General Discussion: Last film you saw?


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TIMDOT
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posted 4 Oct 2017 02:09, edited 4 Oct 2017 02:09
MLI wrote:
TIMDOT wrote:
MLI wrote: The 'Cong? All you need to know is they're Commies and the enemy
The good thing about history is that it's as simple as you make it. What happened in Russia, Vietnam and Venezuela. All the same thing.

Yep, it was all bad. Communism is anti-human and pure evil wherever you find it.
Just because you can't stretch your imagination to anything other than another system of ownership. It's very simple; wage labour = same mode of production as capitalism = not communist.

rural wrote: Want to watch the original Bladerunner. Which is better Directors cut or Final Cut?
Final cut.
MoB
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4 Oct 2017 07:36
rural wrote: Want to watch the original Bladerunner. Which is better Directors cut or Final Cut?
final
jogon321
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613 posts since 13/4/12

4 Oct 2017 20:32
Final Cut
rural
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17520 posts since 26/9/06

4 Oct 2017 20:33
Final it is. Thanks
discobobulated
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692 posts since 21/4/10

6 Oct 2017 14:51
Blade Runner 2049 is epic & stunning. See big screen defo!
saltz33
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192 posts since 1/10/12

6 Oct 2017 17:22
Totally agree - gotta be seen on the big screen… sound and visuals were amazing
smith
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posted 6 Oct 2017 17:45, edited 6 Oct 2017 17:45
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discobobulated
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692 posts since 21/4/10

6 Oct 2017 17:55
Arranged to go see it with friends on Sunday but couldn't wait. Already looking forward to seeing it again.
selkiefolk
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421 posts since 27/3/13

7 Oct 2017 10:03
Saw it imax last night. Incredible visuals and sound design. Plods at times though, and Jared Leto's performance is a bit Jack Sparrow.
snaye
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posted 7 Oct 2017 12:07, edited 7 Oct 2017 12:07
Watched it last night also. Definitely drags at times felt that as soon as Ford came in the entire film lifted. Class act if you ask me, his performance felt so at ease compared to what i thought was an awkward Gosling film.

Sylvia Hoeks stood out for me.

Great film but not a classic like the first.
Kingmob07
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8946 posts since 11/5/07

7 Oct 2017 22:12
Yeah Hoeks was great. For some reason the Leto scenes really dragged for me. Didn't match the eccentricity of Tyrell from the first film. Did look fantastic though.
smith
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7 Oct 2017 22:59
Dragged. Got bored with it despite the good visuals.
MLI
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posted 8 Oct 2017 06:46, edited 8 Oct 2017 06:46
TIMDOT wrote: [It's very simple; wage labour = same mode of production as capitalism = not communist.

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Speak English motherfucker. What the fuck does this even mean?

Seriously can you explain what you actually mean or what your point is.

All the time you're trying to sound smart but actually you just say meaningless bullshit that sounds smart to idiots.
TIMDOT
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posted 8 Oct 2017 20:21, edited 8 Oct 2017 20:21
Keep believing that one day you'll wear the boot. Keep being a temporarily embarrassed millionaire.
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Blade Runner 2049- Very good, best franchise reboot ever and we definitely need more of those.

Much more minimal visually than the original. Partially because they couldn't design good enough props/ costumes/ sets i.e. can't so don't. The CGI is great though, so much better than in Ghost In The Shell. Hated Leto's character, wrong actor. Where the original falls short in story this one fixes.
oldgregg
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8 Oct 2017 20:57
Alien was epic, only bad thing was leto going full weyland
MLI
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posted 9 Oct 2017 09:41, edited 9 Oct 2017 09:41
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TIMDOT wrote: [It's very simple; wage labour = same mode of production as capitalism = not communist.

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Speak English motherfucker. What the fuck does this even mean?

Seriously can you explain what you actually mean or what your point is?

All the time you're trying to sound smart but actually you just say meaningless bullshit that sounds smart to idiots.
Rez
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9 Oct 2017 12:24
Alright I'll put it in terms you understand Mil.

Currently you are being, and will most likely forever be, cucked by the capitalist class.
TIMDOT
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862 posts since 6/8/14

9 Oct 2017 18:56
Classcucked, if you will.
What's the difference between how society was run in the past (slave society and feudalism) and now? How the economy was organized. A slave society couldn't exist without slaves as commodities. Feudalism couldn't exist without land owners and the serfs tied to the land. These are fixed roles in society. The transition from one society to the other came from unshakable crises.

The fundamental relationship in capitalism is; workers earning less money than what they produce, profit. Look up 'the tendency of the rate of profit to fall.' Capitalism's crisis is it's unsustainability.
Communism would be a completely different way of structuring the economy not based on profit. If you end private property it's no longer a "system of ownership". Stalin's brand of authoritarianism was to keep capitalism's fundamental relationship and to suffocate uprisings against capitalism from spreading.
MoB
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10 Oct 2017 22:59
Saw IT tonight, really liked it.
MLI
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11 Oct 2017 08:03
TIMDOT wrote: What's the difference between how society was run in the past (slave society and feudalism) and now? .

Slaves and serfs couldn't become land or business owners easily? Slaves and serfs couldn't invest their savings and make more money than their bosses? Slaves and serfs didn't have freedom? Slaves and serfs didn't have two cars, a house and a holiday to the Caymans every 12 months? Slaves and serfs didn't wear obscure streetwear and buy a rolex every few years with their merit based bonus? I don't know, I can only think of thousands of differences. What about you?

TIMDOT wrote: How the economy was organized. .

Oh that's all you can think of? I guess you aren't really a thinker?

A slave society couldn't exist without slaves as commodities. Feudalism couldn't exist without land owners and the serfs tied to the land. These are fixed roles in society.

Not anymore.

The transition from one society to the other came from unshakable crises.

There ya go with that student talk you think sounds smart again. What were these "unshakable crises" exactly that forced the transition? Why were they "unshakable"? Do you even know what "unshakable" means? I don't but at least I don't pretend to like you.

The fundamental relationship in capitalism is; workers earning less money than what they produce, profit..
Yep and that profit is the motivator that leads to excellence and progress in society.

Look up 'the tendency of the rate of profit to fall.'

Fuck you、you look it up if it's relevant to your argument, you lazy commie retard.

Capitalism's crisis is it's unsustainability..

Oh yeah but Communism is completely sustainable, it's always worked and been sustained where ever it's been tried. Laughing out loud

Communism would be a completely different way of structuring the economy not based on profit. ..

Okay, but would it be better than capitalism? Why?

If you end private property it's no longer a "system of ownership"..

So? What's your fucking point?

Stalin's brand of authoritarianism was to keep capitalism's fundamental relationship and to suffocate uprisings against capitalism from spreading.

No, there was no capitalism allowed for the masses in Stalin's Soviet Union.

How the fuck did you even graduate from high school?

Did you just bullshit your way through by sounding smart?