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The Dark Rise of the Knight

Posted by Ştefan Alexandrescu on August 27, 2012

Two teachers discuss one with the other:

– Yesterday, I taught my dog to play chess

– Really? I knew the dog is one of the most intelligent animals, but I didn’t think you could teach him such a thing. What does he know until now?

– Nothing actually. I said taught him, I didn’t say he learned.

Probably there is no big surprise for anyone that Christopher Nolan’s new film has rapidly enter top box office [en, php] and Top 250 iMDB [en, php]. There almost seems to be a groove for “dark films”, because they are the “new cool”. The darker, the better.

It’s really hard to judge such a great film for the standard of its qualities: if I admit the film is great, then most will interpret that as a “green light” to go and savour it. But not all great films are meant to be seen, such as not all great songs are meant to be sang.

The prior “Dark Knight” already had some very clear elements of misleading the spectator into believing the milk is black: Batman assumes the fault for Harvey “Two Faces” Dent, to keep the clean image of the public hero; Batman uses intimacy-invasive hi-tech for tracing the enemy. Wouldn’t Obama just love such a figure, which can take the blame for up-scaling the post-Bush war machine?

As if this wasn’t enough, the 7th real life action film of the Batman saga “teaches” us (or, at least, tries to) some very interesting stuff:

  • those imprisoned for life without any rights are confirmed as bad guys by the fact that they all gang up against population, when being freed;

  • Jim Gordon telling the truth, as a police officer, is wrong;

  • Imprisoning people for an abusive decree is wrong, but it’s OK for the ones who did it to go unpunished and without repenting;

  • Batman’s old friends, even though don’t agree with his actions, are more than eager to help him;

  • childrens watching a nuclear bomb detonated just a few kilometers away doesn’t harm their eyes;

  • an atomic bomb being detonated a few kilometers away from the shore does not pose any real problems: It won’t come as a surprise in the next “Batman” we’ll see happy fishers on the shore (Fukushima, anyone?);

  • when you don’t fear death anymore, a mortal jump is OK;

  • In the end, the “good guy” can fly away with a “bad girl”;

  • It seems that nobody told Anne Hathaway that “based on comics” doesn’t mean she’s in a silly comedy – she keeps acting like she’s in one;

  • hope doesn’t come from God, it comes from Batman;

  • faith is broken when Batman is beaten;

  • salute the fire to rise… (maybe soon also off the screens?);

  • starting a new life might become impossible in a “peace time” when all the uncomfortable people are locked in and the key is thrown away;

    • In the movies, the “terrorists” are always scarier than in reality. Bane looks like he could eat Osama bin Laden on toast for the breakfast – by the way, has someone asked the question “how does Bane eat?”

  • if you are aware of all these things, than it’s still OK to enjoy the spectacle of violence.

And on, and on. What wonderful things for your children to learn, isn’t it? The bad news is that in the real life, terrorists are never “blown away” by comics heroes, but they have their phantoms chased

Christopher Nolan proves to be not only one of the best film directors at Hollywood, but also one of the most devious ones. Don’t get fooled by what you see on the big screen. There’s a war on your mind, and that of your children’s. When the Dark Knight rises, your offspring fall.

Making a very good movie is making nowadays critics to shut up.

My rating: 8/10.

The promo text from Warner Bros.: “Warner Bros. Pictures’ and Legendary Pictures’ “The Dark Knight Rises” is the epic conclusion to filmmaker Christopher Nolan’s Batman trilogy. Leading an all-star international cast, Oscar(R) winner Christian Bale (“The Fighter”) again plays the dual role of Bruce Wayne/Batman. The film also stars Anne Hathaway, as Selina Kyle; Tom Hardy, as Bane; Oscar(R) winner Marion Cotillard (“La Vie en Rose”), as Miranda Tate; and Joseph Gordon-Levitt, as John Blake. Returning to the main cast, Oscar(R) winner Michael Caine (“The Cider House Rules”) plays Alfred; Gary Oldman is Commissioner Gordon; and Oscar(R) winner Morgan Freeman (“Million Dollar Baby”) reprises the role of Lucius Fox.”


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American Interventionism in 15 Minutes

Posted by Ştefan Alexandrescu on March 14, 2012

Michel Collon about the intervention in Libya and the “media-lies” of the western world on the occidental nations. LIBYA: REAL Journalist tells the Truth about western Agression (francais,english sub, March 2011)

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Camp FEMA (2009)

Posted by Ştefan Alexandrescu on October 10, 2011

Another great documentary from director William Lewis (or how to turn a low-budget documentary into a historical eye-opener), this is a film to watch in order to understand the times which will come (especially in case you still had any remaining dreams or wishful thinking about US). 

In case you didn’t know, Bush jr and Obama have managed the creation of a network of huge concentration and labor camps all around US, thousands of them , each of them having the capacity of retaining thousands of prisoners. This grid, perfectly similar to the German concentration camps, is waiting to be populated with American citizens and generally speaking anyone who is imprudent enough to be suspected of acts against government.

FEMA is a national agency, military ran, which has the authority of declaring law enforcements actions of soldiers against citizens for pretexts of crowd “control”, betting on the fact there will be a social rise against the economic crisis, for detaining everyone and anyone.

This is actually associated with the massive surveillance grid, which in reality has the purpose of domestically spying their own citiyens for alleged acts of terorism. The law, structure, military and techonology now exists to create what Steven Speilberg’s brilliant anticipation foresaw in “Minority Report”

Seems familiar?

My rating: 8 / 10 (Masterpiece)

See also extended trailer:

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Posted by Ştefan Alexandrescu on October 2, 2011

One of the most stagerring parables I have seen in awhile. Nominated for the Oscar at the Foreign film category in 2011, the greek production Kynodontas has received the award Un certain Regard (Cannes, 2009); The Best Director award at the Dublin International Film Festival (2010), at Montréal Festival of New Cinema (2009), the special Jury Prize at the Sarajevo film Festival (2009) and the Bronze Horse at the Stockholm Film Festival (2009).

The premises are quite innovative. This is a film like you haven’t seen many. The head of a family conspires with his wife to keep their kids inside their garden, never leaving… the premises. They have never been outside their place. They don’t know anything about foreign world, but only through the mediation of their father. All the things which he says are considered true.

A fierce satire on totalitarism, I would even consider a good. metaphor for the current American society. The film never makes clear wether there is a character study to the story, an exploration of the absurd, or a parable. The structure makes sense as either of them.

I don’t know it you will like it or not, but certainly it will shock you. Understand it and wonder about its subtleness. And share it! Watch it with friends who like to talk afterwards. After a few minutes of silence, you will start to get a new grip on a lot of realities. Chill down. It’s only a story. The reality is much scarier. It’s only that we have learned to look aside.

My rating: 7 / 10 (great film)

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Top 10 Best Documentaries on the 9/11 history falsification

Posted by Ştefan Alexandrescu on September 11, 2011

“September Clues – No Planes Theory” (2008) is absolutely the best documentary on what did NOT happen on 9/11. I know, I know, every person has the right to live in ignorance and it is imporantant to respect the wishes and preferences of everyone. But this film absolutely makes clear in many obvious way that if you still believe there were Arabian terrorists who attacked the World Trade Center towers, then you are plane (sic!) fucking stupid! (pun intended)

Enjoy watching it – it’s the least you can do to deal with the horrifying tuth it presents.

My rating: 10 / 10  (one of the most important eye-openers ever made in human history)

1. September Clues – No Planes Theory (2008) FULL MOVIE

OTHER great documentaries about 9/11:

2. 9/11 in Plane Sight trailer

9/11 in PLane Sight Director’s Cut FULL MOVIE

3. Loose Change trailer


4. 9 / 11 Ripple Effect 1 of 9 (just go from clip to clip to see the full movie)

5. Fabled Enemiesread my entry on this blog about it

6. The 9/11 Chronicles: Part I. Truth Rising (first 3 minutes are only the “entry”) FULL MOVIE

7. Terrorstorm – A History of Government Sponsored Terrorism

8. 9/11: The Unofficial Story (2009)

9. 9/11 Coincidences  (although a presentation, not a documentary)

10. The Al-Quaeda Files Part 3: The Man Who Knew – Frontline PBS season 21, episode 3 (aired October 3, 2002)

See the documentary here.

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Iraq for sale: The War Profiteers (2006)

Posted by Ştefan Alexandrescu on July 12, 2011

Director Robert Greenwald and Brave New Films stand behind a great series of documentaries produced on actual and relevant issues.

This is the best documentary on the war in Iraq released until now and the best documentary on any war that I have ever seen in my life. I have seen a lot of documentaries about US’ wars over energy resources (especially Iraq, Afghanistan – sure hope to see soon something about Lybia) and I have read some very good books on the war in Iraq, but this tops it all.

From A to Z, you will understand why the 2nd invasion of Iraq marks not only a new kind of warfare, but also a new kind of combatant in a war: it is the first time in the known history of mankind when a Government hired a private army to colonize a country. The film depicts the horrible mockery that this whole business has been to the state of Iraq, to the American soldiers and to the tax payers. Who benefits the most out a war which has no chance of ending in our lifetimes?

How do these companies waige war against another country without suffering any consequences for their actions?

What does this new kind of war means to the world?

How is the US Army killing and making sick its own soldiers for the profit of a few?

How are the contracts assigned and what is the importance of lobby and connections?

This documentary brings into light absolotely scandalous information, at first hand and gives us a full range perspective on the implications, mechanisms and characteristics of this war.

If you would only have one documentary to choose to understand the topic of Iraq war, this is the one. A definitely must see.

Warning! While it does not depict any visual violence, the greed depicted might make you sick!

My rating: 9 / 10 ( A perfect documentary)

Film trailers

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7/7 Ripple Effect

Posted by Ştefan Alexandrescu on June 25, 2011

This is the documentary to see in order to understand how the British people got manipulated by the British government to sustain with more troops the US plan to transform Iraq into a colony.

It extensively treats the subject of the “terrorist attacks” framing delivered to the media and it proves how it was actually IMPOSSIBLE for the so-called “terrorists” to be the independent authors of the bomb attack. It is great to see such an effective documentary, which accomplishes in only one hour to be so to the point and to bring so many proofs.

This is one of the most compressed, well documented proofs of state-organized terrorism ever done and it is the only one I have seen until now about the events in UK (of course, there are many more). I consider it, in quality close to the hystorical documentary “911 in Plane Site”.

I copied this from the description of the film on youtube:

“The European Union has arrested a British man for the crime of sending a DVD to a judge. Anthony John Hill of Sheffield was arrested at his home in Carrick Street, Kells, on the foot of a European Arrest Warrant, according to the Irish Times. UK authorities claim Hill perverted the course of justice in a case related to the July 7, 2005 bomb attacks in London.

British authorities claim copies of the DVD were sent, in packaging with Irish postal marks, between September 2007 and December 2007 to five relatives of people who had been killed during the bombing. In addition, copies were sent to a judge and jury foreman in the case.

I sent it. I believe those men to be innocent, Hill told police when he was arrested and asked about the DVD. Sgt Seán Fallon told the Irish Times that a friend of Hills made copies on his home computer. Irish Gardaí took possession of the computer.

For the crime of sending the DVD, Anthony John Hill was remanded in custody and awaits a hearing on February 18th.

7/7 Ripple Effect posits that British and Israel intelligence are responsible for the attacks. The video, produced by MuadDib — the name of a fictional character in the Frank Herbert novel Dune — appeared on the JforJustice website on November 5, 2007. According to J7: The July 7th Truth Campaign, MuadDib believes he is the messiah and demands that he be acknowledged as the Rightful British-Israel King.

J7 claims MuadDib sent unsolicited copies of the video to 7/7 victim families.”

My vote: 8 / 10. (Masterpiece).



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