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Bored... Can you guys think of some good liberty related movie to watch?

http://viooz.co/

-You can watch pretty much any movie completely free on this site, no charge, no sign-up, just watch...

I've watched lot of movies on there lately, because it's so darn easy...

So I've ran out of good movies I can think of...

Suggestions?



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Scanner Darkly is a good one...

...actually think I'll watch that tonight.. thanks for the reminder... saw it once, will be good to watch it again... see what new things I can pick up on...

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you really

need to read the book starship troopers.

Definitely need some new ones on the list...

...

PEOPLE OPPOSING TYRANNY - Real Grass Roots!
Are you a POT or a PET - Person Embracing Tyranny?

Atlas Shrugged Alongside

Atlas Shrugged
Alongside Night
V for Vendetta
Fight Club
War Games

Let it not be said that we did nothing.-Ron Paul
Stand up for what you believe in, even if you stand alone.-Sophia Magdalena Scholl

What about all these must player downloads

to watch movies? Are they safe? Is this normal?

"Necessity is the plea for every infringement of human freedom. It is argument of tyrants. It is the creed of slaves." William Pitt in the House of Commons November 18, 1783
"I know major allies who fund them" Gen. Dempsey referring to ISIS

No...

make sure to x-out (click the x) on all pop-ups... and if the video isn't displayed and doesn't play after a few clicks, and x-ing out of the pop-ups, then it won't work... used to never do that, but now a lot of vids don't work..

don't download anything...

the site usually works and you can just play the movie right off the site for free, even movies that just come out in theatres, but don't download anything, and make sure to x-out/click x on all the pop-ups...

If a video is giving you trouble, not playing, and keeps giving you pop-ups everytime you click, then after 2 or 3 tries, it probably wont work...

The site gets a lot of traffic on weekends and I notice some vids won't work when there is a lot of traffic...

PEOPLE OPPOSING TYRANNY - Real Grass Roots!
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Born Free

Watch this.

thanks...

..bumped your thread too ;)

PEOPLE OPPOSING TYRANNY - Real Grass Roots!
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Children of Men

Children of Men

beephree

No Man's Land


http://youtu.be/YL8IF6431n4

When we try to pick out anything by itself, we find it hitched to everything else in the Universe.
~ John Muir

Brotherhood of the Bell

Old movie but great. It makes me think of the elected fools or those in the media that think they got where they are because of their great talents or intellect.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dkyfkqClECU

THE ISLAND

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zIfVwTGAJBM

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Dune, the desert planet

One of the best sci-fi liberty movies ever!
http://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=dune+father+the+sleeper+...

Well, personally,

I don't think the movie did justice to the book. But I'd agree as to the book, that Dune is one of the best stories ever (regardless of genre). Did you read it?

When we try to pick out anything by itself, we find it hitched to everything else in the Universe.
~ John Muir

I've seen the movie.....

But never read the book. I too have heard the book to be much better.

What is the thing about 'spice' in the book that the movie is [intentionally?] missing? John Anthony Hill sez there is great spiritual significants going on, some how related to the spice scenes.

Because: Some animals are more equal than other animals. -Animal Farm-

What the? > http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6MTIwY3_-ks

Interesting, about the spice. Time for a re-read.

I don't believe I made it to the end of the movie, I thought it was so bad. (Like really bad.) Worse, there are otherworldly things that Frank Herbert created that you can only hazily imagine in your mind, but you *do* imagine them - likely everyone having a different sort of "visual." I appreciate attempts to create something to have for the screen, but that one person's idea of what things looked like sure as heck wasn't what I'd imagined, and unfortunately, I then had *his* pictures in my mind instead of my own. That's besides the point that so-o much was left out.

I read it years ago when I was 18 - instantly my favorite book of all time. (I think I read it again, but still ages ago. And in all these years it never went down any pegs (although I'd have to say it became tied with Herman Hess' Magister Ludi, or The Glass Bead Game for "absolute favorite"). Since that time I've read all sorts of things on how it's allegorical and all. When I read it, I didn't pick up on any of that - although, re the spiritual aspect of the book, there *are* certain times that I'll think of something and "somehow" I'll be reminded of Dune. Yeah, time for a re-read! And, now, with an eye towards what spice might have been a metaphor of. Really, I do think Frank Herbert was... how to put it... "inspired" to write it (spirit is at the root of the word), inspired in a way that he was not for the sequels. Well, who knows how that works!

Thanks for getting me inspired to take another look. :)

When we try to pick out anything by itself, we find it hitched to everything else in the Universe.
~ John Muir

The Last Enemy

The Last Enemy (2008) starring Benedict Cumberbatch

I really liked this and way to true. Here is a clip...enjoy.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=67uoeBHw31A

'A Boy and his Dog'

...post-apocalyptic desert world, and a weird "Kafka-esque" elitist underground... starring Don Johnson when he was just a kid, he is on a quest to find a female to mate with, and with the help of his talking dog, he may stand a chance...

Interesting movie... definitely set the tone for future post-apocalypse movies, and way ahead of it's time... 1970s I think... I definitely recommend it.

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watch it here:


http://youtu.be/SIi03IpVfpg

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Nice I was just trying to get the viooz link.. That's better tho

but here's viooz anyway...

http://viooz.co/movies/8993-a-boy-and-his-dog-1975.html

PEOPLE OPPOSING TYRANNY - Real Grass Roots!
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I've never seen it, I don't think...

watching now from the 15 minute mark and yes, it's classic good film-making. Beautiful. Sorry to step on your foot via comment-editing protocol. This is great. Did I read the book or did I just hear of it? Either way I'm glad to see this.

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So, did you watch the whole thing? Bit of a twist ending....

Yeah, no worries I don't know how to embed the actual movie right in the comment, I can only copy the link so it's better anyway...

There is a book it was based on...

PEOPLE OPPOSING TYRANNY - Real Grass Roots!
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It's a short story, not a book

Harlan Ellison wrote it, and a fine story it is, with a creepy, satisfying ending that I still remember, thirty years after I read it. The movie I hardly remember at all, though I know I saw it. You can download the story here.

Recommended reading: The Most Dangerous Superstition, http://www.amazon.com/Most-Dangerous-Superstition-Larken-Ros...

From India: Lagaan

Lagaan: Once Upon A Time In India is an incredible freedom-loving movie, from socialist India, of all places. It's about a tax protest . . . and it's a sports movie, a love story, a plea for tolerance . . . and a musical! (The music is Indian, but accessible to Western ears.)

Also, it's a fascinating look at British colonialism, from the viewpoint of the folks being colonized. Quite different from the sort of experience colonial Americans had -- most of them were of British extraction themselves, after all.

Brace yourself, though, because it's well over three hours long. Quality is top-notch; it won India's version of "Best Picture of the Year." Most of the movie is subtitled, with some English dialogue. Highly recommended -- it's a fun, feel-good movie with a great message.

Recommended reading: The Most Dangerous Superstition, http://www.amazon.com/Most-Dangerous-Superstition-Larken-Ros...

One of my favorite threads!

I used to not watch a lot of movies, but I kind of got into it after watching several of the recommendations in this thread.

Keep 'em coming!

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I may have accidentally revived this thread

Searching for a movie.

I settled on 1776.

Séamusín

GREAT FLICK

Hope you enjoyed it as much as I did.
"1776, the Musical".

"Beyond the blackened skyline, beyond the smoky rain, dreams never turned to ashes up until.........
...Everything CHANGED !!

Shenandoah... an oldie but if

Shenandoah... an oldie but if you want to resurrect the notion of independence and freedom... it still rings true for me anyway.

You're a painter, dammit! Paint!!!

The soundtrack sucks, but the film is very good. Please watch Pollock:


http://youtu.be/z0xiovbDML0

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