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Batman Anonymous Comrade 11/11/2019 (Mon) 04:46:07 No. 2628 [Reply] [Last]
Porky punching lumpens to get his kicks or class traitor who directly and indirectly helpi people?

Also general capeshit thread i guess
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>>11047 >copypasting article by Zizek >effort post
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>>11588 >copy-pasting No I did not actually. Everything in the effort post was written/compiled by me and me alone, I have not read any of Zizek's books or articles, so if any phrases or ideas coincide with his, they are purely coincidental, I made my analytical deductions myself and backed them with quotes from the films and quotes/summaries of famous reviews of said films relating to the subject, with archived links to said articles
>>11593 So you proved my point, Zizek's analysis reached the same conclusions that I did, and in his own words, nowhere did I copy-paste his phrases unless general social terms are somehow 'plagiarism'.
So... opinions on Batwamyn and its catastrophic shitshow?

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Anonymous Comrade 04/30/2020 (Thu) 12:16:52 No. 8997 [Reply] [Last]
Now that the dust has settled, what's your verdict?
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>>10935 The sparrows were based on Protestantism, and Protestantism was probably the closest you'll get to a "progressive" movement for the masses in the middle ages so yes
Funny how its already forgotten for the most part as soon as it ended.
Elvis the Alien did a decent review of why the final season is so bad. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i2R3zKCBAmw
>>11604 Was I the only one reminded of Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, when Jown hid from the ice-dragon's flames behind rocks? That shit looks exactly like that.

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Anonymous Comrade 07/02/2020 (Thu) 09:55:02 No. 11067 [Reply] [Last]
Thoughts on pic related? I'm curious Duplicate thread: >>10875
Edited last time by antious666 on 07/05/2020 (Sun) 03:32:52.
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>>11125 No u brainlet
Ending was shit.
>>11079 Also Sam Esmail is a radlib; his twitter is almost nothing but your stereotypical anti-Trump, electoralist trite.
>>11079 this tbh, you have to look at mr robot as like alternative history. F society = anonymous and their movement = occupy wall street. F society is like what liberals wish lulzsec was
>>11069 thats if you watch the whole show. I choose to watch season 1 only an then cut it off

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Bill Brand Anonymous Comrade 07/02/2020 (Thu) 03:26:37 No. 11054 [Reply] [Last]
Anyone else seen this? It's a TV series about a left-wing labour MP in the 1970s basically becoming disillusioned with Labour's potential for socialist transformation. I think it's pretty good https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x6-JyGTq9Nw https://newsocialist.org.uk/bill-brand-and/
>>11054 I'll try watching it. Thanks

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JoJo's Bizarre Adventure thread? Anonymous Comrade 06/30/2020 (Tue) 20:08:43 No. 11024 [Reply] [Last]
Thoughts on Jojo? It's one of my favorite animes. Besides Jonathan being born as a nobleman and later Joseph getting rich as a businessman, I like how it is so "bizarre" and fantasy like that it doesn't seem to have much of a liberal or even political undertone.
>>11026 man it'd be nice if /a/ actually displayed in the top bar. but yeah op >>11024 make it again in /a/ I'm sure there are least a couple of us here who like JoJo

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recent non western kino Anonymous Comrade 06/30/2020 (Tue) 02:44:50 No. 11003 [Reply] [Last]
got any good recent non western movies for me? you can add latvia or weird european movies, but they better be good

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How did this absolute madman Boots Riley actually pull this off? Anonymous Comrade 06/25/2020 (Thu) 18:49:03 No. 10848 [Reply] [Last]
Boots Riley is a literal MLM ranting on Twitter defending Venezeula and shit like that. Sorry to Bother You had scenes that pointed at imperialism. How did he slip through the cracks, considering the anti-communist character of the American film industry?
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If you pay attention and watch this movie critically, you will notice that it is actually very liberal. The producers of Zero Dark Thirty did not screw up by funding Sorry to Bother You, in fact they were very cunning by making a movie that subverts socialism.
>>10888 >it is actually very liberal how?
>How did he slip through the cracks It's an independent production, i.e. not a 'Hollywood movie'.
>>10888 explain
>>10992 He won't because he's can't without sounding like the nut he most probably is.

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/furry/ Anonymous Comrade 10/23/2019 (Wed) 23:06:18 No. 1220 [Reply] [Last]
Yep, we back at it again.

Thread for n8, furries, furry related stuff, whatup.

I was thinking of reading Beastars, I heard it was pretty good.
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Q: Why is Beastars superior to Zootopia A: It tells a Zootopia-like story but without convoluted race shit. Race discussion is still there - it's just that there's a little more effort put into making it seem believable rather than simply transplanting the real-world equivalent directly without taking a second to realize that sentient animal people would be far more different to each other than humans are. However it is less about race and more about differences between clearly different groups. Predators ad prey aren't a dysfunctional shoe in for blacks and whites, but represent just that predators and prey. A good video that I recommend, about this "animal-race allegory" issue is 'Zootopia, Umasou, and the Failures of Race Allegory' by Jack Saint: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7oR6iET6FVo
>>7860 Based and Dogpilled
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Soviet Union was a world's largest war machine - perhaps the largest of ever existing - and an industrial powerhouse, a nation created by Technocrats for Technocrats; modern Left is a bunch of pretentious, weak, over-emotional kids who rarely worked a day at industrial sector (yeah, struggle for "workers rights") who want stuff for free, coordinated by a bynch of lunatics whose greatest "weapons", unlike the unimaginably large weapon arsenal of Soviets, are covert infiltration into Western governments and Academia. Aleone is a wierd Nazbol furry communist whom I don't really agree with most of the time, but their content is great for creating rightwing/liberal butthurt: https://e621.net/posts/2319563?q=ussr http://archive.vn/eiqJh Anyone want to reactivate an e621 account and spread some pro-soviet propaganda?

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Comrade 08/26/2019 (Mon) 01:13:02 No. 120 [Reply] [Last]
>the episode where Arthur tells off a literal kulak
Was this show secretly redpilled?
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>>10740 yooooooooo wtf based
>>6805 Anyone I don't like.
>>120 post sauce
>>10740 wait, what's that last book supposed to be?

Thoughts on the works of Cormac McCarthy? Anonymous Comrade 06/23/2020 (Tue) 21:45:00 No. 10772 [Reply] [Last]
Extremely talented American writer, more well known to book lovers than the American public tho Dude writes incredibly dark and graphic stories that reach the very heart of human savagery, suffering, evil, and occasionally; their perserverence In looking at the true ugliness and brutality of reality, Cormac takes the strands of darkness to write incredibly beautiful and poetic novels McCarthy's work is like finding a black rose floating atop a river of lava in the heart of hell itself His works include: The Road The Outer Dark Blood Meridian No Country for Old Men All the Pretty Horses Child of God And many more I do not quite know the names of
I read the road, ncfom, and blood meridian. Meridian is the only one I vividly remember however. Really liked the ending to that one. One of my favorite pieces of media.

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