I started watching the Lost In Space movie. The family is presented as dysfunctional for two reasons.
1. Dramatic purposes – conflict is the essence of drama and without drama movies are boring.
2. Femistatism – a functional nuclear family is patriarchy.
Notes from the movie Air Force One:
It’s a great movie. Pushes all the buttons and is exciting and well paced. It’s a man fighting the odds to save his family and victory is the only option.
It’s also sickening in the way it illustrates the very worst of what Statism is. Killing and dying so that other people can have power to kill other people.
Notes I scribbled down during the movie:
- The fax machine saves the day.
- All the people in this movie are in love with one of two men.
- “I would turn my back on God for Mother Russia.” And “my own morality” as well.
- “Your father kills in a tuxedo with a telephone and a smart bomb.”
- This movie illustrates the length people will go to in order to make sure other people die for their benefit.
- The fighter pilot who flies in front of a missile to save the president. Giving you life for a politician is a sign you shouldn’t be alive to begin with.
- The “bad guy” is motivated by Statism. He wants Mother Russia to be dominate again. His existence is tied to the existence of the state.
- Should all these resources be devoted to the protection and worship of one man?
- “He has no right to take chances with his life.”
- “No nation can survive the loss of, nor soon replace, a great leader.”
- Seeing the National Security Advisor get shot was wonderful.