‘The Man Who Fell To Earth’ is typical 60’s and 70’s garbage

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"‘The Man Who Fell To Earth’ is typical 60’s and 70’s garbage"
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This 1976 film is incoherent and choppily edited, full of 1970’s tripe. The scenes go on and on and then arenseemingly randomly spliced together. It is obsessed with naked bodies (especially Bowie’s) trying to shock the audience. It is pretentious- an artsy film where no one acts rationally. This throws you off and is why David Mamet said this about screenwriting : any good story should have a beginning a middle and an end. (this is why french movies are trash) Artsy movies like this Bowie -fest are purely ego driven- let me photograph a flower and I will force you to watch the image for way too long.

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I'm a Boomer diehard Republican. I voted Bush but have recently discovered he was a globalist and am pretty disgusted with the things Romney and McCain have said since Trump. I love Dennis Prager and Jews, but am so sick and tired of black people being shoved into everything. Especially period pieces because I'm a big history buff. Having said that, even though I am normally disgusted with all the LGBT agenda, I've recently fallen in love with shows like "Versailles." I think it's because the show is largely historically accurate, and you don't sense an out of place gay agenda. If all Hollywood films were like that, I wouldn't mind. Here are my political compass test results.