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 No.7829[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

What are some classic cute yuri animu to watch??
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 No.8715

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 No.8716

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resident evil
nsfw
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 No.8717

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aged-up pokemon >>8189 >>8192 >>8674 >>8681

zatanna zatara/black canary

han juri/jill valentine
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 No.8719

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aged-up ino/tenten
nsfw

tifa/yuna >>8238 >>8239
nsfw

mortal kombat >>8691
nsfw
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 No.8720

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nami/nico >>8235 >>8679

2b >>8225 >>8244 >>8248 >>8668

shiranui mai >>8230


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 No.5801[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

Hello, the most recent movie threads have seemed a bit unfocused, this thread is for the discussion of movies we just watched and other anon's takes on them. So, without further ado I'll begin.

I just watched Parasite last night, it was pretty good I think, but not as cutting edge or witty as I was expecting. I thought it was a bit unfocused and threw a lot at the wall to see what stuck, but on the other hand, it was fun and more interesting than most. A solid 8/10.

I do an IMDB rating for each film I watch, for my own reference mostly, but you can see each film I watched lately and my rating if you're curious or want to ask about them. If other anons have something similar feel free to post.

https://www.imdb.com/user/ur46013471/ratings
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 No.6128

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>>6125
I think I've seen all 3 of them before but I only vaguely remember 2.

Fog of War is good although McNamara is still sketchy as hell like a typical American by avoiding talking about his work in the World Bank, and flat out lying through his teeth concerning the Gulf of Tonkin incident (seriously I didn't buy a single word of what he said during that segment; he's had decades to rehearse a plausible explanation that makes him look better).

As for Rohwedder I actually think the West Germany inside-job conspiracy makes the most sense. The RAF had already been arrested/destroyed and lost all their members as admitted by the West German counter-terrorist officials. They didn't have the capability or resources to kill Rohwedder. The ex-RAF members themselves noted that the message left at the scene was somewhat incoherent/strange and didn't make sense.

The ex-Stasi are smart so they would have known killing one person wouldn't have stopped Treuhand. Add in the fact that the West Germany police didn't respond to requests from Rohwedder's wife for additional security measures makes it seem that he was selected to be a scapegoat from the beginning. The protestors in East Germany were getting increasingly agitated and creating a martyr out of Rohwedder did stop the protests.

False flag killings in order to destroy populist movements have been carried out before. I think the most recent suspicious murder has been that of Jo Cox, a pro-EU Labour MP who was assassinated right before the Brexit vote, which, in my view, was done in the hopes of creating a scenario where the Remain side would win out of sympathy due to tight polls leading up to that referendum.
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 No.6129

>>6128
>McNamara is still sketchy as hell like a typical American by avoiding talking about his work in the World Bank, and flat out lying through his teeth concerning the Gulf of Tonkin incident
I didn't really care for that segment either. He seemed really antsy when discussing Vietnam in general, and flat out refused to answer some of Errol Morris' questions. I was more interested in McNamera's time during WW2 w/ Curtis LeMay re: Firebombing of Tokyo, etc.
>As for Rohwedder I actually think the West Germany inside-job conspiracy makes the most sense.
The docuseries actually sorta touches on this with the suspicious death of Wolfgang Grams! Evidence of his hair was allegedly found at the crime scene, but this wasn't confirmed until many years after his apparent suicide at Bad Kleinen station. Mention of a West German 'deep state' apparatus was actually uttered at one point.
>The ex-RAF members themselves noted that the message left at the scene was somewhat incoherent/strange and didn't make sense.
What ex-RAF members they interviewed would disagree that it was incoherent. The letter's analysis of Rohwedder was lucid, but never indicated a motive for anything beyond the assassination itself. Which is what raised questions on the legitimacy or capabilities of the so-called 'third generation' RAF to begin with.
>The protestors in East Germany were getting increasingly agitated and creating a martyr out of Rohwedder did stop the protests.
Yeah, it's kind of a shame such a movement died with Rohwedder. If it's any consolation, the docuseries has high quality footage of the protests in question, as well as archival footage of life in the GDR. It dropped onto Netflix in late 2020; not many people have watched it yet afaik.
>False flag killings in order to destroy populist movements have been carried out before.
I'm an American who lives in the Midwest, so when it comes to 'false flag killings' I immediately think of the numerous apparent suicides of BLM organizers in St Louis, or the more recent police killing of Winston Boogie Smith in Minneapolis.
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 No.6130

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I'm not sure I get why people heap praise on this movie. I mean I love Denis and what he did with Arrival, Prisoners, BR2049, etc., so I expected to like this. And like it a lot since it's one of his most highly reviewed films. And I was really enjoying the film and how it intercut between the daughter's POV and the mother's POV for the first 3/4th of it. But damn did the twist that everyone says is so mind blowing and great just fall flat for me and really kind of put me off. I mean maybe it's because I had just seen Chinatown and that plot point didn't feel as fresh to me but it felt kind of contrived.

Anyone else seen this film and get a similiar feel?
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 No.8707

bump
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 No.8709

Watched enough of "Ghostbusters: Afterlife" to say that I saw it.

How much you like the movie depends on how much you liked the GB franchise / early-mid 80s cinema in general.

Seeing the original gang back, albeit briefly, was nice. Ghost Egon was nice and very sentimental. I'm an old person so it would've been nice to have seen a bit more of the OG cast. Kids always act like snarky adults in the movies and, no offense, but I never remember any of my friends or myself acting like that.

The mid-credits scene w Murray & Weaver was a bit stupid, though. Mid- & Post-credits scenes ought to add something / hint at what could be.


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 No.5680[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

Seeing how there’s multiple /co/ related threads on the board. I think we should just put all of them into one general just for clarity’s sake.

Discuss anything related to comics and animations from comic recs, leftist animations to comic writers’ attempts to larp as leftists.

Seriously is there a worse anarchist in the UK than Alan Moore?
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 No.5797

>>13369
>ur doamine burned
&ltused by the "muh /v/" fag
Ironic
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 No.5798

>>13366
You sure use that boogeyman a lot.
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 No.5799

>>13366
>implying /v/ even know who bendis is
Dumb.
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 No.8699[Reply]

Alhambulillah. Is the populace finally awakening to the superiority of piracy?
https://www.theverge.com/2022/4/19/23032399/netflix-lost-subscribers-q1-2022-earnings
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 No.8701

>>8699
Streaming companies are making the exact same mistakes major cable companies made: To much saturation in the market with to many options and all behind a massive expensive walled garden of price.

So yeah, people are turning to piracy.
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 No.8702

>>8701
kek sometimes i forget how retarded porkies can be
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 No.8703

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>>8702
Well, its not entirely that. Its note so that in their myopic race for profits they fail to realize the bigger picture and thus you end up with everyone of them competition with one another and that's how you get to the point where its thousands of dollars just to watch the things you want lol
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 No.8704

>>8703
Wow, I haven’t seen E-Rotic referenced in years.


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 No.8583[Reply]

>No doom thread
Pathetic.
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 No.8651

I still can't find anyone to play doom with :(
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 No.8690

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bumping my map from last summer but whatever, it's had a couple of minor updates
geoddo.itch.io/outerlogistics
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 No.8694

>>8690
i'll try it out, i hope it works with the brutaldoom mod
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 No.8697

>>8609
I remember when they would have demos of games that you could play on computers at stores. This was one of them. The 6 degrees of freedom was so nauseating that I had to turn away from the screen for a moment.
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 No.8698

Doom 3 never got the respect that it deserved. Awesome engine and they tried to put an actual story into the Doom IP other than "Run around and shoot shit." Got toasted by the Half-Life 2 fanbois and the "OMG! Gravity gun! Gravity gun! Did you just see that?! Gravity gun!!!" hysteria.

Kind of ironic that the Doom IP is now more popular with the kiddies these days than Half-Life (although Alyx closed the gap slightly for a bit). Of course, when you find out that you've cornered the market on digital distribution for over a decade before the first credible competitors show up, who gives a crap when HL2 : Episode 3 comes out, amirite?


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 No.7636[Reply]

Noticed a lot people talking about Tolkien’s works and philosophy. So, I created a thread specifically dedicated for that and other things related to it, like the movies and games.
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 No.7696

>>7693
Yeah that would be cool. My concern is that it just looks like every generic anime made today.

I actually wouldn't mind a 2D animated movie that looks like a smoother version of the old Rankin-Bass movies, where it has that kind of weird, old-school fairy tale look, but they don't really make them like that anymore.
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 No.7697

>>7696
>it just looks like every generic anime
Wait, have they released concept art/trailers?
>a 2D animated movie that looks like a smoother version of the old Rankin-Bass movies
Yeah that's not happening. I knew a dude on DA who was part of a reboot for Flight of Dragons but it got cancelled with only some refurbished concept art he had posted on his account left.
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 No.7698

>>7697
Nothing released yet, it's just what I'm worried about
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 No.8677

Tolkien was a Steinerite


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 No.7828[Reply]

Let's go. I'm reading the one piece manga. I'm also reading berserk. Just made it to chapter 100. Manga is superior to anime, tbh.
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 No.8665

>>8664
I will… eventually
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 No.8669

the reason you say manga are better than anime is because they can hit you with a powerful sensory-emotional overload, and anime don't do that, they are traditional media in the relation to the audience. It's bad for your health and intellect. You become easily addicted and it's also a more solipsistic activity that also can lead to the development of an ill fetishist relation to the physical book object.
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 No.8671

>>8669
Every one has something they use to cope with this shitty world under capitalism. Some people do heroin "I like to read high fantasy manga. I think it';s a bit cynical to simply discount these works as "Addictive" as if there is nothing to learn, no information to garner of value, nothing of worth.

I find that far to cynical of an outlook.
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 No.8672

>>8671
>as if there is nothing to learn, no information to garner of value, nothing of worth.
I didn't say that.
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 No.8673

>>8672
That 2as the implication I was kind of drawing from what you said. If you didn't mean that sorry, but, Still anon.


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 No.1054[Reply]

What are musics that are not commie but capture the essence of being commie?
I think the OG Terminator theme counts
https://youtu.be/gTgRWko3KyU
Really all the T1 music is hardcore futuristic cyberpunk apoca-punk commie bass themes based
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 No.1061

>>12074
retarded nigger
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 No.7824

>>1054
Maybe Machine Girl is commie music, but at least not inherently.

BECAUSE I'M YOUNG AND ARROGANT AND I HATE EVERYTHING YOU STAND FOR is a great song.
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 No.7825

>>1059
totally agree. this was one of the few larpy indulgences i enjoyed while working as a welder in heavy industry, real cog in the machine vibes
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 No.7826

A lot of Bad religion or Nine inch nails makes me feel commie, lol. Radiohead, etc etc
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 No.7827

Meshuggah


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 No.5[Reply]

Post what you're currently listening to
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 No.2605

fuck you, your site and your userbase
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 No.2627

meow.
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 No.7823

>>1178
based


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 No.7817[Reply]

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oLxYklZAnBs

How much power do you think entertainment has?

This video kinda got me thinking about Socialist Realism, Like sure the vid is teensy bit radlibby and silly in its conclusions in some places but whatever
I just am puzzled by how could socialist realism be a successful campaign in any aspect, I mean sure the projects under it, even those critiquing it are incredibly influential as opposed to the stuff made under capitalist realism

But I propose that is a matter of time, The earlier in time you exist, the more stuff you do is noteworthy
Anyways, I think even with socialist realism, The soviet union fell, Clearly it doesn't help prop up the system as the dangers to socialism exists in the real world in the form of opportunists and imperialists

My question is what level of censorship helps and what level doesn't?
Are all these anti-capitalist movies made under capitalism actually amount to any actual change?

If not,
Should a socialist society operate the same way?
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 No.7818

>>7817
>Like sure the vid is teensy bit radlibby and silly in its conclusions
thanks for the warning and sparing me that.

Socialist realism was just what most proles and peasants in the Soviet Union wanted to see during that time. Since the proletariat and the peasantry was the patron of the arts, that's what artists produced. In capitalism artists have to produce what people with money want. If you want creative freedom as an artist you have to do it as a hobby. We'll make sure people have enough leisure time to do that.

For entertainment we'll do healthy mental states vs unhealthy mental states. We stick people in a machine that looks at their brain while they consoom entertainment. And then try to support what ever entertainment correlates with the mental states that correlates with good brain health. Basically we are going with neurology over psychology because that has more objective data. Ideologically socialist media is what ever doesn't melt your brain. Because i think that ruling classes try to cause brain damage to the population as a way to make people cognitively impaired enough to be lorded over and screwed out of the wealth they produce.

Censorship was not very effective. I think the most effective tool for shaping the entertainment information sphere was just making sure that there is much more of the stuff you want people to see, so that statistically, people see more of the "correct information". The Soviets banned certain entertainment and in a weird turn of events that was like a stamp of approval that made that media very desirable and also politically credible.

I think we have to make sure that people who create the information that goes in the brain of people have similar life experiences than their audiences. The reason mainstream media has become so unbearably cringe is because people in that system live in a completely different world, and they have nothing in common with the masses.

In order to produce ideological stability i think socialism has to do something that allows people to track where economic surplus and resources are spend, and it has to be very accessible for normal people, basically the complete opposite of the incomprehensible stuff what wall-street does, that even baffles many so called expert economists. I think Socialism does transparent economy anPost too long. Click here to view the full text.
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 No.7819

>>7818
That's a good idea you said about a more transparent economy under socialism

>The Soviets banned certain entertainment and in a weird turn of events that was like a stamp of approval that made that media very desirable and also politically credible.


Very true, Like a troll, Ignoring is the first and best way to curb it, If something anti-socialist does get popular than idk what to do after that tho

>Socialist realism was just what most proles and peasants in the Soviet Union wanted to see during that time

Do you think the popular support of it ever fell out? Was it co-related with people's faith in the direction the government was going in?

>thanks for the warning and sparing me that.

It's not really that bad, It's mostly just talking about Tarkovsky's Stalker and film theory along with socialist and capitalist realism, one of the moments she kind of paints Stalin as an authoritarian who only wanted power kinda thing which is why I called it little radlib-y

I don't know who this Tarkovsky's guy really is but he came off kinda anti-communist in this vid
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 No.7820

The insistence on prioritizing Socialist Realism at the expense of based prolekult is what caused Mayakovsky (based OP of the porky meme) to an hero. Terrible mistake. USSR could have dominated the art world as the home of the avantgarde but they chose to bet on promoting themselves as boring and lame instead. This is ur brain on demcent.
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 No.7821

>>7820
what's demcent

>Mayakovsky

This guy sounds interesting, Russian Futurist and whatnot and the rocky relationship with the government
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 No.7822

>>7821
>what's demcent
it might mean democratic centralism, not sure tho


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