Suzi (5 Jan 2011)
"Cheesy SciFi movie w/ a real message"
I am not recommending
this movie as a 'good movie'...but the really cheesy SciFi movie
"Eyeborgs" is on Netflix, and my daughter started watching it with my
hubby. She and her daddy are into movies I don't like to watch, for
them, the cheesier the better! But this one, my very conservative
Christian 22 yr old told me I should watch.
The movie is rated
"R" for violence, language (only a couple of 'f-bombs'), and some
sexual content. If you can get an edited version, it would be worth
seeing. (it was actually not that bad).
Here is the info from IMDB:
was surprised by how up-to-date the subject matter is. For example, one
of the characters hands over a huge stack of papers bound together,
it's the Bill that was used to pass the law allowing the 'eyeborgs' to
'protect' us...I knew what the line was going to be before it was
"You've read this?"
"More than the ones who passed it!"
*sorry if my quotes are off, but you get my drift*
all about us losing our freedoms, the government lying about it, the
false flags that we KNOW have happened in the past and will happen in
the future. I think if this story had been done by a big name
director/studio, it would be a hit...at least with those on the Right!
of the 'funny' (in the not really laughing way) parts of the movie, was
also where some of the 'sexual' content was. The only place the cameras
were not allowed (making it the perfect place to talk about the
government w/o fear of 'them' hearing), was at an 'Exotic Car Wash'!
So, the guys sit in the car, while girls in t-shirts wash their
windows...sorta silly, but actually, when you think of it....we have
'freedom', we have 'the right to privacy', but, like in this movie,
it's selective. Abortion is a good example of that. The Left allows a
woman to kill her unborn child under the guise of 'right to privacy'.
The movie is cheap, but it presents some really important issues. I'm
going to look into who wrote it, and see if they just thought it was
good Scifi, or if they had some underlying message.
to mention it here. If they'd cut out a bit of the (as my film/theater
student daughter said) fake looking blood, cut out the 2 or 3
'f-words', and not had one make out scene (which is mostly viewed
through the infra-red 'eye' of the camera), it would have easily been
rated PG-13. I guess they hoped it would be more popular with the added
stuff. *insert eye roll here*.
At least someone in Hollywood sees the dangers, or at least is making fun of them.
But honestly, this cheesy movie, could easily be our future...some of it is already our present!