midagi melile mcv 6 / apr / 08:55
mcv 6 / apr / 08:55  
ma tean, et sina arvad ka nii.

minut.ee kirjutab:
Lugu siis selline, et Dr. Eric R. Pianka pidas hiljuti kõne Texase Teadusakadeemias, kus ta mõnede allikate andmetel soovitas 90% inimestest õhu kaudu leviva Ebola viirusega ära tappa, kuna nad olevat "planeedile halvad." Saalis viibinud akadeemikud olevat selle peale püsti tõusnud ja aplodeerima kukkunud. Üks kohal olnud tudeng olevat isegi blogi tekitanud, kus ta Dr. Pianka seisukohta tõsimeelselt levitab ja kutsub inimesi üles genotsiidile.

Mõned tunnid hiljem sai Dr. Pianka oma teadustöö eest auhinna.

See lugu tundus kuradi kahtlane. Texasest on ennegi idioote tulnud, aga sellist kollektiivset psühhoosi pole ma enne vähemalt akadeemikute hulgas näinud. Dr. Pianka koduleht tundub üpris ekstsentriline, näiteks on tal seal iseenda surmakuulutuse kavand. Samuti leiab sealt ülalmainitud ettekande kokkuvõtte, kus ta küll väidab end olevat rääkinud võimalusest, et järsku millalgi juhtub nii, et bakterid haaravad kontrolli enda kätte.
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Alari 6 / veebr / 05:42  
Tore,

www.freemoviescinema.com - põmst lingikogu erinevatele täispikkadele filmidele Google Videos, alates teosest Dünyayi kurtaran adam aka The Man Who Saves the World aka Turkish Star Wars:

To say that "Dunyayi Kurtaran Adam" is the greatest movie of all time, is to imply that other movies can reach the sheer genius of this film. You probably understand all the surface quirks of the film. It is a Turkish film. (Being that I have never had the opportunity to enjoy Turkish cinema before, I can only conclude that Turkey is the uncrowned motion picture capital of the world.) It is a sci-fi movie that is filmed on a budget which is so low, that one may consider the term shoe-string budget an insult to the tangible value of shoe-strings. In order to duplicate the visual quality offered in American cinema, the director (Celtin Inanc) literally uses (read: steals) film footage from Star Wars and runs it during the film. Unfortunately, sometimes this effect is mildly confusing (the movie begins with the tie fighter sequence but you cannot really tell if the heroes are supposed to be piloting the X-wing fighters OR the tie fighters) to frighteningly moronic (during the final battle, the visuals of the tie fighter sequence flash, almost subliminally across the screen with no rational reason for its use) You should also keep an open ear of the great bootlegged music (only 17 years before the invention of the MP3) that makes up the films brilliant soundtrack. Music from Star Wars, Flash Gordon, and Indiana Jones are used in this film. The highlights of the movie include the final battle that looks like a "Power Rangers" outtakes reel and fantastic martial arts training sequences that make the lead actors look like a couple of out of shape, drunk children.
(IMDB)

Või näiteks Gayniggers from Outer Space,

kuni täiesti tõsiste ulmeklassikuteni nagu Forbidden Planet (1956, noor Leslie Nielsen mängib seal muide :)
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sTeaLth 6 / veebr / 11:55  
tundub hea