Mr. Robot #203

He’s gone. He’s gone. He’s gone.

At this point, I’m still confused and a lot of questions have been asked without any real answers. And still no Tyrell, which despite him being the villain, is a little sad for me.

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Mr. Robot #201 And #202

mr robot hello againIt’s here! My favorite show currently on TV is back with its second season and I can’t be more excited to watch Rami Malek every week and I’m super thrilled to see where this show will take us this season!

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fsociety for President

fsociety for president gamesThough mentioned in passing, the spoilers are present.

Since the very beginning, we as people, start playing games. First because of our parents, who guide us to learn through games, like books that make animal noises and organized play dates with other kids so we would learn to play with each other. As we grow up, we discover new games, more ways to expand our minds, to develop our brains through the fun of playing and the games never stop. When our mind has understood which shape goes with which hole, or when we are too aware that a stick is no longer a sword, we turn to bigger games, to more advanced ways to play. Then we are encouraged by others, to play a game of sports or to act on a stage. At some point we will also be manipulated to play by corporations, who force us towards video games and slot machines, and by peer pressure, which pushes us to play dangerously with our lives, or makes us play the game of pretending instead of being who we really are. But what if the games we play finally catch up with us? What if the games turn into reality? And what if, at some point, when we don’t even realize it, we stop playing the game, and the game starts playing with us?

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fsociety is Taking Over

mr robot rami malik 2mr robot rami malikThere is an itsy-bitsy-spoiler, dear readers!

Delusional sophistication that is making fun of hashtags, the need to be constantly online and connected, not to mention drinking Starbucks’ vanilla lattes for their logo not its contents. Hyper-addictive, mind altering and simply fantastic visually, verbally and more importantly, ideally, Mr. Robot is pushing us to think past what we’re used to and forcing us to think twice about society itself. Whether the view is a tad bit extreme, and whether the ideas are shown through drug use, insomnia, social isolation and with a hint schizophrenia, where the people Elliot Alderson talks to are the viewers themselves, doesn’t matter – the question is how far are we going to let society evolve into a mass production before we say fuck society!

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Ask Me Anything (2014)

ask me anythingThough you didn’t ask for spoilers, you’re getting them.

Recently I’ve realized that my favorite kind of reviews to write are for those little known indie movies that are sort of good but not great. These movies fall a little bit short because they don’t have that something special but they’re not bad either. In other words, Ask Me Anything is not ground breaking or anything but there’s still things I want to say about this movie.

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