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September 18, 2012

My first and last film review.

Filed under: Uncategorized — trugreen1 @ 12:57 am

Stanley Kubrick’s Eyes Wide Shut

Tom Cruise was weird on that Letterman (I think) show in which he walked on the couch and laughed way too enthusiastically at the smallest hint of humour by his host. Could have been Jay Leno. I can’t quite remember. Notwithstanding this odd behaviour and his affiliation with a rather bizarre religious cult, Cruise was absolutely brilliant in his role as a doctor who has accidently stumbled on some of the satanic and unaccountabale activites of a super government which seems not to be subjected to the legislative authority of the government of the United States or, indeed, to any other legitimate governing body.  

Cruise’s character seems initially interested in somehow exposing this satanic entity, but after being warned off by a stranger in a Rolls Royce, and having his wife, (played by real-life wife, Nicole Kidman) and child threatened, he eventually decides that they will let it lie and he and his wife resolutely thank “their lucky stars” that they have managed to escape the wrath of this singularly evil organization. The suspicious deaths of two of their acquaintances no doubt hurried the realization of this eventual accommodation.

This film was obviously Kubrick’s last attempt to warn the world about an existence of a world super government, but it can just as easily serve as a propaganda piece and warning to others not to try to confront the elitist groups whose members somehow have the notion that they are the special people whose legacy is to control and rule the rest of the human population, and by so doing continually direct fantastic amounts of wealth into their own coffers.  As the doctor, played by Cruise finds out, it is extremely dangerous and perhaps even suicidal to try to confront these people, but without those who try, future generations will be lost to the whims of a satanic cult led by an appointed anti-Christ-like figure, and there will be no going back as the world’s most powerful military forces will be under the complete control  of this super government. As my book publisher once commented to me when I was advising him of the HIV-AIDs, Federal Reserve and Global Warming hoaxes: “They kill people, you know.”


I wrote the above brief review of Kubrick’s Eyes Wide Shut about two hours ago. I’ve been mulling over Kubrick’s intentions for a couple of hours and now believe that the film was most likely conceived and developed as a warning to anyone who might get up enough courage to confront the secret government.

In almost all good-versus-evil type major productions from Hollywood the good guys either win or leave the viewer with the sense that even though a battle with evil may have been won by the bad guys, they have at least by their sacrifices left in place the eventuality of a victory by the forces of good over evil.

In Eyes Wide Shut Cruise’s charcter and his wife both conclude the film by deciding that they are no match for the sinister forces which they have accidentally encountered, and that further curiousity and interference would eventually lead to their deaths, and that they should thank their lucky stars for having survived.

And this seems to be the moral of the story, just as the note handed to Cruise by that stranger in the Rolls Royce. Paraphrased, it read: “Stay out of it for your own good. To try to interfere is useless. You are lucky to be alive.”

And it is not possible to escape the reality that this is also the main message of the film and the intention of the producers and financiers, who are, afterall, just the same old gang of moguls who have been controlling Hollywood since day one.  

So whatever Kubrick was trying to tell us, his film will continue to be seen on television and it will continue to scare the bejesus out of anyone who has the guts to confront the supreme elite globalists who own all of the publishing companies and other media and who think they own the earth and that the rest of us are just serfs working for them.


Turns out it was the Oprah show on which Tom Cruise jumped around on the couch and acted as though he was high on something–which I highly doubt. Lucky I have my own blog as editors would have quickly admonished me for suggesting it was the Letterman or Leno show, and not having the professionalism to at least google: Cruise acts weird on talk show.


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