I guess if all this is true then the evidence is quite compelling but, you know, is it? I don't know. I struggle to believe anything that is presented so one-sided because I'm a skeptical fuck. I'm sure a lot of it is true but the bit about finding little green men in saucer shaped objects? Nah. I'm not having that shit, mate. If you believe in aliens or conspiracies in general, you will lap this shit up.
This is so 80s in the way it is made that watching it now is a bit cringey. The way the blacks are treated in this is also cringey, although I'm sure they'd argue it was a little worse than that. You have to be terribly careful when writing about race; I mean, the fact that I've just used the word THEY to talk about black people is making me nervous. We all know the southern states of America have been - and still are - frightfully racist, and this film depicts just how awful it was to be brown in America in the 60s. Thing is, we're not actually that far away from behaviour like this. You only have to look as far as who's in the White House to see that.
What a man Bill Shankly was. A true one of a kind and a genuine football legend. He made the people happy.
This is all about how Dr Evil is creating fucked up robotics with the sole intention of wiping out the human race. Well, not exactly, but these fancy new medical devices can come with some severe side effects. Calling them side effects is pretty disrespectful to how much these things can ruin your life, but it's worth mentioning that, in most cases, medicine is doing fantastic things, saving people lives and improving the quality of lives in great numbers. When it does go wrong though, it can fuck you up big time.
This is all about how poor people in developing countries are dying because they can't afford the astronomical prices of drugs that treat HIV. Pharma companies are choosing to price these people out and therefore choosing profit over people's lives. With Africa only making up 1% of their global sales, these companies could make it cheaper to save African lives but they chose not to. So can something be done? Watch this and find out.
George Galloway, the former politician behind this film, may have embarrassed himself on live TV by pretending to be a cat on Big Brother but he's not responsible for the deaths of over one million people, is he? Tony Blair is a selfish, dictator-swooning, war-mongering, money-hungry war criminal. Pretty much everything he does is done in order to line his pockets. This may well be a one-sided story but it's paints a pretty telling image of how much of a twat Blair is.
Tom Cruise is fifty fucking six now. Imagine how old a fifty year old is, then imagine someone six years older. Yet, here he is, still doing that fucking pointy-fingered, chest-out, chin-up, swinging-arm run. I mean for fucks sake. Come on now, Tom. Enough is enough, mate. Give it up. Let someone else have a go. Pass on the baton. Jib the botox injections, get yourself a warm milk and put your feet up. This doing your own stunts and comedy trademark run shtik can't go on into your sixties.
The character of Alejandro, played by Benicio Del Toro in the Sicario series, would fuck your shit up for even looking him in the eye. He'd probably say something like, "You got a problem, gringo?" and you'd stand there like a dumb fuck, eventually blurting out "N-no, mate, I'm, err, all good" whilst trying your best not to piss yourself. But guess what, you do have a problem; a fucking big one. And guess what? So does he; your fucking stupid face. And he's about to punch it off. Because of this, I fucking love him. He is one of my favourite characters ever. There is probably more manliness in a breath of his fart than you have in your entire body.
This is about the role played by pharmaceutical companies and doctors in the expanding reliancy on, and addiction to, prescription drugs. It is more widespread than you'd ever have guessed and people are literally dying because of it. People think they're OK to take because they've been legally prescribed by your doctor. Well, guess what? They're not. And your doctor may well have motivations other than your well being.
John McAfee is shit-in-my-mouth crazy. Not only did he wind us all the fuck up for years with pre-installed anti-virus bloatware but he also lived a pretty bonkers life, running off to central America and getting up to all sorts of sordid shit.