NOT DEAD YET

 
 
 
Not dead yet
NOT DEAD YET

Lilou & John list five movies everyone must see | Lilou comes up with some good suggestions | John is a relic from the past

John: You call this picture “Not dead yet” and I think that could be a good name for our top five movie list. Let us suggest five movies that we think the world should watch. I can start.

Lilou: Please do.

John: I was going to say Hellboy II but last time we saw it I was so upset with him being a toyboy for the humans and I think Guillermo del Toro really misunderstood Prince Nuada so I have started to dislike that movie. Therefore I will start by saying Alien.

Lilou: Yeah I love Alien too.

John: It is so dramatic and intense as a sci-fi can be, and it’s clean and dirty at the same time. I love most things about that movie. Ok number 2 on the list. I think 2001: A space adventure. Hal is wonderful. What do you think?

Lilou: Can’t have been that rememberable. I have watched it but I can’t remember anything from it.

John: Ok, let us erase that from the list. Number two?

Lilou: Equilibrium perhaps.

John: Oh yes, that movie about a leftie regime that bans all emotions and Christian Bale joins the revolution. I like it. Great story and great acting. Number three?

Lilou: I still love Starship troopers, even though I’ve watched it hundred of times.

John: I know you love that one. Me too. Who cannot love some kind of ultra-bourgeois hyper-democratic fight-them-back kind of movie that really shows what it mean to squash a bug under your feet?

Lilou: Love it.

John: How about Men in Black?

Lilou: The first one in amazing. One of the best things ever is when he moves the table to write on the paper, and the other morons just sit there and stare at him.

John: You always laugh when we come to that part.

Lilou: Yeah, I think it’s a very clever scene. Wish I had come up with it.

John: I love it when he shoots the schoolgirl in the training grounds and his explanation. Ok, we can’t stick to one film forever. We have four and one is missing. I think Waterloo.

Lilou: Boring.

John: Zulu dawn?

Lilou: Geez. Soon comes Aguirre as well.

John: Der Zorn Gottes? I was coming to that.

Lilou: If it has to be German I’d rather stick to Das Boot.

John: Isn’t there any old movie from before political correctness was invented?

Lilou: Were we born then?

John: No, but we could have seen it now. What about Joyeux Noël? A beautiful movie about the last of the brotherhood of Europeans before we all became Americanized?

Lilou: Haven’t seen it, thought it sounded like a French porno movie.

John: Is that cultural barbarism I am sensing in you?

Lilou: Probably. Or is it you being pompous?

John: Romper Stomper, if it wasn’t for the black and white storytelling? Trainspotting if it weren’t for the drugs and shit?

Lilou: It’s quite hard to ignore those depressing parts.

John: You may be right. How about Guesthouse Paradiso?

Lilou: Fun, yet disgusting. How about Minority Report.

John: An amazing film about what happens when Globalists seize power. I like it.

Lilou: Samantha Morton is brilliant as usual.

John: She is. And Tom Cruise is decent too.

Lilou: Yeah.

 

Lilou & John list five movies everyone must see | Lilou comes up with some good suggestions | John is a relic from the past

John: You call this picture “Not dead yet” and I think that could be a good name for our top five movie list. Let us suggest five movies that we think the world should watch. I can start.

Lilou: Please do.

John: I was going to say Hellboy II but last time we saw it I was so upset with him being a toyboy for the humans and I think Guillermo del Toro really misunderstood Prince Nuada so I have started to dislike that movie. Therefore I will start by saying Alien.

Lilou: Yeah I love Alien too.

John: It is so dramatic and intense as a sci-fi can be, and it’s clean and dirty at the same time. I love most things about that movie. Ok number 2 on the list. I think 2001: A space adventure. Hal is wonderful. What do you think?

Lilou: Can’t have been that rememberable. I have watched it but I can’t remember anything from it.

John: Ok, let us erase that from the list. Number two?

Lilou: Equilibrium perhaps.

John: Oh yes, that movie about a leftie regime that bans all emotions and Christian Bale joins the revolution. I like it. Great story and great acting. Number three?

Lilou: I still love Starship troopers, even though I’ve watched it hundred of times.

John: I know you love that one. Me too. Who cannot love some kind of ultra-bourgeois hyper-democratic fight-them-back kind of movie that really shows what it mean to squash a bug under your feet?

Lilou: Love it.

John: How about Men in Black?

Lilou: The first one in amazing. One of the best things ever is when he moves the table to write on the paper, and the other morons just sit there and stare at him.

John: You always laugh when we come to that part.

Lilou: Yeah, I think it’s a very clever scene. Wish I had come up with it.

John: I love it when he shoots the schoolgirl in the training grounds and his explanation. Ok, we can’t stick to one film forever. We have four and one is missing. I think Waterloo.

Lilou: Boring.

John: Zulu dawn?

Lilou: Geez. Soon comes Aguirre as well.

John: Der Zorn Gottes? I was coming to that.

Lilou: If it has to be German I’d rather stick to Das Boot.

John: Isn’t there any old movie from before political correctness was invented?

Lilou: Were we born then?

John: No, but we could have seen it now. What about Joyeux Noël? A beautiful movie about the last of the brotherhood of Europeans before we all became Americanized?

Lilou: Haven’t seen it, thought it sounded like a French porno movie.

John: Is that cultural barbarism I am sensing in you?

Lilou: Probably. Or is it you being pompous?

John: Romper Stomper, if it wasn’t for the black and white storytelling? Trainspotting if it weren’t for the drugs and shit?

Lilou: It’s quite hard to ignore those depressing parts.

John: You may be right. How about Guesthouse Paradiso?

Lilou: Fun, yet disgusting. How about Minority Report.

John: An amazing film about what happens when Globalists seize power. I like it.

Lilou: Samantha Morton is brilliant as usual.

John: She is. And Tom Cruise is decent too.

Lilou: Yeah.