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    DNArington

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    Moral to spoil?

    Post  DNArington on July 3rd 2012, 7:01 pm

    Sigh... No

    ‘PROMETHEUS’ SPOILED BY THEATER EMPLOYEE WHO CLAIMED IT WAS A MORAL OBLIGATION http://screencrush.com/prometheus-spoiler-theater/

    ComiKate

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    Re: Moral to spoil?

    Post  ComiKate on July 14th 2012, 6:39 am

    That is super annoying!
    Double sigh!

    Spoiler comment:
    What, was she supposed to first let herself be eaten from the inside by an alien parasite which would then have destroyed her completely when it was time to "hatch"?!


    That is sooooo not the same thing as an abortion!!








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    Re: Moral to spoil?

    Post  PhoenixFire on July 14th 2012, 10:29 am

    Ugh! I hate it when that happens! Evil or Very Mad

    One thing in the article caught my eye:

    Regardless of your personal beliefs, I think we can all agree on a couple of things:
    1.‘Prometheus’ is in no way a film that is or should be used as a platform for anyone’s personal or political beliefs...

    I haven't seen the movie yet, But isn't every movie a platform for someone’s personal or political beliefs? Especially a movie who's previews talked about discovering where we as a species came from.

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    Re: Moral to spoil?

    Post  Nathan James Norman on July 14th 2012, 12:38 pm

    PhoenixFire wrote:Ugh! I hate it when that happens! Evil or Very Mad

    One thing in the article caught my eye:

    Regardless of your personal beliefs, I think we can all agree on a couple of things:
    1.‘Prometheus’ is in no way a film that is or should be used as a platform for anyone’s personal or political beliefs...

    I haven't seen the movie yet, But isn't every movie a platform for someone’s personal or political beliefs? Especially a movie who's previews talked about discovering where we as a species came from.

    Well put Phoenix Fire! Every story is trying to teach us something. From the micro--story of the commercials (buy our products!) to every film ever made -- to the Bible itself (3/4 narrative literature!).

    I think it was Plato who said, "The one who controls the story controls the culture."

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