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This is awesome. I loved this movie. I recognised most of the games.
Anyway here is the little Wiki Blurb about the movie:
When aliens intercept video feeds of classic arcade games and misinterpret them as a declaration of war, they attack Earth, using the games as models. Knowing that he must employ a similar strategy, President Will Cooper (Kevin James) recruits his childhood pal, former video-game champ and home-theater installer Sam Brenner (Adam Sandler), to lead a team of old-school arcade players and a military specialist (Michelle Monaghan) in an all-out battle to save the planet.
First heard a song by which I somehow remember pretty sure it was from dead letter circus. Wasn't totally sure of the name of the song though. This is the one I played. I find it ok. It doesn't have many views on Youtube yet. Got a few plays out of it anyhow so adding it.
Dead Letter Circus are an alternative rock band from Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. Their debut album This Is the Warning debuted at No. 2 on the Australian album charts and spawned a number of singles
Been meaning to add songs for a little while. Got quite a few tabs open. This is one of them.
I came up with Take a Walk on the War Psied Or another similar one is War Thing instead of Wild Thing. But I won't add Wild Thing the song. Anyway can't remember why I am adding this other than tab is open. I haven't played it much. It played in my head I think? Maybe.
Anyway added now.
Lou Reed is Dead now. RIP (March 2, 1942 – October 27, 2013) 71 years old.
Didn't really like this though my Mum did. It was ok I guess. Not really for me. Perhaps you'll like it. Maybe if I ever watch it again I might like it. Anyway perhaps watch, it was ok and it did have like a $65 million dollar budget. Probably most of that went to the actors. Overall wouldn't recommend this.
My Mum said this got bad reviews and I can understand why but I was able to bear the faults. It still could've been better. Still there were alot of effects and stuff. Alot of visuals. The story line just wasn't all there. Still a pretty good movie and I recommend you watch it at least once.
I was left feeling pretty good about stuff after the movie. Like this happens in real life. Still the masses need to be included. Equality is the goal.
Everyone has a part and some value somehow. I used to think equality is it. Probably still do even more so after reading the bible about it.
2 Corinthians 8:14 At the present time your plenty will supply what they need, so that in turn their plenty will supply what you need. The goal is equality,
I saw this growing up.
I traded someone what they were going to have excess of for something that I had excess of. The thing is I don't know exactly what I was trading anymore.
I can't do that anymore. Perhaps it was spiritual what I saw that could be traded. Perhaps it was just the matrix tech but I can't be sure.
Whatever it was equality seems like a good thing to go for.
It's separate from the world system perhaps.
I was trading in devices perhaps or processed calculations.
This used to be the theme song of the show Tour Of Duty which I used to love staying up late and watching. They were pretty much invincible though the regular characters. It also probably glamorized WAR a whole lot.
The Rolling Stones
TV gives the impression you goto WAR and your some sort of superman. Bullets never hit you. Or you only get mildly wounded. Take the movie Expendables 3. They kill like 1000 people plus tanks and helicopters. Basically a whole army. They walk away tired with a couple of scratches.
I just now watched a whole episode of Tour of Duty. No one in their squad died but the pilot that they were rescuing died. Basically supermen.
Anyway here is the episode I just watched:
Tour OF Duty S01E11. It's got a different intro but it's still pretty cool. I must of been watching the later seasons when the intro became Paint it Black.
And now finally for the Rolling Stones Sympathy For The Devil which is what originally set this all off.
The Rolling Stones - Sympathy For The Devil. I got a few plays out of this. Didn't realize this was about the devil or that it was supposed to be the devil speaking. Don't like the devil.
Often find myself humming the riff from this. Don't know why. This is not actually a bad song but I still am probably not going to listen other than this time.
Cream - White Room.
Cream the Band.
Think i'm adding this because I remember it from somewhere and I remember enjoying it. Not totally sure where I first heard it though. Stumbled across it again today and gave it a play after looking up Sunshine of Your Love.
Added both these not because I got heaps of plays out of them but because I listened once. The top song I hum all the time so added. The bottom song I have memories of so added but haven't played either of these more than once.
First heard this song on the TV and the words had been changed to Sa Ka Ta for a commercial for rice cracker biscuits. I haven't really listened to it much but adding it cause it's kind of catchy and old and because of the cracker biscuit add. Found it after searching for da da da but wasn't the song I was looking for.
I call myself Da sometimes to. Boom Da Da Da Boom Boom Da Da Da.
Here is another song from Trio. It's also worth adding I think.
Trio - Bum Bum.
Lol Song name.
Thought I should add this song to this post as well. I clicked it after checking out Da Da Da. It's ok not like awesome but catchy enough.