[ExI] Favorite ~H+ Movies
emlynoregan at gmail.com
Sat Jun 23 05:14:43 UTC 2007
Memento, with Guy Pearce. Very hard to explain why I think this is
transhumanist. Maybe the exploration of the nature of mind?
I think in some way it feels to me as though our normal mental architecture
is broken compared to what we need for real understanding of the universe,
analogous to the way his is for coping with normal life, and our struggle to
overcome feels similar, doomed and heroic and sickly facinating.
On 23/06/07, A B <austriaaugust at yahoo.com> wrote:
> Boy, things have been tense around here lately. We
> should be entitled to a little fun once in a while,
> right? I thought it would be fun to make a list of our
> favorite semi-transhumanist movies. This written
> medium can sometimes be somewhat dry, and difficult to
> express and share positive emotions with each other.
> It may sound cheesy, but perhaps by sharing our
> favorite movies, we could more easily recognize some
> of the more fundamental feelings and aspirations
> between us. [Maybe we could also suggest favorite
> music pieces, but I'll let that begin on someone
> else's initiative.]
> For my contribution, I recommend:
> * Original Director's Cut of "Bladerunner".
> You must see the original Director's Cut or you
> haven't seen the movie... sorry :-) Sure, it's a
> dark-future themed movie, and it is slightly cheesy in
> a few spots, but it does have some truly moving and
> profound moments, in my opinion. I fully recommend it,
> Jeffrey Herrlich
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