The Corporation (2003)

ConfuzorConfuzor Join Date: 2002-11-01 Member: 2412Awaiting Authorization
<div class="IPBDescription">Anyone seen it?</div> <a href='' target='_blank'>Has anybody else seen this movie yet?</a> I've gotten through 2/3 of it so far, and while I haven't seen many documentaries in my life (I've never seen a Michael Moore film), I have to say that this one fine film. As I understand it, it didn't have such a prolific showing as a Michael Moore documentary, so it doesn't seem to be well known.

While title kind of implies a left-wing stance to the capital/corporate world, I find that it does manage to stay rather fair - like providing good points thesis, it gives some high-points of the capitalist world, following with a counter-points. It definetely rekindled all the vague fears I've had of big corporations, and now I have better reasons why!

It is rather lengthy, but I highly recommend it for viewing. If there's one thing that its taught me, is that I will never EVER drink milk in the United States. If PETA bothered to to take a look at this film for their anti-milk campaign, they might actually pick up a few valid factoids for their cause...


  • MavericMaveric Join Date: 2002-08-07 Member: 1101Members
    Watch some of the StarCraft movie sequences and you'll see barcode tatoos on some of the marine's foreheads, and we're SO headed there after watching this. I just know it. <!--emo&:(--><img src='' border='0' style='vertical-align:middle' alt='sad-fix.gif' /><!--endemo-->
  • UZiUZi Eight inches of C4 between the legs. Join Date: 2003-02-20 Member: 13767Members

    I'm more scared of government control and beurcracy at this moment then any corperation.

    With progress of a corperate world we won't even need manual labor in the future. Everything will be robotic.
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