Dec 16, 2009

Movie feature "excessive". Review of American Psycho.

Movie feature is too much for somebody born old, tired. And later harrowingly brainwashed to not touch the instrument of relief from all that continuous pain and deep, deep hunger.

Review of American Psycho(New Tab)
"The film regards the male executive lifestyle with the devotion of a fetishist."
Do you know how monsters are created, mister?

You bullshit eaters regard anything not miserably pale as obsessive, contrived, excessive.
~"No, no no no, don't bring out the pleasure! The proper ritual for brainwashed trance that separates pleasure from all the other instances in which you can have it without problems has not been properly exercised!"
Anything that makes you feel alive in the purest and rawest manner, at the sole level that correctly stimulates the morpho-functionality of the human being is stamped excessive. But that's why it is in art, you miserable failure! It's supposed to be excessive, or would you rather have real pain and suffering? You're not letting it flow!

Anything that has enough consistency to cast it's mark upon consciousness awakens the dormant unsatisfied stupid animal lust of true christians and believers.
You secured ground as a loser. Now you teach it.

Stupid people lay dormant, centered on their most characteristic trait and hate all else. And love what "avenges" their weakness. Example: extremely poor one legged people want a one legged president that is always participating at great dinners and has sandwiches with meat in their pocket any day. When you're the president, you never get hungry.

P.S. I respect you a lot, mister reviewer. But respect is actually a descriptive unit. My admiration would never push out my perception of the bad things.

This gets even more stupid.
"Their sexual insecurity is manifested as card envy." (business cards)
Put that nice little sexual insecurity into a box and throw that into social competition. Thaat's right! Nicely done. Now it's not sexual insecurity, it's total insecurity. What does total insecurity have to do with the Freudian theory that sex is in everything? Well it might be in! Or it might be at the real level, where the man is animated by pleasure, not penises and vaginas and expensive watches and absolutely everything else, but pure pleasure, that sits nicely in all containers including this big one, sex. This is how I think about those guys.
When they say beauty and sexual compliance is everything in women it's not sex invested in sex, it's power and pleasure invested in sex. 50 points of IQ lower, sex is a promise and luxury, not a field for power games.

Do you know why they do those things that they say they do to rapists in prison? Because they don't consider them men enough to win it by their majestic power. It's like: "You're not a man, right? So you have to force women to do it, you fucking pansy. Don't come near us."

"The function of the murders is to make visible the frenzy of the territorial male when his will is frustrated."
When his angst is amplified.
"Lives could have been saved if instead of living in a high-rise, Bateman had been supplied with a basement, a workbench and a lot of nails to pound."
No. Shoot yourself in the foot with a nail, feel the pain and try to smile and shake hands in CEO style. This is what this movie tells. There is you, but there is no you and the hunger of getting outside the mask is perforating, searing, but you already included the best of you in the mask and so there is no way out. Silence. Discipline. Remorse.