New release 4k movies, of They Live 1988. Once a simple construction worker Neida, who is not very lucky in life, finds unusual sunglasses. Wearing them, he gets the opportunity to see the world as it is.
Reality scares! It turns out that the government and the media are bombarding people with hidden messages that affect the subconscious level: Sleep!, ÂDo not let your imagination go, Obey the authorities.
Even worse, Neida saw the true appearance of many politicians and important members of society! They are not people at all, but ugly and evil aliens from the planet Andromeda. Their mission on Earth is to conduct a massive campaign to subjugate earthlings to their will and keep people in ignorance …
Neida must find people who, like him, know about the true state of things (who else could have made these wonderful glasses?), And join their resistance movement to fight!
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He first met the work of John Carpenter 4 years ago. Yesterday I revised it. And I understood. I understood that the movie turned out to be funny and interesting, albeit with reservations. Of course, this is not ÂSomething, but a completely watchable independent work.
It is amusing how John Carpenter presented a rather serious and burning topic in a satirical and humorous vein. For some hour and a half, he showed how different are the living standards of poor and rich people in Los Angeles. And he showed not gloomy and realistic, but rustic and even somehow mundane. For all the seriousness of the topic of poverty and social inequality, attractive humor is still revealed. It will not be easy to tear off an unforgettable 6-minute fight between the two main characters. The whipped hero David David was only required to wear sunglasses, but no, he threw all his energy into waving his fists. John Carpenter called this scene the wash of John Ford’s ÂThe Quiet Man, although according to rumors, the fight scene was a kind of concession to Roddy Piper fans. Anyway, everything turned out great!
ÂIn the late 1970s, there was a sharply negative reaction to everything related to the 1960s. The same thing happened in the 1980s in relation to the previous decade. Ronald Reagan came to power. This Âreygonomics began, – the creator of ÂChristina once said. – Then a lot of ideals, on which I grew up, were offended, because some yuppies started to exist, and they just wanted money. By the end of the 1980s, I could no longer put up with all of this, and decided to make a statement as stupid and banal as it was. The statement was the film “They Live 4K 1988”. It was gratifying that I sent Reagan when others did not.
It is said that the problems raised in ÂThey Live 4K are still relevant. In capitalist countries, it is customary for the poor to become poor, and the rich to become rich. And indeed it may seem that the powerful of this world are influenced by alien invaders. John Carpenter managed to show the Americans the Matrix back in 1988, although the Wachowski brothers’ masterpiece came out only 11 years later. All the appeals shown in the film properly created the illusion of a bright and real life. If in the ÂMatrix machines needed Âpeople-batteries, then in ÂThey Live 4K they needed Âpeople-cattle. Even a mockery of the slogan Âtake off the rose-colored glasses turned out to be cool: in order to know the enemy by sight, you had to wear glasses. The mood does not spoil because of how easily the protagonist scattered from the slow invaders of the planet Earth. On the contrary, the ease of what is happening on the screen is constantly felt. Yes, and the hero Roddy Piper turned out glorious: pofigisticheskaya nature will not lie, that such a person does not surprise.
Last October, John Carpenter was asked a stupid question: you do not want to watch your films? To which the 67-year-old director gave a sensible answer: no, God forbid! Do you think I’m sitting idle, watching my films and exclaiming Âstunned, you just look at it!? I love this old man! It is time to admit to myself that the father of “Halloween” is now also one of my favorite directors. John Carpenter is the only one, and itÂs a pity that in the future theyÂre probably remaking remakes of all his famous films. I would not be surprised if the constant process of remakes is also a trick of aliens.
May the Force be with you!
Codec: HEVC / H.265
Resolution: Native 4K (2160p)
HDR: Dolby Vision + HDR10
Aspect ratio: 2.35:1
Original aspect ratio: 2.39:1
English: LPCM 2.0 (48kHz, 24-bit)
English: DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1 (48kHz, 24-bit)
French: DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1 (48kHz, 24-bit)
German: DTS-HD Master Audio 2.0 (48kHz, 24-bit)