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X-Men: Days of Future Past

“Days of Future Past” has a few good ideas. One, it sheds light on secret government research. Two, it discusses President Nixon’s secret recording tapes and the off the record discussion about the President Kennedy assassination. Third, in regards to quantum computers and advanced AI algorithms, it sheds light on the incredible advancement, rivalling the […]

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Awakenings

If you reimagine “Awakenings,” you see things different. This segment gets into psychology, the inner child. Also, it looks at non compulsive seizures. Toward the end, Henry’s libertarian impulse for freedom is beginning to be narrowed. And finally, Nikolai, the teleporting slave capturer from Eastern Europe, breaks into Henry’s house. Reimagine this broadcast and see […]

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He Said She Said

“He Said She Said” brings up a lot of things on second look. For example, did you notice teleporters bypass geo-restrictions? As well, did you ever think teleporters would make the US Constitution Commerce Clause obsolete? Plus, did you notice, Nikolai resembles some kind of slave capturer from olden times only for teleporters? Last, but […]

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In Memoriam

If you reimagine Impulse’s “In Memoriam,” you see new things. For one, Townes is “Leroy Jenkins,” an online persona. Not only this, Leroy Jenkins’’ online girlfriend ghosts him, which makes me wonder why she’s bothering an autistic boy. As well, Townes dreams and imagines his day before it happens. And to top off missed points, […]

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The Eagle and The Bee

Here’s a few gems you may of overlooked in this reimagine of “The Eagle and The Bee.” If you didn’t see this, this episode deals with the go nowhereness of postmodernity and failed modernist politics. Also, this airing looks at federal agents and state officer jurisdictional disputes. As well, it looks at teleporters and their […]

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The Thing

The Thing movie from 1982 withstands the test of time. It’s a great movie about an alien that tries to imitate people in order to take over. That being said, who doesn’t love the cold attic air in this movie.

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The Cloverfield Paradox

Here’s a timely movie with the news of nuclear fusion. This movie points to stars created in labs to produce energy. But this movie makes you imagine if private corporations get a hold of that tech; you could have atomic explosions or stars collapsing in labs that create black holes. Even worst, time could get […]

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The Flash

The Batman, Micheal Keaton, the older Batman, the 60 something Batman, Batman from 1989, Batman Beyond however you want to think of him, returns from an alternate universe. So move over Ben Afflick, Christian Bale, Val Kilmer, Robert Patterson, and Adam West Batmen. This is what happens with particle colliders. This is what happens when […]

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Vita/Mors

Here’s how “Vita/Mors” is reimagined in Impulse. First, it gets into murderous international secret forces. Second, you may of missed all the secret weapons to deal with people like Henry who are teleporters. Also, you missed we are all blind. Toward the end, you may of missed all the religious people under federal investigation. As […]

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One

One is a music video about many things. For one, it’s about the retarded, pointless idea of democracy. Also, it points out the fact that reality and dreams are the same when you get down to it. Plus. it shows how dangerous the time of post modernity really is. However, “One” offers some hope, even […]

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