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I took my family to see Disney's film, Race to Witch Mountain, at the dollar theatre this evening.
I was amazed at how on it was with the world view I have expressed recently. The BlackOps controlling advanced technologies via off-budget, huge projects, in cahoots with certain elements within the U.S. government, was portrayed almost exactly as I see it. Their blatant disregard for the large picture in favor of their own myopic agendas was also portrayed very well.
The mockery of people who openly admit to believing in such things was also adroitly depicted. The two earthlings who helped save the day were establishment "outsiders" just doing the best they knew how, given the circumstances.
In some ways, is felt like a vindication to see a mainstream movie of this ilk.
I'm not a crazy nutcase when it comes to believing that such scenarios are actually plausible. Disney thinks they are plausible as well.
Remember, truth is sometimes stranger than fiction.
I definitely recommend seeing this one.
BTW, as for family viewing, I thought it was a bit intense for our three young daughters. My 9-year-old boy liked it.
Two young siblings (AnnaSophia Robb and Alexander Ludwig) find themselves on the run from a dark organization seeking to exploit their paranormal abilities in this remake of the beloved Disney classic. A helpful cab driver (Dwayne Johnson) and a UFO specialist (Carla Gugino) try to keep the kids safe. Kim Richards and Ike Eisenmann, who played the siblings in the original movie, co-star, along with Ciarán Hinds and Cheech Marin. http://www.netflix.com/Movie/Race_to_Witch_Mountain/70105369
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