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This videos is brought to you by a donation from Mr. Anonymous and here's what he briefly has to say: "Hi Sandman, please watch the movie Chaos Walking and make a video about what you think about it. Keep me anonymous." Well thanks for the donation and topic. If anyone wants to watch this film remember that all the spoilers are ahead. Also Mr. anonymous thanks for letting me know about this science fiction film that takes place in 2257. I didn't even know it existed. It takes place on a planet where there are no women but where all the men that are colonizing it can hear each others thoughts and they call it the noise. A scout ship crash lands and the only survivor is a woman and the mayor of the colony town tells her that the native species killed all the women it made me think that he was lying. The Mayor seems to be the best at hiding his thoughts or noise. The following scene he tells one of his lieutenants that he wants to capture her groups ship and use it to get off the planet as the crew will be in cryo sleep. Her ship that she crashed in is just a scout ship and there is a bigger ship coming with thousand of colonists. The men can also Project things like wooden walls and giant snakes with their minds at other men as well as women. Men have the power to project illusions but it comes with the weakness that if they aren't careful others can read their thoughts if they don't know how to effectively silence their noise. The crashed female is named Viola and played by Daisy Ridley. Tom Holland Plays Todd Hewitt the boy that finds her. The film is based on the first book of the sci-fi trilogy called Chaos Walking. Obviously a jab at men saying indirectly that men are chaotic with our thoughts. Ironically it's the other way around in reality and only on a sci-fi planet can men be as chaotic as them cooch folk. I'll discuss more in just a moment but let me first tell everyone about today's sponsor Lindsay Transmission: Anyways now back to the extra-terrestrial clown world show. So the mayor of the man planet wants to figure out where Viola's mother-ship, no pun intended is going to land. But his son accidentally activates her weapon and she ends up escaping. So the mayor and his minions run off to find her. Tom Holland's character Todd goes back home and finds her hiding in his barn. I find this idea that a man is supposed to control his noise is like a man that can't control his sexuality. So Todd's father finds out about how he's hiding her in barn and they debate if they want to give her up to the mayor. His father tells him he has to leave to a place called barb ranch immediately before the mayor of Prentisstown finds them. But it's too late, the mayor shows up opens the barn and Ray Skywalker, I'm sorry Viola escapes on her hot wired motorcycle. There she goes Daisy Ridley doing what she does best as an actress playing a Mary Sue. She hot wires that motorcycle and then rides it through a forest at full speed like she's in another Jedi film. I almost thought she was another Mary Sue character until she crashes the motorcycle. She also cries hiding in the barn and that also shows some weakness and vulnerability. Good to see she has some range beyond just bad-ass Jedi mind tricks. The woods reminded me of the woods in Canada and I was right because this film was made around Montreal. The concept of men that can't hide their thoughts easily from each other gets tiring pretty quickly. It's distracting watching a film and hearing voices all the time coming from the characters when their lips aren't moving. It's also overwhelming when you hear dozens of characters all thinking at the same time. I know the audio editors did the best job they could but it's hard to convey this story on screen. The film tries to show their noise as visible green, blue and purple ghost like echos around their heads.
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