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January 18th, 2017
great movies in relation to RSD principles
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#11
Dick Gallo

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Fight Club and The Matrix are the alpha and the omega of self-actualization in film.
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Crunch

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The Peaceful Warrior
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#13

Bzzza7

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I'd LOVE to see a movie where the chode/beta male gets the hot girl without ever maning up!
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Falsetto

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Bzzza7 wrote:
I'd LOVE to see a movie where the chode/beta male gets the hot girl without ever maning up!
That must be Mating Habits of the Earthbound Human



what chu talking about
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#15
mori

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Either 'A Prophet' or 'The Beat That My Heart Skipped" for a superb illistration of a man emerging from the boy cocoon. Both are amazing films.
'Don Juan Demarco' for a brilliant example of pseudo-oneitis game intertwined with the abundance mentality.
"I hope they serve beer in hell" no where near as good as the book (which I highly recommend), but still good examples of fluff talk and intent.
I thought Henry Fonda in '12 Angry Men' displayed a fantastic depiction of conviction and self-belief.
Jean Luc-Godard's classic 'Breathless' is a shining example on the art of fluff talk.
Pretty much any old Clint Eastwood films for examples of rock solid unreactiveness.
Haven't seen any of 'em, but I would suspect the film adaptations of the Charles Bukowski novels would be good for highlighting the fact that you don't need to be a value-giving happy clapper to get laid.
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ApuPimpin

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Re: Positivity

"Happy go Lucky"
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#17
Kirra

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Twilight.






Wait wut?

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Buddy Rich

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I saw 'Yesman' (Jim Carrey) the other day and thought there were a few funny parallels to our thing. Basically all about being open to new opportunities instead of following your instinct to crawl into your comfort zone. The scene where he attends the 'Yes!' seminar was pretty lol too.
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Naz

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Alexander~ wrote:
 can't hardley wait and vanilla sky.

Watch them and you will see so many subtle truths... i have reccommended them both since 2006.

Alex~
I haven't watched Vanilla Sky in a long time but was very interested in its subtleties when I was younger. I always thought the film was trying to communicate something and I just couldn't figure out what. During that time, I was very interested in lucid dreaming and thought the film might have been about that.  I'll have a look around for the film. I must have it somewhere...and watch it again.

If you have any examples you could give, that would be appreciated. 
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nedrins

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