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Desc:No Reason
Category:Trailers, Educational
Tags:Police, french, Rubber, quentin dupieux, non-teleological worldview
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Comment count is 20
THA SUGAH RAIN - 2011-09-29
The alien is brown because of UV. Try again, nerd.
cool water sandwich - 2011-09-30
They don't use the bathroom or wash their hands because it adds nothing to the movie.

The sky is blue because it scatters that colour wavelength of light more.

I don't like sausages because they're greasy and often have gristle in them.

Ursa_minor - 2011-09-29
I don't know how to rate this. Everything he says has a very clear, objective reason. Is it irony?
chairsforcheap - 2011-09-29
pretty sure you completely missed the tag that says "french"

fatatty - 2011-09-29
It's mostly a disclaimer to stop all the people who feel the constant need to ask "Why?" every 5 minutes in a movie. And if ever a movie begged that question, it is this movie.

chairsforcheap - 2011-09-29
yeah knowing this movie pretty much would solve your context issue

memedumpster - 2011-09-29
Aw, that was from a movie, it figures, I thought there was actually one cool co... this is from THAT movie!?
Innocent Bystander - 2011-09-29
Now why did I give this clip 5 stars?
StanleyPain - 2011-09-29
This was a great movie ruined by it's dipshit marketing as some sort of grindhouse gore film.
cognitivedissonance - 2011-09-29
Five stars for successfully annoying me.
drcrypt - 2011-09-29
This is the best thing about a movie called Rubber, a film about a sentient, killer tire. It's not worth watching past this monologue.
drcrypt - 2011-09-29

FABIO - 2011-09-29
A movie about a sentient, PSYCHIC killer tire that causes animals and people to explode Scanners style.

Since that just wasn't weird enough, the entire thing is framed as a movie within a movie that tourists in the middle of the desert are watching through binoculars and commenting on.

FABIO - 2011-09-29
It's also on Netflix Instant.

cool water sandwich - 2011-09-30
It's pretty awful.

drcrypt - 2011-09-29
Fabio, the framing device is just film school wankery that adds nothing... well, except for this monologue, which is admittedly pretty rad.
ashtar. - 2011-09-29
The film-within-a-film bit does get up its own ass at times, but the part where the sheriff tries to explain to everyone that 'this isn't real life' and they can 'quit it now', because the audience has been poisoned and there is no one watching, is priceless.
garcet71283 - 2011-09-30
I still don't know if I like this movie or not. But this monologue still comes up in regular conversation...
EvilHomer - 2011-09-30
But... but... there IS a reason why we can't see air! Our eyes only detect light of certain wavelengths, wavelengths that aren't absorbed by the molecules in air. If they didn't, light would never reach our eyes and we wouldn't be able to see anything, rendering our sense of sight useless and thus providing our ancestors none of the evolutionary advantage necessary to selectively develop modern eyes in the first place. Then we'd have to evolve a different set of detection mechanisms- like infra-red eyes, or bat-style super hearing- and then this film fag sheriff would be all asking something like "How come our human-sonar-pings travel through air? NO REASON!"

This movie is rubbish!
JimProfit - 2011-09-30
Oh just watch the movie, dear.

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