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Desc:Rowdy Roddy Piper notices subliminal advertising.
Category:Classic Movies, Horror
Tags:Advertising, They Live, John Carpenter, Roddy Piper
Submitted:Desidiosus
Date:11/08/09
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Comment count is 15
Sundry
Bah! Understandly You Think Highly In regards to Such MOVIE.
THA SUGAH RAIN
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THIS IS YOUR GOD.
well yes, yes it is.
phalsebob
It's the subtlety of this movie that really makes it.
FABIO
Who knew overt messages of consumerism contained covert messages of consumerism?
Rodents of Unusual Size
I, for one, am shocked.

Well, I'm off to not question authority or think independently! As long as the government is okay with that.

godot
I still find it amusing how casually it conflates "MARRY AND REPRODUCE" to the litany of consumer zombie paranoia. John Carpenter is an honorary member of VEHMT for that.

Riskbreaker
This movie is always auto five.
tenten
Agreed.

Camonk
I was JUST telling a friend of mine how utterly badass this movie is, and especially this scene.

This movie, along with his role in It's Always Sunny recently, has me convinced that Roddy Piper is an awesome actor.
Hay Belly
Every time anyone takes off sunglasses in a script it's now called a "Piper."

Camonk
The first draft of every CSI: Miami script has only dozens upon dozens of "Pipers" for direction.

PurpleXVI
Five stars for They Live.
StanleyPain
Ain't love grand?
Urburos
Kind of cool, but the shots of him putting on and taking off glasses gets really old fast.
kingofthenothing
This movie was arguably as good as "Hell Comes To Frogtown."
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