Top Actors/Actresses: Nicolas Cage, Sarah Lind (😍), Hugh Dillon, Jakob Davies, and Vicellous SHannon
Time: 94 minutes
I loved this movie, and it actually gave me chills. I should probably let you know this isn’t a true movie review. Sometimes when I watch a movie I like and consider good, it usually awakens something in me, resonates with me, or gets the wheels turning. The Humanity Bureau did all three.
The movie takes place post-food shortage, post-economic collapse, post-modern civil war, and post-total breakdown. The government gave up and turned the reins over to a corporation that’s monitoring and controlling the people of America. Walls were built all around the country to close off the borders. Citizens had to produce and be considered an asset just to stay in a dirty dwelling with contaminated water. If you were unproductive, The Humanity Bureau would take you to a new colony know as New Eden.
That’s all I’m going to tell you about the movie. You really need to watch it for yourself, and I’m not going to ruin that for you.
My thoughts: Anytime someone mentions building walls and or securing a border, I always wonder, is it to stop people from coming in, or prevent the people inside from leaving. In this movie it was the latter. In reality it does both. I’m not going to argue that what took place in the movie is happening in real life, because….it was just a movie.
BUT, I’m starting to see a common thread.
Anyone who prevents you from living your life and pursuing liberty and freedom is an enemy. Everyone in that movie told Nicolas cage he would never make it out of the current situation. They gave every reason; the radiation was too high, the people out there will rape and kill you, you’re not going to make it because no one ever does, etc. etc.
Anyone who infringes on your God-given freedom is your enemy. Be extremely wary of the people who are forcing you to do something.
Have a good evening and a blessed day tomorrow!