Sleep Dealer: the movie, not the GOP debate

Posted in Crazy Weapons, Decline and Fall, Extremism, Psychopath & Sociopath at 12:15 pm by George Smith

Rick Perry would use Predator drones to secure the border. Herman Cain would use alligators and electrical fences. The unemployed and poor could be booed. Before we hit them with guided missiles. (Even Joe Arpaio blanched a little at this today when questioned by Martin Bashir at lunchtime on MSNBC. We can’t give people a death sentence, or something to that effect, he stammered out. Oh, no?)

Anyway, Mr. Rick has missed that boat by at least two years although General Atomics must have certainly been thrilled to hear him say it.

And drones for everything had a hand in inspiring Sleep Dealer, a foreign film with a great premise: Use of drone camera live streaming of people being Hellfire’d in reality entertainment shows in the US, use of Mexican labor to operate robots in America, and US multi-nationals buying up all water in Mexico, gouging for it, and using remote-controlled machine gun posts to kill people trying to steal it.

Sadly, over the course of 90 minutes or so the movie just wasn’t very good.

The trailer makes it seem better which may indicate it could have used a good editing.

Predator drone used in border patrol at 1:45.

Now, The National Anthem would be a great tune to use as part of the soundtrack for a dystopian reality-based movie along the lines of Sleep Dealer. Reality-based because you can’t satirize this country anymore. Anything you think might work at that is already happening.

Anyway, you’d pay to see my idea executed as a movie. I just know it.

Previously on the subject.

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