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What Makes Gamer So Appealing To Our Generation

In my opinion, Neveldine and Taylor’s film Gamer has an overwhelmingly solid connection to Donna Haraway’s “A Manifesto for Cyborgs.” Gamer is not only a strong representation of a post-human society and cyborgs, as Haraway’s essay is as well, but it also portrays a … Continue reading

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A Gamer Manifesto

I thought an interesting moment in Gamer was towards the end, when Castle revealed that his ultimate goal is for his nanites to control all of humanity by having the ability to send commands to whomever he feels like controlling, … Continue reading

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Gamer, not a game at all

A futuristic society completely controlled by media seems far-fetched but in Mark Neveldine and Brian Taylor’s film Gamer it becomes very clear, through the “games” of “Society” and “Slayers,” a modern society can become subject to the possibilities of one … Continue reading

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