A Scanner Darkly – Comic Book Review

18 Jul


A Scanner Darkly

That comic was a quick review of “A Scanner Darkly” I did while bored.

*spoilers*

Movie Plot
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A hippy living in a house full of meth addicts finds out that his roomates conspire against him; one roomate is actually a terrorist running guns and goes to the police to inform against him (falsely) the other is out to get his GF. And hif Gf, by the way, is actually a NARC!!! And Guess who else is a Narc? yes, our hippy main character! And his meth addiction was done on purpose by his NARC GF so he could go to rehab, and rehab centers are actually a FRONT for manafacturing and distributing the drug! His NARC GF and the police (who of course, bugged every room in his house with invisible cameras) made him into an addict so he could inflitrate the Recovery Centers!!

And remember, he was also a NARC but didn’t realize it.

That is not a good movie’ or good plot or good writing. That is merely the lunatic, meth-induced psychosis paranoid delusions from a meth addict, Phillip K. Dick. Utter trash. The movie serves only to remind everyone why Meth is one of the worst and most dangerous recreational drugs on earth.

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4 Responses to “A Scanner Darkly – Comic Book Review”

  1. hardluckrapture July 18, 2006 at 3:50 pm #

    if you really made this, then i’m converting you to homoisim and keeping you in a jar above my bed.
    I finished listening to the audio book of SD in blind anticipation of the movie. needless to say i’m glad bit torrents are free, and Waking Life is tragic pretensious foreshadowing.

    • bboyneko July 18, 2006 at 3:54 pm #

      i made it, but what do you mean by homoism and the jar thing? Im confused.

      • hardluckrapture July 18, 2006 at 9:37 pm #

        1. through a process called ‘fagging’ we make you thrirst for cock, thus making you one of our own, then flog you with man sex.
        2. We shrink you and put you in a jar and place upon my headboard.

  2. asharak July 18, 2006 at 4:50 pm #

    Pwahahahaha! Yeah, Philip K. Dick was/is overrated.

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