The Ninth Configuration (1980) – Good movie to watch

31 Jan

In order for life to have appeared spontaneously on earth, there first had to be hundreds of millions of protein molecules of the ninth configuration. But given the size of the planet Earth, do you know how long it would have taken for just one of these protein molecules to appear entirely by chance? Roughly ten to the two hundred and forty-third power billions of years. And I find that far, far more fantastic than simply believing in God.

Col. Vincent Kane – The Ninth Configuration (1980)

DVD Cover

DVD Cover


Why are we here? Is there a God? What is insanity? What is normal? What is up and what is down? I have a suprise for you; This movie doesnt answer any of these questions, but it ask them and forces the viewer to ask them to0.

The Ninth Configuration (1980) is a good movie to watch and is called the true sequel to The Exorcist by the writer of the book, and the script and director of the movie the Exorcist (1973) William Peter Blatty. So if you hated the The Excorist 2 (1977) then you should watch this one. And if you didnt hate the The Excorist 2* then you also should watch this one.

Its a surreal movie with fun parts, dark parts, and plain strange parts where its unclear whats what. The Ninth Configuration gets AndyAce83´s Seal of Approval. It may be a bit artsy-fartsy, but it pays off.

Blog 2.0 - Maybe we're just fish out of water?

Blog 2.0 – Maybe we’re just fish out of water?

(The Excorist 2 isnt that bad it just is bad in comparing with the greatness that is The Excorist)

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