Red Pill Movie Review — Black Sea


Black Sea revolves around a joint Scottish-Russian submarine crew trying to recover a Nazi treasure at the bottom of the Black Sea.  These men are doing it on the sly, which adds considerably to their difficulties.

The movie revolves around Captain Robinson (Jude Law) and his struggles.  He is a veteran sea salvage operator working for a large corporation, which fires him in the first scene.  He receives a tip with respect to a large treasure of gold in the Black Sea , after which he promptly assembles a submarine crew, and off they go.   There are the usual technical impossibilities normally found in movies, but they are not egregious.  If you are a guy who likes guy movies where guys to guy things, then go see it.

There is a clear red pill theme that permeates the flick.  Which is, the present day system screws men who have families, and who want to right by them.

Captain Robinson’s wife divorces him, takes his son, and marries some wealthy man,  The reason that she divorced him — he was too often gone on months long salvage jobs.  That’s it.  Nothing about not providing, cheating, being a poor father, etc.  He is driven by the desire to obtain the treasure in hopes of rectifying this situation.  It does not end well for him; and so in the end from his perspective, the system really did do him in.

There is a Judas character who betrays Captain Robinson for money.  He needed the money for his family.  He obtained it, and then promptly killed himself to atone for his deed.  Chalk up another one for the system.

A young lad joined the crew.  Captain Robinson takes a shine to him.  It is eventually revealed that the lad has a pregnant girlfriend and that he is concerned about his future as a father.  Captain Robinson is determined to help him, with the best way to do so is to see that the lad gets his share.

In the end, the system mostly wins in its effort to destroy the fathers of children.

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25 comments on “Red Pill Movie Review — Black Sea
  1. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    Farm Boy,
    Nazi gold??!! Count me in! It sounds like the “red pill” provides the background for the motivation of many of the characters.

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  2. Yoda says:

    Much better movie than Star Wars prequels this was.

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  3. Spawny Get says:

    Look forward to catching that one, thanks Farm Boy.

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  4. Lon Spector says:

    “Easy Like Sunday Morning” and “Sail On ” by the Commadors, are two great
    MGTOW songs.

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  5. Yoda says:

    The University of California–Berkeley is hosting a lecture about how it is “necessary” to apply gay and transgender studies to agriculture because agriculture is all about reproduction and our food systems will suffer if we don’t.

    So why queer agriculture?,

    Good question this is.

    Cis-cattle dominant for too long they have.

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  6. Yoda says:

    Not promoted this film was.
    Spread the red pill they want not.

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  7. molly says:

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2941963/Police-swoop-45-men-child-sex-grooming-Milestone-operation-sees-suspects-charged-rape-sexual-assault-trafficking.html

    “ABUSE INQUIRY WILL TAKE THREE YEARS: NEW ZEALAND HIGH COURT JUDGE WILL NOT REPORT BACK UNTIL 2018″
    The report under this head is very confusing, could be read as if it’s about Iraq. To clarify: it is about the entire subject of historical child sex abuse incl. Rotherham, Halifax etc.

    I’ve emphasized the parts that astound me:

    “The inquiry will investigate whether public bodies, including governments, political parties, charities, the Church, the BBC, public and private schools and the Armed Forces, failed to protect children.”

    See also http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-31126005

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  8. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    Yoda,
    In matters pertaining to agriculture, UCBerkeley should keep their collective snouts out of it.
    I don’t think that this went over too well at UCDavis.

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  9. molly says:

    The Muslim sex scandal: Sooner or later SWJ, PC, Feminism had to overstep the mark. Is this the time?

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  10. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    Molly,
    I think that the fembots will get a pass on Rotherham. They are not responsible. Their failure is in not condemning what went on.
    What will bring the fembots down will be something like the Rolling Stone/UVa rape hoax. They’ll condemn some celebrity of doing terrible things and it will turn out to be bogus. At that point, the public’s patience will break. We’re almost there.

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  11. Cill says:

    Unfortunately I think Fuzzy is right, that the fembots etc will get a pass:

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-28189858

    Most likely the “Muslim sex scandal” will get buried under claims of pedophilia against the much more acceptable target of white men – notwithstanding the fact that the “Muslim sex scandal” is more horrific and disturbing by far.

    With the assistance of the MSM, the inquiry will indeed give the fembots a pass.

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  12. Yoda says:

    Most likely the “Muslim sex scandal” will get buried under claims of pedophilia against the much more acceptable target of white men

    If one could substitute “Catholic” for “Muslim” happy they would be.

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  13. Cill says:

    “The inquiry will investigate whether public bodies, including governments, political parties, charities, the Church” … not the mosque.

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  14. Cill says:

    … the cover-up of cover-ups has already begun.

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  15. Farm Boy says:

    I went to see Black Sea expecting an adventure movie. I got that. I got a red pill movie also. This was an unexpected and pleasant surprise.

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  16. Cill says:

    We seldom go to the movie theater. I’ve heard the theaters at Whangaparaoa Peninsular are quiet and inexpensive. We might make a mission of it and go there to sip wine while we watch “Black Sea”. Otherwise we’ll wait for the DVD to come out and watch it on my home entertainment system, and sip wine etc. Much of a muchness, really.

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  17. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    I saw Das Boot in the theater and I don’t regret it at all. Watching it in the original German, Power was lost at the height of climatic tension when they were stuck at the bottom of the Starit of Gibraltar.. I got a rain check and came back the next week.

    Years ago, I did see a documentary on submarines. There was a WWW1 Royal Navy seaman interviewed at length. His submarine had gotten past the Turks and into the Black Sea to lay mines. They got back out again too.

    I don’t think too many U-booats were active there in WW2. Plenty of Soviet subs, yes.

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  18. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    Spawny Get,
    Charty goodness! It does look like more of the same.

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  19. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    This is what I came back to the theater to see.

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