Apollo Moon Landing : Conspiracy Claptrap

by duncanr

Some folk have way too much time on their hands

This laughable ‘analysis’ of Stanley Kubrick’s film ‘The Shining’ as a vehicle conveying the message that the USA lunar landing was faked reveals the convoluted thought processes of conspiracy theorists, determined to interpret events to fit their preconceived convictions

6 Responses to “Apollo Moon Landing : Conspiracy Claptrap”

  1. That’s somewhat long, though hilarious, I’m sure.

    Jack Nicholson’s performance in “The Shining” is one of the best of any actor I’ve ever seen. And Kubrick’s “The Shining” is the only film I’ve ever seen as hilarious as it is terrifying. I consider it one of the best films ever made.


    • Couldn’t resist watching part of it. Actually, it’s quite perceptive. But an analytical mind can be over-analytical–can “hallucinate”, seeing things that aren’t there. Or if they are there, they can simply be coincidence. It would be interesting to hear what Kubrick has to say about this.


  2. I watched a couple of minutes, and gave up with a heavy sigh when the idiot presenter stated that Nicholson’s character was representing Kubrick himself because he had black hair, was idiosyncratic and smoked Marlboro ciggies.

    I have better things to do with my day than watch half an hour of such self-indulgent crap.


  3. Oh shit…that is too long…don’t they have a highlight reel



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