Movie Review – Ghetto Physics – Will the Real Pimps and Hos Please Stand Up?
Movie Review – Ghetto Physics – Will the Real Pimps and Hos Please Stand Up? I had the most wonderful opportunity to review a new movie by William Arntz and Raymond E. Brown called Ghetto Physics: Will the Real Pimps and Hos Please Stand Up?
William is the Director of the award winning independent film, What the Bleep Do We Know? Released in 2004. What the Bleep Do We know was the first mainstream movie covering the topic of metaphysics.
About a month ago I reached What the Bleep Do We Know on DVD. I was blown away (again) by its high quality film making, creativity, and trajectory. The ability to weave a traditional narrative film with documentary film making and multiple animation story lines was phenomenal. Through the main character’s eyes we witness over and over again that what happens in our inner self is duplicated and experienced by our outer self.
The viewer learns, there is no ‘OUT THERE’ out there.
Ghetto Physics: Will the Real Pimps and Hos Please Stand Up? is like a class tutorial for the common man which focuses on the same inner and outer self-construct from What the Bleep. Yet, Artnz dropped all the science stuff and focuses his audience on the power of the mind. Self-empowerment. The inner game.
To focus a point, the movie’s setting is inside an inner city high school classroom. But this classroom tutorial goes even deeper than that.
Also demonstrates the self-empowerment concept within the construct of “the other.” What does your inner game look like as it interacts with the inner game of another person? Your marriage? Your family? Your culture? Your media?
People everywhere often refer to human relationships and systems as “a game.” And most see themselves as powerless, helpless, and a victim of the game(s).
So what does the relationship between the inner game and the outer game look like? Is it definable?
The primary lesson for your ghetto physics is to sacrifice you mentally and to see your powerful self in any context, or context of the game. Master and slave, rich and poor, powerful and powerful, parents and children, aggressive and ineligible, corporation and individual, and pimp and others. We learn that throughout history the game never changes, only the players do.
Finally, GHETTO PHYSICS installs us a LANGUAGE frame in which we can understand our world instantly, its impact on us, and our relationship with it.
There is also an action. Parallel WAKE UP Message.
By the end of the movie, the viewer has not only learned the concept of paragraph shift but has also tested their paragraph changes. And the imbued language frame for the paradigm shift is so simple, direct and brilliant.
Pimp and Ho.
The movie left me inspired, educated, and empowered.
I saw right Riaz after seeing the ghetto physics. Back resignation ideas displayed within many frames were astonishing. For example, it can not be said about a residential physics, it will have to experience a township business.