Godzilla or Hitler?
What do you think, who's more dangerous Godzilla or Hitler?share
He's just a Clown.
Godzilla or Hitler?
Darn - in that case I can't help you out! Haven't seen enough Godzilla to allow myself to judge that...
However, it should be fair to agree on the fact that the world would have been better off without any of the people mentioned in our previous posts.
PS: Given too much power even the most retarded clown can be a very dangerous person!
*beep* just because it's a german movie doesn't mean that it's got anything to do with hitler and nazis! you bloddy us-american pricks!
(please, take this reply serious!! ... hm ... shouldn't have said this, if this troll should've worked, should i?)
The Question is from the Movie. The little Sister of Florian Lukas chracter asks hin: "Wer ist gefährlicher? Godzilla oder Hitler?" And he replys: "Hitler." So this movie has got to do something with Hitler. And I think this is a good discussion to lead about nazis in a movie.
By the Way: I'm not American "und ich bin kein deutsches Nazischwein" (Monty Pythons Flying Circus).
"If you should encounter god on your way, god will be cut."
there are two questions about hitler in this movie. first, riccos little sis asks him about if godzilla or hitler was more dangerous, and then later in the bar, after the barkeep asks them what was wrong, the drunks in the bar start to talk about hitler, that he was a vegetarian and the german people themselves were responsible for the 3rd reich.
but still, this shouldnt represent germany or hamburg in any way. we remember our past, but we dont spend all our time talking about hitler.. he is dead for 60 years now, so please stop connecting actual germany with hitler all the time (thats a topic that should appear in a dialogue, maybe in one of my films one day)...
regards from the nicest harbour of hamburg city, germany.
Calm down, guys, and don't forget it's a satirical movie.
So, of course it represents (or in fact caricatures) the typical world view of little kids and the typical middle-class wish-wash at the bar. That's the clichés people in Hamburg and elsewhere live with.
In Germany you almost can't make a single step, neither to your favorite bar nor to your own home without being involved with- sometimes quite bizarre -talks about the 3rd-Reich subject, that's what the movie is making fun of.
That's true. However, I just watched the movie again and Hitler respectively the Third Reich was referenced *THRICE* in the movie:
1) His little sis asking "who is worse, Hitler or Godzilla?"
2) The drunks in the bar talking about Hitler
3) The guy in the disco lavatory selling videos: He had porn and nazi movies
Okay, 1) was just a funny remark and doesn't mean anything. 2) Was just meant as a random display of the typical nonsense that those losers that frequent bars like this regularily talk ("Stammtischpolitiker"), could have been anything else smattering. And 3) ... I don't know, I think it was just there for the joke with the final tape (the play with words where the title could either refer to nazi propaganda or coprophilia). But all three of them are too much for just one movie that takes place in just one day and night. That's waaaay too common compared to everyday real life here in Hamburg.