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His reviews were like great works of art; the words just came flowing out of his mouth, all well-chosen and aimed with the accuracy of an Exocet missile. He could take the most mundane picture and rip it to shreds in a few seconds. For instance, he said that 'Table For Five' screenwriter David Seltzer "lacked the fizz of his better-known brother Alka". John Lydon better known as 'Johnny Rotten' of The Sex Pistols made a film called 'Copkiller' and Barry said he "sounded like a speak-your-weight machine that had been programmed by E.

Wisty" a comic character created by Peter Cook who spoke only in monotone.

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Sylvester Stallone came in for a Bazza bruising when the 'Rambo' films went on release. The film director Cecil B. Not even God managed that! I did not agree with all his opinions - he was much too kind to Peter Greenaway for instance, and overpraised the work of Robert Altman and Woody Allen, yet came down hard on horror films.

He raved about Brian De Palma's 'Dressed To Kill' when it opened, yet later recanted, describing it as 'luridly distasteful'. Ah well, we have all changed our minds at one time or other. One problem I had with the show had nothing to do with Barry. Some of the flicks he raved about were nowhere to be found outside of London, and by the time they made it here I had forgotten what they were about, and what he thought of them, and went to see 'Zombie Flesh Eaters' instead.

But none could hold a clapperboard to Barry and it came as a relief to see him back a year or so later. Inhe left the B. It turned out to be the worst change of channels made by anyone since Simon Dee defected to L. Harari swashbuckles through these vast and intricate matters in a way that is — at its best — engaging and informative.

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It's a neat thought that "we did not domesticate wheat. It was a bad bargain: More often than not it brought a worse diet, longer hours of work, greater risk of starvation, crowded living conditions, greatly increased susceptibility to disease, new forms of insecurity and uglier forms of hierarchy.

Harari thinks we may have been better off in the stone age, and he has powerful things to say about the wickedness of factory farming, concluding with one of his many superlatives: He accepts the common view that the fundamental structure of our emotions and desires hasn't been touched by any of these revolutions: The consumption of pornography is another good example.

It's just like overeating: He is sanguine about its eventual success. But amortality isn't immortality, because it will always be possible for us to die by violence, and Harari is plausibly sceptical about how much good it will do us.

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As amortals, we may become hysterically and disablingly cautious Larry Niven develops the point nicely in his description of the "Puppeteers" in the Ringworld science fiction novels. The deaths of those we love may become far more terrible.

We may come to feel what Philip Larkin felt: Harari draws on well-known research that shows that a person's happiness from day to day has remarkably little to do with their material circumstances. Certainly money can make a difference — but only when it lifts us out of poverty. After that, more money changes little or nothing. If we had an infallible "happyometer", and toured Orange County and the streets of Kolkata, it's not clear that we would get consistently higher readings in the first place than in the second.

This point about happiness is a persistent theme in Sapiens. When Arthur Brooks head of the conservative American Enterprise Institute made a related point in the New York Times in Julyhe was criticised for trying to favour the rich and justify income inequality. The criticism was confused, for although current inequalities of income are repellent, and harmful to all, the happiness research is well confirmed.

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This doesn't, however, prevent Harari from suggesting that the lives lived by sapiens today may be worse overall than the lives they lived 15, years ago. Much of Sapiens is extremely interesting, and it is often well expressed. As one reads on, however, the attractive features of the book are overwhelmed by carelessness, exaggeration and sensationalism.

Never mind his standard and repeated misuse of the saying "the exception proves the rule" it means that exceptional or rare cases test and confirm the rule, because the rule turns out to apply even in those cases.