Skip to comments.Hot Trailer: Spielberg’s ‘Lincoln’
Posted on 09/14/2012 6:19:08 AM PDT by brwnsuga
DreamWorks and 20th Century Fox this afternoon premiered the trailer for Lincoln, which opens November 9:
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Looks wonderful! Wow!
Does Spielberg have him killing vampires?
This does look good. However, I didn’t see him kill one vampire in that whole trailer! ;-) Just kidding. I look forward to seeing it.
Most annoying trailer I have ever seen. The fading was way overdone. Based on that, I do not wish to see this movie. Too bad, as the movie may actually be worth seeing, but you never get a second chance to make a first impression.
Where’s his crossbow?
lots of previews making people feel sympathetic towards blacks going into the election
obvious political propaganda is... obvious
Dreamworks...that would be Jeffrey Katzenberg, Obama bundler to the tune of 6.6 million. Why would I want to financially support his company?
I wish he would do “Washington.” The man, not the city.
Steven Spielberg Advised Obama Camp on Bain Capital Attacks Against Romney
Messina also met with Hollywood titan Steven Spielberg. Except this time he wasnt looking for tech tips he wanted advice on how to hit Mitt Romney on Bain Capital.
Yes, Jim Messina actually took advice from the guy who thought Artificial Intelligence, Hook, Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, and 1941 were good ideas.
Okay, thats unfair. We know Steven Spielberg has some solid classics under his belt. Were just trying to figure out why the Bain attacks seem to be backfiring so magnificently.
Maybe because the genius who brought us Rufio was involved
At DreamWorks Studios, Steven Spielberg spent three hours explaining how to capture an audiences attention and offered a number of ideas that will be rolled out before Election Day. An early example of Spielbergs influence is RomneyEconomics.com, a website designed by the Obama team to tell the story a horror story, by their reckoning of Mitt Romneys career at Bain Capital, Businessweek reports.
Afterward, Spielberg insisted that Messina sit down with the DreamWorks marketing team. Hollywood movie studios are expert, as presidential campaigns also must be, at spending huge sums over a few weeks to reach and motivate millions of Americans, the report adds.
I could care less who this leftist trash makes a movie about. I will not waste one conservative dime on an obama loving jerk. Spielberg can give to obama, but then he expects Republicans and Conservatives to add to his coffers. He can take a flying kiss at my fanny!!
Lincoln could have cared less about the plight of the slaves. As a matter of fact he wanted to ship them back to Africa. The movie is based on the works of leftwing historian Doris Kerns Goodwin, a known serial plagerizer.
Will not see it. I am actively refusing to go see movies that are made/starred in big Dem Supporters. Time to hit them in the pocketbook.
A favorite guest on NBC's "Meet the Press."
Given what we know about the producers (Steven Spielberg, Jeffrey Katzenberg) and their support of Obama, I would expect subliminal messages to elect Obama to be inserted into the film.
Leftists are good at rewriting history..in rheir favor. I can’t wait to see the legacy they leave O’Dumbo.
yes...a common thread amongst leftists
I too could care less about more Abe myth making...a realistic appraisal might be interesting
but many here will soak it up..Beck will slather over it as will likely Levin...the rare area I diverge with him
I had this confused with “The Hobbit”. Everyone appears dressed as if they’re from the Shire.
Vampires are sooo last year. This year is all about zombies.
First Sherlock Holmes became a superhero. Now Lincoln looses the reins of reality. (Some might argue he did that in ‘65).
What’s next? Obama in the Night of the Living Dead? (Flesh-eating undead Repugnicans rushing to the polls?)
Levin is a coward and a fraud.
***As a matter of fact he wanted to ship them back to Africa.***
Many do not realize that there were many riots by FREE MEN in the early 1800s. They were protesting an attempt to ship them back to AFRICA, a land in which they had no contact with. They considered the USA the land of their birth.
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