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  • (Dennis) Hopper Evolves From Rebel to Republican

    10/27/2005 12:34:54 PM PDT · by Simmy2.5 · 9 replies · 9,000+ views
    Zap2it ^ | Wednesday, October 26 12:02 PM | By Kate O'Hare
    LOS ANGELES (Zap2it.com) Back in the 1960s, when Dennis Hopper was directing his counterculture classic "Easy Rider," he could never have imagined himself playing a colonel and former Green Beret, which he does on NBC's Wednesday military drama "E-Ring," produced by Jerry Bruckheimer. "People always say to me, 'Are you playing a bad guy?'" Hopper jokes, sitting in the living room of his industrial-modern house in Venice, Calif., an imposing corrugated-metal-sheathed structure filled with pieces from his large modern-art collection. "Somebody said the other night, '"From Easy Rider to E-Ring",' that should be the name of my autobiography.' It is...
  • San Pedro filmmakers showcase a conservative Hollywood [LIBERTY FILM FESTIVAL starts FRIDAY 10/21]

    10/20/2005 7:33:25 AM PDT · by RonDog · 18 replies · 1,271+ views
    www.dailybreeze.com ^ | October 20, 2005 | Nick Green
    Thursday, October 20, 2005 SP filmmakers showcase a conservative Hollywoodarts: Mostly unknown movies are on the bill for this weekend's Liberty Film Festival in West Hollywood.By Nick Green Daily Breeze "We the Living," a rarely seen 1942 Italian black-and-white film based on a book by teen-favorite novelist Ayn Rand, tells the tale of two young lovers who fight against conformity in communist Russia. A series of Kurdish shorts from the inaugural Iraqi Film Festival -- film production was virtually banned under the tyranny of former president Saddam Hussein -- explores the rejection of violence and terrorism.And "Brainwashing 201: The...
  • Where Conservative Film is Now

    10/07/2005 5:50:27 AM PDT · by Crackingham · 8 replies · 684+ views
    Townhall ^ | 10/7/5 | Jason Apuzzo
    Twenty months after Mel Gibson's "The Passion" took the nation's box office by storm, what progress have conservatives actually made in challenging liberal hegemony in Hollywood? Is it any easier today for a conservative-themed film to make its way down the studio pipeline than it was in early 2004? The answer to this question must be a resounding 'no.' Based on projects recently greenlit by the major studios - including a host of films openly dismissive of the War on Terror - one might argue that Hollywood is drifting even further left than it was in 2004, when films like...
  • Mr. Hopper, 'debonair, sophisticated' Republican

    08/31/2005 3:53:19 PM PDT · by Fintan · 14 replies · 367+ views
    Philadelphia Inquirer ^ | 08/29/.5 | Gail Shister
          LOS ANGELES - Dennis Hopper is a Republican."People would be surprised to know that," says Hopper, maverick star and director of the '69 hippie-stoners-on-bikes classic, Easy Rider, in a recent interview."I've been a Republican since Reagan. I voted for Bush and his father. I don't tell a lot of people, because I live in a city where somebody who voted for Bush is really an outcast."One of Hollywood's legendary enfants terribles, Hopper, 69, is so straight now it's almost scary.He's been sober for 22 years. He plays golf. He wears suits and ties. And now he's...
  • HUMAN EVENTS Conservative Spotlight: Liberty Film Festival [LOS ANGELES, October 21-23, 2005]

    08/24/2005 11:31:38 PM PDT · by RonDog · 14 replies · 750+ views
    www.humaneventsonline.com ^ | August 24, 2005 | Katie Farber
    Conservative Spotlight: Liberty Film Festivalby Katie FarberPosted Aug 24, 2005It is commonly assumed that Hollywood, from directors to actors, is liberal. The Liberty Film Festival, set to take place October 21-23, is an annual event that aims to debunk this myth. Started last year, the Liberty Film Festival, co-founded and co-directed by Jason Apuzzo and Govindini Murty, is Hollywood’s first and only conservative film festival. It seeks to give prominence to talented filmmakers who cannot get their work shown within the existing Hollywood system, as well as to educate the public on films from a conservative perspective through commentary on...
  • Hollywood Flick About Rush Limbaugh? (Excerpt from "Help I'm A H'wood Republican)

    08/24/2005 2:10:48 AM PDT · by Recovering_Democrat · 20 replies · 1,213+ views
    Jewish Press.com ^ | 8/18 | Robert J. Avrech
    Script #2. I have been hired to write a bio-pic about a very famous Republican talk-show host. A man who has revolutionized the radio format. I decide that I’m going to be up front with the studio executives. “I’m not going to assassinate this man,” I explain. “If that’s what you want, get another writer.” “No, no, we want you to do it because you have such a good feel for character. Just be honest.” I’m a moron. I believe them. I go off and write the script. I hand it in and walk into a firestorm of a meeting....
  • Help! I`m A Hollywood Republican!

    08/23/2005 6:54:32 PM PDT · by Mike10542 · 34 replies · 1,297+ views
    Jewish Press ^ | August 18, 2005 | Robert J. Avrech
    Help! I`m A Hollywood Republican! Posted 8/18/2005 By Robert J. Avrech I am a Hollywood screenwriter. I have written feature films, episodic television, movies for network and cable. An Emmy Award for the screenplay for my film “The Devil’s Arithmetic” sits over the fireplace in our living room. I have won numerous awards and I have, thank God, made a good living in Hollywood. For an Orthodox boy from Brooklyn raised during the 60’s and 70’s, when all my classmates were bred to be doctors, dentists and accountants, I was obsessed — unnaturally so — with the movies. For a...
  • Help! I`m A Hollywood Republican!

    08/21/2005 1:43:43 PM PDT · by kiriath_jearim · 13 replies · 457+ views
    The Jewish Press ^ | 8/18/05 | Robert J. Avrech
    Help! I`m A Hollywood Republican! Posted 8/18/2005 By Robert J. Avrech I am a Hollywood screenwriter. I have written feature films, episodic television, movies for network and cable. An Emmy Award for the screenplay for my film “The Devil’s Arithmetic” sits over the fireplace in our living room. I have won numerous awards and I have, thank God, made a good living in Hollywood. For an Orthodox boy from Brooklyn raised during the 60’s and 70’s, when all my classmates were bred to be doctors, dentists and accountants, I was obsessed — unnaturally so — with the movies. For a...
  • Help! I'm a Hollywood Republican!

    08/21/2005 6:00:12 PM PDT · by alan alda · 48 replies · 1,122+ views
    The Jewish Press ^ | Robert J. Avrech
    Help! I`m A Hollywood Republican! By Robert J. Avrech I am a Hollywood screenwriter. I have written feature films, episodic television, movies for network and cable. An Emmy Award for the screenplay for my film “The Devil’s Arithmetic” sits over the fireplace in our living room. I have won numerous awards and I have, thank God, made a good living in Hollywood. For an Orthodox boy from Brooklyn raised during the 60’s and 70’s, when all my classmates were bred to be doctors, dentists and accountants, I was obsessed — unnaturally so — with the movies. For a considerable period...
  • Dennis Hopper: The ride just gets easier (Onetime hell-raiser now plays golf and votes Bush)

    08/16/2005 11:04:54 AM PDT · by WestTexasWend · 67 replies · 2,333+ views
    Belfast TelegraphDigital ^ | 16 August 2005 | By James Mottram
    As an unexpected shower cascades outside, Dennis Hopper walks into the hotel dining-room as if the sun has just burst through the clouds. Wearing jeans, a tie and a powder-blue jacket, he has a huge cigar wedged in his mouth - one of the few vices left to a man who, at his worst, consumed half a gallon of rum, 28 beers and three grams of cocaine a day. Looking more like a movie mogul than the counterculture icon of Easy Rider, he is in celebratory mood. "This is my 50th year in the film business," he announces, his grey...
  • Hollywood For Liberty

    08/11/2005 10:40:51 AM PDT · by jb6 · 17 replies · 1,567+ views
    The photos aren't showing up for some reason, but go here to see them: Fort Liberty Actors Charleton Heston Charleton was ranked #28 in Empire (UK) magazine's "The Top 100 Movie Stars of All Time" list. Charleton is the Co-chairman of the American Air Museum in Britain. Charleton was elected First Vice-President of the NRA in 1997 and was elected President in 1998, 1999, 2000, and 2001. Charleton was President of the Screen Actors Guild from 1966 to 1971. Charleton volunteered his time and effort to the Civil Rights movement in the 1960s, and marched alongside the Rev. Dr. Martin...
  • The Liberty Film Festival/LIBERTAS in The NY Times [Page 1 of the Arts & Leisure section, 6/26/05]

    06/27/2005 2:09:04 AM PDT · by RonDog · 25 replies · 931+ views
    www.libertyfilmfestival.com/LIBERTAS ^ | June 26, 2005 | Jason Apuzzo
    6/26/2005 The Liberty Film Festival/LIBERTAS in The NY TimesFiled under: GeneralLIBERTAS in the News— Jason @ 12:34 pm Be sure to check out today’s NY Times article on Page 1 of the Arts & Leisure section on the new conservative film movement. Reporter James Ulmer did a nice job on the piece - in large part because he got the players right, and really captured some of the personalities. There are a few points Govindini and I made in the article that bear repeating - because they come up so often on our discussions in this subject. First of...
  • On the Right Side of the Theater Aisle - The NY Times Liberty Film Festival

    06/27/2005 12:14:40 AM PDT · by DoctorZIn · 3 replies · 414+ views
    NY Times ^ | 6.26.2005 | DoctorZin
    By JAMES ULMER An Excerpt: Published: June 26, 2005 LOS ANGELESTHE film producer Stephen K. Bannon isn't just on a crusade. He's on a roll. "Look at Feb. 25, 2004 - a watershed week for the Hollywood right," he said in his Santa Monica office while scribbling a circle around the word "Lord" on his whiteboard. "On Ash Wednesday, 'The Passion of the Christ' is released theatrically, and on Sunday, 'Lord of the Rings' - a great Christian allegory - wins 11 Academy Awards. So here you have Sodom and Gomorrah bowing to the great Christian God, and did...
  • The Culture’s Animating Values - (directors, producers see family-friendly themes on the rise)

    06/09/2005 3:16:04 PM PDT · by CHARLITE · 9 replies · 403+ views
    ACTON.ORG ^ | JUNE 9, 2005 | Rev. Robert A. Sirico, Acton President
    The conventional Hollywood wisdom has long held that religious and family-friendly movies are not high earners. But this wisdom is beginning to wane in the face of recent theater trends. The five top-grossing movies so far this year are rated either PG or PG-13, and all of them have surpassed the $100 million mark. Two of last year’s top 5, Shrek 2 and The Incredibles, were PG-rated animated films. This kind of success is causing executives to rethink their standard fare. Family-friendly movies, especially animated ones, have brought people to the movies who haven’t gone in years. And they will...
  • Casting Call for the 'Anti-Arnold'

    06/08/2005 9:33:25 AM PDT · by echoBoomer · 13 replies · 633+ views
    LA Times ^ | June 8, 2005 | ANDRÉS MARTINEZ:
    Ronald Reagan. Arnold Schwarzenegger. Fred Thompson. Sonny Bono. That guy on the Love Boat. It drives Democrats batty that so many Hollywood luminaries, who are supposed to be their people, have gone on to become successful Republican politicians. For California Democrats, it's especially galling to face a celebrity deficit when taking on Arnold, which is why many party activists wish one of their own Hollywood heavyweights would run for governor in 2006. Rob Reiner is mentioned as a possible white knight, and Warren Beatty can't give a speech without being asked to put up or shut up, or being called...
  • Right fights back

    06/07/2005 1:45:04 PM PDT · by Pikamax · 49 replies · 1,783+ views
    Hollywood Reporter ^ | 06/07/05 | Paul Bond
    Right fights back Conservative filmmakers struggle to make their voices heard amid what they call a hostile Hollywood environment. By Paul Bond Between the lines Forget about whether Fox's "Star Wars: Episode III -- Revenge of the Sith" contains vague attacks on the Bush administration -- there are plenty of less-nuanced examples of antagonism toward Republicans in mainstream movies. So says a new breed of politically conservative filmmakers who, tired of waiting for Hollywood executives to give 'em a break, are creating companies to make and distribute their Republican-friendly works. And lest there be doubt about their political agenda, they...
  • Mark Goddard May Run Against Ted Kennedy

    05/01/2005 9:22:26 AM PDT · by Brainhose · 37 replies · 1,120+ views
    Lake Titicaca | Today | Brainhose
    Saturday I had the good fortune of meeting Mark Goddard the former actor best known for his roles in Lost In Space and Johnny Ringo and many others at a local collectibles show. For the last 30 years or so he's been a teacher in Massachusetts, he is very conservative, very smart and very well spoken. He said that he was thinking about running against Ted Kennedy. I encouraged him and volunteered to help his possible campaign. I don't know how to contact him directly, but I bet if you send e-mails to howiecarr@wrko.com he will get them since he...
  • SUPERSTAR HOLLYWOOD CONSERVATIVES Charlton Heston

    03/10/2005 3:18:06 AM PST · by Liz · 19 replies · 1,046+ views
    THE OSCAR SITE ^ | Baseline's Encyclopedia of Film
    Charlton Heston (1924 - ) Biography from Baseline's Encyclopedia of Film Born Charles Carter in Evanston, IL; educated at Northwestern University. Commanding male lead, a one-person Hollywood trek through the pages of world history and a forceful, Republican vision of a world in which America always wins. An acting student at Northwestern, Charlton Heston first acted on film in a student production of PEER GYNT (1941). After WW II service, he and wife Lydia Clarke worked as models in New York and ran a theatre in Asheville, NC, before Heston found success on Broadway in Katherine Cornell's production of Antony...
  • Not All Hollywood Actors Are Anti-American, Gary Sinise Stands Tall

    01/26/2005 7:30:50 PM PST · by stayout · 89 replies · 6,882+ views
    The Malibu Times ^ | 1/20/2005 | stayout
    Here's an interesting news item from our local paper here about Gary Sinise, a real stand-up guy: Gary Sinise to perform for Operation Iraqi Children benefit Sinise was inspired to start the charity, Operation Iraqi Children, after a USO tour of Iraq, during which he visited with Iraqi school children. The Lt. Dan Band, named after Sinise's role in the film "Forrest Gump," will perform a benefit concert Jan. 30 at The Canyon Club in Agoura Hills to raise money for the organization founded by Sinise. By Bridget Graham-Gungoren/Special to The Malibu Times The role of Lt. Dan in the...
  • Dennis Hopper Dissed at Presidential Party

    01/21/2005 5:19:46 PM PST · by ambrose · 260 replies · 5,747+ views
    Fox ^ | 1/21
    Dennis Hopper should be hopping mad, some Hollywood actors said this week. Hopper, who organized The Creative Coalition's Ball after the Ball Thursday night as part of the activities surrounding President Bush's inauguration, apparently got a surprise phone call from the Presidential Inaugural Committee Wednesday night - telling him not to come to his own party. "I feel terrible that the White House inaugural committee that invited Dennis decided to disinvite him," "Sopranos" actor Joe Pantoliano told reporters at the event, where the entertainment - aside from mingling with some of Tinseltown's stars - was singer Macy Gray. Hopper reportedly...
  • A Conservative Answer to Michael Moore

    01/21/2005 12:49:16 PM PST · by WestVirginiaRebel · 11 replies · 890+ views
    New York Sun ^ | 01-20-05 | WestVirginiaRebel
    Evan Coyne Maloney, 32, who dresses and looks like a college student, may very well be America's most promising conservative documentary filmmaker. Yet the Upper East Side resident hasn't completed a single film.The hype unaccompanied by output says a lot about the room for growth in the conservative documentary community. But a number of those on the right expect Mr. Maloney's unfinished debut film, "Brainwashing 101," to emerge as a breakout theatrical hit-or at least make it to theaters, a feat few films of its political ilk have managed to achieve.
  • Moore is in the line of Clint's ire

    01/13/2005 9:16:30 AM PST · by pikecountyrepublican · 122 replies · 3,766+ views
    New York Daily News ^ | 1/13/2005 | Lloyd Grove
    Clint Eastwood squinted like Dirty Harry Tuesday night as he took aim at Michael Moore. "Michael Moore and I actually have a lot in common - we both appreciate living in a country where there's free expression," Eastwood told the star-dotted crowd attending the National Board of Review awards dinner at Tavern on the Green, where Eastwood picked up a Special Filmmaking Achievement prize for "Million Dollar Baby." Then, the Republican-leaning actor/director advised the lefty filmmaker: "But, Michael, if you ever show up at my front door with a camera - I'll kill you." The audience erupted in laughter, and...
  • List of Republican celebrities

    01/01/2005 2:57:11 AM PST · by bad company · 36 replies · 81,438+ views
    Hank Aaron Danny Aiello Troy Aikman Buzz Aldrin Kim Alexis Joan Allen Greg Anthony Neil Armstrong Stephen Baldwin Ernie Banks Charles Barkley John Perry Barlow Rick Barry Jeff "Skunk" Baxter Bill Belichick James Belushi Yogi Berra Jerome Bettis Craig Biggio Clint Black Pat Boone Mike Bossy Bobby Bowden Bruce Boxleitner Ralph Branca Delta Burke Debbie Brannigan Wilford Brimley Morgan Brittany Jim Bunning Dean Cain Drew Carey Belinda Carlisle Steve Carlton Harry Carson Dixie Carter Nancy Cartwright Emma Caulfield James Caviezel Brandi Chastain Gary Cherone Tom Clancy Mary Higgins Clark Roger Clemens Van Cliburn Robert Conrad Alice Cooper Anderson Cooper Kevin...
  • Republicans in Hollywood Documentary on AMC. Check it out

    12/28/2004 7:27:45 AM PST · by Brainhose · 2 replies · 281+ views
    Today | Brainhose
    The AMC channel is running a great documentary called "Republicans In Hollywood". It was filmed by a "Registered Democrat" but was very fair and very well done.Keep your eyes out for it.
  • We Shall Overcome (Bush GOP partisans come out from hiding in Hollywood and Malibu.)

    12/05/2004 11:45:21 PM PST · by nickcarraway · 88 replies · 2,879+ views
    The American Prowler ^ | 12/6/2004 | Ben Stein
    The man at the Christmas tree tent in Malibu kept winking at me and nodding when no one else was looking. I smiled and kept looking at the trees. (In Malibu, we Jews have Christmas trees.) Finally, he motioned to me to come over to is table. He cupped his hand over his mouth and took my hand. "We won," he said. "We won." I knew exactly what he meant. "You can talk about it," I said. "This is America." "Yes, but it's also Malibu and I don't want people yelling at me." A few minutes later, I was grabbing...
  • TOP TEN WAYS HOLLYWOOD'S SUCKING UP TO GWB (now says Joe McCarthy was not a bad guy after all)

    11/29/2004 12:00:36 AM PST · by Liz · 32 replies · 1,902+ views
    11/29/04 | COPYRIGHT 2004 USE WITH PERMISSION
    10. Moguls start fielding story pitches from Jerry Falwell. 9. Will rename Rodeo Drive Wal-Mart Place. 8. Put out statement that Joe McCarthy was not a bad guy after all. 7. Reissuing Ten Commandments film. 6. It's official: Michael Moore no longer welcome at A-list parties. 5. Building chapels in every major studio. 4. Twentieth Century Fox's new logo: Christ on the cross. 3. Each studio will tithe 20% of its earnings to the Republican Party. 2. Sent memo to all major directors: cleavage is out. 1. Urgent notice to studio guards: Keep Whoppi Goldberg off the lot.
  • Support these hollywood conservative actors

    11/26/2004 6:06:18 PM PST · by watchdog_writer · 81 replies · 28,225+ views
    According to Newsmax.com, who are America’s 25 Best Stars? Any conservative who wants to vote at the box office for conservative minded actors, and against the liberal Hollywood liberals, here is a list of actors to support: Mel Gibson – what really happened to this megastar when he dared to produce “The Passion of the Christ.”  Tom Selleck – why he has not been afraid of standing up for Ronald Reagan, even when it wasn’t in vogue.  James Woods – he turned his back on Hollywood’s peaceniks to stand up for the war on terror.  Patricia Heaton – a crusader for...
  • Hollywood Republicans: Fact or Fiction? (The Rock, Adam Sandler, Britney Spears, etc)

    11/23/2004 9:31:40 PM PST · by Nascardude · 83 replies · 13,833+ views
    Hollywood Republicans: Fact or Ficton? By Steve Ryfle Patricia Heaton was having dinner and conversation with a few Hollywood friends when the subject of politics came up. When the "Everybody Loves Raymond" star said she's voting for George W. Bush, the chatter turned to awkward silence. "You'd think I'd crapped in the middle of the table," the Emmy-winning actress says in "Rated R: Republicans in Hollywood," a documentary that premiered recently on AMC-TV. Hollywood has always been a liberal town, a Democratic stronghold. Over the decades there have been few openly conservative celebrities. John Wayne, Charlton Heston and Frank Sinatra...
  • List of celebrity Republicans (some are surprising)

    10/21/2004 5:05:14 AM PDT · by stinkerpot65 · 193 replies · 26,232+ views
    thefreedictionary.com ^ | 10/21/04 | unknown
    Danny Aiello Joan Allen Scott Baio Adam Baldwin Stephen Baldwin James Belushi Tom Berenger Ernest Borgnine Bruce Boxleitner, though his wife, Melissa Gilbert, is a Democrat. Lara Flynn Boyle, admits to being a "Democrat by blood," but says, "I'm 100 percent for Bush." Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen (Olsen twins) Wilford Brimley Morgan Brittany Delta Burke Dean Cain Kirk Cameron Drew Carey Nancy Cartwright Dana Carvey Emma Caulfield James Caviezel
  • David Zucker comes out of the closet

    10/20/2004 7:48:58 AM PDT · by hoosierboy · 112 replies · 4,579+ views
    10/20/04 | me
    Just heard on Laura Ingrahms show that hollywood producer David Zucker has admitted he is a republican and will be voting for Bush. He is known for the movies Airplane, naked gun, kentucky fried movie, baseketball, and top secret all classics that I am sure other freepers like me enjoy.
  • Celebrities vote with their wallets

    10/14/2004 6:01:22 PM PDT · by rhema · 13 replies · 1,960+ views
    St. Paul Pioneer Press ^ | 10/14/04 | DOUGLAS FEIDEN
    Acting legend turned salad-dressing entrepreneur Paul Newman ponied up $50,000 to help elect John Kerry. "Bourne Supremacy" pretty boy Matt Damon gave $25,000, and "Titanic" heartthrob Leonardo DiCaprio tossed in $2,000 to shake up the White House. Across the aisle, boxing promoter and fright-haired ex-con Don King forked over $44,500 to rehire President Bush. "Frasier" brainiac Kelsey Grammer salted in $4,000, while martial-arts brawniac Chuck Norris kicked in $2,000 to keep Dubya in office four more years. From Times Square to Tinseltown, America's celebrities are voting with one of their greatest assets — their wallets. They're funding concert tours, voter-registration...
  • Dr. Hfuhruhurr On The LIBERTY FILM FESTIVAL In LA And Being A Republican In Hollywood!!

    10/07/2004 2:24:35 PM PDT · by RonDog · 21 replies · 1,082+ views
    www.aintitcoolnews.com ^ | October 7, 2004 | Dr. Michael Hfuhruhurr [and "Moriarty"]
    Dr. Hfuhruhurr On The LIBERTY FILM FESTIVAL In LA And Being A Republican In Hollywood!! Hi, everyone. "Moriarty" here with some Rumblings From The Lab... I love this article. I love this article as much as I love any article I’ve ever published on AICN. To me, this is the whole point of running a website. Publishing reactions from film fans that aren’t the same as my own, and giving someone a chance to make their case. Dr. Hfuhruhurr is one of my favorite guys in LA, and this article took guts to write. I’m pleased to present it, and...
  • The Right Stuff: [Washington Post rates Liberty Film Festival "GOP", Free Republic mentioned]

    10/03/2004 11:54:32 PM PDT · by RonDog · 32 replies · 1,366+ views
    www.washingtonpost.com ^ | October 4, 2004 | William Booth
    The Right StuffIn Hollywood, a Film Festival That's Rated GOPBy William BoothWashington Post Staff WriterMonday, October 4, 2004; Page C01 -- snip --Billed as the first conservative film festival in Hollywood, the three-day affair showcased comic shorts, one about the "ultimate minority" in Tinseltown ("Greg Wolfe: Republican Jew"), an epic homage to Ronald Reagan and his battle against Soviet communism ("In the Face of Evil") and a snappy doc on tart-tongued commentator Ann Coulter ("Is It True What They Say About Ann?"), in which Coulter signs the T-shirt of a leftie college student with the words "Have fun in Guantanamo!"...
  • Putting the "F" Back In Freedom (Hilarious Pro Republican Movie Hits Theatres Soon!)

    09/30/2004 11:34:59 PM PDT · by watsonfellow · 41 replies · 1,311+ views
    Team America World Police ^ | 15 October 2004 | team america
    Team America, World Police. Putting the "F" Back in "Freedom"
  • Colin Quinn actually said "The Left is suppressing our use of language and free speech!"

    09/28/2004 8:43:10 PM PDT · by Minus_The_Bear · 41 replies · 1,924+ views
    I don't know if anybody else watches Tough Crowd but it's a actually pretty balanced. The host Colin Quinn has said numerous times that he's gonna vote for Bush and won't let liberals get away with crap on his show. Sure it's kinda crude sometimes but it's surprising to see somebody on TV who has the same opinions I do (bet he doesn't last too much longer)
  • RATED R: REPUBLICANS IN HOLLYWOOD (Documentary about Republicans in Hollywood)

    09/13/2004 1:28:37 PM PDT · by Jenya · 23 replies · 1,124+ views
    THE AMC PROJECT: RATED R: REPUBLICANS IN HOLLYWOOD Deserved or not, Hollywood has a left-wing reputation. But could Hollywood be more conservative than we think? This is the question award-winning documentary filmmaker and former Democratic speechwriter Jesse Moss tries to answer in this special AMC Project. He examines recent phenomena, such as Arnold Schwarzenegger's election to California's highest office, Mel Gibson's unapologetically Christian hit The Passion of The Christ, and the debates over "patriotism" spawned by the war in Iraq. Tune in and find out if Hollywood is primed for a right-wing resurgence. Tuesday, September 14 at 10PM ET/PT.
  • Republicans Say They [sic] More Accepted in Hollywood

    09/23/2004 5:54:47 PM PDT · by MarlboroRed · 8 replies · 541+ views
    Reuters ^ | 9/23/04 | Arthur Spiegelman
    LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - President Bush (news - web sites) is quick to criticize Hollywood values and Hollywood is quick to bash the president, but Republicans in the country's liberal filmmaking capital say they no longer feel like an endangered species. With action movie hero Arnold Schwarzenegger (news - web sites) now starring as California's Republican governor, several top stars declaring party allegiance and a new generation of young Republicans filling film industry jobs, some conservatives say it is finally safe to come out of the political closet. But they are quick to add there still can be some testy...
  • AMC Channel Tonight at 10EST - Rated R: Republicans in Hollywood

    09/14/2004 2:49:17 PM PDT · by Zaxis · 25 replies · 1,092+ views
    THE AMC PROJECT: RATED R: REPUBLICANS IN HOLLYWOOD Deserved or not, Hollywood has a left-wing reputation. But could Hollywood be more conservative than we think? This is the question award-winning documentary filmmaker and former Democratic speechwriter Jesse Moss tries to answer in this special AMC Project. He examines recent phenomena, such as Arnold Schwarzenegger's election to California's highest office, Mel Gibson's unapologetically Christian hit The Passion of The Christ, and the debates over "patriotism" spawned by the war in Iraq. Tune in and find out if Hollywood is primed for a right-wing resurgence. Tuesday, September 14 at 10PM ET/PT.
  • The Right Way To Stardom (Documentary examines the hidden world of Hollywood Republicans)

    09/14/2004 6:33:23 AM PDT · by dead · 8 replies · 1,331+ views
    NY Post ^ | September 14, 2004 | Adam Buckman
    ...Well, I'll be a monkey's uncle - there are Republicans all over the darn place, reports a new documentary premiering tonight on AMC... Given all the vitriol that has been spewed lately by the Bush-hating lefties in support of John Kerry, the views held by the interviewees in "Rated R" come as gusts of fresh air, as when Heaton describes the reaction at a Beverly Hills dinner party when she announced she and her husband both voted for President Bush. "Literally," laughs Heaton, "you would have thought I had crapped in the middle of the table!"
  • TV review: Republicans in Hollywood

    09/13/2004 6:47:01 AM PDT · by jmstein7 · 5 replies · 743+ views
    Netscape News ^ | Hollywood Reporter
    LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) - Talk about provocative titles: This one comes up in the newish series "The AMC Project" and is called "Rated 'R': Republicans in Hollywood." Is there such an animal in ferociously Democratic Hollywood? Are there any dodo birds left around? Unicorns? AMC thinks there are some of those Republican animals around (hidden in closets?), and so does documentarian Jesse Moss, who did Democratic activism and now has been commissioned to find these elusive beasts. Moss works low budget and hangs around these scenes for his mission, but to little good effect, though he has some chats...
  • (vanity) AMC-TV's AMC Project: "Republicans in Hollywood"

    09/12/2004 7:24:56 PM PDT · by raccoonradio · 12 replies · 706+ views
    AMC Website ^ | 9/12/04 | AMC-TV
    THE AMC PROJECT: RATED R: REPUBLICANS IN HOLLYWOOD Deserved or not, Hollywood has a left-wing reputation. But could Hollywood be more conservative than we think? This is the question award-winning documentary filmmaker and former Democratic speechwriter Jesse Moss tries to answer in this special AMC Project. He examines recent phenomena, such as Arnold Schwarzenegger's election to California's highest office, Mel Gibson's unapologetically Christian hit The Passion of The Christ, and the debates over "patriotism" spawned by the war in Iraq. Tune in and find out if Hollywood is primed for a right-wing resurgence. Tuesday, September 14 at 10PM ET/PT. Susan...
  • The Lies That Blind (Review of a novel about Hollywood Conservatives)

    09/07/2004 7:03:00 PM PDT · by Vision Thing · 7 replies · 509+ views
    Mens News Daily ^ | Septemner 8, 2004 | Michael P. Tremoglie
    The English critic and author G. K. Chesterton once wrote, “Literature is a luxury, fiction is a necessity.” Unfortunately, it is a necessity lacking in modern American conservatism. However, necessity being the mother of invention, and conservatives being rather innovative people, conservative authors are developing methods to bring their novels to market because they are all but banned from the publishing industry. (Contrary to what the term conservative would lead one to believe they have been very resourceful and innovative in communicating their idea via new or anachronistic venues such as the Internet and talk radio.) Ironically, Daniel W. Schroder’s...
  • Screen Righters (Revenge of the South Park Republicans)

    09/06/2004 8:16:21 AM PDT · by Rise of South Park Republicans · 39 replies · 2,019+ views
    OpinionJournal ^ | September 1 | Bridget Johnson
    Forget about pricey summer blockbusters. Forget the films vying for Oscar that are all crunched into December releases. This year, it's all about pre-election films. Not the incendiary "Fahrenheit 9/11," not the remake of "The Manchurian Candidate" that mysteriously erased Red China as the villain, replacing it with an American corporation, but a film that promises to strike even more anger into the hearts of angry liberals everywhere. When the buzz first started for "Team America: World Police," bloggers theorized what the Trey Parker/Matt Stone send-up of action movies would entail--these are, after all, the gents who gave the world...
  • Entertainers for Bush

    09/05/2004 9:04:00 PM PDT · by Sensei Ern · 6 replies · 1,152+ views
    http://www.entertainersforbush.com ^ | 09-06-2004 | Sensei Ern
    We have kept a list of entertainers that are against Bush. I have joined, and am promoting Entertainers For Bush. Please check out the site, and if you are an entertainer, and your contract does not prevent it, please consider joining the ranks. Sensei Ern
  • THE BROWN BUNNY / *** (Ebert pulls a Kerry!)

    09/03/2004 8:07:14 PM PDT · by RightWingAtheist · 9 replies · 1,604+ views
    Chicago Sun-Times ^ | Sept 3 2004 | Roger Ebert
    In May of 2003 I walked out of the press screening of Vincent Gallo's "The Brown Bunny" at the Cannes Film Festival and was asked by a camera crew what I thought of the film. I said I thought it was the worst film in the history of the festival. That was hyperbole -- I hadn't seen every film in the history of the festival -- but I was still vibrating from one of the most disastrous screenings I had ever attended. The audience was loud and scornful in its dislike for the movie; hundreds walked out, and many of...
  • THE AMC PROJECT: RATED R: REPUBLICANS IN HOLLYWOOD

    09/02/2004 12:39:07 PM PDT · by BattleFlag · 9 replies · 914+ views
    AMCTV.com ^ | 9/2/2004 | AMCTV.com
    Deserved or not, Hollywood has a left-wing reputation. But could Hollywood be more conservative than we think? This is the question award-winning documentary filmmaker and former Democratic speechwriter Jesse Moss tries to answer in this special AMC Project. He examines recent phenomena, such as Arnold Schwarzenegger's election to California's highest office, Mel Gibson's unapologetically Christian hit The Passion of The Christ, and the debates over "patriotism" spawned by the war in Iraq. Tune in and find out if Hollywood is primed for a right-wing resurgence. Tuesday, September 14 at 10PM ET/PT.
  • Vanity ?. Last night the camera's on Fox News caught a tall black actor.

    09/01/2004 10:38:21 AM PDT · by Cal Gonzalez · 34 replies · 3,064+ views
    Vanity ?. Last night the camera's on Fox News caught a tall black actor. But i can not place his name, nor any project that I HAVE seen him in.
  • Celebrities At The Convention

    08/30/2004 11:02:41 AM PDT · by repubzilla · 40 replies · 1,397+ views
    Sorry if I messes this up it is my first post! This may seem silly, but I would love to have a thread based on all the celebs and other famous folks in our camp we see at the convention. It would add to the fun of it all! Whathca all think?
  • Cpl. Klinger is GOP donor?

    While browsing fundrace.org, the site that tells you what your neighbors (friends, celebrities, enemies) contribute to political campaigns, I saw this. (I'm assuming there is only one Jamie Farr, self employed, actor.)Fundrace listing
  • Stephen Baldwin seeks to do God's will

    08/25/2004 11:43:04 AM PDT · by Joe Gish · 30 replies · 1,791+ views
    Baptist Press ^ | 08/24/04 | Jerry Pierce
    Actor Stephen Baldwin is one of few conservatives in Hollywood.