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  • Body Cam Video Shows Moment Indiana Officer Shoots at Actor Filming Robbery Scene

    10/03/2017 5:41:02 PM PDT · by BenLurkin · 26 replies
    ktla ^ | October 3, 2017
    The incident happened last week in the town of Crawfordsville when police responded to a 911 call about a robbery at Backstep Brewery on North Green Street, according to KTLA sister station WXIN in Indianapolis. The caller told dispatchers that a man in a ski mask entered the bar with a gun. Sgt. Matt Schroeter arrived at the location and saw a man in a ski mask backing out the door. He appeared to be holding a weapon. The “robber” was actually actor Jim Duff, who was filming a scene for a movie. But Schroeter didn’t know that. “Drop the...
  • “Biblical” Film “Mother!” Depicts Mob Eating A Baby

    09/20/2017 5:54:23 AM PDT · by Morgana · 39 replies
    LIFE NEWS ^ | September 19, 2017 | Corinne Weaver
    Note: If you plan on seeing the movie (heaven forbid), please note that there are SPOILERS in the following story Modern art has come to a bizarre stage: anything, literally anything, can be justified for the sake of it. When a film, that reviewers claim is based on biblical allegory, showcases graphic cannibalism and torture porn, you can bet the liberal media will cheer. Mother!, a film starring Jennifer Lawrence (yes, that one, the one that said Mother Nature’s rage was coming for Trump), is outraging normal audiences everywhere, and even triggering the feminists, with its gore and bizarre references...
  • Fist fight breaks out in cinema in row over 'talking too loudly' during screening of 'IT'

    09/18/2017 12:42:43 PM PDT · by Red Badger · 43 replies
    www.mirror.co.uk ^ | Updated14:46, 18 SEP 2017 | ByRebecca Taylor
    Full Title: Fist fight breaks out in cinema in row over 'talking too loudly' during screening of horror film This is the shocking moment a fist fight broke out in a cinema during a row over 'talking too loudly' during a screening of the Stephen King horror movie 'It'. The violence was caught on camera by other cinemagoers on their smartphones , in Vyborg, new St Petersburg in Russia. A young man in a leather jacket is seen to stand up and challenge the person sitting in front of him. They start hurling punches at each other before another person...
  • “Sky Hunter” Movie Featuring PLAAF Combat Aircraft Exposes Chinese Version Of The Star Wars Canyon

    09/01/2017 11:56:44 AM PDT · by taildragger · 8 replies
    The Aviationist ^ | 9/1/2017 | David Cenciotti
    No, The Image Above Is Not Photoshopped: There Is A Chinese Equivalent Of The Star Wars Canyon In The U.S. Or The Mach Loop In UK. Scheduled for release on Sept. 30, 2017, Sky Hunter is the first action movie focused on China’s PLAAF (People’s Liberation Army Air Force). According to the trailer, the story is about a group of elite military who are called into action to resolve a hostage crisis and foil a terrorist plot. The movie features, along with some CGI actual flying footage of various front line combat aircraft, including the Y-20 airlifter, the J-20 stealth...
  • 'Lord of the Flies' the movie ... but with girls!

    08/31/2017 11:39:05 AM PDT · by Artemis Webb · 47 replies
    Mashable ^ | 08/30/2017 | Keith Wagstaff
    Hollywood is remaking Lord of the Flies, except this time ... wait for it ... the island is full of girls. The movie will be written and directed by two men, Scott McGehee and David Siegel, most recently known for the critically acclaimed What Maisie Knew. Deadline reported the news Wednesday. “We want to do a very faithful but contemporized adaptation of the book, but our idea was to do it with all girls rather than boys,” Siegel told Deadline. William Golding's classic book was adapted for the screen in 1963 and 1990.
  • 'This Was Not Supposed To Happen’: Gore’s Sequel Comes In Dismal 15th At Box Office

    08/07/2017 12:41:49 PM PDT · by Enlightened1 · 91 replies
    Climate Depot ^ | 08/07/17 | Marc Morano
    Former Vice President Al Gore’s new film, “An Inconvenient Sequel”, came in a dismal 15th this weekend at U.S. theaters, according to Box Office Mojo. Gore’s defenders have been quick to blame Paramount Pictures for the dismal performance of Gore’s sequel. “Al Gore Gets Ripped Off Again,” screamed the headline of D.R. Tucker in Washington Monthly.View post “This was not supposed to happen,” Tucker wrote, adding, “he should have demanded a recount.” “Sadly, the box-office under-performance of An Inconvenient Sequel will be seized upon by climate-change deniers as ‘proof’ that Americans don’t really care about this issue,” Tucker wrote. The...
  • VANITY--Weekend Summer Movie--The Running Man 1987

    07/21/2017 3:44:10 PM PDT · by AbolishCSEU · 19 replies
    The Running Man 1987--Looks a lot like life under Obama and would have continued had the Killdebeast become Madam Presidente. The heavily edited "news" footage is a lot like CNN. Doctored fake news.
  • YOUR favorite movie ending

    06/15/2017 1:30:00 AM PDT · by 1_Inch_Group · 176 replies
    me ^ | today | Umfafa
    I'm bored...and watching The Mist again. Best movie ending, EVAR! Give me your best movie ending.
  • The unbelievable story of Ireland’s overlooked ‘Oskar Schindler’ [Israel recognizes)]

    05/22/2017 2:24:52 PM PDT · by Mrs. Don-o · 14 replies
    timesofisrael.com ^ | May 20, 2017 | Michael Riordan
    DUBLIN — As the Gestapo surrounds the palace of an Italian anti-Fascist aristocrat, an Irish priest dashes to the cellar. He is wanted by the Nazis for his role in the daring rescues of Jews, POWs and refugees, but this time it seems there is no escape. Miraculously, a coal delivery being made to the palace offers the perfect cover — the cleric blackens his face, hides his cassock and slips away to freedom through the narrow cobbled streets of Rome. This dramatic scene, recreated in the 1983 movie “The Scarlet and the Black” starring Gregory Peck as Monsignor...
  • Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 (Why the crass humor?)

    05/19/2017 9:47:14 AM PDT · by super7man · 13 replies
    Common Sense Media ^ | 1/2017 | Common Sense Media
    Parents need to know that Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 continues the adventures of Marvel's motley group of space outlaws first introduced in the smash hit Guardians of the Galaxy. Expect lots of interest from kids of all ages, but it's most appropriate for tweens and up. There's frequent fighting with weapons (swords, guns, and more), space chases/battles, executions that involve people being "spaced" (forced out of airlocks to die in the freezing cold of deep space), and more. Spoiler alert: A popular character dies. Language, while not frequent, can also be strong, with everything from "douche" and "d--k"...
  • Judge Priest (1934)

    05/12/2017 7:32:06 PM PDT · by Dalberg-Acton · 5 replies
    Judge Priest (Will Rogers), a proud Confederate veteran, uses common sense and considerable humanity to dispense justice in a small town in the Post-Bellum Kentucky.Judge Priest (1934) on IMDb
  • Woman charged with stabbing father undergoing mental health evaluation

    05/08/2017 7:55:09 PM PDT · by ConservativeStatement · 11 replies
    Pittsburgh Post-Gazette ^ | May 8, 2017 | ELIZABETH BEHRMAN
    Just hours after she was arrested and accused of fatally stabbing her father, Christina Nicassio repeatedly rushed headfirst at a cell wall in the Allegheny County Jail. Ms. Nicassio, 27, told an officer “she should have done it” before she was booked. She was taken by ambulance to Allegheny General Hospital in stable condition on Saturday, shortly after the 2:45 p.m. incident, according to jail reports obtained by the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.
  • Inside the ‘Surprisingly Great’ North Korean Hacker Hotel (luxury pad - in China)

    12/21/2014 9:34:39 AM PST · by Libloather · 13 replies
    The Daily Beast ^ | 12/20/14 | Michael Daly
    North Korea is so isolated that rather than bring the Internet to its hackers, it brings them to it—in a swank hotel in China. The luxury hotel that has been called a command post for North Korean hackers would make for a unique holiday getaway and give you lots to talk about back home. “Surprisingly Great Hotel - Clean, Tasteful.... and North Korean!” says a trip advisor review for the Chilbosan Hotel in Shenyang, China. For just $53, you get “a deluxe twin room,” including a North Korean breakfast considerably more substantial than those enjoyed by the vast majority of...
  • Airplane Classic Scenes

    04/12/2017 5:08:57 PM PDT · by Morgana · 42 replies
    Dunderphonic 8-Bit ^ | Uploaded on Oct 16, 2011 | Airplane Movie
    Airplane Classic Scenes
  • Outraged Clowns Say ‘IT’ Trailer Stoking Anti-Clown Prejudice, Similar to Racism

    04/07/2017 1:46:05 PM PDT · by PROCON · 44 replies
    heatst.com ^ | April 7, 2017 | Jonathan McAloon
    Professional clowns have complained that the viral trailer for the new film version of Stephen King’s IT is stoking anti-clown prejudice comparable to racism. Outraged members of the clowning community lamented that the remake of the 1990 horror series – a trailer for which has recently taken the internet by storm – is entrenching negative perceptions about them. The two-and-a-half-minute teaser broke after racking up 197 million views in just 24 hours. It’s safe to say lots of people are excited about the return of Pennywise the killer clown – but not clowns themselves.Interviewed for Mel Magazine, several professional...
  • Franklin Graham Calls for Christian boycott of Disney's ‘Beauty and the Beast’ (opens March 17)

    03/05/2017 7:52:54 PM PST · by drewh · 84 replies
    Biz Pac Review ^ | March 5, 2017 | Scott Morefield
    Will Christians roll over and allow Disney to push their LGBT agenda on an audience entirely too young to be exposed to this nonsense by buying a ticket, and thereby supporting, the studio’s highly anticipated remake of a beloved children’s classic? Conservative evangelist Franklin Graham is calling on Christians to put their money where their mouth is when it comes to the upcoming Disney Beauty and the Beast remake. View image on Twitter View image on Twitter Follow Franklin Graham ✔ @Franklin_Graham I met Walt Disney when I was a young boy—He'd be shocked at what has happened to the...
  • The Promise, Coming April 21

    03/04/2017 12:11:56 PM PST · by Eleutheria5 · 1 replies
    Set during the last days of the Ottoman Empire, The Promise follows a love triangle between Michael, a brilliant medical student, the beautiful and sophisticated Ana, and Chris - a renowned American journalist based in Paris.
  • The Shack Uncovered: 13 Heresies Explained (PDF)

    03/04/2017 8:10:26 AM PST · by Maudeen · 24 replies
    Leading the Way ^ | 3/4/2017 | Dr. Michael Youssef
    Is The Shack a harmless work of Christian fiction—or a classic example of false teaching? When William P. Young's book The Shack first hit shelves 10 years ago, many pastors and church leaders praised it as a powerful story of redemption. More than 18 million copies have sold since, and The Shack movie is set to release this weekend. After taking a close look at the book in 2008, Dr. Michael Youssef was concerned that it might lead undiscerning leaders astray—so he devoted an entire sermon to addressing the book's theology. As a ministry dedicated to passionately proclaiming the Truth...
  • The Politics of Plot: What Liberal or Conservative Architecture is Your Narrative Constructed Upon?

    03/03/2017 10:34:26 AM PST · by Jyotishi · 7 replies
    MovieMaker Magazine ^ | Fall 2013; August 1, 2016 | David Corbett
    One hears a great deal these days about the universal nature of story. It's a gratifying conceit that deep down we all share the same fundamental narrative. But what about the more factional, political nature of story? I don't mean the depiction of torture in Zero Dark Thirty or corporate cunning in Promised Land. I mean the intrinsically political nature of how character is portrayed and plot structured. Stories stage conflict. And the strongest conflict always dictates inseparable, irreconcilable opposites. If Henry Adams was right, that politics in practice is always "the systematic organization of hatreds," then what better place...
  • Finally: A Hollywood Film about Leaving Homosexuality

    03/01/2017 11:00:24 AM PST · by SeekAndFind · 30 replies
    American Thinker ^ | 03/01/2017 | Kurt Wayne
    We know too well how many lies the American left has perpetrated on the world.  Christian readers here understand that Jesus Himself told us that lies are the primary weapons the enemy of our souls uses.  Yet guess how extravagantly the LGBTQ community has been lied to. So much so that in 2013, crusaders against reparative therapy (counseling for those who do not want same-sex romantic attractions) in New Jersey had as their star witness a troubled, precious person who, in front of the state Senate, recounted her time allegedly spent in an ex-gay camp that in reality (using the term loosely)...