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  • Just saw the movie Midway - Awesome movie !!

    11/08/2019 10:58:08 PM PST · by 11th_VA · 90 replies
    Nov 8, 2019
    Imagine, you know someone who doesn’t know anything about WW2, and you had to explain how the US was attacked at Pearl Harbor, the significance of Doolittle’s raid, the odds the US was up against the Japanese, how Intel helped us win the battle of Midway, and just how crazy, non-politically correct, and determined the Greatest Generation was - all in 2 hours. That’s the movie Midway in a nutshell.
  • SAW 'DUNKIRK' TODAY-OBSERVATIONS

    07/23/2017 3:18:02 PM PDT · by DIRTYSECRET · 127 replies
    The U.S. should NEVER put itself in that position. The Brits sent their civilian boaters to save them. Destroyers and most planes were left behind to 'save England.' Make sure the Strategic Petroleum Reserve is always filled. Get the hell out of the Middle East with no more immigrints from that region. The Brits should get out of the Falklands. They have bigger fish to fry. Maybe we should al store food like the Mormons. My history teacher, retired military, said Hitler should have bombed them all on the beach. Cost him the war.
  • Star Trek Into Darkness reviews

    05/14/2013 10:05:56 AM PDT · by EveningStar · 15 replies
    various | May 14, 2013
    I hope this helps: Previous threads STAR TREK INTO DARKNESS Opens Strong Internationally 'Star Trek Into Darkness' is lost in space 'Star Trek Into Darkness' review: Energized Star Trek Into Darkness – review ‘Star Trek Into Darkness' movie review Review: Star Trek Into Darkness 'Star Trek Into Darkness' review: Fast and fun IMDb user reviews IMDb external reviews Rotten Tomatoes Metacritic
  • GOP Mike's Movie Review - The Book of Eli - A Hollywood Conservative Flick???

    02/15/2010 6:02:55 AM PST · by gopmike.com · 42 replies · 944+ views
    GOP Mike's Blog ^ | 2/14/10 | GOP Mike
    To my Conservative Friends: I was told by more than one of my conservative brothers to check out the Denzel Washington film, The Book of Eli. They said it is one of those very rare Holly-weird films nowadays that actually doesn't bludgeon conservative ideals with a dull kitchen knife. They mentioned it actually has gotten solid reviews on other conservative blogs... At first I thought - Denzel Washington portraying a conservative character in a positive light - Naaah... But the recommendation coming from solid sources, I decided to give it a try on a typically...
  • Worst Films of All Time?

    01/06/2010 9:42:42 AM PST · by ctdonath2 · 391 replies · 7,119+ views
    In the spirit of the current thread "Best Films of all Time?", I just have to ask for the other end of the spectrum. I don't mean "Night of the Lupus", "Attack of the Killer Tomatoes", or other standard bad/forgettable films. I don't mean just box-office flops. I want to see tour-de-force bad.
  • Best 5 Movies of the 00s?

    12/10/2009 7:56:02 AM PST · by MNDude · 197 replies · 3,786+ views
    What would everyone consider the best 5 movies of this last decade?
  • Kit Kittredge: An American (racist) Girl

    08/02/2008 9:47:20 AM PDT · by Poopyhead · 27 replies · 213+ views
    Kit Kittredge: An American Girl (Movie) is not just a bad movie, it is blatently racist. It teaches little white girls that black people think it is ok to steal (Kit asks a black doctor point blank if it is ok to steal from rich people - he simply says "yes"). The overall theme of the movie is - steal from the rich unless they are your friends. But stealing from poor people who are your friends is bad. The movie creates nuances pertaining to when it is ok for white people to steal. However, the movie gives the overall...
  • DUmmie FUnnies 03-22-08 (Al Gore Reviews "2001: A Space Odyssey")

    03/22/2008 3:17:34 PM PDT · by PJ-Comix · 18 replies · 485+ views
    DUmmie FUnnies ^ | March 22, 2008 | Al Gore and PJ-Comix
    (In December 2000, shortly after the U.S. Supreme court ruled that Al Gore couldn't overturn the election via an endless series of pointless recounts, he finally resigned himself to being a political loser. Since Gore's sole goal almost all his life was to become president, he needed to find a way to relieve his depressing angst. As a result, Gore found an outlet: writing movie reviews. This review was a first in a series of such reviews which lasted from the end of 2000 until nearly three years later. His reviews appeared in the now defunct Laissez Faire City...
  • 3:10 to Yuma or Iraq or Brokeback?

    09/12/2007 6:19:17 AM PDT · by PJ-Comix · 25 replies · 1,044+ views
    NewsBusters ^ | September 12, 2007 | P.J. Gladnick
    The problem with writing politicized movie reviews is that often most of what is seen depends on the viewpoint of the reviewer. Such was the case of the dueling movie reviews of "3:10 to Yuma" in the Huffington Post. Bill Robinson saw this movie as an allegory about the fighting in Iraq: As the reviews will tell you, it's an exceptional film, with gorgeous photography, stunning action and hypnotic, sublime performances. But what I am surprised I have not read, are the all-too-real parallels to Iraq. ...As the Army offers incentive bonuses to ship increasingly reluctant recruits off to the...
  • Syl Jones: The year that Oscar blinked(white people bad)

    03/10/2006 5:07:41 AM PST · by blueminnesota · 16 replies · 757+ views
    Minneapolis Star Tribune ^ | 3/10/2006 | Syl Jones
    By contrast, "Crash" is a sloppy piece of workmanship, a kind of PowerPoint presentation about race that is absurd on its face. But "Crash" is also cleverly constructed to reassure white audiences that all people have racial and ethnic biases and that white America bears no special historical racial burden. This naively balanced view of race relations is the film's main conceit. However, there can be no bona fide balanced view of race relations in America, where generations of white privilege have embedded a special kind of race-based dominance into our culture and history.
  • Film Critic Roger Ebert Declares War On Schlussel (And Ann Coulter (CWF Blondes Rule Alert)

    01/19/2006 2:56:48 PM PST · by goldstategop · 78 replies · 4,022+ views
    Debbie Schlussel.com ^ | 01/19/06 | Debbie Schlussel
    It's official. ROGER EBERT HAS DECLARED WAR ON ME (and Ann Coulter, too). Check this out. My movie reviews must be getting to movie critic, Roger Ebert. Ebert and I have had it out over his buddy, Islamic terrorist, Ibrahim Parlak (here and here). He even cited me in one of his movie reviews, in response. But now Roger Ebert has posted this on his website. It's written by RogerEbert.com movie reviewer, Jim Emerson. Even though I appreciate the exposure--not to mention the ire of all things Ebert, including people and fans--I think I should ask my lawyers if quoting...
  • Freeper Joanie-f review of "The Great Raid" and what we dare not foget from it

    08/14/2005 6:57:07 PM PDT · by Jeff Head · 119 replies · 1,966+ views
    FR ^ | 13-Aug-2005 | Joanie-f
    As you probably already know, I am not a movie-goer – only set foot in a theater maybe once or twice a year, if that -- for three reasons: (1) most of the ‘stuff’ that passes for cinematic excellence these days is no more visually or intellectually rewarding than staring at road kill, (2) I cringe at the thought of lining the pockets of the politically-activist Hollywood left, and (3) I’d rather be biking. :) With that disclaimer out of the way … Rick and I saw the just-released movie ‘The Great Raid’ last night. Knowing the shared love that...
  • Russell Crowe Triumphs in "Cinderella Man"

    06/03/2005 7:41:57 AM PDT · by GPBurdell · 146 replies · 4,830+ views
    Newsmax ^ | June 2, 2004 | Jason Apuzzo & Govindini Murty
    1. Russell Crowe Triumphs in "Cinderella Man" In "Cinderella Man" (opening Friday, June 3rd), Russell Crowe once again proves that old-fashioned masculinity does not have to be completely absent from the movies. Directed by Ron Howard, "Cinderella Man" tells the uplifting, real-life story of Jim Braddock, the Depression-era boxer who rose from poverty and the soup lines to become heavyweight champion of the world. The movie has excellent moral values, and Russell Crowe (Jim Braddock), Renee Zellweger (his wife Mae Braddock), and Paul Giamatti (his manager Joe Gould) all do a fine job portraying the 30s-era characters with conviction and...
  • 'FAHRENHEIT' FAILS AS CLUB SNUBS SCHLUB

    01/25/2005 11:32:40 PM PST · by kattracks · 31 replies · 1,191+ views
    New York Post ^ | 1/26/05 | RUSSELL SCOTT SMITH
    he bigger they come, the harder they fall. Michael Moore has been busting his rather sizable hump for two months on a campaign to get his anti-Bush polemic, "Fahrenheit 9/11," nominated for an Oscar. But when the nominees were announced yesterday, his incendiary movie was nowhere to be seen — despite the liberal bent of many Academy Awards voters, who two years ago gave Moore the Best Documentary prize for "Bowling for Columbine." "A lot of the Academy members agree with Moore's politics, so I thought they would give him a Best Picture nomination," says Hollywood Reporter online columnist Martin...
  • Kinsey movie rakes in cash: Enjoys highest per-screen take among top films over weekend

    11/23/2004 12:27:33 AM PST · by JohnHuang2 · 8 replies · 456+ views
    WorldNetDaily.com ^ | November 22, 2004
    Monday, November 22, 2004 Kinsey movierakes in cashEnjoys highest per-screen take among top films over weekend Posted: November 22, 20043:30 p.m. Eastern © 2004 WorldNetDaily.com "Kinsey: Let's Talk About Sex," the controversial new film about the "father of the sexual revolution," Alfred Kinsey, took in the most money on a per-screen basis over the weekend among top-grossing films. In its second weekend in release, the movie many critics are calling a puff piece on the man some consider a fraud and a pervert grossed an average of $15,805 per screen on 36 screens nationwide. The first weekend out, "Kinsey" played on just...
  • Shrek 2 Movie Review Bashes President Bush

    05/21/2004 10:41:34 AM PDT · by Licensed-To-Carry · 63 replies · 477+ views
    Fort Worth Star-Telegram ^ | Wednesday, May 19, 2004 | Christopher Kelly
    Let's take nothing away from the original Shrek, a brazen, howlingly funny romp through fairy-tale history, with the occasional pause to mercilessly skewer the sanctimony of the Walt Disney Co. But Shrek 2 is an entirely different beast, a movie with a heart so big that no movie screen could possibly contain it. This is a sequel every bit as funny and imaginative as the original -- and twice as tender and wise. It's bottled joy, an unadulterated bliss-out and certainly one of the very best movies you'll see all year. If Shrek was about fighting for the most beautiful...
  • A News Anchor's Perspective on 'The Passion of the Christ'("Nothing in my existence could have...")

    03/04/2004 5:07:50 PM PST · by Cedar · 16 replies · 133+ views
    'Nothing in my existence could have prepared me for what I saw on screen last night' A News Anchor's perspective on 'The Passion of the Christ' The following article, by Jody Dean (Dallas-Ft. Worth anchor for CBS) has been widely circulated by email and re-published on countless web sites: There have been tons of e-mails and forwards floating around recently from those who have had the privilege of seeing Mel Gibson's "The Passion Of The Christ" prior to its actual release. I thought I'd give you my reaction after seeing it last week. The screening was on the first night...
  • Andy Rooney Draws the Ire of 'Passion' Fans

    02/23/2004 4:05:59 PM PST · by GulliverSwift · 29 replies · 1,829+ views
    <p>NEW YORK (AP) -- Andy Rooney set the phone and e-mail lines at CBS buzzing over his commentary -- in which he said God was speaking through him -- calling Mel Gibson and the Rev. Pat Robertson "wackos."</p> <p>CBS said Monday it received its heaviest audience response to a "60 Minutes" report since Rooney's commentaries on the Iraq war last spring.</p>
  • Politically Incorrect Movie Reviews: The Santa Clause 2

    11/20/2002 7:40:20 PM PST · by Burkeman1 · 3 replies · 126+ views
    The Sierra Times ^ | 11/11/02 | Radio Free Rocky D
    Cast: Tim Allen (Nice Santa / Naughty Santa) – a fat guy in a loud suit and he's not even a Democrat. Eric Lloyd (Charlie) – Santa's nerdy problem child. Elizabeth Mitchell (Carol) – wants to get on Santa's naughty-but-fun list. Art LaFleur (Tooth Fairy) – a bit light in his molars. 'Twas the night before Christmas and all through th– wait just a dawggone minute here; it isn't even close to Thanksgiving yet and already there's a Christmas movie out. Every year the release date for Christmas films gets pushed further back. I figure by the year 2050 they'll...