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Boycott America: The Story of Us

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I was very excited to see another alternative in the wasteland that is Sunday night television.  Sure the Pacific is great, but HBO follows it with Treme, which for a story of New Orleans seems very much obsessed with New Orleans music to the point of ignoring all that looting that went on post Katrina and I am sure still goes on today.  When the History Channel began running commercials for America: The Story of Us, I was understandably excited.   There is no country whose story I would rather hear about than our own and there is none that would make for more gripping television.

I did of course have to check this afternoon to make sure this wasn’t some liberal propaganda that would show the United States to be the greatest evil on the planet.  I did a quick google search and was shocked and appalled to find out that this movie was nothing more than liberal claptrap directed by liberal nut job Rob Reiner and stars fellow liberals Michelle Pfeiffer and Bruce Willis.   Perhaps, what I found most offensive was that Reiner was going to tell the story of America not from the eyes of a veteran of Valley Forge, but from a self-indulgent couple going through a divorce.

For a cable channel billing themselves as the History Channel, they should know that divorce wasn’t even legal through most of our country’s history.  I believe my daughter would be far happier today if that ruling still was in effect and her cow of a mother couldn’t legally divorce me just to shack up with her personal trainer, but I digress.

I have heard that some things like the visual effects of the musket fire in slow motion were interesting, but no clever visuals can distract from liberal Reiner’s attempt to view America through the eyes of a modern day couple instead of from our founding fathers who would not have put up with our current socialist government.  I am calling on you gentle readers to boycott this trash.   This is not the America I love so well.

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April 25, 2010 at 9:48 pm

The Green Zone May Be The Worst Movie Ever

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I was extremely shocked and angry this evening when I caught Roger Ebert’s review of the movie The Green Zone.  The movie is a fictionalized story about the invasion of Iraq and particularly the days after the war and the search for weapons of mass destruction.    This movie is perhaps the biggest load of sewage ever to be foisted on the American public.   Matt Damon’s character is actually targeted for assassination by his U.S. military colleagues and corrupt government officials after not finding weapons of mass destruction in Iraq.  Obviously, stuff like that would never happen.   When Joe Wilson reported the lack of WMDs in the real world, Karl Rove and Dick Cheney simply outed his wife as a CIA operative.  No effort was made to assassinate these people.

The worst part of the movie is when Matt Damon’s character goes on his one man anti-government campaign we’re supposed to root for him like we would if he was an angry protester flying his own small plane into an IRS building.   What Damon does is treason and I will tell Hollywood right now that I will never root for treason.  There was an unconfirmed report from Buffalo, New York by the Buffalo News and by Fox News that two older couples walked out during a screening.   I still remember when I was in high school watching many older couple walk out on the Kenny Rogers movie Six Pack in the same kind of political protest.  The movie tanked shortly after.

The movie was made by Universal Studios which is a division of GE who are the same liberals who bring us MSNBC to criticize American values and blindly support the President on a nightly basis.  At first, I was very intrigued to see the movie because it looked like mindless escapist entertainment like The Hurt Locker, but instead I see it’s full of heavy handed politics, which I don’t need from my movies.  I urge all my readers to boycott this movie and instead urge Hollywood to begin making more of the movies we want to see about heroic American soldiers who put it all on the line whether they’re fighting for this great country or relaxing with a game of beach volleyball.

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March 12, 2010 at 10:04 pm

Avatar – The Worst Movie Ever Made

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Despite amazing special effects like these, Avatar is the worst movie ever made.

I know several people have asked me for my take on Avatar and I try not to disappoint my faithful readers.   Avatar is the worst movie ever made.   It has groundbreaking 3-D special effects, but after awhile,  they can’t cover up the thin plot that is your typical recycled story that they borrowed from Dances with Wolves, The Last Samurai, and Brian’s Song.    Action takes place on the planet Pandora, where a bunch of 10 foot tall blue aliens live.   This is where the lead character winds up.   At first, he goes there to infiltrate the aliens, but eventually he goes native.

Obviously, this movie is an analogy for our foreign policy.  I find this movie insulting and anti-American and I have no doubt that if I went to see it, I would find it to be the worst movie I ever saw.  I thought of leading a boycott of this movie,  but I realized there are already several great conservative boycotts of the movie so I had no need to reinvent the wheel.   The problem is that a group of left wing nut jobs is already boycotting Avatar, supposedly because it doesn’t advocate transgenderism.   I find this to be a horrible situation.   How do I let James Cameron know that I do not approve of movies like Avatar that show America in such a negative light while not supporting showing transgenders in a positive light?  Please readers and help me with this dilemma because I’m stuck.

UPDATE: I have been told that this picture was not actually from the movie Avatar, but from an older movie called Flash Gordon.   Now, this one looks good. I’m sure the anti-heterosexual boycotters would cringe at this decidedly masculine image, but I think I’m going to pick this one up on Netflix.

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January 6, 2010 at 10:42 pm

Liberal Propaganda Destroys Star Trek Franchise

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I have to admit that I had big hopes for the new Star Trek movie.   I had never cared much for the original with its message that the United Nations…I mean Federation would save us all.  However, the new movie promised to replace all that lovey dovey garbage with a healthy dose of explosions.  I couldn’t have been more turned off if the screen play had been written by Nancy Pelosi and Harry Reid.

In this case The Romulans are used to represent the United States.   The big weapon they use is a drill.   Hmm, just like the United States drilling for oil in the Middle East.   After they have attacked with their drill, the Romulans unleash their ultimate weapon which they refer to as red matter which is so powerful that even a small drop creates a black hole that then consumes everything.   I literally groaned when I saw this thinly veiled reference to American capitalism.

The Enterprise is made up of the original motley collection of ethnics with the only American being a screw up from Iowa who gets it right in the end.   It was funny that the creators decided to base James Kirk on their opinion of Tom Harken, but it was more funny sad than funny ha ha.  If Kirk was Harken, then Spock was meant to be a Middle-Easterner with a culture that we Westerners would never understand.  In the ultimate bit of disrespect for survivors of terrorism, Spock actually destroyed the Romulans by crashing his ship into theirs in a nod to 9/11.

The producers even felt the need to comment on waterboarding by showing Pike strapped to a board in a pool of water.   Though the aliens never waterboarded him on screen, it was clearly intended.   In the  end the movie depicts America’s final collapse as being the result of our own capitalistic society which we have unleashed on the rest of the world.

Excuse me for not wanting to be preached at during the movies, but this is not your father’s Star Trek…its worse.   Even Dr. McCoy was turned into an advertisement for socialized medicine.   I’m not going to call for a boycott of this movie, but if you see it you’re either a liberal or have $10 to waste being preached at.  To rate Star Trek I set my phaser to crappy.

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May 8, 2009 at 10:24 pm

Dark Knight Boycott Exceeds Goal!

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If you remember, last week I challenged you. I set a bar of $30,000,000 and asked for a “concerted effort” to drop Batman’s take below $30,000,000 this week.  Honestly, I didn’t think it could be done.  Well, my heroes I am happy to tell you that we didn’t just drop it to $30,000,000.   This week Batman’s take was a paltry $26,000,000.  Now, remember this movie took in over $160,000,000 before the boycott.

By my calculations, we have cost Warner Brothers over $200,000,000 with our boycott.  This is not chump change for one blog fed up with lie-beral propaganda in the media.  However, I know that the internets and word of mouth are a powerful tool.  I hope this serves as a warning to all of Hollywood.  Start making Conservative movies if you want us to see them.

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August 12, 2008 at 2:46 pm

Dark Knight Boycott Overwhelming Success

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On July 24th, I called on the readers of the blog to boycott the Dark Knight movie as the piece of liberal propaganda that it was.  Your response has been both overwhelming and humbling for me.  Together we are taking on Hollywood and winning.  What’s more, the big beneficiary of our boycott seems to be The Mummy 3 which is a patriotic movie showing how the American family can stand up to Chinese imperialism and defeat their plan for global superiority.  In the weekend before I announced the boycott, The Dark Knight racked in nearly $160,000,000.  I was worried that I was too late in getting out my boycott appeal on July 24th, but the weekend following the boycott announcement the movie’s gross dropped to only $75,000,0000.  With the boycott in full swing this week the movie has dropped to less than $44,000,000.  I believe with a concerted effort we can drop it to around $30,000,000 this week.  Of course, you don’t hear about this on the mainstream media anywhere.  I guess grassroots movements aren’t flashy enough.  Flashy or not its working and that is all because of you my readers.

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August 4, 2008 at 10:26 am