Archive for the ‘Liberal Hollywood’ Category

Comedian Kathy Griffin.

Wonder what you would find if you frisked the liberal comedians Kathy Griffin and Bill Maher?

Answer: If you did not already know… They are a couple of haters.

CONTENT WARNING: The video clips posted above contains some graphic language.

Once again, this is just typical, vulgar, hateful, obscene, and of course the people on the left laugh.

Regarding Kathy Griffin’s joke – I mean attack – about Sarah Palin giving Sen. John McCain a blowj*b: Where are the feminists!? Oh yeah… I forgot, they are one of the biggest group of hypocrites, because they all swim around in the Progressive cesspool.

Regarding Bill Maher’s joke – I mean attack – about the murder of Glenn Beck: Since when did it become okay to call for the head of other talk show hosts who don’t agree with your political views? Oh yeah… I forgot, the idiots on the far-left can spew all the hateful speech they want without getting attacked by their good friends within the liberal mainstream media.

Okay, time for me to go enjoy the sunshine down here in South Carolina and don’t forget to…

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Marines Invade Haiti!!

Wonder what you would find if you frisked Hollywood’s perception of the Marines?

Answer: Steven Crowder explains.

Although this video has a little humor in it, Steven Crowder gets a little deeper than usual in this one. Hollywood tends to depict our troops in only a few ways: trigger happy and suffering post traumatic stress psychopaths. It doesn’t matter who it is, we should all respect those serving this great country. Every troop deserves our thoughts and prayers, because they are the individuals that keep this world afloat.

Props to Steven Crowder and PJ TV.

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Dictator Hugo Chavez

Wonder what you would find if you frisked the mental state of Venezuelan Dictator Hugo Chavez and actor Danny Glover?

Answer: Both have a few screws loose in their noggins.

First of all, I don’t know if I even need to go into any details about what Hugo Chavez said, because it’s just utterly stupid. I’m sure the United States sent this make-believe weapon into Haiti so we can clean up the mess using all of our resources… No.

Secondly, The Danny Glover clip has already gone public a few days ago, but I figured I would throw it in with the idiotic clip from Hugo Chavez. I’m sure if we accomplished a deal in Copenhagen, Mother Nature would not have blessed Haiti with a terrible natural disaster. Where do these idiotic ideas and conspiracy theories come from!?

Side-Note: Next time I’m driving down the highway, I might toss a copy of Lethal Weapon out the window just to spite Danny Glover. How’s that for biodegradable?

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Wonder what you would find if you frisked some of the audience members that saw Jame Cameron’s new film Avatar?

Answer: Some really weird die-hard fans are suffering from depression and in some cases… suicidal thoughts.

Oh Lordy… Has it really come to this?:

James Cameron’s completely immersive spectacle “Avatar” may have been a little too real for some fans who say they have experienced depression and suicidal thoughts after seeing the film because they long to enjoy the beauty of the alien world Pandora.

On the fan forum site “Avatar Forums,” a topic thread entitled “Ways to cope with the depression of the dream of Pandora being intangible,” has received more than 1,000 posts from people experiencing depression and fans trying to help them cope. The topic became so popular last month that forum administrator Philippe Baghdassarian had to create a second thread so people could continue to post their confused feelings about the movie.

Now don’t get me wrong folks… I have a lot of sympathy for people and all that jazz, but this is just completely absurd. Next thing you know, movie theaters will be required to post depression disclaimers on the movie screens of 3D sci-fi films. With that said, here are some the quotes made by Avatar‘s idiotic depressed fans:

“Ever since I went to see ‘Avatar’ I have been depressed. Watching the wonderful world of Pandora and all the Na’vi made me want to be one of them. I can’t stop thinking about all the things that happened in the film and all of the tears and shivers I got from it,” Mike posted. “I even contemplate suicide thinking that if I do it I will be rebirthed in a world similar to Pandora and the everything is the same as in ‘Avatar.’ “


“When I woke up this morning after watching Avatar for the first time yesterday, the world seemed … gray. It was like my whole life, everything I’ve done and worked for, lost its meaning,” Hill wrote on the forum. “It just seems so … meaningless. I still don’t really see any reason to keep … doing things at all. I live in a dying world.”

“One can say my depression was twofold: I was depressed because I really wanted to live in Pandora, which seemed like such a perfect place, but I was also depressed and disgusted with the sight of our world, what we have done to Earth. I so much wanted to escape reality,” Hill said.

“After discussing on the forums for a while now, my depression is beginning to fade away. Having taken a part in many discussions concerning all this has really, really helped me,” Hill said. “Before, I had lost the reason to keep on living — but now it feels like these feelings are gradually being replaced with others.”

Really… 🙄

Come on people! Snap out of it!

Side-Note: Apparently these idiotic obsessed fans COMPLETELY forgot about the fact that every single creature – besides the Na’vi – tries to kill and eat you on the plant of Pandora! …Is that not like Earth? Haha.

*UPDATE* – January 19, 2010

Ut oh! Apparently watching the film Avatar is now deadly:

A 42-year-old Taiwanese man with a history of high blood pressure has died of a stroke likely triggered by over-excitement from watching the blockbuster Avatar in 3D, a doctor says.


r Kuo died 11 days later from the brain haemorrhage, and the China Times newspaper said it was the first death linked to watching James Cameron’s science-fiction epic Avatar.

Dun! Dun! Dun! And the plot thickens…

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Wonder what you would find if you frisked James Cameron’s new film Avatar?

Answer: Visually engaging, but intellectually moronic.

I apologize ahead of time for not posting anything about the film already, but I didn’t want to write a blog post that just ranted about all the negatives (anti-capitalism/anti-military) I found throughout the entire movie. What changed? After searching the web, I came across Tim Slagle’s review of the film and thought it matched mine as well:

I think every guy has done it at least once. Sure it’s shallow and in retrospect, we’re probably quite embarrassed. I know that every single one of us has  dated a girl that is out of our intellectual depth; but we didn’t care, because she was so breathtakingly gorgeous. They say love is blind, but when it’s not, it can be incredibly stupid.

That’s what I thought of when I was sitting through Avatar. I don’t think there has ever been a dumber picture made. The plot is fairly easy to figure out, only slightly more complicated than a Scooby Doo episode. Once again American corporations are paving over paradise, all in the name of the bottom line. I’m sure that even children are going to know where it’s going within the first fifteen minutes.

Yet despite its overwhelming simplicity, it was hard not to be smitten, because it’s so aesthetically fantastic. The world of Pandora looks like a Rain Forest Café that was turned into a salt water aquarium. It is full of fiberglass animals, mossy trees, anemone and glowing jelly fish.

Everything on Pandora glows in the dark, even those ten-foot half naked blue people. I’m sure that no one will notice that the naked savages were played by African and Native Americans, since the film’s message is so politically correct. It has long been a tradition in Hollywood to let people of color appear naked in films, even after the Hayes code was passed.

Here on Pandora people have evolved to a point where they have an auxiliary USB cord growing out of their heads that allows them to jack up with animals before they ride on them. And if you haven’t seen the movie, yes, it is just as disturbing and uncomfortable to watch as it sounds.

Just like you might want to take a couple extra slugs of scotch before you take your glamour girl out for the evening, you might want to alter yourself before you go to see Avatar. That way you might more easily suspend any logical disbelief you’re going to encounter. Like why a helicopter cockpit that can take a fifty caliber shell, can easily be pierced with an arrow; or that people can be healed with group chanting and swaying (if that were true, no-one would ever need medical treatment at a Grateful Dead concert).

James Cameron claims to have written this film fifteen years ago, which would put it squarely in the middle of the Ecstasy craze. All the glowing colors, peace, and love, that exists on Pandora certainly seems drug inspired.

Then there’s those spaceships. Lots of  spaceships and helicopters, and explosions. It is kind of a cross between 2001 and Die Hard. There’s anti gravity and machine guns, and hydraulic exoskeletons and holographic computer screens. What’s not to love?

I would highly recommend this film if you’re looking to go away for three hours. I would also recommend that you see it in IMAX 3D, where the peripheral encompassing screen and terrific 3D will make YOU feel like an Avatar. If you can turn of your brain for three hours, you won’t be disappointed.

You might even fall in love.

Mr. Slagle’s review is written a lot better than mine would have been, haha. The first two paragraphs – I believe – is a perfect description to give future Avatar moviegoers.

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Introducing... Hit-Girl.

Wonder what you would find if you frisked Hollywood’s up coming films?

Answer: The movie Kick-Ass.


Haha… Hollywood really makes you laugh sometimes. This movie trailer being a case in point.

I am going to assume that Hollywood’s ‘line you don’t cross’ is one that is drawn with chalk, because this movie looks like it might tippy toe over it just a tad. A hitman that just so happens to be a 12 year-old girl? Really Hollywood?

If you are interested in seeing what the actual film is about, click here. This trailer is the official trailer. The one posted above just introduces ‘Hit-Girl’ to the public… Which I don’t know if that was a good idea or not? Either way, I’ll probably end up seeing the movie when it comes out in April. Haha.

Nevermind… I just saw this other trailer for the film. Haha.

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Wonder what you would find if you frisked Newsweek writer Ramin Setoodeh?

Answer: Apparently George W. Bush is to blame for Hollywood’s depressing movies.

Hmm… Mr. Setoodeh doesn’t even hint at it, he just dives right in:

You can blame Hollywood’s doom and gloom on the Oscars, but I’m not going to. Instead, I think it’s George W. Bush’s fault. Most liberal directors felt restless under his presidency, and they pushed the envelope with over-the-top, operatic tragedies. From 1997 to 2000, during Bill Clinton’s second term, 20 percent of the best-picture nominees were comedies (Shakespeare in Love, The Full Monty, As Good as It Gets, etc.). During Bush’s second term, the Academy nominated only two comedies—Juno and Little Miss Sunshine—for best picture, and roughly three fourths of all the films (The Departed, There Will Be Blood, The Reader) fixated on death.

If the apocalypse really is coming, as these movies suggest, Hollywood might be the first hit. During bad times, moviegoers historically look for escapist entertainment. At the height of the Great Depression, people flocked to gangster movies and screwball comedies. Now even the popcorn blockbusters have gone to the dark side. The kids in the latest Harry Potter and Twilight movies could use antidepressants. The new Terminator felt as if it could have been written by McCarthy. People are always complaining that Hollywood movies suck because the studios care only about topping the other guy’s special effects, but the way films pile on the pain amounts to its own kind of grotesque pissing contest. It’s starting to feel like Misery Porn.

I believe the lesson learned here is: It’s impossible for liberals to take responsibility for anything.

Personally, it seems like Mr. Setoodeh is just unhappy with his recent movie collection and doesn’t want to upset those that preach his ideology – celebrities. The easiest thing for a liberal to do is blame former President Bush for all the mishaps that occur in their lives. It just comes natural to them as it comes natural for President Obama to say “uhhh” as he switches his attention to the opposite teleprompter.

Side-Note: As pointed out by one of my friends, The Departed was a remake while There Will Be Blood and The Reader were both books. Honestly, did Mr. Setoodeh forget to do his research before touching his pen to the notepad? I’m going to go out on a limb and say “no.”

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