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Discussion in 'Happy Hour' started by Bronk, Mar 19, 2007.

  1. werewolf

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    Surprise surprise "black panther" was made by two gentlemen of the talmudic faith...

    https://johndenugent.com/english/up...frican-super-race-paul-joseph-watson-rips-it/
     
  2. werewolf

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    Before it became forbidden and doubleplus politically incorrect to do so, people were actually in black africa writing in detail about the lives of negroes in their native habitat, all the early explorers, and later films were made, such as those by Osa and Martin Johnson.

    Here they are in all their glory, the negro in africa, befo de wite debil dun cumd along an stold all their advanced siyins an teknologees!

     
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  3. werewolf

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    I don't watch new movies, but a terrificmovie about boston mobs, "friends of eddie coyle", 1973, and one of my favorites, about crime in Montreal, the hard to find "and then you die", 1987.
     
  4. Heretic

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    I downloaded this one a couple of months ago and am eager to watch it.
     
  5. celticdb15

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    Thanks for some solid recommendations
     
  6. werewolf

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    Let me know what you think. It's hard to watch. Its brutal. And tragically it's true. Solzhenitsyn said that the rulers of the seven largest Bolshevik gulags - REAL death camps! - were all Jews.
     
  7. chris371

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    Was sick all weekend, so I Made an 80s weekend of it: Red Dawn, Red Heat, Rocky 3, Road House. Good weekend ;)
     
  8. Extra Point

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    I haven't seen the first three but Road House with Patrick Swayze was pretty good.
     
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    All four beat the stew outta any garbage that Hellyweird churns out these days.
     
  10. Charles Martel

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    Dunkirk was very good, it deserves to win Best Picture but it won't. If they would have replaced the actors with Negroes it would likely have won.

    Fifteen others I'll recommend:


    Waterloo
    Black Hawk Down
    The Bounty
    Northmen - A Viking Saga
    The Outlaw Josey Wales
    Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo
    War and Peace
    Oliver Twist
    The Pardon (was bashed or ignored by critics because of it's Christian theme)
    55 Days at Peking
    The Lighthorsemen
    Cinderella Man
    The Last Confederate: The Story of Robert Adams
    Centurion
    The Siege of Firebase Gloria












     
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  11. TomIron361

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    Here's some recommendations "Jerry and Tom" - "Ride With The Devil" - "15:17 To Paris"
    The first is an Indie about two hitmen.
    The second is about Confederate Civil War Bushwackers in Missouri
    The third is out now and is an Eastwood movie about the three guys on the train who thwarted a terrorist. Actually, it was the one White guy who did the real heroic work - good movie.
     
  12. Heretic

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    Box Office Suffers Worst March in Years

    I've been checking the results the last few weeks late on Sunday and, outside of the massively over-hyped (for obvious reasons) "Black Panther", all of the others have underperformed woefully. This weekend's "Pacific Rim Rising", with the lead actor being the black actor from the new Star Wars films garnered only $28.1 million dollars, nationally. "Tomb Raider", in it's second week, garnered only $10.1 million.
     
  13. knightedsoldier5000

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    Back in the 80s they made movies about "All American" teenage kids using guns to fight off communist invasion. Nowadays, in real life we have gender confused teens marching across the country demanding that Americans be disarmed. Sick, sick state of affairs the communists have put us in today. Oh how far the mighty USA has fallen!!


    As for movies, most stuff out of the 80s is safe. Even if there's blacks in the movie, back then it was extremely rare to see any interracial glorification. And non-whites outside of blacks were almost non-existent in movies. Nowadays it's interracial relationships glorified in every movie, and every type of non-white along with **** in everything on the big screen. Why did we let these monsters degrade our society and culture so badly?

    80s teen movies are a guilty pleasure that I grew up on. There will just never be anything like that era again. Only bad thing is when I watch these classics it reminds me of how much they've stolen from us and how much we've lost. Very sad.
     
  14. Charles Martel

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    I watched The Shape of Water on the weekend.

    It was truly awful, probably the worst movie to ever win an Oscar for Best Picture.

    I also saw Oscar winner
    Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri a week or so ago. It was poor, although not quite as bad as The Shape of Water.

    Movies I've seen from 2017 and my ratings:

    Dunkirk
    10/10
    I, Tonya 8/10
    The Case for Christ 8/10
    Pilgrimage 8/10
    Megan Leavey 7/10

    Life 5/10
    Wind River 5/10
    It 5/10
    Alien: Covenant 4/10
    Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri 3/10
    The Shape of Water 2/10





     
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  15. chris371

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    Harsh Times is rough around the edges but fun to watch. Fight Club too.
     
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    I agree with your basic premise, but there is Das Boot, All Quiet on The Western Front, The Blue Max, Amadeus (Austrians), The Desert Fox, and Cross of Iron.
     
  17. Heretic

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    I got the same sad feeling watching a French film from 1970 a couple of months ago. Beautiful, feminine, happy White women, especially the lead actress; confident masculine White men; safe, clean streets, parks, and neighborhoods. No refugee scum or SJWs anywhere to be seen.

    I got nostalgic for the eighties and watched the following clip from "Fast Times at Ridgemont High" from 1982. It was put up less than two years and already has almost 3 million views. Sad, too, how much it's changed since then as well. The comment section of this clip is deluged with people longing for that era again. Some Millennials posting that they wish they could have experienced it instead of the sh*t PC/Police State society of today. This was SoCal in the early 80's and you'll notice the high school is 95+% White. I bet the same school is now far below 50% White.



    I also liked John Candy's stuff from the mid-to-late 80's. "The Great Outdoors" from 1988 was a fun comedy with heart...about the last time you'd see a movie like that as most would devolve into just toilet humor and potty mouths without wit or heart. Heck, just ten years later "Something About Mary" came along and what a contrast that was to the stuff just ten years prior.
     
  18. Heretic

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    Didn't want to include a link to CNN to give them the traffic, so I included the entire article here. Celebrating the decline of "White male lead" roles.


    Diversity is dominating the 2018 box office

    [​IMG]by Frank Pallotta @frankpallotta March 26, 2018: 3:31 PM ET
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    The Marvel model for success

    There's only one weekend so far in 2018 in which a film with a white male lead actor has won the box office.

    Films with women or minorities in lead roles have led the box office 11 out of 12 weekends this year, according to data from Box Office Mojo, a site that tracks box office revenue.

    In the same 12-week period in 2017, only five weekends were dominated by films with women or minorities in the lead. "Hidden Figures" led for two weeks, "Get Out" for one and "Beauty and the Beast" for two.

    "Maze Runner: The Death Cure," starring Dylan O'Brien, toppled "Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle" in the North American box office on the weekend of January 26, only to have "Jumanji" claim the top spot again the following weekend.

    "Jumanji" had the top box office spot in the first three weekends of 2018. The film, which stars Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson and Kevin Hart, opened on December 20 with a $36.1 million haul. "Jumanji" went on to rake in more than $942 million worldwide.

    The action adventure film was finally dethroned by "Fifty Shades Freed," the last installment in the "Fifty Shades" trilogy. The film, which stars Dakota Johnson, nabbed $38.5 million in its opening weekend, right before Valentine's Day.

    Then "Black Panther" roared into theaters on February 16.

    The superhero film starring Chadwick Boseman and a predominantly African-American cast shattered records bringing in a four-day Presidents' Day holiday total of $241.9 million. It also broke the records for the biggest three-day opening for February and the biggest opening for an African-American director.

    The runaway success kept dominating in February bringing in $1 billion worldwide in less than a month and topping the U.S. box office five weekends in a row -- a feat last achieved by 2009's "Avatar".

    Nearly a fourth of 2018's total box office gross can be credited to "Black Panther," according to comScore.

    Related: 'Blank Panther' is the most tweeted about movie ever

    The top two films of the weekend on March 9 were led by minorities: "Black Panther" and "A Wrinkle in Time," which stars Storm Reid and Oprah Winfrey. Both were also directed by African-Americans.

    "Black Panther's" box office run at the top came to an end last weekend when another film led by a person of color, Universal's "Pacific Rim Uprising" starring John Boyega, opened at $28 million in North America.
     
  19. Don Wassall

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    Don't know if it's been mentioned on the lists of movies we like but I recently watched "Planes, Trains and Automobiles" again, released in 1987 starring John Candy and Steve Martin. It's one of those comedies that stands the test of time and is always watchable. Very good rapport between Candy and Martin with lots of funny moments, it's one of those 1980s movies that would never be made today, though it's in the vein of 1990s comedies like Tommy Boy and Kingpin.

    Too bad John Candy couldn't control his weight as he died at the young age of just 43 from heart problems. He was English and Scottish on his father's side and Polish and Ukrainian on his mother's side. "Summer Rental" (1985) is another comedy where John was at his best.
     
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    The chrome dome puke who wrote this drivel looks like a candy@$$ millennial beta/omega “male”...who couldn’t fight his way out of a wet paper sack. I bet that cherry snowflake is absolutely ecstatic about everything “Hellyweird”.
     
  21. knightedsoldier5000

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    A must-watch for anyone with kids is King Solomon's Mines (1985). It's a sort of tongue in cheek Indiana Jones rip off with a white man explorer as the hero. Africans are depicted as the total savages they really are. They even throw Sharon Stone and the white explorer into a giant pot so they can cook and eat them. This movie is really hard to find - I think they're trying to suppress it since it's so unPC. Blacks would be up in arms if this movie was made today.

    http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0089421/
     
  22. Thrashen

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    Even though it was released when I was one year old, it's always been my favorite comedy. It's not only hilarious, but heartfelt as well. The scene where Steve Martin falls down a snowy hill adjacent to a highway bridge abutment after having to walk back to the rental car place (1:35 in the clip below) is so funny because it could definitely happen in real life...



    The "underwear" scene, the scene where John Candy yells "give him the goddamn glove" at the dog in the back of the truck, the rental car being destroyed, the scene where they get drunk together in a hotel room, etc. My 7-year old daughter watched an edited-for-profanity version of the movie a few months ago on TV and still talks about the parts she thought were funny.
     
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  23. celticdb15

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    Currently watching Sicario. Good one so far, shows the violence our amigos to the South are ruled by.
     
  24. chris371

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    Guess ill give Sicario a go, Thanks!
     
  25. TomIron361

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    Here's an old movie worth watching - "Night of the Generals." It's a whodoneit with Peter O'toole and Omar Shariff (miscast in my opinion). It takes place mostly in WW2 Europe but goes post WW2 to finally get the murderer. Good movie.
     

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