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- Jul 24, 2007
Checking out Mel Gibson's latest in "Blood Father" . Looks pretty badass. Mel takes on the cartel
Saw "Lucky Number Slevin" on Netflix. It's a 2006 movie about a hitman starring Bruce Willis and Josh Hartnett. The bad guys are a black man (Morgan Freeman) and his inept black family of henchmen; and a Rabbi with his gay son and Mossad trained bodyguards. It's a real suspense thriller and I won't spoil it. Quite politically incorrect.
Wasn't good at all. Also the most negatively portrayed in the film were the racist bikers.
I expect the movie to not mention Lazar Kaganovich, who was the real driving force behind the holodomor, not Stalin.
"Magnus" is actually a new documentary about Magnus Carlsen, a Norwegian chess phenom. Compared to throwing a ball through a hoop, these chess masters are amazing. Interestingly, the only non-white chess master in the documentary was from India. His success was predicated on memorizing computer models and following the recommended move. Whenever Magnus could get him in a game that had not been contemplated by the computer, the Indian was toast. Definitely a tribute to a brilliant White mind.
Thanks, man. I've downloaded a ton of movies over the past few months, most from around that era or after or five years before, including many "atmospheric" horror movies...don't know how I missed that one...now added to my library.Carnival of Souls is a good horror movie from the 1960s. A woman who was in a car wreck is haunted by ghosts. Very atmospheric.
It was available free on youtube. Worth watching. The story behind the movie is interesting too.
Doesn't look as good as the original. There was something irreplaceable about Bronson calmly blowing away degenerate looking POCs, hippies, druggies and f@ggots. Notice in the remake that the punks who kill Kersey's wife are White. Lol, in ChiCongo none the less. The original was way less PC.Looks like the remake of "Death Wish" (starring Bruce Willis) is being deemed "alt right". However...I'm holding judgement as it's directed by that demented, sicko *** Eli Roth.