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A pure and frankly typically deranged Bernie Sanders supporter (NBC reporting a nutjob named James T. Hodgkinson) shoots up a a baseball field filled with Republicans today. Checking out his Facebook page (before it's taken down) and the guy sounds like so many of these liberal loons. Even on this page you get such venom for President Trump and so much irrational hatred. Where will it end?

This nutjob was posting petitions and commenting "Trump is a Traitor. Trump Has Destroyed Our Democracy. It's Time to Destroy Trump & Co." right on his Facebook page.

Hollywood is only making it worse. I've read everything from "pick up a brick and attack Trump supporters" to stuff like Joss Whedon calling for harming Republicans. Even the liberal loser Marvel has writing the current Captain America comic book is posting things on Twitter like "good Republicans are a myth" and that they are all evil. All this hatred and STUPIDITY has to stop.
Jun 14, 2017 3:19 PM
Well, I was wrong about The Wolverine. Good film but the domestic box office just isn't there.

Man of Steel being a terrible film and turning up rotten with critics certainly stopped that movie in its tracks.
Aug 3, 2013 9:28 PM
I love how a guy like Clooney that's as out of touch with the common man as it gets pretends he can speak for hard working "real Americans" as if he has a clue.
Aug 3, 2013 9:23 PM
[FONT=Verdana]** :rotten:[/FONT]
[FONT=Verdana]I felt the plot had no cohesion making it difficult for many in the audience to get caught up in the film. That?s a big surprise because if you don?t truly empathize with the lead character, what?s the point of an adventure film? Kirk was done so much better in the first film that it is truly disappointing to see what they did with him here. Yet, here again, they made him as inept as they did in the first film (my one main critique of that movie) yet they paid off none of his potential and he has little of the charm of the first. I had hoped that this would be better and I?m guessing I?m not alone. I found myself trying hard to like the film but failing miserably. JJ overworked and overthought this movie. What a shame but I guess even the greats can swing at miss a few times. Here?s hoping his Star Wars is MUCH MUCH better. [/FONT]
May 15, 2013 3:57 PM
Iron Man 3 won't be touched.

Why is no one really mentioning The Wolverine? The limp last film made $180 million domestic AFTER it was leaked all over the place. If it's as good as some are saying, it will run at Man of Steel numbers. In fact, right now the race between those two films is too close to call.
May 12, 2013 6:55 PM
Diogenes;20483747I loved this. Everybody was at the top of their game, especially Robert Downey Jr., charismatic as hell and perfectly suited for Black's script, and Gwyneth Paltrow, who gave the maturest, most self-assured performance I've seen from her in some time. For the first time, I really felt that their relationship was a true partnership (unlike in previous films, where they aimed for this, and only sort of achieved it). Guy Pearce is one of my personal favorites, so I enjoyed seeing him in a big mainstream movie, and Rebecca Hall is great too. Don Cheadle had relatively less to do, but even he was far more engaging here than in the previous movies.

You could say there's an excess of witty banter, but given how enjoyable most of it was, I can't exactly complain about it. The movie isn't afraid to be fun, a huge blockbuster popcorn movie, but until the end, most of the action was fairly pared down. Even the parts that could have veered toward twee territory, like with the precocious kid, didn't 'cause the director kept the tone wry and snappy. Essentially, I feel that the movie achieved everything it wanted to be, and is a perfect summer popcorn movie.

Oh, and the president is White! But I'm not one to complain about William Sadler...

Same here. I loved this movie. It's smart and fun and I found it to be a breath of fresh air in to the genre in general.

Thumbs Way Up :up:
May 10, 2013 2:05 PM
post tenebras lux;20483539The La Times said The Great Gatsby is devoid of any class, which is what we've come to expect from a Baz production. All flash no substance.

On the other hand, the LA Weekly said the one redeeming factor of Gatsby is that it's all flash and no substance. Just one big party.

Both papers commented on the stilted acting delivery of most of the main players. I can understand, Baz is not a great director of actors.

Moulin Rouge is pretty but compared to Jean Renoir's French CanCan it pales so much. It also has a lack of Jean Gabin and obviously Renoir.

All flash no substance is NEVER a good thing. So, this is no split decision for me.
May 9, 2013 8:45 PM
Feuer und Eis;20480748This looks like a parody trailer of an Oscar bait film.

Exactly. It looks cheesy and laughable to me as well.
May 8, 2013 9:17 PM
Feuer und Eis;20480748This looks like a parody trailer of an Oscar bait film.

Exactly. It looks cheesy and laughable to me as well.
May 8, 2013 9:16 PM
Oct 15, 2009 10:36 PM
It won't last....I'll be in my bunk.
Oct 15, 2009 10:34 PM
THE only reason I ever watched Earl.


Oct 15, 2009 10:31 PM
Obama IS a failure and even worse, WILL BE a failure. After this health care fiasco passes wait for the immigration and the ludicrous climate change bills to farther drive the country down the shitter. RT is filled with liberal nit-wits but even you guys are going to see it soon. Live and learn and wait for it.

Oct 15, 2009 10:22 PM
The look is eternal and works in the 21st century as well.

Bow before greatness.
Oct 15, 2009 10:15 PM
I bet you're a fruitcake, ass.
May 5, 2009 2:19 PM
Mar 1, 2009 9:58 PM

Scorsese's best film.

Mar 1, 2009 9:54 PM


I hope all the narrow minded, liberal agenda voters here have the guts to apologize for supporting this inexperienced "celebrity-in-chief" when the spending package and this overstuffed budget proposal does nothing but expand government but worsens the economy. They'll probably enter a severe state of denial but hopefully the truly intelligent will be able to shift through the excuses and media love and see the truth. Either way, we're in for a nightmare. (The stock market didn't just go through its worst January and February EVER because Obama's economic plan is promising. It's a liberal grab bag spending spree that promotes nothing of substance.) Mark my words. I, and the rest of America will be accepting your apologies in a few years if you have the courage to admit how very wrong you are and were and this point in time. I'll re-post this very entry in 2011 and I'll be accepting those apologies and behalf of the 46% of voters who weren't conned by the empty suited Obama mystique.
Mar 1, 2009 9:48 PM