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I've been on a bit of a Steve McQueen kick lately. If you want to purge some of the cultural faggotry from your mind then I recommend watching some of his classics as a deep mental cleanse. McQueen was a man's man both on and off screen kind of like James Coburn. Interestingly enough both were also good friends with Bruce Lee and were pallbearers at his funeral.


His best films in no specific order:

Bullitt (I've seen this one no less than 10+ times in my life. It's so damn good)
The Great Escape (watch this one more than once so many good performances)
Papillon
Tom Horn (One of his last roles near the end of his life)
Towering Inferno
The Getaway
Magnificent seven (the western adaptation from Kurosawa's seven samurai)
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(06-23-2019 09:34 PM)Jones Wrote:  I grew up with Toy Story, Woody and Buzz were friends to me as a toddler. I've watched that movie dozens of times as a nostalgic escape into a fun and colourful world of imagination and play. One of my favourite movies if nothing else than for how it played a part of my childhood.

Toy Story 2 was like a back-to-back sports championship - not your first, but still felt just as good.

Toy Story 3 took me back to my childhood of the first 2 movies. It was different, yet reminded me that like Andy, you grow out of your toys and make believe, you become an adult and have kids so next generation can experience the joys of life like you once did.

It had a moving ending: realizing that the material items that have emotional significance must be parted with if we are ever to fully mature (in religious terms, to love God so much that our love for Him matters most and more than any material love - the death of childhood to fully become a child of God)

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Your analysis is spot on IMO, TS1 was a groundbreaking movie, TS2 was a solid sequel but TS3 just knocked it out of the park on all levels and was a great end to the series. I too came up watching Toy Story and was in college when the third movie came out, the theme of growing up and leaving your toys behind elicited an emotional response in me that I usually don't get while watching animated films. Also the scene where the toys are facing death and holding on to each other...It was a work of art.

When I saw TS4 announced I was thinking "Nobody asked for this, this is totally unnecessary, the series is already ended, etc." Of course they were going to inject SJW propaganda and all that BS into it. It really bums me out. I really don't have any desire to see it, and I most definitely won't be paying money for it. They should have left it alone.
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(06-25-2019 08:22 AM)El Chinito loco Wrote:  I've been on a bit of a Steve McQueen kick lately. If you want to purge some of the cultural faggotry from your mind then I recommend watching some of his classics as a deep mental cleanse. McQueen was a man's man both on and off screen kind of like James Coburn. Interestingly enough both were also good friends with Bruce Lee and were pallbearers at his funeral.


His best films in no specific order:

Bullitt (I've seen this one no less than 10+ times in my life. It's so damn good)
The Great Escape (watch this one more than once so many good performances)
Papillon
Tom Horn (One of his last roles near the end of his life)
Towering Inferno
The Getaway
Magnificent seven (the western adaptation from Kurosawa's seven samurai)

I decided to no longer give a shit about modern propaganda movies. I appreciate some of the recent craft and special effects, but when it's only a tool to convey some globohomo agenda destroying good story, then what's the sense?

The Hollywood idiots cannot do anything without an agenda - with some rare exceptions.

So I have now movies on my list with:

Charlton Heston - all movies
Kurosawa movies
Charles Bronson
Steve McQueen
Clint Eastwood
John Wayne

That's enough watching for years by my schedule. There are plenty of movies from the 1920s to the early 2000s to watch. The modern propaganda crap will pass one day, but it may take a few decades. Old Red Pill content is plentiful enough to last you several lifetimes.
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(06-25-2019 10:26 AM)Simeon_Strangelight Wrote:  
(06-25-2019 08:22 AM)El Chinito loco Wrote:  I've been on a bit of a Steve McQueen kick lately. If you want to purge some of the cultural faggotry from your mind then I recommend watching some of his classics as a deep mental cleanse. McQueen was a man's man both on and off screen kind of like James Coburn. Interestingly enough both were also good friends with Bruce Lee and were pallbearers at his funeral.


His best films in no specific order:

Bullitt (I've seen this one no less than 10+ times in my life. It's so damn good)
The Great Escape (watch this one more than once so many good performances)
Papillon
Tom Horn (One of his last roles near the end of his life)
Towering Inferno
The Getaway
Magnificent seven (the western adaptation from Kurosawa's seven samurai)

I decided to no longer give a shit about modern propaganda movies. I appreciate some of the recent craft and special effects, but when it's only a tool to convey some globohomo agenda destroying good story, then what's the sense?

The Hollywood idiots cannot do anything without an agenda - with some rare exceptions.

So I have now movies on my list with:

Charlton Heston - all movies
Kurosawa movies
Charles Bronson
Steve McQueen
Clint Eastwood
John Wayne

That's enough watching for years by my schedule. There are plenty of movies from the 1920s to the early 2000s to watch. The modern propaganda crap will pass one day, but it may take a few decades. Old Red Pill content is plentiful enough to last you several lifetimes.

A lot of these actors are connected under the umbrella of John Ford. If you aren't familiar with classic westerns then I highly recommend watching everything in his filmography. His life is one of the most interesting stories ever as well and he literally filmed the battle of midway in 1942 and was present during the Omaha beach landings and filmed that as well.
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(06-25-2019 08:22 AM)El Chinito loco Wrote:  I've been on a bit of a Steve McQueen kick lately. If you want to purge some of the cultural faggotry from your mind then I recommend watching some of his classics as a deep mental cleanse. McQueen was a man's man both on and off screen kind of like James Coburn. Interestingly enough both were also good friends with Bruce Lee and were pallbearers at his funeral.


His best films in no specific order:

Bullitt (I've seen this one no less than 10+ times in my life. It's so damn good)
The Great Escape (watch this one more than once so many good performances)
Papillon
Tom Horn (One of his last roles near the end of his life)
Towering Inferno
The Getaway
Magnificent seven (the western adaptation from Kurosawa's seven samurai)

I have seen all these movies many times, except "The Getaway." So, I just ordered it. It is directed by Sam Peckinpah!

Quote:The Getaway opened on December 13, 1972 to generally negative reviews. Even so, numerous retrospective critics gave the film good reviews. A box office hit earning over $36 million, it was the second highest-grossing film of the year, and was one of the most financially successful productions of Peckinpah's and McQueen's careers.
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Ford is one of the best to do it. Made a few very tender films as well (eg. How Green Was My Valley).

Dudes should also check out John Huston, who lived just as interesting a life as the stories he filmed.

Some of his absolute classics:

The Treasure Of The Sierra Madre
The Asphalt Jungle
The Misfits
Fat City
The Life & Times Of Judge Roy Bean
The Man Who Would Be King

And then he has plenty of other fun, weird, or otherwise watchable flicks:

The Maltese Falcon
Key Largo
Beat The Devil
The List Of Adrian Messenger
The Night Of The Iguana
The Kremlin Letter
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Well this looks shit...





More girl power crap - this looks like it will bomb at the box office.
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No words for that shit, but just goes to show how much money these morons have to spend, bribe, and waste on propaganda is infinite. Most guys I know would knock all 3 out in ten seconds flat, this ass-kicking-chick nonsense is beyond annoying.
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(06-24-2019 02:51 PM)Manbeline Wrote:  When I go see disney movies these days, I play a game to see how many diverse people they put down. Toy Story did not have a lack of them, including the mixed parents that were obviously put in. Im surprised they didn't make Bonnie's parents mixed with the way they were going. Noticed how the white girl Harmony was made "bad" for rejecting a toy and yet the black girl was the one to accept her in the end? Talk about a art school project gone wrong.

I think the worse thing was what they did to the dad. He was ridiculed throughout the entire movie and made fun of. They both looked like parents from some Oregon town, so they get points for keeping accurate. Though I doubt a hipster born father would travel with a trailer. A sad mixing of traditional and modern families. I guess we were also saved from seeing homosexual couples. I couldnt spot any in the rv park setting.

Disney's diversity shit is total pandering - look at how diverse the Disney leadership is.

How about Netflix? Sony Pictures? MGM? Viacom? Warner Bros?

There's not much diversity there is there? It's not going to change anytime soon.

Someone who used to work at Disney and told me a few things:
  • Most black employees are either gay males or women, usually in admin roles. Good luck getting a job if you're a masculine black man.
  • The VPs and above are nearly all white or Jewish. He went to an African American event at Disney, and the highest ranking guy there was a director.
  • They manipulate their stats by hiring a lot of East Asian women - this gives them two diversity points - female and a minority. He said that in his corner of the office there were 7 Asian women. One of the hiring VPs was a white guy with strong yellow fever.
  • If you're a black woman who's not an admin, you can act like a total bitch to your coworkers and never get fired. Black women in technical roles are so rare, they're basically bulletproof.
  • He once overheard 2 VPs discussing candidates for a role, and he heard them say that a candidate should be hired because she's a woman, over a more qualified male candidate.
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(06-29-2019 08:09 PM)WalterBlack Wrote:  Well this looks shit...





More girl power crap - this looks like it will bomb at the box office.

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That Disney thread is coming soon. Still compiling notes and was on a retreat this weekend.
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I saw the new Chucky movie this weekend. Girlfriend wanted to see it so I took her after she drove 5 hours to come visit me. I had low expectations but it was pretty entertaining. It had a theme of “we use technology too much/rely on it too much” and actually didn’t glorify single motherhood. There was one girl power moment but it was so cringe-inducing that I’m sure it had normies rolling their eyes. My gf said “if there was a dad involved none of this would’ve happened!” And it’s funny bc it’s true, the mom buys her depressed son a doll because she works all the time and he spends so much time on his phone. A shitlordian interpretation of the symbolic message behind the movie could literally be “single motherhood traumatizes children.”
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I caught The Ballad of Buster Scruggs the other day and really enjoyed it. It's not 1 film but actually separate tales of fictional characters in the Old West. All the stories are good except for the last one so I'd highly recommend checking this film out.
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(06-29-2019 08:09 PM)WalterBlack Wrote:  Well this looks shit...





More girl power crap - this looks like it will bomb at the box office.

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Believe wahmen you chauvinist pig! And then go give them 20$ at the cinema! And no looking at the sexy ladies, we have almost wiped out the sex-appeal so there is not much for your toxic male gaze left.
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The black rim glasses sell the look.
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This looks pretty SJW free to me. A new WW2 movie:



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Midway is directed by Roland Emmerich.

It's probably going to be Michael Bay-lite at best. Lots of special effects, cookie cutter action sequences, and little substance.

He's a pretty shit director.
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Oh look another world war movie churned out of the Hollywood propaganda mill. Guaranteed to be chocked full of subtle mind fuckery
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Watched "Dennis Rodman's Big Bang in PyongYang" the other day. For those of you who don't know this film is about one of Rodman's trips to North Korea to have the North Korean National team play former NBA pros. For reference this film is kind of like the Cice documentary that they did about his first trip to North Korea with the Harlem Globetrotters. His sponsors for the trip bail out on him at the last moment nearly preventing any chance of the trip happening. They get it figured out though.

They get to North Korea and things are going about as fine as they could given the circumstances. Then they start having to deal with the fallout of the Otto Warmbier incident. Dennis's players are frightened and seriously consider backing out. They eventually decide to do an interview with the vulture media outlet CNN. I can't believe that the American media is so eager to politicize her trip to North Korea when in their eyes it is just a simple cultural exchange. Then Robin goes off to kilter given his tendency to over utilize alcohol. As many in the US right Rodman off, other more intelligent people come to the realization that he's the only American that is friends with the North Korean leader in the world.

It's a thoroughly entertaining film which at times is cringe, given Rodman's boisterous manner, but worth the watch
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The reviews for the new 'Shaft' movie are horrific. But the fact that they all focus on the 'racism, misogyny, Islamophobia, homophobia and chauvinism' found in the film had me interested ("..it's like the last 20 years of progressivism never happened!" said one review!) So I gave it a go.

First two-thirds was very funny, with Samuel L Jackson on top form as the titular hero. The joke is that he's this super-cool private eye who meets up with his computer-nerd son after 20 years. The interplay between cool-cat father and buttoned-up, anti-gun, 'respectful of Wahmen' son creates some great one-liners and had me entertained.

Guess what? They actually allowed the red-pilled father figure guide his failing son to success by becoming more masculine and take-charge! 'Just kiss the girl', 'tell the boss to fuck-off', 'don't work for the man' etc. Only allowed 'cos it's SLJ of course, but nevertheless ...

I double-billed this with 'Thunderbolt & Lightfoot' (1976). Strange, but enjoyable little film with Clint Eastwood and Jeff Bridges.

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(07-02-2019 02:39 AM)Richard Turpin Wrote:  The reviews for the new 'Shaft' movie are horrific. But the fact that they all focus on the 'racism, misogyny, Islamophobia, homophobia and chauvinism' found in the film had me interested ("..it's like the last 20 years of progressivism never happened!") So I gave it a go.

First two-thirds was very funny, with Samuel L Jackson on top form as the titular hero. The joke is that he's this super-cool private eye who meets up with his computer-nerd son after 20 years. The interplay between cool-cat father and buttoned-up, anti-gun, 'respectful of Wahmen' son creates some great one-liners and had me entertained.

I double-billed this with 'Thunderbolt & Lightfoot' (1976). Strange, but enjoyable little film with Clint Eastwood and Jeff Bridges.

Never Saw either of the films (old or new) myself but isn't Shaft supposed to be an ironic riff on the blackssploitation films of the 70s?
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(07-02-2019 02:39 AM)Richard Turpin Wrote:  The reviews for the new 'Shaft' movie are horrific. But the fact that they all focus on the 'racism, misogyny, Islamophobia, homophobia and chauvinism' found in the film had me interested ("..it's like the last 20 years of progressivism never happened!") So I gave it a go.

First two-thirds was very funny, with Samuel L Jackson on top form as the titular hero. The joke is that he's this super-cool private eye who meets up with his computer-nerd son after 20 years. The interplay between cool-cat father and buttoned-up, anti-gun, 'respectful of Wahmen' son creates some great one-liners and had me entertained.

I double-billed this with 'Thunderbolt & Lightfoot' (1976). Strange, but enjoyable little film with Clint Eastwood and Jeff Bridges.

Yeah - Shaft was a solid popcorn movie. The critis are marxists anyway.

Should have been marketed much better, which it wasn't. There were just a few points off which lowered the movie enough to not be truly great. Didn't like the fact that Shaft did not visit his son at least a couple times a year. They could have worked that into the story easily enough, but they cannot make the masculine man appear too good. On top of it - it likely would have worked much better as a more serious movie sprinkled with some comedy. They should have gone for a Lethal Weapon theme - but Hollywood is incapable of making that anymore.
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Quote:They should have gone for a Lethal Weapon theme - but Hollywood is incapable of making that anymore.

I don't know if they're capable of making anything anymore. It all seems to be superhero films or sequels. That's not even talking about the more critically acclaimed, dare I say artistic works coming out of Hollywood. Which all seem to center around black people that fought back against whitey, immigrants, gays, we're historically revisionist films about women that had little to no his store call significance in the greater meaning of things. It is a delightful irony that Harvey Weinstein was responsible for many of the greatest acclaimed recent film works and Oscar contenders in Hollywood.
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(07-02-2019 02:39 AM)Richard Turpin Wrote:  The reviews for the new 'Shaft' movie are horrific. But the fact that they all focus on the 'racism, misogyny, Islamophobia, homophobia and chauvinism' found in the film had me interested ("..it's like the last 20 years of progressivism never happened!") So I gave it a go.

First two-thirds was very funny, with Samuel L Jackson on top form as the titular hero. The joke is that he's this super-cool private eye who meets up with his computer-nerd son after 20 years. The interplay between cool-cat father and buttoned-up, anti-gun, 'respectful of Wahmen' son creates some great one-liners and had me entertained.

I double-billed this with 'Thunderbolt & Lightfoot' (1976). Strange, but enjoyable little film with Clint Eastwood and Jeff Bridges.

Yeah - Shaft was a solid popcorn movie. The critis are marxists anyway.

Should have been marketed much better, which it wasn't. There were just a few points off which lowered the movie enough to not be truly great. Didn't like the fact that Shaft did not visit his son at least a couple times a year. They could have worked that into the story easily enough, but they cannot make the masculine man appear too good. On top of it - it likely would have worked much better as a more serious movie sprinkled with some comedy. They should have gone for a Lethal Weapon theme - but Hollywood is incapable of making that anymore.

I wikipedia'd the movie just to save myself the time. While there are good themes present, they still ransacked the black family on multiple fronts: they made the single mother raise JJ, the third shaft. I would have possibly believed him being an FBI agent + cybersecurity expert + MIT graduate (how did he get in there I wonder?) if his father raised him. Those kind of kids don't come out from single mother raising them, unless they are co-opted by the state at an early age for some nefarious purpose. And backing up your point, they didn't want to show a father who cared about his son, when it would be in line with someone like Shaft to see his own son, especially if he's following in his fathers footsteps.

Eventually hollyweird will be replaced by a more realistic film-making guild or movies will just stop being made and everything will be propaganda period. One or the other.
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Quote:Eventually hollyweird will be replaced by a more realistic film-making guild or movies will just stop being made and everything will be propaganda period. One or the other.

We would is already on the decline a lot of the better talent has shifted already over to TV/ streaming. There are a lots of big actors that want to be on TV. And now even big actors videogames, like Keanu Reeves. We're just scratching the surface of things right now with video games, and soon that market will be just like TV is now.

Part of me hold out hope that middle America will start to boycott Hollywood en masse. And drive them to change something in their productions. So far, that doesn't seem to be happening.
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