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Cats & Dogs (2001)
What Would You Rather Do?
(1) Watch this movie (2) Get hit by a car and die Hmmm...That's a hard question to answer. I am both a cat and a dog lover, and I absolutely HATE this movie! As you already know, all of the cats in this movie are evil and want to take over the world, and all the dogs in this movie are noble, kind beasts who set out to stop them. Could you imagine a Hollywood producer making a movie to portray all black people are evil and want to take over the world, and all white people as heroes, who try to stop them. Or how about one depicting homosexuals as evil, or how about women. Can you imagine an IMDb reviewer doing a review on how wonderfully cute these movies are? Not in a million years.
Hate-mongering is a lucrative business.
Super Size Me (2004)
Liberal Hippie Health Nuts
Morgan Spurlock is a socialist and a whining liberal fanatic. In this movie, innocently disguised as a harmless parody of McDonald's, Spurlock decides to take a swipe at McDonald's and at corporate America for "making people fat and giving them heart attacks." Spurlock doesn't like McDonald's because it is a corporation, the very people that he and Michael Moore (both of whom are in line with one another), have nothing but contempt for.
It doesn't surprise me that Spurlock's latest documentary is titled "The Republican's War on Science." If you want to give my review a non-helpful vote, go ahead. Then maybe you should go die of anorexia like Karen Carpenter.
The Green Berets (1968)
The Best and Most Accurate Movie About the Vietnam War
While most of Hollywood was out trashing the United States for coming out against Communism, a few directors and actors had the courage to come out against such a mindset and they were able to escape the liberal censors and ground out a few projects, including "Red Nightmare," the "Rambo" trilogy, and..."The Green Berets." The main star, John Wayne, supported the war and expressed his support for it freely in this movie and it had very little effect on his reputation. It is surprising that Americans still liked him years later.
Also, don't let the fact that this movie is rated G fool you. The "Green Berets" has some minor acts of swearing and sometimes violence that is just too intense. But that's how it was in Vietnam during the war, that's what war is like.
That is all I have to say. If you're some neo-Marxist pig who thinks I'm a idiot for calling this movie accurate, then give me all the non-helpfuls you want.
The Golden Compass (2007)
A Typical Revenge Fantasy
This movie is so funny, stupid, and absolutely pathetic. It poses no threat to Christianity, and it was also a box-office flop. The movie is a complete rip-off from the Chronicles of Narnia and the author of the book series it was based upon is an atheist (meaning he doesn't believe in God). Well if Philip Pullman's revenge fantasy is about "killing God" then why does he deny His existence? It sounds pretty insane to kill someone whom you believe doesn't exist.
This movie is a perfect way to teach your kids to hate Christians. Philip Pullman and Matthew J. Murray go hand-in-hand. After all, if Christians are evil, then no one would have any problem with assaulting or killing them.
Two stars for the humor
One of the Best Movies of the 1940s
I don't admire the Walt Disney Company that much anymore, and I don't like most of their films. But I'd say I like "Bambi" more than most of the movies Walt Disney made. It's too bad they don't make animated movies like this anymore. Most of the people who trash this movie don't really like classic movies, or I guess they hate drama.
But this movie was different from all the previous Disney movies. This was most likely the first animated movie in which one of the good characters is killed off, it is also the first movie in which the musical numbers are not performed by any of the characters. It was very groundbreaking for its time. Today's animated movies just rip off everything from other movies, which reveals that the people who make them have absolutely no creativity.
Not bad at all. I loved the soundtrack too.
The Nativity Story (2006)
A Great Christmas Classic
Well it's not quite a classic, but it's still a very good movie. The Nativity Story is one of the best movies I've ever seen, and it's a great family movie too. As a matter of fact, it's the reason why Christmas is called Christmas. I'm sure many left-wing atheists hate this movie, but that's their opinion, not mine. And if they don't like Christmas, then they don't have to celebrate it. The true meaning of Christmas just comes to show you that Christmas is more than just consumerism, Santa Claus, and getting more IPODs, digital cameras, widescreen TV's and whatever those electronics companies make.
Even while the Nativity Story is not completely Biblical (Remember that all Hollywood movies based on historical events are always inaccurate to one degree or another), it's still a very good movie, and belongs in the same category as ''It's a Wonderful Life'', ''Frosty the Snowman'', ''A Christmas Story'' etc.
Welcome to Paradise (2007)
What is wrong with you people?
How can any of you call this propaganda a family film. This is nothing but a PC, insensitive insult to small-town churchgoers. The film portrays a woman as the great white savior of some small Midwestern town, and everyone else in the town (mostly men) are just mere damsels in distress, incapable of honor, who can't fend for themselves and have to rely on the main character for redemption. This film is just some love affair that the producer has with some undisciplined, arrogant, pushy little squirt, who he expects the audience to admire.
The person who made this movie probably spent his whole life in a seeker-sensitive church, and had the freedom to dump garbage on small church members as wacky lunatics and not the majority. The same people who give money to the Salvation Army at Christmastime, collecting donations to help missionaries, the poor and the homeless, singing, fellow-shipping, and making friends with each other. What is wrong with this humble group that offends these self-righteous traitors? Most Christians in this world would step in front of a train and give their lives for any person in trouble, even if they disagree with them. Most Christians wouldn't mind if the pastor, or some church worker, of some church took of his or her coat (or outer shirt). They would not condemn her. This film is ridiculous!
The Stepford Wives (1975)
I Gave It 0 Stars Because.....
I couldn't give it anything less than zero. I'm sick of this Hollyweird garbage trying to paint men as the great oppressors of women. It makes me sick of how insensitive television and the movie industry are biased against men as a sex. Men are not evil, like this movie tries to portray them as. The only people who would find this junk entertaining would be a bunch of paranoid people, who think that some particular person who is not of their gender, is trying to turn them into their own wind-up toys.
That is all I have to say. Give me all the non-helpful votes you want. I'll be swimming in them.
Rambo: First Blood Part II (1985)
I Don't Quite Understand These Critics
I don't quite know how anyone could not like this movie. I can easily see why someone could dislike it for the fact that it was rated R. But there's been a lot of nasty reviews from people who have a terrible problem with the action scenes in this film.
First of all, the reason Rambo killed so many of the Soviets and the Viet Cong is because they were trying to kill him. Anybody who sees the Viet Cong and the Soviets as "victims" definitely needs a history lesson. Didn't the Soviets routinely imprison and murder dissenters? The Soviets were no different from the Nazis.
And second, this movie is supposed to be fiction. It's very illogical to show one man destroying an entire army single-handedly, but Rambo has an excessive amount of military experience, which is one part of the plot that you missed.
The General (1926)
Buster Keaton's Best Movie, PERIOD!
This is a great movie for people of all ages. I'm quite sure that there are some people who don't like silent movies, but this one is action-packed, and was the original movie that inspired the 1956 remake "The Great Locomotive Chase" by Walt Disney. But there is one thing that makes this movie unusual. Unlike most Civil War movies, which depict both sides of the conflict in the same way, the Union soldiers are depicted as the enemy, and the heroes are the Confederates, which makes "The General" a rare brand of cinema. They would never make a movie like this today, in the age of political correctness.
Needless to say, Keaton's performance was excellent. Who also would have also guessed that this film could also be a good instructional film, about how to use a train to commit acts of sabotage?