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Lakeview Terrace (2008)
Lakeview Terrace is a continuing series of Hollywood movies started by House of Sand and Fog in which the conservative is seen as a vicious intolerant racist!! This of course is leftist propaganda garbage aimed at their hatred of Middle America. This can be reverse racism. In House of S & F, an American white homeowner is seen as inferior to some multi-cultural immigrants who parade their whole community in front of their home!! In Gran Torino a white Eastern European male(I'm one and may be ready for some boxing!) is the conservative villain again, only because he wishes to preserve the culture of his neighborhood. Does not Samuel L. Jackson wish to preserve the black culture of his own against those who mock it like this libertine immoral interracial couple who moves next door? In the movie, Jackson brings up a good point: Liberals are revisionists who make up their own code of rules and morals to suit their own disgusting tastes! Republicans are seen as "super macho men" enjoying lap dancers at an all night party. Funny it is folks. I could never stay up that late at 58 years of age! One thing is certain: Sam Jackson looks a hell of a lot better than the goof-ball hippie director of this trash! I took it out of the library but would not spend one cent on it!!
Gran Torino (2008)
Gran Torino- This is another pro-immigration movie, obviously by a leftist company such as Warner Bros.! The other ones I can think of were Falling Down with Michael Douglas and House of Sand and Fog. Typical of the left(including the Seattle area) is the ideology that white people are all evil racists and immigrants are all somehow "angels from heaven that can do no wrong!" This movie like House of Sand and Fog indicates that white people are losing their property and homes to immigrants, who seem to win in the end! I used to think of Clint Eastwood as being a "law and order conservative," but over recent years, he has in various ways proved himself moving to far to the left. It upsets me also that he hated his white granddaughter in favor of some Asian kid! Sounds like reverse prejudice!
Children of the Damned (1964)
Children of the Damned
Children of the Damned(1963)-Yes, it did seem that living together and being soft-spoken intellectuals they may have been (the two men) gay, but remember the one scene showing them coming out of two rooms? What's more in the old days, probably to save money, sets were designed to show people living together. A good example is the recently shown 1951 THe Day the Earth Stood Still as the heroine and her son live in a shared rooming house with shared eating facilities and we see the interaction of the other guests. Some lookalikes in this movie: The young blonde boy could have passed for Peter Graves when he was young; Ian Hendry bears a resemblance to President Bush; Barbara Ferris bears a resemblance to Rebecca DeMornay.
Also interesting is the soldier who answers the phone saying: "Montez" as his name. It might mean the Spanish immigration to England
Bye Bye Birdie (1995)
Bye Bye Birdie, 1995 version
I just recently bought the DVD of the original Bye Bye Birdie with Ann-Margret and Dick Van Dyke. Then I noticed the horrible casting of the 1995 version!! Let's face it. I'm Jewish but this is another movie where white Anglo Saxon Protestants should rule! Dick Van Dyke is a charming man. Even more so in his recent Diagnosis: Murder and Murder 101 series. (No, I am not gay.) The guy from Seinfeld was better in the chicken commercials. He's fine but he cannot replace Dick Van Dyke. And I seriously doubt whether anyone can replace the vivacious lovely Ann-Margret! Many people liked Paul Lynde but a heavy overweight guy like George Wendt does not so service to this series> Bad things about this musical: too much cariacature of "Birdie." He was so one-dimensional and only one weird song! Overplayed also is the stereotypical Jewish mother of Maureen Stapleton.
I preferred seeing a stronger more present "Birdie!"
And the ending where he's hit by the boyfriend does bother me!!
The Mummy's Shroud (1967)
The Mummy's Shroud
Once again Hammer Films has done it with this delightful mummy film of 1967. It is even set in the 1920's when King Tut was discovered. Unlike Curse of the Mummy's Tomb, there is no "lovey-dovey" stuff here. The female lead is shown as intelligent and on equal footing with the male archaelogists. The financial father figure is shown as ruthless and insensitive. His only wish is to get the mummy and get out of there. I found him a bit too stereotypical: did'nt he care about anybody except his own glory? The death scenes were great, including the photo lab one and wrapping Longfellow(Michael Ripper) in a net! At the end the fight in the restoration house is great as is the female lead's knowledge of Egyptian needed to destroy the mummy.
I enjoyed seeing him turn to dust and viewing his small head!!