Archive for the 'movies' Category

4 December, 2021

Posted by Socrates in movie directors, movies, Online movies at 11:27 am | Permanent Link

The Searchers (1956); starring John Wayne. Want to watch a movie that has everything going for it? This is it: it has action, adventure, romance, tragedy, bravery, great scenery, a great director, and White pride. It’s hard to find a more-complete movie than The Searchers. [Movie; 1 hour, 54 minutes; must be in full-screen mode […]

24 August, 2021

Posted by Socrates in Castro, communism, Cuba, egalitarianism, France, French Revolution, human equality, Marxism, movies, Rousseau at 2:41 pm | Permanent Link

“The Lady and the Duke” (2001); in French with English subtitles. This is a good movie about the French Revolution (1789-1799), which I have posted about before. Filmed in a unique way, this movie documents the “first communist revolution in history” (i.e., leftists overthrew and murdered the king and queen of France thanks largely to […]

24 June, 2021

Posted by Socrates in movies at 4:34 pm | Permanent Link

“Sometimes a Great Notion” (1971); starring Paul Newman, Lee Remick and Henry Fonda. Directed by Newman (who was a half-Jew). Not a bad movie, but not a masterpiece either. But better than most newer movies; let’s face it, newer movies suck. Anything filmed after 1975 pretty much sucks rocks. All of the art went out […]

23 June, 2021

Posted by Socrates in 'sex-change', 'transgender', movies at 1:32 pm | Permanent Link

“The Crew” (1994); starring Viggo Mortensen. In this movie, a conservative White guy (played by Mortensen) commits cardinal sins: 1) he calls an illegal alien/Brown woman a “wetback”; he calls a tranny a “faggot”; and he later shoots the tranny dead. Warning: the tranny has breasts. Yes, tits. So, this movie could not have been […]

18 June, 2021

Posted by Socrates in movie directors, movies at 8:35 pm | Permanent Link

Tess (1979), directed by the Polish Jew, Roman Polanski, who is actually a good director. Based on the Thomas Hardy novel “Tess of the d’Urbervilles.” [Movie, 3 hours].

18 May, 2021

Posted by Socrates in feminism, Feminists, feminization of the West, movies at 11:04 am | Permanent Link

Woman #1: “OMG! My husband is going to kill me because I’m a worthless, uppity feminist!” Woman #2: “OMG! How dare that horrible Neanderthal husband kill you! You are in danger! You must flee Stepford!” Woman #1: “Yes! I will flee! I refuse to cook and clean! I’m a liberated woman! Damn those evil men!” […]

12 May, 2021

Posted by Socrates in movies at 7:47 pm | Permanent Link

“The Seventh Seal” (1957); starring Max von Sydow; Swedish with English subtitles. This movie takes place during the Black Plague in Europe, circa 1350. It was kinda like Covid-19, only it was a real disease, not a fake one. (If a small box appears on the screen, select “full/wide screen” to avoid it). [Video; 1 […]

2 May, 2021

Posted by Socrates in Einstein, jewish 'genius', Jewish 'stereotypes', Jewish brain features, Jewish IQ, Jewish Privilege, movies at 1:28 pm | Permanent Link

On paper, the Jews seem to be very smart and creative. But are they really? Or do they just have a talent for gaming the system and for being in the right place at the right time, or, knowing the right people? I’ve often wondered that. Which is the truth? I know that Jews help […]

18 March, 2021

Posted by Socrates in movie reviews, movies, Socrates at 4:33 pm | Permanent Link

“The Turn Of The Screw” (British; 1992). Good acting, music and atmosphere. [Video; 1 hour, 35 minutes].

5 March, 2021

Posted by Socrates in movies, Socrates at 11:53 am | Permanent Link

“Shane” (1953), starring Alan Ladd and Van Heflin. The cinematography alone makes this movie worth watching; it also has great characters; those huge, jagged mountains in the background are the Grand Tetons; at one time the mountains had the clearest and cleanest water on earth, you could drink from the streams and see trout swimming […]