Archive for the 'movies' Category

29 October, 2012

Posted by Alex Linder in movies, N.B. Forrest, reviews at 3:07 pm | Permanent Link

Keeper of the Flame (1942) Director: George Cukor Screenwriter: Donald Ogden Stewart ┬áReviewed by: N.B. Forrest I saw this flick last night for the first time, and I felt moved to put fingers to plastic. It stars Spencer Tracy & Katherine “Pep-ridge Fahm” Hepburn, and is about Robert Forrest, a big national hero who dies […]

28 October, 2012

Posted by Socrates in black behavior, black culture, General Decline, jewed culture, movies, multiculturalism, political correctness, Socrates at 10:47 pm | Permanent Link

Bond: “Muh name be Bond. Dontrell Bond.” Bartender: “Allow me to fix you a vodka martini – shaken, not stirred, of course.” Bond: “Word, homes, I be wantin’ a 40-ounce and some chicken wings.” [Article].

22 May, 2012

Posted by Socrates in 'hate', Cultural Marxism, egalitarianism, equality, Hollywood, jewed culture, mestizos, Mexico, Mexinvasion, movie reviews, movies, race, Race Denial, race-mixing, racial differences, racism accusations, Socrates at 1:28 am | Permanent Link

Giant (1956, starring Rock Hudson, James Dean and Elizabeth Taylor). White people are bad, because they’re racists. But not all White people are bad. Northeastern White people who ignore racial differences are good people. However, the best White people of all are the ones who help Brown people fight against “White racism.” That’s the central […]

15 March, 2012

Posted by Socrates in feminism, General Decline, Jew World Order, jewed culture, movies, New World Order, pop culture, Socrates, tv, tv shows at 9:19 pm | Permanent Link

Seen: a TV show in which a female boss is called “sir.” Also seen: a movie in which a female boss is called “ma’am.” It looks like the NWO can’t decide what to call female bosses. Each label has a drawback: “ma’am” sounds old-fashioned, but “sir” sounds wrong when applied to a woman. Oy veh! […]

13 January, 2012

Posted by Socrates in movie reviews, movies, Socrates at 1:08 am | Permanent Link

The Big Chill (1983), starring William Hurt, JoBeth Williams and Tom Berenger. Jews must love this movie. It’s all dialog, no action (what’s a Jew but a mouth with legs?). It features pot-smoking (how hip!), intellectual musings of the “what-does-it-all-mean?” variety, Yiddish words (e.g. “L’chaim”) and fond reminisces about the 1960s. In fact, it even […]

7 January, 2012

Posted by Socrates in movie reviews, movies, Socrates, White art/architecture at 4:59 pm | Permanent Link

Her Majesty, Mrs. Brown (aka, Mrs. Brown), 1997, starring Judi Dench and Billy Connolly. This movie is set in England in the 1860s. It’s a true account of the relationship between Queen Victoria and her Scottish servant, John Brown. Brown was somewhat controversial. Antony Sher gives an interesting performance as the Jewish prime minister Benjamin […]

19 November, 2011

Posted by Socrates in movie reviews, movies, Socrates at 2:52 pm | Permanent Link

“Carriers” (2009), starring Chris Pine and Piper Perabo. This movie is about a modern-day Black Death, a deadly plague that kills most of the citizens in America. The movie focuses on a handful of young, White adults who are traveling across the Southwest trying to avoid the disease. The movie was filmed largely in New […]

7 September, 2011

Posted by Socrates in feminism, Feminists, Hollywood, jewed culture, movies, Socrates at 2:42 pm | Permanent Link

These girls are super-tough. They’ve got swords/guns/grenades. They can kick anyone’s ass in 2 seconds! What – you don’t believe it? Hey, that sounds like sexism. [Movie Info].

22 August, 2011

Posted by Socrates in feminism, General Decline, genocide of White culture, movies, Socrates, Western culture, women at 9:08 pm | Permanent Link

Man #1: “She (meaning Anne) could prove powerful.” Man #2: “Thomas, this is a man’s world. The seat of power does not lie between a woman’s legs.” – from the movie “Anne of the Thousand Days,” 1969, starring Richard Burton.

25 July, 2011

Posted by Socrates in Holocaust, holocaust racket, Holocaustianity, jewed culture, movie reviews, movies, Socrates at 12:38 pm | Permanent Link

…but how could we forget? There’s a new Holocaust movie every 2 months and a newspaper/magazine story every 2 days. [Movie Review].

17 June, 2011

Posted by Socrates in movie reviews, movies, Socrates at 7:38 pm | Permanent Link

Barry Lyndon (1975), starring Ryan O’Neil and Marisa Berenson. Written and directed by Stanley Kubrick. I like period pieces, so of course I would like this movie. Based on a William Thackeray novel and set in the 18th century, this movie is about the social and economic rise and fall of a roguish Irishman (O’Neil). […]

28 February, 2011

Posted by Socrates in Britain, England, Fascism, fascism vs. communism, history, History for newbies, jewed culture, jewed media, movies, propaganda, Socrates at 3:40 pm | Permanent Link

Look at this giant mural (above, right) commemorating the “battle.” Did British tax dollars pay for that? Here’s a mainstream media take on The Battle of Cable Street: [Article]. Here’s a different take on it: [Article]. They even made a short film about it, which was spawned by money from a Jewish film festival: [Webpage].

25 February, 2011

Posted by Socrates in Hollywood, Martin Luther King Jr., movies, Socrates at 4:05 pm | Permanent Link

This news comes as King’s 30-foot statue is being readied for unveiling in Washington, D.C.: [Article].

21 January, 2011

Posted by Socrates in movies, music, Socrates at 6:20 am | Permanent Link

“Beethoven is upright and honest, whereas jazz is sneaky and treacherous and effeminate and just plain foreign.” – from the movie “My Life So Far” (1999).

7 January, 2011

Posted by Socrates in movie reviews, movies, Socrates at 9:24 pm | Permanent Link

Zulu (1964, starring Michael Caine and Stanley Baker). Zulu is based on a true event. It’s about an epic battle between British Army soldiers and negro warriors (the Zulu) in 1879 in Natal province, South Africa [1]. The Zulu attack on the British soldiers is relentless and bloody, lasting 2 or 3 days. The British […]