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27 October, 2014

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He Walked by Night, 1948, B&W, starring Richard Basehart. A good crime movie. [Video].

12 October, 2014

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Shane (Western; 1953; starring Alan Ladd and Van Heflin). A mild-mannered drifter named Shane defends a frontier family and locks horns with thugs in Old Wyoming. The cinematography alone is a must-see, not counting the movie itself, which is very worth watching. Definitely one of the ten best Westerns ever made.

30 September, 2014

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The Hills Have Eyes (Horror; 2006; Unrated Version; starring Kathleen Quinlan and Aaron Stanford; directed by Alexandre Aja). A vacationing family, stranded in the New Mexico desert, is preyed upon by human mutants. The movie is gory and disturbing, but nonetheless it works. The extremely barren landscape adds a sense of surrealism and hopelessness to […]

22 July, 2014

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The Ghost and Mrs. Muir (1947, B&W, starring Rex Harrison and Gene Tierney). Circa 1900, a young widow (played by Tierney) rents a house on the seashore, but the house is haunted by a sea captain’s ghost (played by Harrison). Good acting, good aesthetics, sentimental but not too sentimental. A better-than-average movie.

25 June, 2014

Posted by Socrates in Chile, movie reviews, movies, Pinochet, Socrates at 4:46 pm | Permanent Link

Missing (1982; starring Jack Lemmon and Sissy Spacek). This is a political movie based on a true story. It’s about a young, left-wing journalist (a New Yorker named Charles Horman), who moves down to Chile to support, uhh, “socialism.” He vanishes during the 1973 military coup which brought Augusto Pinochet to power. (A lot of […]

20 June, 2014

Posted by Socrates in art, leftism, leftists, liberalism, liberals, Marcuse, modern art, movie reviews, movies, Picasso, propaganda, Socrates at 3:23 pm | Permanent Link

Pleasantville (1998; starring Reese Witherspoon and Tobey Maguire). This movie is pure propaganda. It’s Herbert Marcuse’s ideology on film. Here’s the basic plot: two modern, White teenagers are mysteriously transported into a 1950s “Leave It To Beaver”-type TV show. The message of this movie is: life sucked in the too-conservative 1950s, it was too rigid, […]

7 April, 2014

Posted by Socrates in dispossession & destruction, Diversity, diversity is hate, Hollywood, jewed culture, movies, multiculturalism, Socrates at 1:21 pm | Permanent Link

Often, when Hollywood remakes a movie, the previously White characters become non-White. Do you remember the 1968 horror movie “Rosemary’s Baby,” starring Mia Farrow? Rosemary was a White woman who was forced to give birth to Satan’s child. Well, now there’s a new version of Rosemary’s Baby, a TV miniseries due this summer. The new […]

24 March, 2014

Posted by Socrates in brown culture, Brown Man, brown/non-White heroes, Cesar Chavez, Martin Luther King Jr., mestizos, Mexcrement, Mexican heroes, Mexico, Mexinvasion, movies, Socrates at 6:20 pm | Permanent Link

Now, it’s a Mexican leftist who must be worshiped. Look for city streets and public schools to be renamed in honor of the new, brown hero. [New Movie].

4 January, 2014

Posted by Socrates in Hollywood, jew financial crimes, jew mentality, jewed culture, jewed finance, jewish speculation, Jewish swindlers, movies, scandals involving Jews, Socrates, Wall Street, Who Rules America? at 2:08 pm | Permanent Link

Today’s movies can be summed up as follows: 2 hours of people saying “fuck” and “shit.” Isn’t that entertaining. Even women say those words now. But what can you expect when Jews, not Whites, run Hollywood? [1]. By the way, speaking of Jews, the original, real-life “Wolf of Wall Street” was a Jew. Similarly, most […]

12 December, 2013

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

(Above: Cyd Charisse, left, and Gene Kelly) Brigadoon (a musical, starring Gene Kelly and Cyd Charisse, 1954; on DVD). Brigadoon is a normally-invisible Scottish village that appears once every 100 years. An American hunter (Kelly) falls in love with a Brigadoon girl (Charisse), unaware of the town’s unusual circumstances. This is an entertaining movie which […]