Archive for the 'movies' Category

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 […]

30 October, 2013

Posted by Socrates in Germany, history, History for newbies, Japan, jewed culture, jewed foreign policy, jewed politics, movies, Socrates, Wizard of Oz, World War II at 10:01 pm | Permanent Link

It’s funny: whenever I watch The Wizard of Oz, I think about this: how many nice young men in Iowa and Indiana watched Judy Garland sing this song in movie theaters in 1939, only to lose their lives a few years later in faraway places like Guadalcanal and Tarawa Atoll in a war that wasn’t […]

2 October, 2013

Posted by Socrates in Germany, gypsies, literature, movies, Socrates at 11:25 pm | Permanent Link

Neat German/Bavarian aesthetics, however, it always irks me that gypsies are romanticized, both then and now. Gypsies are like Jews, but not nearly as rich and clever. [Video].

27 June, 2013

Posted by Socrates in France, movies, Socrates, Western civilization, Western culture at 3:45 pm | Permanent Link

The Horseman on the Roof, 1995. A period piece (I like period pieces in part because they represent a West that wasn’t yet ruined, racially speaking). In French with English subtitles. Trivia: this was the most expensive film ever made in France. (The video here could be better, but what can you do?) [Part 1] […]

14 April, 2013

Posted by Socrates in baseball, double standards, Hollywood, Israel, Israel - the facts, jewed culture, Jewed sports, movies, Socrates, sports at 3:46 pm | Permanent Link

Major League Baseball will soon be more Black than it is now [1]. The Jewish push for racial diversity in America continues. Meanwhile, the Jews are doing the opposite for their country: they’re making Israel less diverse and more Jewish [2]. [Article]. [1] What odd timing, huh? The movie “42,” about Black baseball player Jackie […]

22 February, 2013

Posted by Socrates in 'anti-Semitism', Hollywood, Iran, Israel, Israel - the facts, jewed culture, jewed foreign policy, movies, Socrates, Zionism at 9:13 pm | Permanent Link

Iran is doing what Americans should be doing: hosting a conference to denounce the sleazy, Zionist, Jewish movie cabal in Hollywood. But no, Americans won’t do that, because that would be “anti-Semitism.” [Article].

22 January, 2013

Posted by Socrates in movies, music, Socrates, Western civilization, Western culture, White music at 12:50 am | Permanent Link

Theme from the 1971 movie “Jane Eyre,” composed by John Williams, who also composed the music for the sci-fi movie “Star Wars.” [Here].

15 November, 2012

Posted by Socrates in movie reviews, movies, Socrates, war, war as a racket at 5:22 pm | Permanent Link

Gallipoli (1981, starring Mel Gibson and Mark Lee). This is a war movie set in 1915. Two friends join the Australian army and end up fighting in Turkey for no good reason. To me, this movie highlighted the senselessness and stupidity of global war, especially since (spoiler alert here) one of the friends dies needlessly […]

3 November, 2012

Posted by Socrates in "Civil War", good for jews, history, History for newbies, Hollywood, Jew World Order, jewed culture, Jewish Tyranny, Lincoln, movies, New World Order, Socrates, Zionism at 4:39 pm | Permanent Link

It has to increase. War might become unfashionable and racism might return – that wouldn’t be good for the New World Order. Even though Abe Lincoln is loved by both conservatives and liberals (how scary is that?), in reality he was a war-mongering scoundrel who killed his own people when he didn’t have to. By […]

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  Reviewed 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 […]