Archive for the 'movies' Category

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 […]

1 February, 2021

Posted by Socrates in America, communism, Marxism, movies, Reagan, Socrates at 9:56 am | Permanent Link

“Red Dawn” (1984); starring Patrick Swayze and Charlie Sheen. The Soviets and the Cubans invade Colorado! Okay, this movie is sort of cheesy, and kind of Reagan-esque flag-waving, but you still gotta love it. [Movie; duration: 1 hour, 54 minutes].

23 January, 2021

Posted by Socrates in Freud, Freud in the movies, Freudianism, Hollywood, jewed culture, movies, Socrates at 3:21 pm | Permanent Link

Oklahoma (musical, 1955); starring Shirley Jones. This movie is sort of two movies in one: a Western musical, and, in the middle, a 20-minute surreal, Freudian psycho-nightmare (that must have really shocked audiences in 1955! They must have said “are we in the wrong theater?? I thought this was ‘Oklahoma’??” Freud was all the rage […]

21 December, 2020

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

“Fitzcarraldo” (1982; German); a film by Werner Herzog; starring Klaus Kinski. Adventure/historic. Herzog’s movies always contain spooky music and surreal situations (see also his movie “Nosferatu”). [Here]. “The Horseman on the Roof” (1995; French; starring Juliette Binoche). Adventure/historic. [Here]. Of the two movies, the second one is better, in my opinion.

29 November, 2020

Posted by Socrates in movies, Socrates, Walt Disney, William Pierce at 11:49 am | Permanent Link

Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937); [Movie; duration is 1 hour, 23 minutes]. The first, and arguably the best, Walt Disney movie. It’s based on the 1812 German fairy tale by the Brothers Grimm. Do you have any idea how long it took the artists at Disney (who were among the best in the […]

23 November, 2020

Posted by Socrates in black behavior vs. white behavior, movie directors, movies, Socrates, Western civilization, Western culture, White art/architecture, White media at 12:34 pm | Permanent Link

(Above: Herzog directing in 2005) Granted, “Renaissance man” is an overused term, but it’s true here. Herzog can do almost anything. He is a director of movies and documentaries, a screenwriter, an author of a dozen poetry books, a director of operas, an actor, and he speaks five languages. An overachiever. But of course, White […]

12 November, 2020

Posted by Socrates in movies, Socrates at 11:22 am | Permanent Link

“They Live” (1988), starring “Rowdy” Roddy Piper. A classic horror movie from John Carpenter. Guess who the aliens are? [Here], and also [Here].

22 October, 2020

Posted by Socrates in movies at 9:49 am | Permanent Link

Halloween (1978); starring Jamie Lee Curtis and Tom Atkins. The Fog (1980); starring Jamie Lee Curtis and Adrienne Barbeau. The Howling (1981); starring Dee Wallace and Christopher Stone. Race With the Devil (1975); starring Peter Fonda and Loretta Swit.