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Hypocrisy Unchained

December 27, 2012 by  

Hypocrisy Unchained
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Quentin Tarantino’s latest effort carries a tremendous amount of either buzz or baggage.

The days between Christmas and New Year’s always seem to bring about a bit of the lazy in all of us. Fortunately, Hollywood rides to the rescue during the holidays; proffering blockbusters aplenty to keep you — and more importantly, your family — from potential harm inflicted by inappropriately swinging your new 3-wood in the kitchen.

Nonetheless, millions of my fellow citizens will meander to their local megaplexes in the next few days. Being the helpful sort of fellow I am, I thought “why not catch a movie and then yammer about it in print for the Personal Liberty Digest™?” Since Bob Livingston wasn’t around to say something like “that’s the kind of idea which makes me consider replacing you with a syndicated horoscope;” off to the theater I went.

If you DO decide to brave the crowds, there ARE a few films worth watching. “Django Unchained” is seriously not among them. Quentin Tarantino’s latest effort carries a tremendous amount of either buzz or baggage; depending on your perspective. Truth be told, Tarantino’s direction doesn’t ring any bells for me. Although I’m a fan of “Reservoir Dogs,” I insist that Tarantino’s movies are self-indulgent schlock. They employ stunt-casting, bizarrely stylized violence and spectacular profanity to tell tasteless tales about almost routinely horrendous people. Some might suggest that’s the point; but I would retort that I already know what monotony sounds like; I don’t need to pay to hear it.

“Django Unchained”purports to proffer a tale of a slave who gains his freedom with the help of a white man; and then sets about killing pretty much every white person he encounters. I suppose there’s some sort of empowerment message contained therein; but it gets lost in the same profane, non-stop violence which turns every Tarantino flick into a funhouse-mirror reflection of the old “Blaxploitation” films of the 1970s. If Tarantino wanted to share a message about the plight of blacks in post-slavery America, he certainly had room in the script for it. In between bouts of semi-dimensional characters delivering paper-thin pronouncements on… something, the dreaded “n-word” appears nearly as often as the word “the.”

Ostensibly an homage to the spaghetti westerns of the 1960s, “Django Unchained” stars Leonardo DiCaprio, Christopher Walz and the man who called President Barack Obama “our Lord and Savior,” Jamie Foxx. In addition to his fawning over his big buddy Barack, Foxx is essentially the actors’ version of Tarantino: a marginal talent who has benefitted from remarkably fortuitous timing and a magnificent lack of humility. During publicity touring for the film, Foxx crowed about getting to “…kill all the white people… how great is that?” I suppose I shouldn’t be surprised; nor should I have ever expected better. I could say Foxx is a hypocrite for appearing in a film like “Django Unchained” while lecturing the rest of us about our conduct; but suggesting some Hollywood bubblehead is a hypocrite is hardly an earth-shattering revelation.

And Foxx revels in all of it. In fact, amidst nearly 2.5 hours of non-stop gratuitous EVERYTHING (except worthy storytelling), Foxx barely contains his glee. As I watched the film, I couldn’t exorcise the last image of Foxx I saw, pre-Django. Following the Newtown nightmare, Foxx joined some of his fellow Left Coast lightweights in filming a YouTube spot demanding an end to so-called “gun violence… for the children.”

I’m hardly a puritan, but I hope I’m not the only one who catches the dichotomy of pretending to worry about guns and children while simultaneously appearing in the title role of a film which features more killing than a serial killers’ convention and more frequent cursing and racist language than a busload of Democrats passing the home of Justice Clarence Thomas.

People like Foxx shouldn’t really affect us. But in the age of a tabloid Presidency, it’s tragically apropos to see him palling around with Obama and being taken seriously on issues like violence and our children. What’s worse — as bloviating Hollywood hypocrites move into central roles in the national discourse, voices of sanity are muted.

“Django Unchained” hurls gunplay, violence, profanity and racial epithets; all in an effort to hide a lousy film. I suppose it might qualify as a guilty pleasure; but it’s not worth the price and the hassle. Come to think of it, it’s not just a perfect metaphor for some smug Hollywood hypocrites — it’s a perfect metaphor for the Democratic Party.

Ben Crystal

is a 1993 graduate of Davidson College and has burned the better part of the last two decades getting over the damage done by modern-day higher education. He now lives in Savannah, Ga., where he has hosted an award-winning radio talk show and been featured as a political analyst for television. Currently a principal at Saltymoss Productions—a media company specializing in concept television and campaign production, speechwriting and media strategy—Ben has written numerous articles on the subjects of municipal authoritarianism, the economic fallacy of sin taxes and analyses of congressional abuses of power.

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  • cawmun cents

    I will never waste a red….(whatever the new money will be called with Omambas head pasted on the side)….for any Whorelywood film.
    I enjoy the film on my toilet more.In fact given the choice in taste between tasting toilet film or having the bad taste to enjoy a modern motion picture,I would glady do the former rather than the latter…at least I will still have dignity after licking a toilet bowl.
    The rest of you can spend your money on worthlessness if you so desire…..I have better things to spend worthless paper money on…..like Comet.
    Cheers!
    -CC.

    • http://navigatingthroughprophecy.net Erlene

      I might have couched it in different terms, but the basic idea, I fully agree with.

    • Mike in MI

      cc -
      You crack me up and I enjoy your posts. I always wondered where you got your sese of humor. Now, I know!!! No flash-in-the-pan (or bowl), you.
      Happy New Year! Save a good one for the punch bowl.

    • Bud Tugly

      A very rare case where I agree with Ben Crystal on something.

      The critics are raving about “Zero Dark 30″ – This is an example of irresponsible filmmaking. The movie has endless scenes of unlikeable Americans torturing Arabs for information. Considering how Muslims go apesh#t over a cartoon, or an inept trailer, this film could threaten the lives of our troops in Muslim countries as they may seek revenge for what is depicted in the film. The story of taking out Bin Laden could have been told without the exploitive and potentially harmful scenes of so much torture.

      • roger

        “The story of taking out Bin Laden could have been told without the exploitive and potentially harmful scenes of so much torture.”
        Hah, more like a “tall tale”.

    • Stuart Shepherd

      Can you rent this movie on the porn channel on cable? 24 or 48 hour rental? What kind of acts are in it?! Gotta have it!

      • CHRISTOPHER ALLEN HORTON

        “Stuart Shepherd,”

        YOU WALKED “UP-TO-THE-BRINK” AND DID EVERYTHING, BUT, CALL ME A, “pervert.”

        SO, “Mr. Shepherd,” WHY WOULD YOU THINK THIS FILM WOULD BE ON A PAY-PER-VIEW ADULT-ENTERTAINMENT CHANNEL? SURELY, Y-O-U KNOW THE DISTINCTIVE CRITERIA FOR “R-RATED-,” VERSUS, “X-RATED-” FILMS.

  • Harold Olsen

    Quentin Tarantino is insane. How else can you explain why he makes lousy movies that shouldn’t work but do. Genius? Perhaps. However, Django is a movie I will pass on. I can’t stand either Leonardo DiCaprio or Jamie Foxx. I think they are both lousy actors. Though, I’d say, this is probably going to be another success for Tarantino. One of the reasons why I think that is because Spike Lee hates it without even having seen it. I understand he’s calling Tarantino a racist for making this movie. I’m almost temped to see it for that reason alone, but I won’t. I won’t waste my money on any movie with either DiCaprio or Foxx.

    • http://aol.com J.

      Spike who ??

    • Carol J

      What do you expect from a man who as a boy killed off his mother in all the Mother’s Day stories he wrote???

  • http://yahoo.COM annie hall

    Tarantino , django is n excellent film, the profanity and violence should be looked over. We are all grown adults and racism abound in America. America is suppose to be a christian country yet it is a very racist country. I feel that black have been set back since the time of the 60′s when most blacks were republicans. these movies are great because it directly give blacks a great view of the democratics , dixicrates, and the democratic kkk. the movies show the blacks who exactly their enemies are. most blacks today believes lincoln and king were democrates. this is a great movie for discussion in schools.Walz represent the republican party, the party of abolistionish and DiCapio the dixicrates. We must look beyond guilt and truly see and understand the movie, not the langage or the actors.
    It is a great time for the Gop’s to re-evalute and overhaul the party to win future elections. We as republician must realize that no one is perfect. this movie is an assets for the republicans. We as republicans must embrace black americas if we hope to ever win another election.
    Newt Gingrich understands, black votes are republican votes, somehow along the way we lost our blsck voters. We have allowed our party to be infiltrated by the likes of the calvin candy’s. I we are not guilty of racism we can see the good in the movie. but we as racists and bigots can only see the bad.
    the republican party we built on freedom, the democrates fought at every direction to re-enslave black. We as republicans have nothing to be ashame of except we allowed the dixicrates to falsely accuse the republican party of racism and to steal our black voters. Just think of Foxx as the slave and Walz as the republican party at that time.

    • clark

      I see the Democrats may have cornered the market on morons, but they obviously did not get them all.

    • http://jmcgraphicdesignworks.wordpress.com jcfromdc

      Please learn how to spell sir, it woud make your case appear more credible.
      …And, “our black voters”????… Like we “own” them? Please! Nothing can sound more racist than THAT, despite your seemingly good intentions.
      If anything, the Republicans can tear a page from the Democrat Propaganda Handbook, and learn how to promote themselves better! Lyndon Johnson destroyed any credibility of the Republican Party of “owning” or even deserving the Black vote by portraying Barry Goldwater and Republicans in general as a racist good ol’ boys club. This, when Al Gore, Sr. and MANY other Democrats were ALSO voting against the ’64 Civil Rights Act for different, and truly racist, reasons.
      But this film, as Ben suggests, is merely more Pulp Fiction (which I actually thought was funny), dressed up a la 1865-70. The reality was that back then, ANY black (or white, for the matter) man who behaved or carried on like that would have very quicky found a rope around his neck. But then, the movie would’ve been over in the first 15 minutes.

      • deerinwater

        “We as republicans have nothing to be ashamed of except we allowed the Dixiecrat’s to falsely accuse the republican party of racism and to steal our black voters.”

        Well Sir, Dixiecrat’s are GOP today. You have got them, the GOP has won them over. The DNC pandering to the Homo’s, blacks and Mexican voter pushed them over to the Dark side.

        The question is now, what are your going to do about it.

        A person has to view such a movie as “entertainment” ~ it’s not a political statement. That is the nature of art.

        While Art can be used to make a political statement, ~ that is up to both the merits of the art and the viewers predisposition. It was 22 years before I permitted myself to view any movies about Viet Nam. ~I just was not ready for such things.

        The viewer will see and feel a host of things, bringing out what is already inside.

        If you see a “threat” , the threat is real to you.

        The art of film, takes us places few have ever gone, I see amusement, costume, set, script, context, film quality, charters working to make a story come alive and tell a sorted story ~ that might have happen, could have happen “if only” or did happen.

        Where this is a good movie or not, I don’t know, while Quentin Tarantino’s is noted for creating viewing not for the weak of constitution. Pulp Fiction, Reservoir Dogs , Kill Bill are “dark movies” in the same vein a “Blue Velvet” or the “Big Easy” or “Sin City” or “The Wrestler” ~ subcultures with twisted views, rich in irony and human pain and mental torment. If you are not prepared to be completely shocked, don’t watch them. They are not “Lassie” or Ole Yeller” or “How Green is my Valley” or “Sleepless in Seattle”

        I hate Horror and Devil movies, so I don’t watch them. You can’t make me watch one. I have zero interest.

        For anyone harboring a strong racial bias, it sounds as if this movie is not for you.

      • moonbeam

        “And, “our black voters”????… Like we “own” them?” Yeah, I caught that too. I think it’s in the genes. When racism has been taught for eons, it ends up in the genes. No other way to explain it.

        In African American households, we do not teach our children to hate. Not in the house I grew up in. There were never disparaging remarks made against a person’s race, creed or national origin. I never knew the hatred that whites have for blacks while growing up. In my community there were whites and blacks together in harmony. NEVER was a racial remark made!

        Even the white teachers, they truly cared about all of us and we knew it. Then I grew up and moved about in the world and said “WOW! You hate me because I’m black? WOW!”

        I have a friend who came here from the Caribbean. He never knew racism until he got here to America and got to know whites.

        I have another friend, who is white and lives with a black man. She has this terrible habit of using the “N” word and it is absolutely everything I can do to keep from knocking all her damn teeth out, if she had any. She won’t utter that word when her boyfriend is around, however, but with all the discussions we’ve all had about that word, you’d think she’d get a clue. We DON’T like it! And we’ve told her so on many occasions.

        All others in the group, blacks, whites, Mexicans, etc, I chill with, we don’t use the word because we absolutely hate it (but they sure do cuss a lot) I never heard such cussin’ till I moved to the south. Every other word is MF…literally. REALLY took some getting use to. I only indulge when I’m really pissed off, then I turn the air blue with a volcanic stream of expletive deletives. Then the guilt sets in and I feel bad because somebody made me lose control. Yes, us Christians (damn sinners) cuss too. Probably better than anybody else.

        Happy New Year!

      • DaveH

        Actually, Moonbeam, I’ve known more racist Blacks than racist Whites.
        This poll backs up my observations:
        http://www.topix.com/forum/topstories/T0SLF7V1SK8JD85MF

        But we all have our own experiences. So I can certainly see where yours might have been different from mine.
        Much of the animosity has come from Government treating people unequally in their efforts to buy votes, which spoils the recipients and embitters the non-recipients. The only way to possibly get Peace back is to vote for Less Government, Much Less.

      • deerinwater

        Moonbeam says; “In African American households, we do not teach our children to hate. Not in the house I grew up in. There were never disparaging remarks made against a person’s race, creed or national origin.”

        Nor was mine Moonbeam, we were just as poor farming family in a mixed mixed race community practicing Christ teaching in everyday life. Putting other’s down to elevate yourself was unacceptable behavior and I never witnessed it at home. It flies in the face of Christian teaching.

      • Right Brain Thinker

        Once again, DaveH demonstrates for us the weakness of his thinking and his nearly non-existent research skills. DaveH says, “Actually, Moonbeam, I’ve known more racist Blacks than racist Whites. This poll backs up my observations” and then gives us a citation:
        http://www.topix.com/forum/topstories/T0SLF7V1SK8JD85MF

        And guess what? Is this “poll” a carefully constructed effort by a newspaper or national polling organization or a reputable think tank or some university or government group? Does it attempt to identify the characteristics of the people answering THE SINGLE QUESTION IT ASKS? (WHO IS MORE RACIST? PICK ONE OF FOUR ANSWERS—-YOU’RE DONE).

        No, no, no to all of that—-it is a website “over on the side” type poll that was conducted OVER 5 YEARS AGO and had only some 3,000 respondents (which could have been 5 people responding 600 times each for all we know). So, Dave, you have backed up ABSOLUTELY nothing but the impression that you are a mindless troll that cannot resist butting in on other people’s commentary with useless “references” and “sources” that add nothing to the debate..

        DaveH attempts to curry favor with Moonbeam by rather condescendingly saying, “But we all have our own experiences. So I can certainly see where yours might have been different from mine”. Of course, that implies that Dave’s “experiences” are more valid and “important” than Moonbeam’s, but Dave is not known for recognizing such subtleties of thought and expression. So, I will apologize to Moonbeam on his behalf—-please forgive him, Moonbeam—-he knows not what he says most of the time.

        And finally, in order to get his “mises points” total up, Dave must throw in the obligatory Libertarian talking point and regale us with “Much of the animosity has come from Government treating people unequally in their efforts to buy votes, which spoils the recipients and embitters the non-recipients. The only way to possibly get Peace back is to vote for Less Government, Much Less”.

      • CHRISTOPHER ALLEN HORTON

        “Right Brain Thinker,”

        IN AN UNINTENDED WAY, I AGREE.

        OBSERVATIONS OF BIAS IN OTHERS SHOULD BE DISCUSSED FROM A HUMAN-EXPERIENCE STANDPOINT, WITHOUT THE AID OF WEB-LINKS.

    • Walt

      “most blacks today believes lincoln and king were democrates. this is a great movie for discussion in schools.Walz represent the republican party, the party of abolistionish”

      The Republican Party, as represented by Lincoln, is naively represented in today’s history books as ending slavery for the benefit of blacks is pure revisionism. Nothing is farther than the truth of what Lincoln’s real intentions were. The law to emancipate blacks was a political, economic and cynical decision, made to weaken the agrarian south after a long, protracted and bloody war.

      Lincoln’s real intentions were to remove all blacks, including non-slave blacks, from North America and actively engaged in discussions with Caribbean and Central American countries, attempting to find a country that would accept blacks. He also supported sending blacks back to Africa and offered financial support to black leaders who were engaged in lobbying for this option.

      • deerinwater

        Walt says; “Lincoln’s real intentions were to remove all blacks, including non-slave blacks, from North America and actively engaged in discussions with Caribbean and Central American countries, attempting to find a country that would accept blacks.”

        No Walt , his intention was to preserve the Union at any an all cost. ~ Whatever it took. Fight , defeat secession, stop, free all, free some, relocate some ~ whatever it took .

        You are only correct with the relocation of freed slaves was an option under consideration, but that was never an intention but only a means to an end.

        It was late Dec. of 1862 before Lincoln signed the proclamation of emancipation which served several purposes, ~ keeping Europe out of the war and freeing enslaved Negros being the two main reasons ~ it was timely strategy in the war effort as the Union was getting it’s ass whipped by bunch barefooted ridge-runners with squirrel guns and rocks while the Crown was not getting her cotton and creating problems in England and elsewhere.

    • CHRISTOPHER ALLEN HORTON

      I AM COMING TO “annie hall’s” DEFENSE. I ASSUME “Ms. Hall” IS A SOUTHERNER. THE ATTACK ON HER IS UNFAIR.

      AND, I ASSUME THOSE WHO CRITICIZED HER PHRASE, “our black voters,” ARE NORTHERNERS OR WESTERNERS.

      NEGROES IN THE SOUTH UNDERSTAND SOUTHERN CAUCASIANS’ USAGE OF “our,” IN REFERENCE TO NEGROES IS A “TERM OF ENDEARMENT.” THIS PHRASE WOULD BE SIMILAR TO A POLITICIAN SAYING, ” ‘Our’ citizens are in mourning over the Shady Hook Tragedy.”

      PEOPLE UTILIZE “our” AS AN ASSUMED SHARING OF IDEOLOGY AND/OR VALUES.

      • CHRISTOPHER ALLEN HORTON

        CORRECTION – I SHOULD HAVE TYPED, “Sandy Hook.”

    • JC

      annie hall says:
      December 27, 2012 at 8:03 am
      Tarantino , django is n excellent film, the profanity and violence should be looked over. We are all grown adults and racism abound in America. America is suppose to be a christian country yet it is a very racist country.
      ____________________________________________________________________
      And Jamie Foxx is a “Hall of Fame” racist. We need these people like we need another Stalin.

      • CHRISTOPHER ALLEN HORTON

        “JC,” I CAN NOT TELL WHOSE SIDE YOU ARE ON.

      • deerinwater

        JC is on JC’s side Chris, ~

  • Corkey

    Years from now, People will look back on the last 20 years of Hollywood film making and realize that it was a truly lost and pathetic generation. Sad

    • http://navigatingthroughprophecy.net Erlene

      You certainly have that right, Corkey. Never has so much film been wasted so lavishly as in the these past several years. It is garbage and nothing but garbage. I am amazed that so many people are so desperate for entertainment that they keep these jerks in business.

      • Mark P.

        I would suggest that you see the movie “Cloud Atlas”. It is a VERY good movie. NOT the blockbuster the Matrix films were (same writers and producers), but it is well acted and directed, based on a very good book (to which it is remarkably faithful) and is a GREAT commentary on current economic/societal/political events.

  • STEVE E.

    I liked the 2006 movie “Idiocracy”. It was a movie that actually predicted the future of what is actually happening now, even though the move projected it would take place 500 years from now.

    • johno

      I thought Idiocracy was a silly movie but I find myself refering to it a lot. I find myself recommending it when I get into discussions on what is really happening to our society now.

  • JCfromDC

    Couldn’t have said it better, this is WAY below Foxx’s abilities, as I thought he did a very credible portrayal (amid the usual Hollywood fluffing) of Ray Charles.

  • deerinwater

    After “Kill Bill” what would one expect to see?

  • johno

    I like westerns and was planning to see this movie. After the review I’m going to pass.

    • King of Diams

      Why don’t YOU go to see the movie and formulate your opinion! The biggest problem in America today, and, I suspect, the World, is people listening to the OPINIONS of others without validating their accuracy. The operative phrase is THINK FOR YOURSELF!!

      • CHRISTOPHER ALLEN HORTON

        “King of Diams,”

        ALL OF US – INCLUDING, YOU – ARE EXPRESSING OUR OPINION. WHICH IS – FROM, A “HUMAN-CONNECTION” PERSPECTIVE – THE BEST “WAY-TO-GO.” IF WE TOOK TIME TO “FACT-CHECK” EVERYTHING, LESS TIME WOULD BE SPENT WITH EACH OTHER AT, Personal Liberty Digest.

        • King of Diams

          It’s one thing to express an opinion. However, it’s a whole-other thing to accept the opinions of others as your own without making sure that you do, indeed, share the same opinion. I appreciate your comment (“Opinion”) and respect your right to state it, notwithstanding the fact that it’s apparent that you didn’t fully comprehend what I was saying.

          I do not want to, nor will I, be baited into engaging in an opinion battle with you. I noticed since I’ve been reading articles in the PLD (Personal Liberty Digest) how you cause others to manipulate themselves into doing so. I’ve observed that You make multiple voluminous comments on practically every article written. I perceive, kind sir, presuming from the name that you are a male, that you are a very frustrated (wannabe) writer! I certainly hope that you, someday soon, achieve some modicum of success in your endeavor.

          YOU HAVE A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR; AND, MAY GOD BLESS YOU.

      • CHRISTOPHER ALLEN HORTON

        “King of Diams,”

        WOULD YOU AGREE IT IS THE “OPINIONATED” NATURE OF CONVERSATION WHICH MAKES IT EXCITING AND ENJOYABLE?

        TECHNICAL DIALOUGE SHOULD BE RESERVED FOR NEWSPAPERS. PEOPLE OBTAIN INSIGHT THROUGH “OFF-THE-CUFF-” TALK.

        ALL WEBSITES – INCLUDING, THIS ONE – HAVE A SOCIAL COMPONENT. WITHOUT COMMENTERS EXPRESSING “EVERYDAY” VIEWS IN DIALOGUE, SITE OWNERS WOULD HAVE TO “CLOSE SHOP.”

  • Nobody’s Fool

    I never donate my money to any Hollywonkers. I wait to see a movie until it is on tv. Probably this one will not make it, and that’s great. How exactly does profanity move a plot? I have never understood that. Many fair movies could have been good movies without the profanity. As for Jamie Foxx, he stood up and blasphemed God by calling oBlamer “our Lord and Savior” and it would have been a great time for God to send a lightning bolt from the sky directly on Foxx’s head. When he ranted how wonderful it was to be in this movie because he got to kill every white person that moved, I thought he should have been branded a racist by the fawning media. But no, that would only happen if some white person stood up and said, “It was so great to be in this movie, where I got to kill every black person in it.” The screams and fainting from the media would deafen us.

    • http://www.facebook.com/rhonda.reichel Rhonda Reichel

      That is the best way to stop the gratuitous swill we are offered from Hollywood….don’t go pay to see their movies. Believe me you won’t be missing much. I have a friend that loves to go to the movies and sometimes I go but I am always disappointed.

  • Grandpa Frog

    I treat movies like this the same way I treat the New York Times, etc.. I boycot them. If the half of American society that doesn’t agree with what is happening in our country would do the same, their money base would dissipate and they would hopefully disappear. But maybe I’m Pollyanna–our government would probably declare them essential industries and financially “rescue” them.

  • http://midcontent brand inspector

    I agree with you Drandpa Frog, Holleyweird freaks will get frants, paid by taxpayers, to creat crap only for for idoits of the socialist/marxist mindset or I should say for humans of any age. As more people with children stop their children from watching or listening the socialist crap, it will take 10-25 years , before these kids vote.. Next year will be a surprise for idoits that votesd foe the socialist/marxist party pukes as their income is taken and given to the pedophile worshipping,rug scrubbing perverts, that smell like their favorite goat.

  • CHRISTOPHER ALLEN HORTON

    NUDE PHOTOS OF, Jamie Foxx [PROBABLY, "PHOTO-SHOPPED"] ARE “ALL OVER” THE INTERNET. AS BLUES LEGEND B. B. King SANG, “Thrill Is Gone … the thrill is
    g-o-n-e away!” [Mr. Foxx has several online homosexual-fans, because of these photos]. Mr. Foxx IS ALSO AN AWFUL COMEDIAN; YEARS AGO, HE HAD A COMEDY SPECIAL ON Home Box Office. PROFANITY-LACED “HUMOR” IS ONLY FUNNY WHEN ARTFULLY ORGANIZED – Mr. Foxx DID NOT LEARN THAT LESSON.

    I WOULD NOT PAY ONE DIME TO SEE A FILM DEPICTING A NEGRO MALE KILLING CAUCASIANS. Quentin Tarantino TURNED-DOWN A SONG FROM A “CLOSETED-” NEGRO MALE-HOMOSEXUAL SINGER [Frank Ocean]; ACCORDING TO Mr. Tarentino, THERE WAS NO SUITABLE PLACE ON THE FILM’S SOUNDTRACK FOR Mr. Ocean’s SONG.

    • Financially Insecure John

      yet he is more popular than your are Christoper. what do you make of that?

      • CHRISTOPHER ALLEN HORTON

        “Financially Insecure John,”

        SINCE I DO NOT LISTEN TO A LOT OF CONTEMPORARY- “R&B” MUSIC, I COULD BE WRONG; BUT, IT IS MY UNDERSTANDING – FROM, HOMOSEXUAL WEBSITES – THAT Mr. Ocean HAS MORE POPULARITY IN GREAT BRITAIN. IN AMERICA, HIS MUSIC IS PROMOTED – PRIMARILY – IN HOMOSEXUAL CLUBS. RAP-MUSIC MOGUL, Russell Simmons, IS TRYING TO INCREASE Mr. Ocean’s POPULARITY AMONG AMERICAN NEGROES BY TRYING TO CONVINCE THEM BISEXUALITY SHOULD NOT BE RIDICULED IN OUR CONTEMPORARY TIME. [It is my understanding Mr. Ocean has not specifically defined his sexuality in public. Yet, according to Caucasian homosexuals, Mr. Ocean sings a man's name ("Leroy") in a love song - so, they "ran with it" and claim Mr. Ocean is homosexual and, not, bisexual (as, most reports claim). SOME "OPEN-MINDED" NEGROES ARE TRYING TO SUGGEST Mr. Ocean CAN BE, AS SUCCESSFUL AS, THE LATE SINGER, Luther Vandross [yet, "rumblings" about Mr. Vandross' homosexuality were not made until after his death].

        I ALSO COULD BE WRONG, BUT, I BELIEVE Mr. Tarentino DID NOT WANT TO UTILIZE Mr. Ocean’s SONG BECAUSE PEOPLE ARE QUESTIONING Mr. Foxx’s SEXUALITY, DUE TO THE POPULARITY OF THOSE NUDE PHOTOS AMONG HOMOSEXUALS.

      • CHRISTOPHER ALLEN HORTON

        I JUST THOUGHT ABOUT SOMETHING. HOMOSEXUALITY SEEMS TO BE AN APPROPRIATE TOPIC OF DISCUSSION IN RELATION TO THIS FILM.

        Leonardo DiCaprio PORTRAYED THE HOMOSEXUAL FRENCH-POET, Arthur Rimbaud, IN THE FILM, “Total Eclipse.”

        SO, I WONDER HOW Mr. Tarentino FEELS ABOUT SAME-SEX MARRIAGE? MOST OF HOLLYWOOD SEEMS TO BE FOR IT.

  • Syd

    This is why I am a recovering movie buff.

  • deerinwater

    Well, there many good works out to see before I make it to this one. ~ Anyone manage to catch “Blood Diamond”? ~ is about blacks, whites, slaves, greed and power and keeps you engaged a full 2 hours.
    and it’s about a real war. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yknIZsvQjG4&feature=share&list=PL4F74216B0F540E49

  • Rosegarten

    Insanity is rampant on this board. Sad fact is, y’all probably own guns!

  • http://Google joan evangelo

    Excellent article. I would never waste my money on a Foxx film. If he hates white people he should move to Africa. Doesn’t his hatred for white peope make him a racist? He should appreciate all that America and white people have given him.
    A very good movie to see is Last Ounce of Courage, a good family fillm. No cursing, nudity or violence (except for the war portion).
    I Emailed all my friends about this great movie. Surprised it came out of Hollywood.

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