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Long Shot’ Flop Confirms Seth Rogen’s Status as Box Office Poison

May 5, 2019

Now that Long Shot has officially flopped with a dismal $10.6 million opening, it looks like we can add Seth Rogen to the list of actors (Jennifer Lawrence, Amy Schumer) whose obnoxious and nasty politics ended up destroying their once-lucrative movie careers.

Outing ‘Mad Max: Fury Road’ – VIDEO

April 29, 2017

Honest Trailers – Mad Max: Fury Road – VIDEO

Charlize Theron wardrobe malfunction in Hamburg Germany uncensored photos

April 4, 2016

Charlize Theron returns as evil Queen Ravenna in the new “The Huntsman: Winter’s War” — but it was a nipple that went flying out from her outfit during the film premiere in Hamburg, Germany!

Cuckaganda domination – Men worse than worthless, we get it already

January 16, 2016

I recently heard comedian Nick DiPaolo say, “I don’t think I can watch Angelina Jolie beat the shit out of six Green Berets. My suspension of disbelief just can’t take it.” He was describing the art of ruining a great movie with propaganda, which is becoming the norm. The morbidly obese Melissa McCarthy is clenching her fists and making men cry while adolescent girls annihilate street thugs for using homophobic slurs. I’ve discussed men’s role in creating this mess before, but it’s everywhere now and it’s permeated every part of our culture. If you just landed here from outer space, you’d assume cis white scum like DiPaolo are functionally retarded and Western society is run by white women, black men, and a smattering of gays. We’ve gone from providing women and minorities with inspiring role models to turning them all into infallible gods who are constantly held back by bumbling white men.

Charlize Theron kicks Commie Sean Penn to the curb

June 25, 2015

Listen to your mother, folks! CHARLIZE THERON’S mom, Gerda, made it clear she thought scruffy Sean Penn was all wrong for her blonde beauty.

Now the “Monster” Oscar winner has finally tossed her monster fiancé to the curb.

Maid Max – Furiosa Road

May 23, 2015

The backlash against Hollywood’s latest cauldron of coprolites (Mad Max: Fury Road) seems to have taken the mainstream media by surprise. Expecting the gullible (but reliable) male public to dine from Hollywood’s usual trough of trash, they were rocked back on their psychic heels by manosphere calls for a boycott of the movie.

(Personally, I’ll admit to a grudge against the movie from the beginning. No one, in my view, has any right to be behind the wheel of the “last of the V-8 Interceptors” except Mel Gibson. And I’ll bet you he could still have pulled it off in 2015. Where are ye, Mel? We still love ye.)

A semi-psychoanalytic reading of Mad Max: Fury Road

May 21, 2015

A semi-psychoanalytic reading of Mad Max: Fury Road

Jung’s theory hasn’t crossed my radar in a long time, but a recent film made it suddenly relevant. The film Mad Max: Fury Road seems to be an eruption of suppressed anxieties about society’s mass fascination with homosexuality. The final cut is likely at odds with the progressive beliefs of its creative team, at least as individuals. I can’t imagine Charlize Theron ever publicly disagreeing with the Human Rights Campaign or with Mary Bonauto. Bonauto is the attorney who eagerly told the Supreme Court that same-sex parenting, including arrangements concocted through surrogacy, is beyond reproach.

The dystopian images of Fury Road depart significantly from the Mad Max films of the 1970s and 1980s. Fury Road presents us with a world where motherhood is commodified to suit an elite class of males who wish to share their property and life ambitions only with other men. Women are hooked up to machines that pump milk from their breasts and held inside dismal barracks, gestating heirs for warlords who show no sexual interest in women. The men of this warrior ruling class derive all their ecstasy from the company of muscular young males eager to labor and soldier for each other and for their male patrons.

The return of Mad Max Rockatansky

May 12, 2015

A relentless two-hour assault both on the eardrums and the eyeballs, Mad Max: Fury Road is the craziest film of the year so far – and one of the loudest of all time.

For anyone missing Top Gear, here it is on steroids. Really, really strong ones. Even Jeremy Clarkson might recoil from the stench of testosterone.

Australian director George Miller, who invented the whole concept of post-apocalyptic road-rage with the original Mad Max trilogy, again orchestrates affairs, this time with British star Tom Hardy in the title role first taken, in 1979, by Mel Gibson.

Charlize Theron is well known for her big tips

October 24, 2014

Months ago, headlines screamed: “CHARLIZE THERON Leaves $96 Tip on a Frozen Yogurt!?” She’d popped into Hollywood’s Pinkberry, gobbled a $3.75 cone – then told a stunned waitress she’d forgotten her wallet!

Copping a plea, Star Cutie said she’d return to pay – and DID, tendering a generous $100! Now hear THIS: Charlize just treated three galpals to lunch at swanky Chateau Marmont, grabbed the $218 check, then gasped, deja vu: “Ohmigod – forgot my wallet again!”

Said a source: “The ladies wanted to split it, but Charlize insisted, ‘No, it’s on ME!’” Pleading poverty (of the brain?), she told her waitress she could pay some cash tucked in her pockets, but …!
 Smiling, the lass said, “No worries, you’re a good customer.”

On her way out, Charlize thanked the manager, who mentioned that the waitress, a UCLA student, was facing tough times because her car was destroyed when 20 million gallons of water from ruptured pipes flooded the campus!

“Hours later, Theron’s assistant paid the bill at Chateau – plus a thank you card for the waitress with five $100 bills tucked inside! How’s that for a heart of gold!”

‘Mad Max: Fury Road’ movie trailer

July 28, 2014

He has some big shoes to fill as he replaces Mel Gibson in the upcoming reboot of the iconic 1980s Mad Max film franchise.

But Tom Hardy looks more than up to the task.

The 36-year-old British actor puts in a spirited performance as he gets taken captive by desert warriors and tortured in the first trailer for Mad Max: Fury Road released on Sunday at Comic-Con in San Diego.