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Old May 19th, 2014 #401
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Well, I have used pepsi to fuel writing jags, but music may require a deeper groove.

Some shit you simply cannot do without getting wholly into it, I've heard coding (computers) described this way, by the smartest person I knew in my generation - something very mentally intense, requiring ultimate concentration and focus.
Richards would disappear into a recording studio, staying awake for up to a week at a time. Such was his fanatic obsession for getting down on tape the sounds he heard in his head. He said that during one of these jags he staggered into the control booth looking for the engineer - and found him asleep in a fetal position under the mixing desk....
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The Ride Back (1957): A sheriff (William Conrad) who's always been a failure goes to Mexico to bring back a gunman (Anthony Quinn) to stand trial for murder. Conrad is particularly good as an unloved, bitter man desperate to get something right in his life.
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^ Speaking of the debbil, NB...

Ever catch the 1999 fantasy western Purgatory? For a made-for-televitz production it's really good; and very different, I'll guarantee you, from any other western you've ever seen. Google the fucker and see what I mean.
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^ Speaking of the debbil, NB...

Ever catch the 1999 fantasy western Purgatory? For a made-for-televitz production it's really good; and very different, I'll guarantee you, from any other western you've ever seen. Google the fucker and see what I mean.
No, I don't recall seeing it. I'll have to check it out.
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A buddy of mine lent me his Green Street Hooligans DVD the other day, but I've only been able to watch half of it thus far due to lack of time.

From what I did catch, it's very good -- all about an American college student (Elijah Wood) given the boot two months prior to graduation, and paying a surprise visit to his Brit-married sister across the pond. The kid hooks up with his English brother-in-law's nogoodnik brother of a soccer (football, you stupid fuckin' yank!) brawler and joins in on the fun of splitting the skulls of rival "firms"; clubs of young badasses who mix it up hot 'n' heavy with their opponents either at the matches themselves or whenever and wherever they run into 'em on the streets. Lots of action in this one, boy! These guys are dead fuckin' serious when it comes to soc -- Ooops! I mean, football. (No, Ian! Please put that barstool down! I was only kiddin' witcha!...mate!) Gonna try to finish the rest of the flick in the next couple days.
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A buddy of mine lent me his Green Street Hooligans DVD the other day, but I've only been able to watch half of it thus far due to lack of time.

From what I did catch, it's very good -- all about an American college student (Elijah Wood) given the boot two months prior to graduation, and paying a surprise visit to his Brit-married sister across the pond. The kid hooks up with his English brother-in-law's nogoodnik brother of a soccer (football, you stupid fuckin' yank!) brawler and joins in on the fun of splitting the skulls of rival "firms"; clubs of young badasses who mix it up hot 'n' heavy with their opponents either at the matches themselves or whenever and wherever they run into 'em on the streets. Lots of action in this one, boy! These guys are dead fuckin' serious when it comes to soc -- Ooops! I mean, football. (No, Ian! Please put that barstool down! I was only kiddin' witcha!...mate!) Gonna try to finish the rest of the flick in the next couple days.
Football hooliganism is the height of stoopidity. Now, if they'd refocus their violence on the meaningful targets....
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Football hooliganism is the height of stoopidity. Now, if they'd refocus their violence on the meaningful targets....
Sure it's stupid; but you have to remember that these guys are young and naive, i.e., chockful of testosterone and energy, but without an awakened direction or meaning in their lives. Hopefully, one day these dudes will turn their unbridled hatred toward a much more plausible objective: the preservation of their race, as do their skinhead brethren both in the UK and the US. Until then I don't know wtf to tell ya...

p.s. Forgot to mention: these White football fanatics do happen to mix it up with opponents whose core is primarily, or at least half, black; and they do a damn fine job of setting things right.
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Nueve Reinas (2000) - award-winning movie from Argentina about con men. Pretty well done, although the conclusion isn't all that plausible. Definitely better than average for this sort of thing. The nine queens are German stamps, and the con men are trying to sell them to make a big score, but things are not as they appear, believe it or not. Give it 7/10. Hat tip to Joe for mentioning this film, which I had never heard of.

Gravity (2013) - Sandra Bullock plays mission specialist Ryan Stone. Yes, now women can be named Ryan. Can Russell be far behind? Women can do anything men can do...after men have thought of it, done it 10,000 times, written rules and safety procedures for it. The very nature of space promotes reflection: the silence, the ability to see farther than from any other vantage point, the lack of gravity - the spinning. Seeing things not only farther but from different perspectives - all different perspectives as you rotate. This all adds up to the other meaning of gravity, I suppose. Space is where you realize that while earth seems cold down it, up above it it's hella warm by comparison to the inky nothingness of floatsville. Personally I would rather fight a lion with a 2x4 than go out in space in a NASA suit and shuttle. It may be my overconfidence, but I think I can take that 2x4 away from the lion and smack him in his big teeth. This movie confirms...you can have all the training and friends you want, but in this life...you've got to save yourself.

Oblivion (2013) - 6/10 sci-fi flick with plot nicked off Star Wars, but considerably stripped down. Two hours of Tom Cruise. He's ok. I've liked him 10% more since he spoke out against psychiatry and head pills. Sofa saltation I'm neutral on. This movie creates a fairly cool world: anti-septic drone-control stations of the usual futuristic look. But then a very cozy, cool outdoorsy mountain pad, complete with clear-running brook with a trout in it. About all that's left of a destroyed, irradiated world.

Fruitvale Station (2013) - This is a dramatization of the last day of black 'man' who got killed by cops up in San Francisco. As WN, we can predict how this nigger will be presented by the controlled media because we've seen the print template a thousand times. He'll be presented as someone who was getting his life together, loved his mother, was her rock if her husband's not around, loved his girlfriend and his/her bastard kids, was thinking about getting a job, was going to be a promoter or producer or rapper. What do we see? First ten minutes the nig-to-be-killed hints at marriage, acts fatherly toward his child, acts filialy toward his mother, who is concerned that he be operating a phone while driving. You know how scrupulous negroes are about obeying traffic laws. It's the patented nigger-be-gettin'-his-life-togeffer-an'-shit softshoe routine we've seen a million times. Every dead nigger was an aspiring rap producer. At 11-minute mark he's over to Farmer Joe's to see his boy working the deli counter, get some crabs for moms's birthday. His boy promptly breaks off convo to serve white female customer, putting this movie squarely into the science fiction genre. He grabs the manager's shirt to get his old job back. The manager says to rehire him he'd have to fire someone who always shows up. "You want me selling dope, boy?" Typical nigger. If you don't help him, then you're responsible for his bad behavior. Niggers have been trained to think like this, which is not to prejudice the likelihood they think like this naturally. I remember when I lived outside D.C. some "youth" coming by selling magazines so he stays off dope. What do I care if you use drugs, coonio junior? Niggers prey on white guilt. The manager in this case appears to be Mexican, but whatever. Everyone else is responsible for the niggers fuckups and failures. You're supposed to put your own life and limb at risk to give the nigger a second chance. Then Nigger jesus is off to sell weed. Just because he needs to help li'l sis pay the rent. He befriends a good-looking dog. It's a pitbull running free. Of a sudden it gets run over by a car. Nigger all up in da street yelling for driver to slow down. Then nigger gets to sale point, but before the customer shows up, he decides to dump da tree in da lake. Dat nigger be new leaf turning an' shit. How sad and ironic this nigger goes straight mere hours before his death! This film was written and directed by Ryan Coogler. Don't be fooled by name. He's a black, associated with USC film school. This film has mad supports, yo, buhlee u dat. It was "supported" by SundanceInstitute Feature Film Project, for instance. At the very end of the credits, this "OG Project, LLC" movie says: "While the story contained in this motion picture is based on actual events, in certain cases, incidents, characters, characterizations, dialogue, locations and timelines have been changed, fictionalized or invented for dramatic purposes. Certain characters may be composites, or entirely fictitious. With respect to such fictionalization or invention, any similarity to the name or to the actual character or history of any person, living or dead, or any product or entity or actual incident is entirely for dramatic purposes and not intended to reflect on any actual character, history, product or entity." In other words, this movie is lemonade, and at the bottom of the film can we see that no actual lemons were harmed in the making of this drink. This film is exactly what you'd expect: an exercise in mythmaking.

Here, if you're interested, are three articles touching on what happened in the Fruitvale incident, and how this movie's account is, well, to use leftist cant, problematic.

BART_Police_shooting_of_Oscar_Grant BART_Police_shooting_of_Oscar_Grant

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Shadow of a Doubt (1942) - 6/10. Cops are after two men for a crime. one of them did it, one didn't. one guy walks into a propeller, so...apparently that proves he was the one. Didn't get that part. Typical forties movie: people dressed much better then than now. They were much more formal and stilted in their behavior, but also more honest and direct than we are today - the opposite of what people claim. Always amazing to see how old parents looked back then. The parents of children and teens look like they're in their sixties as opposed to their forties, let alone their twenties or thirties. Good movie, not great. Movie itself is copyright 1942, other listings say 1943.

The To Do List (2013) - written/directed by Maggie Carey. Pure Frankfurt School, about a she-valedictorian practicing her sex-related activities. Movie is entirely puerile sex dreck with some laughs mixed in. The raunch is a few degrees more than you'd have seen in 2003, and many more degrees along than you'd have seen in, say Fast Times at Ridgemont High in the mid-'80s. Same as it ever was. Some funny moments but I can't get past the politics.

The Boys Next Door (1985) - (h/t Commie Joe on this one, which I can't believe I hadn't seen). A young Charlie Sheen and his buddy steal some jew's lapdog and then drive around L.A. fucking people up. Good movie, 6.5/10. Nothing real heavy, just entertaining... "Nearly all these killers are white males..." opening words of the movie, over visual of Kenneth Bianchi. This is mid-'80s. It's statistically untrue that "nearly all" are white males, see our black serial killers thread. (And our #1 Serial Killers Thread.) The media simply don't lend national notoriety to dark killers. Only whites get the sea-to-shining-sea treatment. Line you probably wouldn't hear today, 19 years later: "That fag...said the dead fag...picked up on two boys at some butt-slammer bar on Santa Monica boulevard..." The L.A. depicted in 1985 was almost all white, and could depute multiple cops to look for someone who beat up an Iranian gas-station attendant. In other words, we are deep in the realm of social science fiction here. Jarringly ludicrous note when Christopher McDonald, the pop-eyed Shooter McGavin from jew Adam Sandler movie guy, is near tears over these murders. From Joe's thumb, I thought these murders were plotted, but they're basically just spur-of-the-moment discharges by a warped guy who's just out of highschool and isn't interested in a factory-prison future.

Crystal Fairy & The Magical Cactus and 2012 (2013) - 5/10. Chilean movie about mescaline trippers featuring a very hairy hippie chick, a jewess New Ager, and an uptight, scrawnily obnoxious Michael Cera, the kid from Superbad. Chilean scenery is main selling point. Otherwise, nothing really happens - to no particular meaning. Like far too many movies. I suppose you could take from it the contrast between the cool, comfortable, relaxed Euro-style Chileans and the at once too-loose and too-tight and always self-absorbed, self-important, domineering American character, represented by both the weaselly-insistent Cera character and the pinwheeling hippie. There's a destructive unsettledness about Americans, the film seems to be showing, yet they aren't unredeemable. They just can't seem to see themselves as they appear to others. This film was made in a two-week period before a supposedly much better horror film called Magic Magic Cera and the Chilean director Sebastian Silva were working on.

Blue is the Warmest Color (2013) - Three hours. French. Young teenage girl rejects normal sexual behavior in favor of lesbian morbidity. How cool is that? Very think the folks who decide these things today. This film received many encomia, but ultimately they can't hide this film is simply an attempted seduction of young French girls into self-destructive degeneracy. The heroine rejects a handsome French boy who's not into books for a blue-haired fine-arts student who looks like male version of James Spader. Has that same sort of squish-eyed leering way. The entire movie is shot from about three inches off the skin of the actors; when these two get to munching clams, you have to wipe the cunt mist off your glasses. Yes, it is that explicit. It's made by a colored. The movie does have some decent parts, but ultimately, like The To Do List, it's irritating both politically and otherwise.//

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I love Cotten in Shadow: That dinner table scene in which his suspecting niece exclaims "But they were human!" (or words to that effect) and he turns his dead eyes on her and says "Were they?"...
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Being There (1979): Peter Sellers plays a gentle, slow-talking moron gardener named Chance who by chance ends up being seen as a profound figure by the rich & powerful including the president of the U.S. He's a blank slate that everyone fills in with their own bullshit. When he heard about the film, Sellers said (paraphrasing):"I HAVE to play him. He's ME."
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Always amazing to see how old parents looked back then. The parents of children and teens look like they're in their sixties as opposed to their forties, let alone their twenties or thirties.
People aged fast back then. Maybe it was all the unfiltered cigarettes & liquor.
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Embajadores en el infierno (Embassadors in hell) (1956)- 9/10 . This movie is a rarity, because it is about World War II from the Waffen-SS's perspective, it was made in Franco's Spain. The story follows Spanish POW's of the Blau Division/Blue Division, who were put in Soviet gulags following the German capitulation. Together with the German POW's, Romanians, and Italians in the prison, the story spans over a decade of resistance to the very bloodthirsty Jewish commissar in charge, fighting back with hunger strikes, refusals of stripping their decorations and titles, defying the Soviet propaganda, etc. The Jewish commissar tries to manipulate a few of them with promises of women and good food in exchange for becoming Soviet propagandists, but only a handful give in who later pay a price for their treason. The Spaniards were the last ones to be released from the gulag (even after the Germans), as was accurately portrayed in the film, but eventually the decade of struggle paid off and they were able to escape with their honor in tact, and many gave their lives in the process. Well, except for the traitors... (won't spoil the ending). The movie exhibits the human spirit of men fighting for an unstoppable ideal. The movie can be slow in a few parts, but it's highly recommended to all, although I'm not sure if its available with subtitles.

Brother (1997) - 9/10 I have to say, this is one of my all time favorite gangster movies. The movie follows a very young veteran of the Russian military who comes back to the chaotic free for all of Boris Yeltsin's Russia. Danila, the main character, is whisked into the poverty, drugs, and violence of St Petersburg when his criminal brother appeals for him to help. Danila is an interesting gangster because his actions are often gray and unrepentant, but his internal moral code is very strong. Danila appears to feel lost in the nihilism of the new consumerist Russia, and this disorientation means he doesn't even know why he does what he does. His adventure is surreal and multi-faceted, pitting him in a number of situations most gangster movies don't go into, which give him many layers as a protagonist. The action scenes are more realistic, including some of his miraculous narrow escapes. A scene white nationalists would love is when Danila is on the bus and two Georgian thugs refuse to pay for a ticket. Danila overhears the commotion and pulls a gun on them. The Georgians then say "just take our money, brother! Don't shoot me brother!". Danila responds "I'm not your brother, you nigger parasite".


L.I.E. (2001)- 2/10 This movie was difficult to even get half way through. Reading the description, I thought it would be interesting, since I enjoy movies about reckless teenage thugs. However, this movie's description was misleading when it took a turn for the perverted. The film is about a 16 year old boy that looks about 12, who begins to have homosexual fantasies about his close friend and criminal accomplice. The movie takes a turn for the worst when an old faggot seduces the young boy and manipulates him into sexual situations. The only positive thing I can say about this movie is that it portrays homosexuals in a realistic light, as in, the older man is a queer predator who abuses young boys in need for friendship or guidance. Aside from the disgusting content (incest, homosexuality, pedophilia), the movie drags on forever and is incredibly boring.
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Is it accident that main villain come from Slytherin who want to keep pure blood and main positive man who would be good in Slytherin but they don't want this?

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Flight of the Phoenix (1965)--one of my all-time favorites. Probably James Stewart's last really good movie. Good script, strong characterizations and conflict, especially between Stewart's Capt. Frank Towns and Heinrich Dorfman, the model airplane designer played by Hardy Krueger. Don't even bother watching the 2004 remake, absolutely awful.
 
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Watching Dazed and Confused for the third time or so. A fine movie, yeah, some drugs and alcohol in it but I'd imagine it is a very realistic depiction of how it was back then in the white majority USA of the 70's. Almost 100% white kids. Some of the usual 'bullying' and tough acting from the older guys but knifing each other or stomping heads'n'shit? No way. I'm not from the US but it brings some sort of nostalgia to me too. Then again, the Darkness have descended all over the White world, from Australia to Norway.

Sad how the times have changed.

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Juliette Binoche looks a little like Katie Holmes. The ending was reminiscent of Titanic. I don't know any French, what was she saying, "Oh Jacques, I'm flying!"?
 
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This documentary is about German colonies in Asia. On one of which Cannibals lived. The German authorities didn't forcefully interfere with their customs which were diplorable to them. Instead, tribal chiefs were assigned civil service status and received a salary of which no other colonialist power ever dared do. Peace was kept, being there was never an insurrection against the Germans. Only once, did the cannibals perform a massacre. it wasn't against the German authorities or general citizens themselves. But, against missionaries who kept pressuring cannibals to stop practicing their customs.
Eventually, Germany brought needed plantation workers from their colony in China. The Germans never mistreated the cannibals. But, were known for regularly beating up the Coolie Chinks. On the contrary, the colonials had sexual relations with the female cannibals, since by them (the cannibals), there was nothing wrong with promiscuity (note the similarity with Stone Age Nigger-like sexual practices). To this day, there are German decendants on that territory. The German males lived with their women and children, on the colony, but never brought them back to Germany. Otherwise, the fambly would have detrimented his social status. This was also the beginning of male on female German sex tourism:

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The Bedford Incident (1965)



A maverick US Destroyer Captain (Richard Widmark) chases a Russian sub during the cold war.

Make sure to watch the film without break from start to finish because you don't want to lose the pace. Ending is mindblowing. Probably the only film that starred Sidney Portier where race is not an issue.
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Frozen!

For a modern children's movie, in a pro Multiculturalism, feminist, gay rights era, the movie wasn't affected by any PC shit, was set how it was in those European days. But that didn't stop some black bitch making a big deal that Elsa wasnt black enough.
 
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