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Saturday, September 29, 2012
Piss off a Liberal--go see "Won't Back Down"
These days very few things catch my attention quicker than the slightest mention or notice of anything which pisses off Liberals.
Such is the case with a newly released movie entitled "Won't Back Down."
According to the film's producers, the storyline is about "Two determined mothers, one a teacher, look to transform their
children's failing inner city school. Facing a powerful and entrenched
bureaucracy, they risk everything to make a difference in the education
and future of their children."
It should come as no surprise, this movie is being trashed by Liberal critics, labeling it 'Conservative propaganda.' Take for example, Times Mary Polis, who claims viewing this movie made her 'annoyed.' “the characterizations of the union bosses are absurd,” and one bad
teacher is “so broadly sketched” she half expected the director to “cut
to her pulling out a vibrator, just to bring it to full parody, Bad
Teacher style.” Nothing says pompous and pretentious more than present day venomous words from a Liberal, so-called professional media figure.
Another of her colleagues says, "the film has a "pernicious propagandistic bias” that is “irritating and misleading.”
No sir. What is 'irritating and misleading,' and also 'annoying,' I might add, is the sad fact that we no longer have film critics who view a movie and report back without political bias riding piggy back! If the movie shed only brilliant rays of light on teachers, and the Unions who represent them, Polis and her cohorts would be echoing from the highest mounts, what a master piece this work is and how its message will contribute to betterment of education in our schools, rather than sitting in a bar somewhere in the Bronx, half-drunkenly sketching plans for their Local's next work stoppage.
Critics and Hollywood producers are so blind. They keep recycling the same special effect crap, geared to your 13 year old son's imagination.
How many times can you blow up buildings and beat up on old people, before it 'becomes so yesterday!' Hey A'holes! There actually is a market out there for grown-up type films which cater to the intellectual spirit of a large portion of our society.
Lack of these products over the past 20 or so years, is actually why I personally refused to spend one dime on the trash being released from the left coast. Actually it took another low-budge movie to stimulate my return to the flick house, "2012: Obama's America." Fortunately I won't be waiting 20 years to see another movie, thanks to the release of "Won't Back Down."
Quite honestly, I don't care if the movie sucks--just so long as it pisses off Liberals....I'm there!