Saturday, November 10, 2007

Hollywood Anti-American Propaganda Films Dismal Failures

But the so-called "analysts" are so blinded by their anti-American ideology that they don't understand why:
The wave of recent films set against the backdrop of war in Iraq and post-9/11 security has failed to win over film-goers keen to escape grim news headlines when they go to the movies, analysts say...

...Lew Harris, the editor of website, said the films have struggled to be successful because the subject matters of Iraq and 9/11 remain too close to home. And in many cases, the films have not been entertaining enough.

"These movies have to be entertaining," Harris told AFP. "You can't just take a movie and make it anti-war or anti-torture and expect to draw people in.
Gee, what if someone in Hollywood were to make a film like, say, oh, I don't know, Blackhawk Down, that celebrates the courage and sacrifice of those Americans on the front lines. Maybe people are just sick and tired of having the infantile world views of Hollywood's "elites" jammed down their throats at nine or ten dollars a serving.

Of course, calling these liberal loyalists "stupid" is putting the best possible face on their actions. The more sinister, and likely, reason for their failure to acknowledge the true cause of these box office disasters is that they don't want to acknowledge that audiences recognize pro-terrorist propaganda when they see it.

Anyone feel like making a pro-Western film? How did "300" do?