Skip Avatar this weekend, Stay Home and Watch Seven Brides for Seven Brothers


by the Left Coast Rebel

No, the title here is not a joke. Call me cheesy or a fuddy-duddy, I would rather curl up on the couch with a warm drink and watch a classic movie, (even God forbid Seven Brides for Seven Brothers), any day than brave the crowds and madness of the theater. I espcecially hate over-hyped (un)believable tripe that spews political messages that 70% of America doesn't believe in.

Yes, I am talking to you Hollywood. You suck, but you can't help it, it seems. Did I mention that I don't like giving my hard-earned dollars to you knowing this? As if on cue, "Avatar" sucks too. Or at least it does according to people that I would listen too before plunking down $20-$30 on the affair. Debbie Schlussel, (h/t Saberpoint), thinks that "Avatar" stinks to high heaven. Long, boring, unoriginal. And oh-yah uber-left too.

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Smurf-like natives made to look like overgrown American Indians, complete with warpaint, mohawks, and long ponytails (that have computer-like USB cable tendrils in them, which can communicate with nature–ludicrous). Does that sound like earth-shattering stuff to you? They looked like Jar Jar Binks with arrowheads.

Oh man, Jar-Jar with arrowheads, I can't think of something more ludicrous.Don't waste your money America. Seven Brides for Seven Brothers is a big search item today. Hmm, coincidence? I think not. I can just see folks at home searching for an alternative to "Avatar." The live play version is tonight at 7:00 at MoMA for you NY East Coasters too. I also see that it is popular at other showings across the country. Stay home and watch the 1954 MGM classic Seven Brides for Seven Brothers on your silver screen, or any of a myriad of other classics instead of "Avatar." That's my vote......

Via Google Trends

9 comments:

  1. I reluctantly went to see Avatar last night. I was astounded by the special effects but the "subtle" political undertones were too much for me. Not to mention the fact the natives were basically a replica of Native Americans. You'd think they could come up with something a little more original.

    It was basically one long diatribe against America and industrialization. Like the people in Hollywood know anything about real work.

    Screw James Cameron and his liberal, American hating wet dream we know of as Avatar.

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  2. "Meet me in St Louis, Louis,
    Meet me at the fair".....
    It's been a long time but am I right?
    Isn't Avatar America admitting it's downsides and getting real about it's purposes?

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  3. I really wanted to see this movie...just for the special effects...but having read earlier about how leftist and un-capitalistic this movie is, I have also decided to not give my hard earned money to Mr. Cameron.

    PS I LOVE Seven Brides for Seven Brothers!

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  4. I don't have a choice but to sit home tonight. I have never seen Seven Brides for Seven Brothers.

    Have a good weekend.

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  5. Better yet, watch a great old classic like "The Best Years Of Our Lives" or "Night Of The Iguana". This constant flow of sewage that gushes from Hollywood is an insult to the intelligence.

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  6. Thanks for the warning! We have been boycotting Hollyweird for years. I'm so tired of all the anti-American hate rhetoric. We mostly watch all old B&W movies, nature & history shows, real crime (think ID channel) or cartoons. Much safer.

    I'll link back and spread the word. :)

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  7. The public library in my town has an enormous collection of DVD's and VHS tapes. Generally speaking, when I see a "Sundance Film Festival" or any other left leaning recommendations, I put on my Nike's and run like there is no tomorrow. But that is what my eyes see most of. The reason is this: People are fed up with the crap coming out of Hollywood. In order to see pre seventies movies, you often have to reserve them ahead of time, as the demand for quality directors and actors of bygone eras are more palatable. Seems that few people want to see the Michael Moore, George Clooney, Susan Sarandon hate America firsters. Conversely, John Wayne, Ava Gardner, Jimmy Stewart and Clint Eastwood are favorites even in this "progressive" city.

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  8. I was looking forward to seeing this until I heard it had Left Wing ideology written all through the story line...then I had Zero interest in seeing it. Maybe I will check it out when it comes out on dvd...lol!
    Have a very Merry Christmas and a prosperous New Year my friend!

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  9. @ Hack - Sorry to hear you wasted the money on this, what a crock!

    @ Goose - Well, one person's 'hate capitalism, freedom, the western world and ideals' is another's 'America admitting it's downsides'

    @ Sue - I know! I was intrigued by the special effects too but once I saw the politics, no way.

    @ Consgirl - I hope you had a great weekend too!

    @ Wiregrass - Yes, either of those will do as well.

    @ Sparky - Oh man, I am the same way! My wife and I love animated movies, no politics!

    @ Will - You are so right here. And you know what is funny? These leftists turds never make big money with their filth.

    @ PFFV - Same to you, Merry Christmas!

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