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Obama Administration Investigates Hollywood’s Gender Bias

Posted by V the K at 6:50 pm - May 11, 2016.
Filed under: Big Hollywood

Ah, blue-on-blue conflict is so yummy. The Obama Regime has launched an investigation of the Film Industry for not having enough female producers, directors, and so forth.

The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs launched an inquiry to look at hiring practices, it emerged on Wednesday.

It comes after statistics emerged showing less than seven per cent of top movies last year were directed by women.

The investigation was spurred on by letters filed by the ACLU.

‘We’re very encouraged by how seriously the government has taken this,’ attorney Melissa Goodman, director of the LGBTQ, Gender and Reproductive Justice Project at the ACLU of Southern California, said.

I would have thought the freedom for an employer to hire people according to their own merit and not to fulfill a politically motivated quota system was a civil right, but I guess not. And apparently, the ACLU and the Obama Regime want Hollywood to make more movies like the apparently terrible feminist ‘Ghostbusters’ reboot.

You have to wonder if it ever occurred to the Left that the hunger of The Beast could never be satiated merely by picking on Christian florists and bakers.

Dead Celebrities

Posted by V the K at 8:10 am - April 22, 2016.
Filed under: Big Hollywood

Prince passed away yesterday; you may not have been aware of this if you were in a coma or … no, there is no way you missed this news unless you were in a coma. I’m pretty sure deep in the bowels of solitary confinement in the Colorado SuperMax Terrorist Prison, Zacarias Moussaoui was heard mournfully humming “Raspberry Beret.” The news of Prince’s death even temporarily took the National Crisis of Transgender Bathrooms off the top of the hour news for a brief period.

It made me think of the other 1980′s icons who are getting up into AARP territory and … well, what’s going to happen when they die? Let’s speculate, won’t you?

  • Bruce Springsteen will die someday, and then he will boycott Heaven when he discovers they don’t let dudes use the Ladies’ Room there.
  • Bono will die someday, and wouldn’t you love to be at the Pearly Gates as he lectures God about the plight of African children.
  • Morrissey will die someday, and finally manage not to be a pompous ass for five minutes.
  • Madonna, I can just see her having herself taxidermied… perhaps using Japanese sex robot technology … and put on exhibit like Lenin or a venerated Catholic Saint… so she can still get attention after she’s dead. Judging by recent pictures, she has already begun this process.
  • Cyndi Lauper, I am pretty sure when she dies, a lot of people are going to say, “Wasn’t she already dead? I feel like she died already.” Then, they will go to wiki and say, “Huh, I guess I must have been thinking of someone else. Well, she’s dead now.”
  • Boy George probably will not require a whole lot of embalming, I’ll leave it at that.

Lucky, Lucky North Carolina

Posted by V the K at 4:47 pm - April 12, 2016.
Filed under: Big Hollywood

Michael Moore is boycotting North Carolina over that bathroom trannie law.

Also, the porn site xHamster is boycotting NC; because, you know, if pron sites are known for anything, it’s upholding human dignity.


JJ Abrams Says There Should Be Gay Characters in ‘Star Wars’

Posted by V the K at 12:30 pm - February 29, 2016.
Filed under: Big Hollywood,Gay PC Silliness

This was an easy story to comment on:


Ted Kennedy: Hero of Chappaquiddick

Posted by V the K at 5:28 am - December 15, 2015.
Filed under: Big Hollywood

Hollywood is re-writing history to suit a leftist agenda; nothing new here.

Sam Taylor-Johnson, who directed Fifty Shades of Grey, is in talks to direct Apex Entertainment’s feature Chappaquiddick. Written by Taylor Allen and Andrew Logan, Chappaquiddick is political thriller that unveils the true story of what is described as the seven most dramatic days of Senator Ted Kennedy’s life. “You’ll see what he had to go through.”

What *he* had to go through? Seriously? This is like when they made a movie about Che Guevara and left out the mass murder and racism.

John H. at Powerline gets it just right:

I suppose you could make an interesting movie about Chappaquiddick. It would be the story of a rich man’s privileged life, one where the death of a “little person” counts for nothing compared with his political ambitions. It would be the story of a political machine whose brain trust didn’t even include Ted–considered by them to be an idiot–in the meeting where they planned a strategy to deal with his vehicular homicide. It would be a story of political corruption and of a debased electorate whose weird devotion to the Kennedys prevented Ted from paying even a minimal price for his fatal cowardice.

Obama’s People

Posted by V the K at 10:16 pm - May 16, 2015.
Filed under: Big Hollywood

Singer James Taylor adores Obama.

“I am just thankful for every day that he’s in office. I am so proud that he represents my country and I think he represents me — I think he represents the America that I know.”

According to his wikipedia biography, Mr. Taylor born into a well-to-do family, was put on Thorazine in college to deal with his mental illness, spent time in a mental hospital, subsequently became addicted to heroin, moved to New York and did even more drugs while his lifestyle was subsidized by friends with money, moved to London, was helped out in his career by more wealthy and successful people (Paul McCartney and George Harrison) and has spent pretty much the entirety of his adult life surrounded by wealthy Hollywood lefties.

Not exactly the America most of us know.

SJW’s Turn ‘Mad Max’ Movie into Feminist Propaganda

Posted by V the K at 9:58 pm - May 14, 2015.
Filed under: Big Hollywood

As you probably have heard, the new Mad Max: Fury Road film is the post-apocalyptic world of Mad Max and The Road Warrior has been made into basically a feminist propaganda reel.  The main plot is basically The Handmaid’s Tale with car chases; as a take-charge feminist rescues women who’ve been held as breeding units by a male warlord rapist, and must take them to a sanctuary maintained by enlightened pacifist womyn.

The women, leaving behind graffiti reading, “We are not things” and “Who killed the world?” (Answer: men, obviously), run off hoping to restart a normal life in the verdant, distant world Furiosa remembers from childhood.

Along the way they angrily pry off their sawtooth-lined chastity belts. Later they run into a motorcycle gang/feminist collective called, somewhat suggestively, the Vulvani, and shoot it out with Joe’s troops, the Warboys. In a touch that shows an appreciation for a feminine quality of guarding and advancing life amid so much death, one of the Vulvani has a secret keepsake box. It’s full of seeds. Full of the future.

The New York Times sees the feminist messages too, and approves:

She and her comrades evolve from eye candy into a feminist guerrilla force. They are joined by a band of older women called the Vuvalini, who along with Furiosa, decide to give Immortan Joe’s patriarchy a taste of its own medicine.

“Mad Max: Fury Road,” like its namesake both humble and indomitable, isn’t about heroism in the conventional, superpowered sense. It’s about revolution.

Still, if you have hankering to have feminist propaganda hammered into you in all its misandist glory, a $10 movie ticket is cheaper than a semester at any university.

It’s Just a Bad Movie, Get Over It

Posted by V the K at 11:18 pm - March 28, 2015.
Filed under: Big Hollywood,Gay PC Silliness

To the neurotically hypersensitive and perpetually indignant people who now determine what is offensive, it is now “homophobic” to suggest that straight men have no interest in performing oral sex on other men.

Get Hard, a comedy starring Will Ferrell and Kevin Hart and released in UK cinemas on Saturday, follows a disgraced investment banker who is headed to prison in 30 days and enlists the help of a car-washer to help him prepare. What follows is 90 minutes of farcical comedy, built mainly around Ferrell’s fear of being raped while in prison and a general disgust at the concept of gay sex.

LGBT charity Stonewall also condemned the content in films such as Get Hard as damaging. “Homophobic, biphobic and transphobic language is endemic in Britain, particularly within our schools,” it said in a statement. “This kind of ‘banter’ that people see in Hollywood films and on-screen perpetuates the idea that this kind of language is acceptable.”

The scene that seems to have their panties in a wad is one in which Will Ferrell is compelled to perform oral sex in a glory-hole scenario and is revolted by the prospect; which I guess is hateful to gay people. Although it is what we in the real world would call ‘normal.’

I am sure the movie is awful, but it’s kind of funny how Christians are expected to put up with constant and direct attacks from Hollywood, but gays are supposed to be outraged at anything other than a celebratory portrayal.

Frankly, all this whining makes gays look like a bunch of pansies.

Whoopi Goldberg Says Ted Cruz is a “Gay People Denier”

Posted by V the K at 9:15 pm - March 24, 2015.
Filed under: Big Hollywood

Gay Denier? She must have been thinking of Tom Cruise.

GOLDBERG: He’s a gay people denier. He’s a woman, right to choose denier. He denies everything. Listen, I’m sorry and I am going to take pot shots at him. He may not have been at the charge but he didn’t stop the charge.

RIP: Leonard Nimoy

Posted by V the K at 2:38 pm - February 27, 2015.
Filed under: Big Hollywood

I expect Obama to commemorate the occasion by tweeting a picture of himself.

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Oscar Story

Posted by V the K at 7:40 pm - February 22, 2015.
Filed under: Big Hollywood

I never really gave a spit about the Oscars; just a hyperexpensive orgy of self-congratulation by a bunch of celebrities I can’t stand. Could. Not. Care. Less.

But this story is kind of neat; the actor who played the kid version of Forrest Gump could not attend the Academy Awards ceremony in 1995 because his family was too poor to afford the tickets and apparently multi-zillionaire Tom Hanks couldn’t find his wallet to help the kid out. Kid went on to join the Army and serve in Iraq.

Child star Michael Conner Humphreys – who played a young Forrest in leg braces – missed out on his big chance to attend the biggest showbiz event on the planet.

His parents were offered the chance to buy tickets for the most important night of their son’s life but, unable to find the cash, eight-year-old Michael and his family watched the show at home on TV.

Michael served four years in the U.S. Army as an infantry soldier, which included an 18 month tour of duty in Iraq.

On the whole, a way better outcome than say, Lindsay Lohan or Brad Renfro.

SJW’s Set Out to Ruin ‘Star Wars’

Posted by V the K at 9:39 am - February 17, 2015.
Filed under: Big Hollywood

Arguably, they’re a little late to the party. Lucas already ruined Star Wars back in 1998.  But, give the gals credit, ‘The Force Awakens’ isn’t even released yet, but radical feminists are already kvetching about it.

Because Star Wars movies must support power-feminism.

After all, these are action films, not princess films. These are the characters that kids will dress up as for Halloween and role-play in invented adventures. Let these kids emulate strength, not passivity.

Because Star Wars movies, like everything else must become propaganda vehicles to promote LGBTQIAWXYZ:-P

Following an era of an unprecedented expansion of queer rights since the release of the very first film in 1977, it’s time straight relationships finally share the stage with queer ones.

Because Star Wars must atone for ‘promoting racism.’

Is it possible our internalized racism allows us to better cope with the killing of hundreds and hundreds of Stormtoopers over the course of multiple movies? Could this country’s long history of dehumanizing Black and Brown people play a role here?

Because all movies must glorify Kim Jong-Un.

In case they don’t, get your hashtags and online petitions ready. Or, for a more direct approach, send your comments straight to Disney Movies.

(Well, not really, but kinda, y’know.)

It’s this whole leftist idea that ‘Star Wars’ somehow belongs to the culture, and like the internet, must be treated like a utility; regulated and forced to conform to and support the goals of Social Justice.

As a punchline, the feminist who wrote the article is a leftist gamma-male. Meanwhile, women are flocking to a soft-core porn movie that features a man stalking, seducing, and objectifying a woman through BDSM.



Steakhouse Bans Celebrity Americaphobes

Posted by V the K at 10:54 am - January 27, 2015.
Filed under: Big Hollywood

A steakhouse in my hometown of Grand Rapids, Michigan has announced that it will not serve Michael “Snipers are cowards” Moore and Seth “American Sniper is a Nazi propaganda film” Rogen even if they were to come in, which they probably would not have anyway. As reported by WOOD TV (which is not a porn channel).

A sign outside of Brann’s in Wyoming is getting reaction from passersby and customers.

It reads, “Michael Moore and Seth Rogen are NOT allowed in my place.”

“For 43 years I’ve been a small business man because of the Chris Kyles of the world and I have a right to not serve the Michael Moores and the Seth Rogens,” Brann said. “That guy (Chris Kyles) is an American hero.”

Presumably the ban also extends to Bill “Chris Kyle was a psychopath” Maher as well. I don’t think Michael Moore would have ever gone there anyway; he strikes me much more as the “$9.95 all-you-can-eat buffet” type.

What Is Wrong These People?

Posted by V the K at 5:02 pm - January 24, 2015.
Filed under: Big Hollywood,Leftist Nutjobs

The Hollywood Left really, really hates ‘American Sniper’ Chris Kyle, a man who saved countless innocent lives in Iraq by killing very bad people with his sniper rifle. In other words, someone any sane, rational person would regard as a hero.

But not so among degenerate Hollywood leftists.

Michael Moore – the man who puts the ‘fat’ in ‘fatuous left-wing hypocrite’ – took a pause from dividing up his nine luxury homes between he and his divorced wife and said that snipers are cowards.

Bill Maher called Chris Kyle a ‘psychopath.’ And former Democrat presidential candidate Howard Dean agreed.

Seth Rogan notoriously compared ‘American Sniper’ to a Nazi propaganda film, and Chris Kyle to a Nazi soldier, and foul-mouthed, homophobic, walking anger management issue Alec Baldwin leaped to his defense.

And yet, juvenile thugs like Trayvon Martin and Mike Brown, and men who rape children like Roman Polanski are heroes to them.

Really. Seriously. What the hell?

Woe unto them that call evil good, and good evil; that put darkness for light, and light for darkness; that put bitter for sweet, and sweet for bitter! – Isaiah 5:20

The State of the Union

My basic reaction to both the Oscars and the SOTU

My basic reaction to both the Oscars and the SOTU

Y’know, the State of the Union Address and the Oscars have a lot in common. They are annual ceremonies held by coastal elites without the first clue about how normal Americans live. They are full of politics, full of pomp, insanely hyped by the media, and they will each be completely forgotten within a week of the broadcast. And in both cases, the point is to celebrate their ability to get the public to buy into elaborate fantasy worlds painstakingly created by people who have no grounding in real life.

In Hollywood, people who can’t stand each other pretend to like each other. In Washington, people who like each other pretend they can’t stand each other. In both cases, the goal is to keep the public in the dark about what’s really going on.


Hollywood’s Real Bigotry

Posted by V the K at 5:04 pm - December 18, 2014.
Filed under: Big Hollywood

Amy Pascal, the soon-to-be-ex Sony executive is currently kissing the hinders of Al Sharpton in a desperate desire to save her career after it was revealed by hacked emails that she made the horrifically racist observation that the extremely race-conscious Emperor of the United States probably likes movies with members of his own race in them.

ILC hates Twitter-centric posts, but I thought this was… IDK… maybe worth a look. It kind of demonstrates that Ms Pascal has quite a lot of deep-seated prejudices, but some are more politically correct than others.

It’s a constant source of bafflement to liberals that not every minority wants to be a token on the Democrat Plantation. See also, Harry Reid, who found the existence of Hispanic Republicans inconceivable even as a Hispanic Republican was kicking his son’s butt in the race for Nevada Governor (and may well kick Harry’s withered butt out of the senate in 2016).

Would This Be “Racist!” If Conservatives Were Caught Doing It?

Posted by V the K at 7:31 am - December 11, 2014.
Filed under: Big Hollywood

A group calling itself “Guardians of Peace” has been releasing the hacked emails of Hollywood producers and film executives. Among the items they have leaked was this exchange between Sony executives speculating about Emperor Barack’s favorite movies.

“Should I ask him if he liked DJANGO?” said Pascal, with Rudin replying “12 YEARS.”

“Or the butler. Or think like a man?” continued Pascal, who is a major donor for the Democratic party and President Obama.

“Ride-along. I bet he likes Kevin Hart,” said Rudin.

So the joke is, I guess, that the African-American emperor prefers to see movies featuring African-Americans. That seems to a pretty innocuous observation; a bit like speculating that Joe Biden likes movies like “Forrest Gump” and “I Am Sam” that feature mentally challenged white dudes. Further, it is borne out that black audiences are drawn to movies with black characters and black themes. This is pretty much the entire basis of Spike Lee’s career.

But I am wondering what if, instead of liberal Hollywood Democrats, that same email exchange had taken place between employees of FoxNews or Glenn Beck? Fair to say the MFM would be getting pretty lathered up, n’est-ce pas?

The Other Team Can Keep Him

Posted by V the K at 3:37 pm - October 29, 2014.
Filed under: Big Hollywood

Celebrity person Russell Brand wishes he were attracted to men, because that would make him a gay idiotic git instead of just an idiotic git.

“I’m tedious with my heterosexuality.”

No, just tedious.

Perhaps locking tedious heterosexual Russell Brand in a room with tedious homosexual Morrissey… would prove nothing, but it still sounds like a pretty good idea.

[Was that uncivil?]

Hermione Granger Lectures Mos Eisley Spaceport on Feminism

The actress who played Hermione Granger in the Harry Potter movies dropped in on the world’s premier wretched hive of scum and villainy… the United Nations… to deliver a lecture on feminism and to pester men to become feminists.

It was the kind of speech that the Hollywood left usually describes as “courageous,” meaning it reinforces the prejudices of the Hollywood left and will benefit positively the career of the person giving it. To the Hollywood Left, courage is Tina Fey putting on her Sarah Palin wig and delivering a speech about how gay marriage combats Global Warming.

The text of the speech contains not a word about clitorectomies, honor killings, or Islamic Law and its requirements that a woman produce four witnesses before accusing a man of rape. It was all about First World problems, which is why an actress who has made millions of dollars can complain about income inequality and hurt feelings.

Because the reality is that if we do nothing it will take 75 years, or for me to be nearly a hundred before women can expect to be paid the same as men for the same work.

I started questioning gender-based assumptions when at eight I was confused at being called “bossy,” because I wanted to direct the plays we would put on for our parents—but the boys were not.
When at 14 I started being sexualized by certain elements of the press.
When at 15 my girlfriends started dropping out of their sports teams because they didn’t want to appear “muscly.”
When at 18 my male friends were unable to express their feelings.

But given the size of that pile of manure, there had to be a pony under it somewhere and here it is.

The more I have spoken about feminism the more I have realized that fighting for women’s rights has too often become synonymous with man-hating. If there is one thing I know for certain, it is that this has to stop.

No kidding. as the Feminist Movement is led by women who totally believe stuff like this:

“The proportion of men must be reduced to and maintained at approximately 10% of the human race.”


What If Bryan Singer Were a Catholic Priest?

Posted by V the K at 3:49 pm - April 19, 2014.
Filed under: Big Hollywood

X-Men Director Bryan Singer has been accused of raping an underage boy at Paul Mitchell’s resort in Hawaii. Drug-fueled orgies in which Hollywood heavyweights including other producers like Roland Emmerich indulge themselves with underage boys are pretty common; alleges the victim’s attorney.

Some are dismissing the allegations; noting that the man is now 31 years old and is only now alleging abuse that took place when he was fifteen. But wasn’t that the same case with most of the the accusations made against Roman Catholic clergy? Weren’t most of the victims adults alleging that abuse occurred decades earlier?  Singer’s defenders claim the man is just looking for a payout; but the Roman Catholic church was writing a lot of checks at the height of their scandal, too.

I can’t possibly know if the allegations are true in this specific case. But what I do know is that Hollywood has shown an incredible degree of tolerance for child rapists and creepy pedophiles; Woody Allen, Roman Polansky, and Victor Salva, among others, were all forgiven for their sexual abuses of minors. There really doesn’t seem to be much shock or outrage when minors are abused by Hollywood people. Is it because media folk help cover for other media folk? Do people just not care as much when the perpetrator is a celebrity as opposed to a clergyman or a football coach? Or is it because those who control the media only care about the sexual abuse of minors when it can be used as a cudgel against those they don’t like?

Why the double standard? I’m asking honestly, because I don’t get it.