Monday, April 25, 2005

Hollywood Takes on 9/11

Hang onto your hats for a Moonbat storm warning- Hollywood has determined that enough time has passed to allow it to begin making films about 9/11. Now, I know what you're thinking- 3,000 innocent people perished in the biggest ever terrorist attack on the United States, an act which has changed our entire world forever. These reprehensible f**kers flew planes into buildings where civilians were doing nothing more harmful than going to work. You'd expect that Hollywood would understand that the unprovoked mass murder of American citizens going about their daily business would be a sensitive issue. That's what you'd expect but this is Hollywood we're talking about, so instead we get this-

A new movie called The Great New Wonderful, which actress Maggie Gyllenhaal informs us "deals with 9/11 in such a subtle, open way that I think it allows it to be more complicated than just, 'Oh, look at these poor New Yorkers and how hard it was for them." As if this wasn't sickening enough she then adds, "because I think America has done reprehensible things and is responsible in some way and so I think the delicacy with which it's dealt allows that to sort of creep in."

That a spoiled, overpaid brat like this can come out and blame America for Islamic terrorists murdering 3000 people is so staggeringly stupid that I'm astonished. And absolutely disgusted. What makes this even worse is that this movie- which delicately deals with America's blame for 9/11- is being shown at the Tribeca Film Festival which was "founded in 2002 by Robert De Niro, Jane Rosenthal, and Craig Hatkoff as a response to the attacks on the World Trade Center". Isn't that great, a film festival created to help the damaged city of New York is playing host to this garbage?

Well, I know for sure that I'll never again paid a penny towards any movie associated with any of the people in this film- that includes dumb b***h Gyllenhaal, Tony Shalhoub (whose work I actually used to like), and the writer and director. Remember, the only way to affect the crap Hollywood pumps out is to boycott it and the people involved with it.

Hat tip to LGF for the story.

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