Joyanna Adams

Nobody's Opinion

How NOT to Waste a Night at the Movies

Nobody’s Opinion

I should have listened to the critics: I actually PAID to see Geostorm at the theater. Over 21 critics said that it was a “stinker”, but I watched the trailer, and it looked like another 2012. In my house, the ONLY reason to pay $60 dollars to see a 2-hour movie is for the 3-D special effects. There is no other reason, unless of course, it’s a Dinesh D’Souza special.  

Like most Americans we watch Netflick at home… movies are a luxury.

But, I thought, let’s get out of the house.

It was a Saturday night, and six people were there, and that’s including my husband and I.

All of the critics trashed this thing, but the one thing NOBODY mentioned was the fact that the movie was done, in my nobody opinion, just as much for propaganda reasons as anything else.

It’s as if the elites are hiring producers to come up with big blockbusters, just to promote whatever global message they want to hammer throughout the world.

If you don’t want to know about the movie, stop here, and go find out who Mueller arrested for talking to some Russian, that’s been the teaser all week. That should be a real laugh. 

Just like a movie, politics are played to the masses.

Basically, it’s a story about this American man (Gerald Butler) who designs the ultimate international space station.  He lives in Florida, (somehow, they managed to make Florida look like the dead zone.) and his younger brother just happens to be close to the President. And the younger brother’s girlfriend is a secret service agent who just happens to be in the President’s guard.

Both the younger brother and his girlfriend are WAY too young to even be believable, but hey, it’s

Secret Service Agent?

Hollywood.

The ‘international’ space station starts causing destruction on earth, and so Butler is set up in space to fix it.

Now…nobody explains what this station does, and there is a net around the whole planet, which to me is rather ominous in itself. It’s a cross between Armageddon, 2012, and Gravity. 

A rather bad copy stolen from all three.

Butler’s team is made up of an African woman, a Muslim security agent, a British techie, a Mexican, and a German woman commander. One big global kum-ba-ya.

The theme of a one world citizenship is promoted throughout the film.

Destroys the World

The international space weather station starts destroying Moscow, Dubai, Singapore, and it’s discovered that the ONLY one who could be sabotaging the station is the U.S. Democratic President, played by Andy Garcia, putting the fact that the world knows: American Presidents will destroy the world rather than share power with any other nations.

In the end, it’s his Secretary of State, played by Ed Harris, who is the villain, who is a real life liberal.

In the BIG patriotic speech at the end, the villain explains that he did it to destroy all of America’s enemies with one blow. He explains this to the President. He was making America great again.

The script, the acting, and even the special effects were boring. It’s all been done before. It doesn’t matter if Dubai is being sweep into the ocean by a gigantic tsunami or not. Been there. Done that.

It helps if the bored youngsters get the 3-D camera in focus.

Okay. It was a waste of money.

On Sunday, we rented the movie Dead Pool. If you left out all the penis masturbating dialogue, you’d only have about 15 minutes of film. The action scenes were well done, but really.

They had to put a strip bar into the scene, and a long sex scene in which his girlfriend uses a dildo on HIM.

Yeah. How many children went to see this?

Which brings me to the point: Hollywood produces a LOT of crabby movies that is basically soft porn with a superhero.

And yes, a superhero threw up in it. And peed. The things every decent human tries to hide: peeing, pooping, cussing, and screwing everything around: man and woman, with NO Love or emotion involved…

How badly is this damaging our own respect for our own species? 

Megyn Kelly and liberal women are everywhere now screaming to high heaven about being sexually harassed and raped, as if they were the purest of women, with the same morals as nuns.

Haven’t they been watching the same movies we have the last 10 years?

Tonight, in order to detox our souls, we stayed home and watched Christmas movies on Hallmark. Where couples, fall in love, love their kids, have families, bake cookies, and never throw up. It was like taking a long refreshing and relaxing shower after being covered with mud.

The one thing Geostorm did do, was cure me of my “Hey, I bet that has GREAT special effects!” madness.

I will never rush to see another ‘disaster’ film just because it’s in 3.D

But hey, the rest of the world is going to love it.

October 29, 2017 - Posted by | American Culture, Uncategorized | ,

2 Comments »

  1. It takes us a long time to learn. If only we could get a phobia. Hollywoodiphobia. Then they would call us bigots and force us to watch their crap, star-crapping, peeing, pee-pee-pulling porn, propaganda films.

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    Comment by Amfortas | October 30, 2017 | Reply

    • Wow…great descriptions worthy of trying to say REALLY fast! 

      Like

      Comment by Joyanna Adams | October 31, 2017 | Reply


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