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What A Drag?

So this new Vince Vaughn/ Mel Gibson movie Dragged Across Concrete sounds fucking dope!

Here is the plot from Wikipedia:

Two policemen, one an old-timer (Mel Gibson), the other his volatile younger partner (Vince Vaughn), find themselves suspended when a video of their strong-arm tactics become the media’s cause du jour. Low on cash and with no other options, these two embittered soldiers descend into the criminal underworld to gain their just due, but instead find far more than they wanted awaiting them in the shadows

Of course people reviewing it say it is racist, misogynistic, yadda, yadda, yadda.

Who cares? It sounds like it is going to be awesome. Reviewers don’t like it because this shows how people actually are and not how they think people should be.

I’m loving Vince Vaughn since his DUI. I love Mel Gibson since his DUI. Not to mention his hilarious audio tapes, blow me then Jacuzzi seems rather reasonable. I know it seems blasphemous for me to like him since he may not particularly care for Jews and I’m a Heeb, but what do you want he is Australian, they don’t like Jews, but who does? I’m sorry but all should be forgiven with Apocalypto. Great flick!

Anyway, can’t wait for this movie to drop. Looks like it will be a good one!

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Here are this week’s new releases as per Rotten Tomatoes.

James Franco and Zoë Kravitz star in this sci-fi action film about a pair of brothers who are forced to go on the run by a vengeful criminal, with only a mysterious weapon of unknown origins at their disposal.
Ruth’s Review: Ick, why are Franco and Kravits leading film actors. Plot sounds retarded too.
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Maybe This Is Why

The other week the reveal of the black voters’ approval rating of 36% of Donald Trump seemed to stymie many of the political pundits, but then again, what about this Presidency doesn’t?

It’s not that hard to understand, black people, just like other people, like money and in case you missed it, the unemployment rate is low and there are jobs. People have a consistent job and are earning money. It’s not that much of a mystery.

I’m surprised that Donald Trump does not appeal more to black voters. Not that all black people like rap, but Trump is the embodiment of rap culture.

He talks about how rich he is.

He has a good looking wife and has hot side bitches.

He carries a gun and loves guns.

He has haters that are trying to keep him down and he discredits them.

He has a Twitter account that is the equivalent of nothing but diss tracks.

He is braggadocios and unfiltered.

He talks about the size of his privates. (We all remember the small hands dispute.)

He has multiple children form different wives.

He has a private plane.

He is kind of gangsta and does what he wants.

I just figured that since some in the black community enjoy this form of entertainment,that Trump would naturally attract them.

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Here are this week’s new releases as per Rotten Tomatoes.

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John Cho and Debra Messing star in this thriller about a desperate father trying to locate his missing daughter by following clues discovered in her laptop with the help of a local detective.
Directed By: Aneesh Chaganty
Ruth’s Review: Sounds like a bad version of Taken and Edge of Darkness. Pass on this mainly becuase of annoying Debra Messing.
This sci-fi adventure film in the vein of E.T.D.A.R.Y.L., and Short Circuit centers on a teenager who discovers and befriends a state-of-the-art A.I. in the form of a dog and attempts to keep it safe from the evil scientists who want it back.
Directed By: Oliver Daly
Ruth’s Review: I rather enjoy Becky G, but it already states this has been done more or less.
Melissa McCarthy and Elizabeth Banks headline this noir-ish comedy from Brian Henson about a human cop and a puppet detective who must work together to solve the serial murders of the cast of a popular 1980s children’s show.
Directed By: Brian Henson
Ruth’s Review: this seems like it should be funny, but I’m guessing the attempt at edginess ruins it.
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Coincidence, I Think Not

All this hubbub regarding Alex Jones and Info Wars got a little more real with President Trump tweeting about social media companies and their treatment of conservative figures. This to me is actually funny because it was obviously government players that caused the de-platforming.

Bear with me, not to sound like Alex Jones, but it is too coincidental that in one day within the same time frame a bunch of big tech companies decided to put the kibosh on Info Wars. It was clearly a coordinated effort which is eerie in itself. However the question is why? Why did these companies all of a sudden, out of the blue decide, hey, let’s get rid of Alex Jones?

It clearly looks like they are do the bidding of a higher power. So who has more rank than these ridiculous tech conglomerates? Political figures.

Then the question remains, which government officials were involved in this?

This is like something out of a Commie playbook. Go in, go hard and silence.

Should be interesting if we ever find out who the instigators were, though I’m sure that mystery will remain somewhere between the Vegas shooter Stephen Paddok tale and why the Feds demolished that terrorist raining facility in New Mexico.

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