Tuesday, December 31, 2013

Films I'm Looking Forward to Seeing in 2014

Here are some of the films I'm looking forward to seeing in 2014:

Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones
Paranormal Activity 5
Captain America: Winter Soldier
The Amazin' Spider-Man 2
X-Men: Days of Future Past
The Expendables 3
Devil's Due
Saving Mr. Banks
Lone Survivor
The Hunger Games: Mocking Jay Part 1
The Hobbit: There and Back Again
Dawn of the Planet of the Apes
Transformers 4
The Wolf of Wall Street

Monday, December 30, 2013

Favorite Films of 2013

As 2013 is about to come to a close, what are your favorite films of the year?

Here's my list.

As 2013 is about to come to a close, what are your favorite films of the year?

Here's my list.

The Conjuring
Fast & Furious 6
Thor the Dark World
The Hobbit:  The Desolation of Smaug
The Hunger Games:  Catching Fire
The Best Man Holiday
Iron Man 3
The Wolverine
The Heat
Evil Dead
The Purge
Man of Steel
American Hustle
World War Z
Kevin Hart:  Let Me Explain
This Is the End
The World's End
Captain Phillips
Star Trek Into Darkness
Texas Chainsaw Massacre 3D
Zero Dark Thirty
A Good Day to Die Hard
G.I. Joe:  Retaliation
Insidious:  Chapter 2
Olympus Had Fallen
Tyler Perry's A Madea Christmas
Pacific Rim
Kick-Ass 2
The Last Stand
Jackass Presents Bad Grandpa
We're the Millers
Anchorman 2

Monday, September 2, 2013

Fall/Winter Movies to Look Forward To See

Now that we're done with the summer movie season, the focus now shift to the fall and winter releases.

Some of the films I'm looking forward to seeing:

Insidious Chapter 2
Jackass Presents:  Bad Grandpa
Thor:  The Dark World
The Hunger Games:  Catching Fire
Anchorman 2
The Wolf of Wall Street
Escape Plan
Grudge Match
The Best Man Holiday
The Hobbit:  The Desolation of Smaug
The Secret Life of Walter Mitty

I don't know if there will be a Paranormal Activity 5 this October.  Does anyone know if it will be release this year?

What films are you looking forward this fall?

Favorite Films This Summer

Now that the summer movie season is over, what are your favorite films this summer?

Here's my list:

1.  The Conjuring
2.  Fast & Furious 6
3.  You're Next
4.  Star Trek Into Darkness
5.  The Heat
6.  Iron Man 3
7.  The World's End
8.  Kevin Hart:  let Me Explain
9.  The Purge
10.  The Wolverine
11.  Pacific Rim
12.  Man of Steel
13.  World War Z
14.  Kick-Ass 2

Films I regretted not seeing in theatres:

1.  The Hangover III
2.  This is the End
3.  Red 2
4.  Now You See Me.

I'm still hoping to see 2 Guns & Fruitvale Station as well as maybe Monster University when they play at a bargain theatre.

Friday, May 3, 2013

2013 Summer Films I'm Excited to See

With the release of Iron Man 3, it's an early kickoff to the summer movie season (my favorite time of year). 

Here are some of the films I want to see:

Iron Man 3
Star Trek Into Darkness
The Hangover 3
Fast & Furious 6
Man of Steel
White House Down
The Smurfs 2
Red 2
The Conjuring
The Wolverine
2 Guns
300:  Rise of an Empire
Pacific Rim
You're Next
The Purge
Monster University

On the Maybe List:
The Great Gatsby
After Earth
Tyler Perry Presents Peeples
World War Z
The Internship
The Lone Ranger

Monday, December 31, 2012

Favorite Films of 2012

Here are my favorite films of 2012:

1.  The Dark Knight Rises
2.  The Avengers
3.  Django Unchained
4.  The Expendables 2 (Pleasure to see it twice!)
5.  Skyfall
6.  Argo
7.  The Hobbit
8.  The Hunger Games
9.  Act of Valor
10.  Lincoln
11.  Ted
12.  Taken 2
13.  Sinister
14.  The Collection
15.  Prometheus
16.  The Amazing Spider-Man
17.  A Cabin In the Woods
18.  21 Jump Street
19.  Looper
20.  Flight
21.  Chronicle
22.  Paranormal Activity 4
23.  Frankenweenie
24.  Twilight:  Breaking Dawn Part 2
25.  Dredd
26.  Safe House
27.  Brave
28.  the Three Stooges
29.  Madea's Witness Protection
30.  Sparkle
31.  Premium Rush
32.  The Man With the Iron Fists
33.  Trouble With the Curve
34.  Resident Evil:  Retribution
35.  The Possession

Worst Film I saw in 2012:
Total Recall

Film I Wished I Saw in 2012:
Silent Hill 2:  Revelation
The Raid:  Redemption

Sunday, May 1, 2011

I'm A Racist

I have a confession to male:  I AM A RACIST!

That's right.  I proudly admitted that I'm a racist.  "Why I'm a racist?," you may ask.  It's because I criticize President Obama.  According to the liberal media, if anyone dare to criticize the great Almighty President Obama, you must be a racist.

The latest person who the liberal media called a racist for giving an ounce of criticism to President Obama is Donald Trump.  Unless you have been living in a cave for the past couple of weeks, the real estate mogul & reality TV star of Celebrity Apprentice had demanded that Obama release his long-form birth certificate to prove that he is indeed an American citizen.  After Obama finally released his birth certificate, Trump took credit for pressuring the President for doing so.  Something, by the way, the liberal mainstream media should had done already.  Then, Trump, in the same press conference, questioned Obama's academic records.

Now, the President's academic records isn't really a big issue to me or for most American.  However, the reactions for the liberal media and Hollywood were absurdly loud.  Joy Behar and Whoopi Goldberg of The View attacked Trump and the "birther issue as racist with the following:

“I’m getting tired to trying not to find things slightly racist. It is very difficult, on a daily basis, to see this stuff and not say, you know, this is what it is. I have been raised to think, ‘Well, maybe that’s not what they mean. Let me figure it out.’ But, being black, when you say, ‘Y’know, this is racist,’ 9,000 people say, ‘Oh, you’re just playing the race card.’ Well, you know, I’m playing the damn card now.”

The always classy David Letterman, while interviewing Dr. Phil on his late night talk show, called Trump's actions a "smack of racism."

Even Bob Schieffer of Face the Nation accused Trump of racism because he asked him about his citizenship and academic records.

Most recently, Trump was a guest at the White House Correspondents Dinner where he was rudely booed by members of the liberal media.  Talk about being classy & impartial.  I won't even mention the jokes by President Obama & Seth Myers, mainly because I didn't watched it.  THANK GOD!!!!

It's the same blueprint for the liberals and their buddies in the media and Hollywood to attack conservatives & Republicans:  Criticized the Great Obama for any reason, and you will be dub a racist.  So it would be best to keep your mouth shut.

If demanding President Obama to release his birth certificate can be deemed racist, the liberal media would of have a field day when the liberal Chris Matthews of Hardball demanded Obama to release the long-form birth certificate on his show.  If the media is so concern about not making any jokes about Obama that could be deemed racist, they might called Seth Myers a racist for a joke he made at the White House Correspondents Dinner as host with the following:

I of course am contractually obligated to attend the MSNBC party tonight. Everyone knows how the MSNBC party works. President Obama makes the Kool-Aid, and everyone there drinks it. Too close to my home?
The cries of racism in situation where they are obvious no cases of racism is getting ridiculous.  It diminishes the real charges of racism.  The liberals and their buddies in the media and Hollywood are so empty in real arguments that they have to reduced to just plain name-calling.  From these attacks, you think that Trump was a former member of the KKK.

By the way, if anyone thinks about boycotting Celebrity Apprentice because of these false charges, they are just plain losers.

These liberals are just plain hypocrites.  The same people who have no problem criticizing President Bush or any other Republican or conservative by saying that it's American to question our leaders are now saying that attacking President Obama is racist.

There are legitimate questions if Trump is a conservative.  But, judging how the liberal media are treating him for his attacks on Obama, he is definitely a conservative.

But, judging by the liberal media's reactions, I'm a racist.  If that's the case, them I'm a proud racist!