Wednesday, December 14, 2016

TRAILERS: Dunkirk, Despicable Me 3, The Wall, Patriot's Day, Transformers 5, Spider Man, Guardians Of the Galaxy

The Hollywood artist Sabo is known for taking popular Hollywood culture (i.e., liberal propaganda) and giving it a conservative twist. In this image, Sabo has taken the posters for Rogue One: A Star Wars Story and replaced the title with "Rogue Won" and the image of Jen Erso (Felicity Jones) with Donald Trump, suggesting that Trump's victory against Hillary Clinton (also pictured on the poster where Darth Vader is on the original) is akin to Erso defeating the Death Star and Imperial Force. Along with Trump on the poster are people who "helped" win Trump the election, including Sean Hannity and Ann Coulter. 
Opening this week is the highly anticipated Rogue One: A Star Wars Story that could shatter box office records this week. I don't know for sure, however, looking at the seriously mixed-bag of reviews, it looks like the liberal critics hate it, and the (relatively more so) conservative critics love it; one critic who loved it said it was the best Star Wars film since Empire Strikes Back, so I am expecting to see a very good movie when I go Friday afternoon. Here is one of the latest trailers from the film:
This is going to be a super quick post, I'm not going into details on these trailers, but there have been so many that have come out, we need to get caught up (I am nearly done with a post, but I keep getting lost in details so that's why it's not up; sorry). Released just today is the second trailer for Christopher Nolan's Dunkirk, and I can hardly wait!
As amazing as that trailer looks, it is depressing. This second trailer for Fist Fight should make you smile:
I think this is actually going to be a pro-socialist film: it's better for kids to dis-respect school and have no sense of personal responsibility or consequences of their actions rather than to beat up on the nice, wuss. I could be wrong, but I think Ice Cube, being a Republican, has been cast as the villain in this film; it should at least be funny, though. The first trailer for Despicable Me 3 should perk you right up, too:
I said I wasn't going to say anything, but I'm going to say something: why a villain from the 1980s? Because the Liberal Left has villified everything Americans like myself loved about the 1980s; no, not the shoulder pads or Rubics' Cubes or music, but Ronald Reagan. By making the 1980s seem idiotic, the Left has tried brought out everything about the 1980s to cloud over the glory of the Reagan Administration, and so the Bratt villain we see in the trailer is a sign of the Left's propaganda about that time in American history. Speaking of re-writing history, I have been fairly confident regarding the direction which the upcoming Assassins' Creed is going to take; this third trailer that has been released has made me cast some doubt on that:
What I think is going to happen is that "any impulse towards independence or rebellion is going to be crushed" is the way the Left wants the Right to be interpreted, that is, Trump is the one who wants to cruse individuality and personal liberties, and by twisting the history of the Church and Christian teachings, the Right and the Church is going to be made to be villains. I could be very wrong about this, and I will readily admit it if I am, but I have uneasy feelings about this film. This next film, The Wall, looks amazing:
We could really dive deep into this trailer, but we are going to move on for the moment. I don't get a chance to promote TV shows very often, but this looks particularly good:
Here is the second trailer for Patriots' Day, about the Boston Marathon bombing:
Speaking of Mark Wahlberg, here is the first amazing trailer for Transformers: The Last Knight; please listen carefully to the amazing monologue delivered by Anthony Hopkins:
This epic trailer shares with Fate Of the Furious the hero (Dom in F8 and Optimus Prime in Transformers) supposedly turning to the "dark side" and turning on all those they love and who love them. Optimus Prime killing Bumblee--the yellow Autobot we see on the ground when Optimus says, "Forgive me,"--is like Optimus killing his own son. We have seen this before in the Arnold Schwarzenegger film Maggie, when his daughter turns into a zombie and he faces having to potentially kill her. Again, we aren't looking for "originality," rather, repeating patterns in stories which validate one another in the public square of discourse because it re-establishes the values being supported and why they are being supported. In this next trailer, a surveillance program called "The Circle" looks an awful lot like the "satanic" symbol we saw in Independence Day: Resurgence:
According to a synopsis for the film, The Circle is an internet monopoly company who hires Emma Watson's character that wants to sync your entire life together so you have only one identity on all your devices, across all of your social media, visible to the entire world at all times. If Tom Hanks' character reminded you of Steve Jobs, and the interview and company atmosphere of The Circle reminded you of Google or Facebook, that's because,... it's meant to. It's based on a book of the same name but books rarely have the same interpretation between author and film maker; I have no idea which way this film is going to go, but we will stay posted.
On the far left is the poster for Devil's Due, and the circle symbol on the floor of the cult who targeted the woman sitting in the circle; in the center, from Independence Day: Resurgence, is a drawing I made of the image of a "friendly space craft" that was coming to help earthlings from the return of the aliens wanting to destroy them and then, here is an example of the logo from the film The Circle (but this logo isn't as good as the solid red cicle in the film). In my post on Independence Day, I argued about the Satanic links being advocated by Independence Day in using this symbol, that the liberals who made the film want people to embrace Satan to help liberals overcome Christianity and conservatives. Given the "After School Satan" program that has been started in schoold, as well as the massive revelations by Wikileaks of Hillary Clinton being a satanic high priestess, spirit cookings and "pizza parties," we shouldn't be surprised to see this symbol coming up again. The question is, is The Circle promoting Satanism or is it warning against it? 
Up next is the long awaited Spider Man Homecoming where Spider Man has actually made it home to Marvel Studios. We first saw Tom Holland as Peter Parker in Captain America: Civil War and now, he's on his own.
I actually like Holland in this role, I think he fits it quite well, so I'm not sure what it is about this trailer that I don't like,... Oh, maybe its RDJ. Well, apart from that, there is something I don't like about it, I just haven't had time, or maybe enough material, to put my finger on it. But, speaking of Marvel, let's check out the hilarious second trailer for Guardians Of the Galaxy Vol 2:
Speaking of Chris Pratt, I am HIGHLY anticipating Passengers, which comes out Dec 21, so it's one of the last big films of 2016:
Again, a "ship" usually refers to a "ship of state," and that these people have been put on a ship for a "new destination" that is self-destructing, refers to our current political situation. Last but not least, we have the spectacular capitalist extravaganza that I can't wait to see opening Christmas Day:
I'm getting more posts up!
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