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D.C. Cannot Save America. Hollywood Can.

Mr. B9 Wrote: Nov 09, 2012 5:58 PM
I think Tabitha's comments are spot on. We don't need to take over Hollywood, but we need to establish a presence there. It would be great if some conservative Billionaires could sink some money into studios dedicated to producing good movies and good tv shows. But you won't get far without distribution. Some of that money needs to go into buying shares in theater chains and distribution companies. If conservatives can start producing enough movies and tv shows then actors and support people will not feel they have to toe the liberal line in order to have a career. The bottom line is what matters most in Hollywood. The industry could use some healthy competition to spark creativity. Most Hollywood offerings have gotten stale and...
Summers Wrote: Nov 09, 2012 6:02 PM
For several years I have been boycotting certain actors, actresses, and directors. It has so severely cut back on my movie attendance that I may go once a year, if that often.
Par4theDay Wrote: Nov 09, 2012 6:07 PM
I like to purchase DVD's of the old classic stuff and watch those.

Now I do like some new stuff, but, I do not go to the theater, I only buy DVD's and such to watch at home, and even then they have to be on sale.

And I as many do boycott certain actors/actresses and certain genre's no matter what.
Summers Wrote: Nov 09, 2012 6:10 PM
I can get the old movies from cable service. (FYI, we have the same cable service in Baton Rouge and Houston. Makes it very convenient.)
Par4theDay Wrote: Nov 09, 2012 6:20 PM
I love the old movies. Actors were real actors and the story and direction is almost always superior to what you see today.

The war that the Republican Party lost last night was much more than a political war. It wasn’t simply lack of turn out, lack of money or a bad campaign. What was lost was a culture war.

In 2004, John Kerry won the 18-29 youth vote over George Bush by 9 points, with a 54 to 45 split. On Tuesday, Barack Obama won that same demographic by 23 percent, with Barack Obama taking 60 percent to Romney’s 36 percent. Not only that, but they’re voting in larger numbers. This represents a larger problem for the GOP and ultimately the country:...