Movie Night: Contractor

Except for the opening shot, lily-white.

53 thoughts on “Movie Night: Contractor

    1. I am pretty sure that the movie managed to mock everything which is good and holy concerning fly-over people.

      I want to copyright that but L1 has most likely already stolen it.

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  1. My old boss, Mr. Prince, gotta shout out as did Triple Canopy. Friends at Blackwater bounced back and forth with Triple C. Β£/ €/ $

    Atlas Shrugged following Benghazi.

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  2. I had never even heard of this movie until you did this post. I have seen no advertising for it, am off to see if it is playing near me.

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        1. That would not surprise me. It sounds like this movie would receive tremendous hate in America.

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        2. I looked some more, and it is playing at a little country theater in Connecticut, but that’s it. They definitely are not pushing this movie in the U.S.: most people don’t know and probably won’t know that it even exists.

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    1. Lol πŸ™‚ But the Supreme Court has to have an odd number of justices. I want to be the 11th justice. I never graduated college, but I know what a woman is, which makes me more qualified than most lawyers πŸ™‚

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    1. Most people in Hollywood have totally sold out to China. It would not surprise me at all if China is somehow behind “The Contractor.”

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  3. The movie they have really been pushing here is “Father Stu” which is directed by Mel Gibson and is based on a true story about a boxer who became a Catholic priest. They are pushing it very hard, and it looks really good. It opens here tomorrow night, and I am going to see it tomorrow night.

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      1. I will write up a review when I get home tomorrow night, or, if I am tired when I get home tomorrow night, I will do it the next day πŸ™‚

        Remember that movie “Dog?” they pushed that one very hard too, and it was respectful in its treatment of warriors and veterans. I don’t think it’s a coincidence that they pushed “Dog” very hard, but are allowing “The Contractor” to fly under the radar.

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      1. How so? Seems to me that if you know who works for Blackwater and you love America and you have a brain, then you will honor the men who work for Blackwater. How is that an acquired taste?

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    1. Donald Trump has paved the way for you πŸ™‚ I don’t know if you would win, but I bet you would do far better than you realize πŸ™‚

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        1. I have lost the bubble. The only reason I mentioned Trump is because he has been a bit of a womanizer, but won anyway. That is what I meant when I said that he paved the way for you. The womanizing is the only thing they could hold against you, and Trump has neutralized that issue, to a large extent.

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      1. “TVs are curved now same-same?”

        I have lost the bubble, again. I have no idea what this comment, or question, means. I don’t understand the question. πŸ™‚

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  4. “What is wrong with making love to beautiful women?”

    I don’t know. Some people think it is wrong to make love to a woman you are not married to, but many of them-many many of them-voted for Trump, because they have learned the hard way that putting altar boys in office doesn’t necessarily work. You won’t convince them that premarital sex is ok, but you may very well convince them to vote for you in spite of this disagreement. In the past, it would have been a deal breaker, now, not so much.

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  5. But right next to the President, we have a fag with no qualifications for his Cabinet seat and a man dressing like a woman wearing some sort of military-looking uniform in the Surgeon General’s office or something like that.

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    1. Well, but, the people who voted those clowns in would never vote for you or Trump or any sane person under any circumstances. I am referring to Republicans, who used to care about the personal lives of candidates, but nowadays, they don’t really care anymore.

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