Despite attempts by the liberal establishment to ignore or pervert Easter, normal Americans celebrated it in part by watching The Ten Commandments, a 1956 movie starring Charlton Heston that has been available on DVD or VHS for decades. There were 5.9 million viewers Saturday night. In contrast, shrill anti-gun moonbat Jim Carrey
just suffered another mega-flop last month with The Incredible Burt Wonderstone. After three weeks in release, Carrey’s big-budget comedy has grossed less than $21 million.
With ticket prices now averaging $7.96, that means Carrey’s latest big studio comedy has sold only 2.5 million tickets.
That is, a movie that has been replayed for generations beat Carrey’s new release by millions of viewers. Yet in his nasty video spitting venom at gun rights advocates, Carrey sings,
“Charlton Heston movies are no longer in demand.”
Once again, Hollyweird reveals that it has no clue what is going on outside its bubble of elitist moonbattery.
On a tip from dan.