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Mar 03 2014

Why I Don’t Go to the Movies Anymore

If you have any intention of watching the new action thriller Non-Stop, read no further, because this review will completely spoil the suspense. But more importantly, it will save you from wasting your time and money.

On an international flight over the Atlantic, burnt-out alcoholic flight marshal Bill Marks ([Liam] Neeson) is hoping for a nice easy flight in first class where after sneaking a smoke and drink he might even be able to catch a little shut-eye. A text message informing him that one person on the flight will die every twenty-minutes unless $150 million is wired to an account, ruins that plan.

Counting pilots and crew, there are around 150 souls on board. Marks has 20 minutes to figure out which one is the bad guy. Red herrings abound. Is it one of the many actors whose faces we recognize but names we can’t remember? People start to die. Marks is fingered as the hijackert. Who’s doing this? Why are they doing this? What is their motive?

Here’s the answer:

It turns out that the villain is not a hijacker but a terrorist — someone who wants to murder everyone on the plane to further a political goal.

You ready…?

The terrorist is a 9/11 family member. Yes, you read that right; the terrorist is a 9/11 family-member who lost a loved-one in the World Trade Center on that terrible September morning.

It gets worse…

After 9/11, this 9/11 family member-turned-terrorist then joined the military but found himself disillusioned by the pointless wars.

And now…

The 9/11 family member-turned-terrorist is upset because America hasn’t done enough to ensure there will never be another 9/11. And so he figures that if he can get an air marshal blamed for a terrorist attack, America will wake up and anally probe us before we’re allowed on a plane, or something.

It gets worse…

The villain’s sidekick is a member of the American military willing to murder 150 innocent people for a payday.

It gets worse…

The one passenger on the plane who is forever helpful, kind, reasonable, noble, and never under suspicion is a Muslim doctor dressed in traditional Muslim garb including a full beard.

Screw you, Hollywood.

You wouldn’t have watched Leni Riefenstahl movies during World War II. Why would you watch anything excreted by Tinseltown now?

Non-Stop-Movie
With Hollyweird, the moonbattery is non-stop.

On a tip from Cristina.



52 Responses to “Why I Don’t Go to the Movies Anymore”

  1. JTM371 says:

    the brains in Hollywood will wonder when this piece of tripe fails what a joke.left hollywood a long time ago not going back.

  2. JTM371 says:

    the brains in Hollywood will wonder when this piece of tripe fails what a joke.left hollywood a long time ago not going back.

  3. Tchhht!!! says:

    The wife wanted to see that. Thanks for the warning. We’ll be saving out money.

  4. Tchhht!!! says:

    The wife wanted to see that. Thanks for the warning. We’ll be saving out money.

  5. herbert says:

    Thanks for the warning. However, are there no gay couples in the movie to ’round it out’?

  6. herbert says:

    Thanks for the warning. However, are there no gay couples in the movie to ’round it out’?

  7. Tool Says, "Learn to swim!" says:

    ‘Non-Stop’ bullsh*t from Hollywood. Same as it ever was.

  8. Tool Says, "Learn to swim!" says:

    ‘Non-Stop’ bullsh*t from Hollywood. Same as it ever was.

  9. mark says:

    I wouldn’t even bother downloading this crap off of bittorrent.

  10. mark says:

    I wouldn’t even bother downloading this crap off of bittorrent.

  11. jayeS says:

    I don’t go to the movies because I do not want to put money into those liberal Hollywood actors pockets. I don’t buy their music either.

  12. jayesouthworth says:

    I don’t go to the movies because I do not want to put money into those liberal Hollywood actors pockets. I don’t buy their music either.

  13. Xavier says:

    No Tea Party connection? No Sarah Palin influence?

    Amateurs.

  14. Xavier says:

    No Tea Party connection? No Sarah Palin influence?

    Amateurs.

  15. dan says:

    Manipulating the narrative./predictive programing…. JAG,24hrs ,Num3ers,the Unit…
    the media take a top rated telivision series ( NCIS and spiin off NCIS Los Angelous,Hawaiii Five O)and wrecks them doing this type of psy-ops BS … ()

  16. dan says:

    ‘Quit going to movies and turned off the tube 🙁
    Manipulating the narrative./predictive programing…. JAG,24hrs ,Num3ers,the Unit…
    the media take a top rated telivision series ( NCIS and spiin off NCIS Los Angelous,Hawaiii Five O)and wrecks them doing this type of psy-ops PC BS …

  17. Extirpates says:

    Whollywierd has been a fact free zone from the very beginning. They always get stuff bass-ackwards.

  18. Extirpates says:

    Whollywierd has been a fact free zone from the very beginning. They always get stuff bass-ackwards.

  19. Heltau says:

    I guess this makes up for the movie Taken, he did, and it WAS islams that he was killing to get his kid back from them.

  20. Heltau says:

    I guess this makes up for the movie Taken, he did, and it WAS islams that he was killing to get his kid back from them.

  21. grayjohn says:

    My last movie was Lord of the Rings. I watched it at home. Other than that it’s been 15 years since hollywhore got a dime out of me. This same shit has been going in a more subliminal form since the 60’s. To hell with Hollywood!

  22. grayjohn says:

    My last movie was Lord of the Rings. I watched it at home. Other than that it’s been 15 years since hollywhore got a dime out of me. This same shit has been going in a more subliminal form since the 60’s. To hell with Hollywood!

  23. dan says:

    …i always get
    SOMEbody sittin right behind me with with nervous leg syndrome and penny candy unwrapping piece after piece after….
    …and the seats are made by the same a$$hole that make ’em for buses and airplanes…I hope Elanor and Franklin save one for him in Hades

  24. dan says:

    …i always get
    SOMEbody sittin right behind me with with nervous leg syndrome and penny candy unwrapping piece after piece after….
    …and the seats are made by the same a$$hole that make ’em for buses and airplanes…I hope Elanor and Franklin save one for him in Hades

  25. Logic_Mine says:

    Thanks for the “heads up”. Liam isn’t my favorite but he’s tolerable. I’ve often suspected he’s been desperate for a paycheck which explains “Taken 2” and this movie.

    Hollywood should be ashamed of themselves for insinuating that the victims of 9/11 are actually the bad guys. Run them out on a RAiL!

  26. Logic_Mine says:

    Thanks for the “heads up”. Liam isn’t my favorite but he’s tolerable. I’ve often suspected he’s been desperate for a paycheck which explains “Taken 2” and this movie.

    Hollywood should be ashamed of themselves for insinuating that the victims of 9/11 are actually the bad guys. Run them out on a RAiL!

  27. daPenguin says:

    dear Hollywood, we are just not that into you anymore, we have moved on.
    Signed
    Americans that have a clue

  28. daPenguin says:

    dear Hollywood, we are just not that into you anymore, we have moved on.
    Signed
    Americans that have a clue

  29. oldguy says:

    Thanks for the synopsis. We were about to go see this movie.

  30. oldguy says:

    Thanks for the synopsis. We were about to go see this movie.

  31. Eric says:

    Some recent movie watches for me:
    Cross of Iron 1977
    Jess’ Franco’s Count Dracula 1970
    Five Dolls for an August Moon 1970
    The Girl in the Bikini 1952
    Sister of Ursula 1978
    $6 – $15 on Amazon is a much better deal to me.
    The last movie I saw in the “theatre” was Chicago at a 1pm matinee. (Ginger Rogers’ Roxie Hart 1942 was better). I did see a couple movies at the drive-in back when War of the Worlds was playing.

  32. Eric says:

    Some recent movie watches for me:
    Cross of Iron 1977
    Jess’ Franco’s Count Dracula 1970
    Five Dolls for an August Moon 1970
    The Girl in the Bikini 1952
    Sister of Ursula 1978
    $6 – $15 on Amazon is a much better deal to me.
    The last movie I saw in the “theatre” was Chicago at a 1pm matinee. (Ginger Rogers’ Roxie Hart 1942 was better). I did see a couple movies at the drive-in back when War of the Worlds was playing.

  33. Accession says:

    I couldn’t figure out why Hollywood would think people want to see a movie about a plane hijacking? I doubt Pearl Harbor movies would have been considered must see entertainment in the late forties.
    I guess they think everyone is so over 9/11 now.

  34. Accession says:

    I couldn’t figure out why Hollywood would think people want to see a movie about a plane hijacking? I doubt Pearl Harbor movies would have been considered must see entertainment in the late forties.
    I guess they think everyone is so over 9/11 now.

  35. DJ says:

    Most of the movies shown on TCM are pretty good — many of them are excellent.

  36. DJ says:

    Most of the movies shown on TCM are pretty good — many of them are excellent.

  37. DJ says:

    HEH! If there are A-holes in the theater, it never fails they will invariably sit directly behind me. Given that, it’s probably a good thing movie theaters are gun free zones — if you know what I mean….. 😉

  38. DJ says:

    HEH! If there are A-holes in the theater, it never fails they will invariably sit directly behind me. Given that, it’s probably a good thing movie theaters are gun free zones — if you know what I mean….. 😉

  39. Son_of_Taz says:

    At the Oscars Matthew McConaughey thanks God and the building nearly collapsed.

  40. Eddie_Valiant says:

    At the Oscars Matthew McConaughey thanks God and the building nearly collapsed.

  41. Xavier says:

    Stun gun.

  42. Xavier says:

    Stun gun.

  43. ReaganiteRepublican says:

    Haven’t paid to see a Hollywood movie in 20 years

  44. Haven’t paid to see a Hollywood movie in 20 years

  45. DJ says:

    Terrific!

  46. DJ says:

    Terrific!

  47. Professor Hale says:

    Why didn’t they blame the non-existent Neo-nazis or militia threat again? That doesn’t offend anyone.

  48. Professor Hale says:

    Why didn’t they blame the non-existent Neo-nazis or militia threat again? That doesn’t offend anyone.

  49. katya kakhov says:

    Wait till you get a load of the neolithic anthropocentric global warming in “NOAH”

  50. katya kakhov says:

    Wait till you get a load of the neolithic anthropocentric global warming in “NOAH”


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