Coming to a Theater Near You

I made the mistake and watched Star Wars: The Force Awakens, even after listening to the TDS episode and reading Alex McNabb’s scathing takedown that lambasted (((J.J. Abrams’))) monstrous George Lucas reproduction. It was terrible and I wasted my hard-earned, and post-taxed, shekels on watching. Even my wife thought it was awful. That being said, I went to the Internet Movie Database (IMDb) to check out what new films are coming out later this year that are surely to disappoint any redpilled bad goy.

April

The Huntsman: Winter’s War

Theme: Second-tier feminist fantasy (FF) with an unhealthy dollop of CGI and overacting.

Summary: (((Hollywood))) is hoping that most normies forgot how forgettable Snow White and Huntsman was. Since new IPs are about as rare as a goy producer in Tinseltown, time to dust off an underperforming and unimpressive storyline for the goyim to spend money on. The original didn’t make its budget in US sales, but that’s never stopped Hollywood.

Emily Blunt and Charlize Theron battle for some unknown kingdom and use Chris Hemsworth as their boy toy. Expect some staple FF trope like a fierce female fighter gaining the Hunstman’s respect through her aptitude in battle. Otherwise, take a nap on this one.

Results: Sleeper; not a sleeper hit. Like its predecessor, expect this one to fade away very quickly.

Alternative: Instead, watch John Boorman’s 1981 classic Excalibur for excellent fantasy.

May

Captain America: Civil War

Theme: Fanboy Sperg-Out with any meaningful message overanalyzed, when in all reality, this is just a superhero movie.

Summary: Without (((Disney))) buying (((Marvel))), the company would very likely be out of business. In addition and more importantly, Marvel’s comic book division is completely and utterly run by perverted SJWs and they’ve ruined the classic comic book characters. Don’t expect the movies to incorporate elements from the current comics—it would sink this money making leviathan.

Evidently, Captain America and Ironman have problems and must fight each other, each one developing their own team of superheroes. At some point, they’ll come to their senses and merge to battle some greater threat; we’ve seen this before, just a few weeks ago, in Batman Vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice.

Results: It’ll probably be a decent, albeit mindless, popcorn flick. Just remember, the proceeds are going to prop up a comic book division promoting miscegenation and gender fluidity.

Alternative: Instead of viewing redundant fictional superhero movies, checkout the 1964 epic Zulu. The 24th Regiment of Foot (or The 2nd Warwickshire) were real heroes.

June

Teenage Mutant Nigger Turtles: Out of the Shadows

Theme: CGI Boondoggle and Ruination of Childhood Memories.

Summary: Our annoying dindu turtles are back for another humdrum adventure with an almost unrecognizable (too much surgery) Megan Fox. It’s really not too surprising that the turtles sound and, actually, have dindu mannerisms—the film is directed by (((David Green))) and was written by (((Josh Appelbaum))) and (((Andre Nemec))). Instead of Raphael, Leonardo, Michelangelo and Donatello, they should have renamed the heroes something more appropriate, say like, DeShawn, Tyrone, Xavier and Andre.

Results: This will underperform and I am optimistic that it performs poorly enough that it ends the Teenage Mutant Nigger Turtles franchise—finally.

Alternative: Honestly, I’d watch the 1990 original rather than this disappointment.

July

Ghostbusters

Theme: Feminist Fantasy, CGI Boondoggle and Ruination of Childhood Memories.

Summary: Director (((Paul Feig))) ruins a novel and funny franchise by gender swapping all of the original characters. I’ve watched the unimpressive trailer, which was neither funny nor scary – something the original was able to incorporate. This film looks bad, really bad – like The Adventures of Pluto Nash bad.

Results: I’m expecting this to be the flop of the summer, as many normies have already been scoffing at this film for some time. Let’s cross our fingers that Feig’s career is ruined and he can stop forcing unfunny female comedians on the viewing public.

Alternative: The original is excellent and even the sequel is fairly entertaining too – particularly with the fashy Vigo “Scourge of Carpathia," but also known as, the “Sorrow of Moldavia,” “Vigo the Cruel," "Vigo the Torturer," "Vigo the Despised" and "Vigo the Unholy."

August

Suicide Squad

Theme: Fanboy Sperg-Out with any meaningful message overanalyzed, when in all reality, this is just a superhero (villain) movie. In addition, add some Feminist Fantasy and Magic Negro seasoning.

Summary: The world’s most beautiful nigger lover, Margot Robbie (trigger warning), and rumored homosexual, Will Smith, along with a host of diverse degenerate villains battle some unknown “more villainous” threat. The Suicide Squad is handled by the highly competent and ruthless female dindu shadow government official, Amanda Waller – talk about fantasy.

Results: Like most superhero films, they’re rarely a complete disappointment. Jared Leto’s Joker may sink the film, even if the role is a minor part. Regardless, beta fanboys will be drooling over this film for weeks.

Alternative: I recommend the classic 1939 brother/French Foreign Legion film, Beau Geste—honor, sacrifice, brotherhood and Viking lore all wrapped up in one great and tragic film.

September

Deepwater Horizon

Theme: The Three D’s—Dramatic Disaster Drama.

Summary: This is set on the offshore drilling rig Deepwater Horizon, which exploded during April 2010 and created the worst oil spill in U.S. history—somehow President High Yeller received zero blame for the disaster, while W was roasted for “literally creating a hurricane” a few years earlier in the same region.

This is directed by (((Peter Berg)))—who, believe it or not, has produced some terrific films, including Friday Night Lights and Lone Survivor, so this film has the potential to be decent. It also stars Mark Wahlberg and Snake Plissken himself, Kurt Russell, so it can’t be but so bad.

Results: This is somewhat of a toss-up, it could be a sleeper hit or an underperforming snoozer.

Alternative: If word of mouth spreads that this is not a good film, I recommend Escape from New York, Tombstone and The Thing.

October

The Birth of a Nation

Theme: Atomic Levels of Magic Negro, plus All-Things Southern Hate.

Summary: Psychotic slave, Nat Turner, leads an extremely violent and murderous slave rebellion, killing and raping white men, women and children. As dindus are wont to do, most of the victims were helpless and attacked while sleeping in their beds. Once confronted by armed and awake white men, their rebellion is promptly crushed. Turner’s body is flayed and quartered and he was decapitated (they may not show that part—but, expect a heroic William Wallace-type defiant message at the end).

Even in the Current Year, it’s fairly shocking that Hollywood is attempting to make Nat Turner into a “muh freedom fighter,” considering Charles Mason is more of a sympathetic character.

Results: This film is already generating a lot of heat from the Marxist Media and, with Selma being snubbed at the Oscars, expect a big ‘ole helpin’ of white liberal guilt to get this in the Oscar race.

Alternative: If any TRS member watches this film, you deserve to be flogged. An appropriate alternative is D.W. Griffith’s 1915 truthful and innovative The Birth of a Nation.

November

Doctor Strange

Theme: Fanboy (and girl!) Sperg-Out with any meaningful message overanalyzed, when in all reality, this is just a superhero movie that rips off a lot from Inception.

Summary: Faggot extraordinaire and effeminate limey, Benedict Cumberbatch, plays Dr. Strange, a surgeon turned sorcerer in yet another Marvel superhero film. Tilda Swinton, who looks more mannish and could be a David Bowie double, plays a Morpheus-type mentor and British Magic Negro, Chiwetel Ejiofor (yeah, no one knows how to pronounce that name) will play Baron Mordo, a traditionally white villain.

Results: I hate all things Cumberbatch – from playing a homosexual mathematician who “single handedly” defeated the Third Reich in the grossly overrated The Imitation Game to the repulsive BBC show Sherlock. I hope this film fails, but it probably won’t since normies and hipster SWPLs worship Cumberbatch, even after he and JJ Abrams butchered the character Khan Noonien Singh.

Alternative: Watch a real magic show—Christopher Nolan’s superb 2006 film The Prestige.

December

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story

Theme: The granddaddy of them all—Feminist Fantasy, plus Unisex Sperg-Out, CGI Boondoggle and Ruination of Childhood Memories. Finally, Team Diversity gets to defeat the white male Empire for the Sixth Millionth time.

Summary: Disney continues to shit on George Lucas’ (admittedly tarnished) dream, with a prequel to Star Wars: A New Hope. Apparently, another Mary Sue character, played by Felicity Jones, and a diverse team of motley and thoroughly diverse heroes, steal the plans to…you guessed it, the Death Star. Who writes this—fan fiction is deeper and more innovative? Oh, go figure - (((Chris Weitz))) who’s’ grandparents fled Nazi Germany because they were (((successful))) textile merchants. The other writer is Gary Whitta, you be the judge, but who hires the guy that penned the phenomenally bad After Earth?

Star Wars: The Force Awakens didn’t settle well for some normies, who actually saw the PC culture, plot holes, bad acting and repetitive storyline, so with any luck, this may take some steam out of the franchise. It deserves to die.

Results: Even though redpilled folks and normies hated (or, were at least disappointed in) the last film, this will still be a major hit. For this radically changed franchise, you will never find a more wretched hive of scum and villainy—move along.

Alternative: The good guys win, watch Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back.

So, this is what we get to look forward to throughout the year. In the Current Year, the pozz continues to grow, so check out the alternative recommendations.

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