UPDATE III: Meryl Creep’s ‘Craft’ (Access Hollywood)


“I gotta thank everybody in England that let me come and trample over their history,’ crowed the pretentious over-actor, Meryl Creep, during the Golden Globes Award ceremony, where Creep was rewarded for a role in trashing The Iron Lady.

The silly bitch, doyenne of American cinema, needed everybody to know that, noble character that she is, she, Meryl, still managed to play (the much-greater) Margaret Thatcher, despite hating the prime minister’s politics—and guts.

So has Hollywood been elevated in the zeitgeist that it can take time off from narrating, entertaining, and telling stories—as it once did—to “educate,” preach, propagandize, and rub our noses in this royal muck.

The deeply stupid inhabitants of Hollywood have been imbued with magical qualities, so much so that they can ditch their jobs as entertainers and devote their lives to trying to improve the plebs who lap their crap up.

But the evidence is in. Activism has now replaced acting, and sermons have supplanted stories. I don’t know about you, but given my own intelligence, I refuse to be lectured by “tards.” Unless these cerebrally compromised egotists can promise me a GOOD STORY sans politics—I do not patronize their “art.”

What will it take for clear-thinking people to quit enriching Hollywood “tards”?

The tarts and “tards” of Hollywood should be made to understand, through their pocketbooks, that they are nothing but public entertainers; glorified circus animals, show critters. Amuse us–if anything, make us think less about our daily political reality—or f-ck off.

Will YOU carry through?

UPDATE I: “… her philo–Semitism, always the mark of excellence in a Gentile,” writes Julie Burchill, in the essay, “Slimeballs always hate a strong woman.”

UPDATE II (July 17): Kids, kids, Hollywood was once great when its men and women reflected the multifaceted soul of America, RIP. Now Hollywood is simply a monolithic, left-liberal automaton, marching in thematic unison. Again and again we see the same theme, the same preachy worldview, the same giant digit wagging above at the captive audience. And the scripts: impoverished and ignorant.

Please, people, give credit where it was once due.

“A Christmas Story,”

And boy, could the joyless A. Jolie learn a thing or two about acting from the many great performances of her dad Jon Voight. The Odessa File, for one.

Don’t forget the few good TV series, such as Lights Out, Justified, Mad Men, etc.


Everyone knows President Barack Obama likes a celebrity fix – just ask Johnny Depp.
And today, just a day after pictures emerged of his extravagant 2009 Halloween party at the White House, the most powerful man in America was enjoying more VIP company.
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie brought some Hollywood star power to Washington D.C. as they stopped by for a chat with the chief executive at the Oval Office.

Bush was no different.That war criminal was as tight as thieves with Bono.

10 thoughts on “UPDATE III: Meryl Creep’s ‘Craft’ (Access Hollywood)

  1. Rebel Without a Clause

    Good idea, stop giving the Hollywood crowd money. On another front, it looks like SIPA/SOPA, Hollywood stooge politicians’ effort to censor the net on behalf of their owners, has hit the wall for the time being. Minor victory for the forces of Freedom. Ilana et al.

  2. My RON-PAUL i

    I have not been to a movie since 1993 and I doubt I have missed very much – I am sure that had I gone once/month since, I would have seen maybe 3 good ones and 200 bad ones…

    Maggie – the only Prime Minister since Churchill with any ba**s! Still, like Reagan, she negotiated (often tough) with enemies and didn’t go completely reckless like Dubya and Obama have on foreign policy.

    By the way, until I mercifully fell asleep, I had to listen to the non-Paul “machomen” endorse the President taking out anyone he wishes in any foreign country without due process. By that standard, King Abdullah could send a drone to wipe out any critic of Islam in America or Jacob Zuma could send a drone to wipe out anyone found with a copy of “Into the Cannubal’s Pot”

  3. RJ

    “What will it take for clear-thinking people to quit enriching Hollywood “tards”?”

    Stop paying to see them, make use of internet piracy and file sharing, it becomes far more bearable when the joke is on them.

  4. james huggins

    “Tarts and tards of Hollywood”. Well said. I am pro Brit as far as their fascinating history is concerned but their arrogance and politics leave much to be desired. Ms Thatcher was a notable exception. I always admired her and considered her a great friend to the US.

  5. Robert Glisson

    “trample over their history” So right! My standard reply to any movie comment is- You do know that the movies never get it right, don’t you.” and that’s not a question. I don’t pay much attention to media for that reason. Actors get paid to read lines written by other people, why should one of their public announcements be any different? They’ve already proven they don’t have the capability of original thought by their ability to mimic. I read the comments sections of so called news articles and I find the audience no wiser than the writer or spokesperson so it’s a good match; unfortunately.

  6. Redman

    Stuart Varney of Fox Business Channel had already warned us of the very poor likeness Ms. Streep gave us of the Iron Lady; to be forewarned is to be forearmed:
    ‘nough said!

  7. George Pal

    Haven’t been in a movie theater in nearly 30 years and contemporary American movies, for the most part featuring comic book superheroes and propaganda, are of no interest. Yet not all is lost especially if you don’t mind subtitles – recently saw these and all were a treat.

    Drama from Italy Julia Doesn’t Date At Night
    Inspiration from China Together
    Amusement from France <Mon Mellior Ami (My Best Friend)

  8. sunny black

    Meryl Creep gets overpraised for mimicking the idiosyncrasies of others. An overbearing nun [I thought she did quite well in this role], a rural housewife, a Type A fashionista, a sanctimonious journalist, a cruel bureaucrat and now Thatcher. What critics fawn over is the attempt to appear like something authentic.

    I stopped going to movie theaters and renting movies 6-7 years ago. I also canceled HBO after the conclusion of The Wire.

    But perhaps it’s better for leftists to out themselves. For celebrities to reveal how out of touch they are. How little they know.

    Mrs. Mercer, you’ll just have to get your stories from books from now on.

  9. John Danforth

    Well I must confess, I have gone to the theater once in the last ten years. To see Atlas Shrugged.

  10. Nebojsa Malic

    If you want proof of Hollywood’s heavy-handed propaganda, look no further than Jolie’s directorial debut, indeed. A “dreary slog” the critics dubbed it, and the (sparse) audiences aren’t impressed either.

    When it comes to the aforementioned Thatcher biopic, Steve Sailer makes an interesting observation : “While a political nullity, The Iron Lady is a first-rate women’s picture, a poignant depiction of a happy marriage, a sad widowhood, and the frustrations of eldercare.”

    Imagine if the screenplay actually dealt with affairs of the state. Streep wouldn’t have gone anywhere near it, I’d wager.

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