Star Wars' Lando Calrissian is now officially attracted to women, men, and droids
The Star Wars character Lando Calrissian, who started his existence as a token minority in The Empire Strikes Back when people complained to George Lucas about the lack of black people in Star Wars, has now become a minority of a different kind: a pansexual. That means he's attracted to every kind of man, women, and object in the known universe.
Would "Black Panther" have a 100% Rotten Tomatoes score if it were "White Panther"?
The liberal media is going ga-ga over the upcoming superhero movie "Black Panther". What makes Black Panther different from other Marvel films is that the protagonist, as well as most of the cast, are black, and Africa is portrayed as a super technologically advanced continent filled with spaceships. As of this writing the film has a 100% rating on Rotten Tomatoes. What are the odds of every single film reviewer agreeing on this film... or any film?
Do you pity an actor who needs 15 mansions to be happy?
Actor Nicolas Cage is in the news. Cage, formerly worth $150 million dollars, is in debt to the IRS because he blew his money on 15 mansions around the world.
Star Trek takes PC to new extremes, even for Hollywood
For those of you (most of you) who haven't been watching the new Star Trek series, Star Trek Discovery, you're missing out on a entirely new level of political correctness. The show features a black woman protagonist named Michael, her boyfriend, a Klingon disguised as a Muslim-Arab security officer, an obese female cadet who is a genius in all areas of science, and a gay couple, one of whom is black and possibly also Hispanic.
If liberals created Santa Claus today, what would she be like?
Have you ever wondered what the story of Santa Claus would be like if it were written today?
Why can't Hollywood make female films without bastardizing male characters?
By now you've probably heard about the upcoming "Ocean's 8"--and it's starring all girls, playing thieves! How hysterical is that?
"The Last Jedi" micturates on Han, Luke, Leia, classic Star Wars
You know there is a strong divergence of opinion when "professional" movie reviewers almost universally praise the latest Star Wars movie, "The Last Jedi", while ordinary reviewers give the film about a 5 out of 10 rating, which is to say, not very good.
Will you rush to the theaters to see a 76 year old Indiana Jones?
It has just been announced that the fifth (as yet untitled) Indiana Jones film will be released in 2020. If it films in 2019, Harrison Ford, who is expected to star in it, will be 76 years old. In his last outing in 2008, in Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, Ford was "only" 65 years old but still looked embarrassing as an action hero, with pants riding really high above his waist.
NEA taxpayer dollars helps artists feel good about themselves
The Washington Post tried to create what it thought was a clever agit/prop video in favor of the National Endowment for the Arts. Rather than showing NEA funding in big cities, the video explored funding largely in rural, conservative Indiana, represented by Republican congressmen. The hope was to whip up support among Republicans to save the NEA.
Emmys under fire for limiting award categories to men and women
The Emmys are being criticized for limiting nominations to actors and actresses. In fact, if you go back in history and look at past recipients of awards, 100% have been either men or women. Obviously, there is a pattern of ingrained gender discrimination going on here. And one actress, or actor, or something in between, is calling them out on it.
No, girls should NOT be allowed to wear yoga pants on airplanes
A leftist woman who is passionate about denying American citizens their second amendment rights was outraged when she saw United Airlines refuse to let two young girls board a flight wearing skin tight "leggings" or yoga pants until they put on something to cover up. Sites like the Huffington Post milked the outrage, saying that a double standard applied because men were allowed to board wearing shorts, and leftist men immediately tweated that they would be quick to fly United in yoga pants to show their solidarity. (I have decided to stop flying on airplanes effective immediately.)
Men in Third World calling phone numbers at random in search of love (sex)
Technology has certainly changed the Third World. In countries like India and Morocco where cellphones are widely available for the first time, men are dialing random phone numbers and, when they hear a woman's voice at the other end, they immediately engage in sexy talk to try and get them interested.
Liberals say King Kong=black people
With a new King Kong movie coming out, a whole segment on NPR was devoted to proving that the fictional King Kong monster is actually a commentary on black people. The show interviewed Robin Means Coleman, a professor of Afroamerican studies at the University of Michigan who specializes in studying King Kong.
New "Alien" movie features gay couple repopulating planet
If you're a fan of the "Aliens" movies, which of the following do you recognize as being in the contemporary standard formula of "Aliens" films?
What movie scene did President Trump's press conference remind you of?
President Trump had an extraordinary press conference yesterday where he scattered the liberal media like bowling pins.
Ivanka Trump vs Michelle Obama on Magazine Covers
We have a new first lady in town. And no I don't mean Melania Trump. It's clear that Ivanka Trump has become the de facto first lady, for publicity purposes. And we all know that a major role for first ladies is to grace the cover of magazines. Michelle Obama appeared on so many of them, that some people rushed to their ophthalmologist's office with eye strain. But Ivanka has already appeared on her share of covers too. So the important question arises, who is more charismatic in print?
The vastly overrated Mary Tyler Moore Show
I was surprised listening to the Mark Levin show to hear Mark get emotional about the death of Mary Tyler Moore and the show of the same name.
No one in the new Star Wars film looks like me
At a big Star Wars fan I was very excited to learn about the upcoming film, Rogue One. It's a war film, involving the exciting mission to steal the plans to the Death Star (the first Death Star, not the second or the third one.)
Feminists complain Wonder Woman's costume too revealing
The United Nations has made the fictional character Wonder Woman an "honorary ambassador" for the "empowerment of women and girls." The United Nations must believe that women, by virtue of being women, are subservient and obedient and need liberating. Do you think this is going to be a campaign aimed at Muslim countries?
New Star Trek series to feature woman lead, homosexual assistant
The new Star Trek series is featuring a female lead and an officer who enjoys anal sex.
New Hijab wearing muppet "empowers women"
In a classic example of 1984-style opposite common sense thinking, Sesame Street is introducing a Hijab wearing muppet which is said to "empower women." That is opposite reality because the hijab is a symbol of servitude and second class citizenship for Muslim women.
Do you really want to see a 75 year old Indiana Jones?
They are making a fifth Indiana Jones movie. Starring Harrison Old.
J.J.Abrams promises racial quotas in casting calls
J.J. Abrams, the man who artistically raped Star Trek and then Star Wars, has an exciting announcement to make about diversity in Hollywood:
Why doesn't the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit edition feature old or ugly women?
Sports Illustrated is being hailed for putting a fat woman on its cover. The model, Ashley Graham, is leaning forward and her boobs are so large they are practically scraping the ground. Not a very healthy look.
The publication date of the last Game of Thrones book has been released
Fans of the Game of Thrones books (also called "A Song of Ice and Fire") have been waiting a long time for the sixth of seven books in story, especially since the HBO series of the same name has now caught up to the last book. Author George RR Martin, who previously churned out books at a rate of one every two years, started taking a longer and longer to write his books. His first three books in the series, A Game of Thrones, Clash of Kings, and a Storm of Swords, were each published within two years of each other.
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