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Videos, Movies, and TV shows • Re: Stephen King movies

November 30, 2017 ArnoldBeck 0

I’m fond of Stephen King’s books sicnce childhood. This is my favorive author. I’ve read almost all his works and wached movies. But I love not all film versions… Anyway I’m still fan of it, and I guess will be a long time Statistics: Posted by Arno…

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Videos, Movies, and TV shows • Re: Detroit – the movie

August 20, 2017 Illini Warrior 0

it’s not by Spike Lee and blaming the white man – it’s a nooooo sell to the black kids …..

believe me – been said and heard many times – next rioting won’t be in “our neighborhoods” and the fires won’t be burning down our homes and stores …. biggest threat going for almost any SHTF these days ….

Statistics: Posted by Illini Warrior — Sun Aug 20, 2017 4:41 pm


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Videos, Movies, and TV shows • Re: Detroit – the movie

August 20, 2017 Blondie 0

If this was Summer of ’67, wasn’t just The D that got lit up. Add Cleveland and Watts (LA) to that list.

I took a college class where the professor said there was a thought in these communities that if you set your own neighborhood on fire, HUD would come in and build you a brand new one. Didn’t happen. Most cities bulldozed the rubble and built parking lots.

If you poor, where you gonna go? These were the days before food stamps, Section 8, payday loans, VA disability, SSI.

Even Medicare didn’t come along ’till ’68.

Statistics: Posted by Blondie — Sun Aug 20, 2017 2:51 pm


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Videos, Movies, and TV shows • Re: Detroit – the movie

August 20, 2017 Blondie 0

If this was Summer of ’67, wasn’t just The D that got lit up. Add Cleveland and Watts (LA) to that list.

I took a college class where the professor said there was a thought in these communities that if you set your own neighborhood on fire, HUD would come in and build you a brand new one. Didn’t happen. Most cities bulldozed the rubble and built parking lots.

If you poor, where you gonna go? These were the days before food stamps, Section 8, payday loans, VA disability, SSI.

Even Medicare didn’t come along ’till ’68.

Statistics: Posted by Blondie — Sun Aug 20, 2017 2:51 pm


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Videos, Movies, and TV shows • Detroit – the movie

August 20, 2017 3ADScout 0

Wife and I went to see this, I think the directors/producers did a great job trying to present each side of the story. Was not one sided, in my opinion. It did portray some LEO, National guard as bad but certainly not all. Same with the African Americans. The movie used actual news footage and reports too.

Some thoughts that came to mind while watching-

1. Why the heck did these people stay in an area where rioting was happening- nothing God was going to happen- as demonstrated by the movie- don’t want to blame the victims but at the same time treating the situation as a potential life endangering incident and leaving the area verses going to party might have been a better course of action.

2. If rioting breaks out you better have the gas, guns/ammo, food, etc that you need since the governor restrict the sale of many items during the rioting. All stores were targets of looting (some black shop owners where spraying “Soul Brother” on their stores in the hopes that the rioters didn’t target their stores.

3. Even if you don’t participate in the riot you can still get caught up in it regardless of which “side” you are on.

4. I kept thinking is this film going to increase the potential for violence give the current protesting/rioting that is taking place? At some points the movie, in my opinion, sort of provided “hints” to future rioters like “don’t burn your own neighborhood”.

We went on early on Friday afternoon and besides the wife and I there was only one elderly black gentleman watching it. How sad since I think it had a good history lesson of all people.

Definately worth seeing.

Statistics: Posted by 3ADScout — Sun Aug 20, 2017 2:26 pm


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Videos, Movies, and TV shows • Detroit – the movie

August 20, 2017 3ADScout 0

Wife and I went to see this, I think the directors/producers did a great job trying to present each side of the story. Was not one sided, in my opinion. It did portray some LEO, National guard as bad but certainly not all. Same with the African Americans. The movie used actual news footage and reports too.

Some thoughts that came to mind while watching-

1. Why the heck did these people stay in an area where rioting was happening- nothing God was going to happen- as demonstrated by the movie- don’t want to blame the victims but at the same time treating the situation as a potential life endangering incident and leaving the area verses going to party might have been a better course of action.

2. If rioting breaks out you better have the gas, guns/ammo, food, etc that you need since the governor restrict the sale of many items during the rioting. All stores were targets of looting (some black shop owners where spraying “Soul Brother” on their stores in the hopes that the rioters didn’t target their stores.

3. Even if you don’t participate in the riot you can still get caught up in it regardless of which “side” you are on.

4. I kept thinking is this film going to increase the potential for violence give the current protesting/rioting that is taking place? At some points the movie, in my opinion, sort of provided “hints” to future rioters like “don’t burn your own neighborhood”.

We went on early on Friday afternoon and besides the wife and I there was only one elderly black gentleman watching it. How sad since I think it had a good history lesson of all people.

Definately worth seeing.

Statistics: Posted by 3ADScout — Sun Aug 20, 2017 2:26 pm


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Videos, Movies, and TV shows • Detroit – the movie

August 20, 2017 3ADScout 0

Wife and I went to see this, I think the directors/producers did a great job trying to present each side of the story. Was not one sided, in my opinion. It did portray some LEO, National guard as bad but certainly not all. Same with the African Americans. The movie used actual news footage and reports too.

Some thoughts that came to mind while watching-

1. Why the heck did these people stay in an area where rioting was happening- nothing Good was going to happen- as demonstrated by the movie- don’t want to blame the victims but at the same time treating the situation as a potential life endangering incident and leaving the area verses going to party might have been a better course of action.

2. If rioting breaks out you better have the gas, guns/ammo, food, etc that you need since the governor restricted the sale of many items during the rioting. All stores were targets of looting (some black shop owners where spraying “Soul Brother” on their stores in the hopes that the rioters didn’t target their stores.

3. Even if you don’t participate in the riot you can still get caught up in it regardless of which “side” you are on.

4. I kept thinking is this film going to increase the potential for violence given the current protesting/rioting that is taking place? At some points the movie, in my opinion, sort of provided “hints” to future rioters like “don’t burn your own neighborhood”.

We went early on Friday afternoon and besides the wife and I there was only one elderly black gentleman watching it. How sad since I think it had a good history lesson of all people.

Definately worth seeing.

Statistics: Posted by 3ADScout — Sun Aug 20, 2017 2:19 pm


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Videos, Movies, and TV shows • Detroit – the movie

August 20, 2017 3ADScout 0

Wife and I went to see this, I think the directors/producers did a great job trying to present each side of the story. Was not one sided, in my opinion. It did portray some LEO, National guard as bad but certainly not all. Same with the African Americans. The movie used actual news footage and reports too.

Some thoughts that came to mind while watching-

1. Why the heck did these people stay in an area where rioting was happening- nothing Good was going to happen- as demonstrated by the movie- don’t want to blame the victims but at the same time treating the situation as a potential life endangering incident and leaving the area verses going to party might have been a better course of action.

2. If rioting breaks out you better have the gas, guns/ammo, food, etc that you need since the governor restricted the sale of many items during the rioting. All stores were targets of looting (some black shop owners where spraying “Soul Brother” on their stores in the hopes that the rioters didn’t target their stores.

3. Even if you don’t participate in the riot you can still get caught up in it regardless of which “side” you are on.

4. I kept thinking is this film going to increase the potential for violence given the current protesting/rioting that is taking place? At some points the movie, in my opinion, sort of provided “hints” to future rioters like “don’t burn your own neighborhood”.

We went early on Friday afternoon and besides the wife and I there was only one elderly black gentleman watching it. How sad since I think it had a good history lesson of all people.

Definately worth seeing.

Statistics: Posted by 3ADScout — Sun Aug 20, 2017 2:19 pm


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Videos, Movies, and TV shows • Most spectating Movie Logos of All Time

August 16, 2017 sarahemi 0

How many movies we may have watched till now, yes we cannot count them in numbers maybe they are in between thousands. Almost 10% of these movies are kept remember in our memories but some of them are always identified by their unique posters and Logos. So here are some of those which have the Best Logo designs you will surely remember.

1. Jurassic Park (Franchise)
Its logo always acts like a nightmare, especially for children. The 90’s kids still can feel the horrible sight of Jurassic park’s logo.

2. Star Wars (Franchise)
Also very famous in games and fashion industry. the star wars are probably the longest movies franchise in the Hollywood with the most number of successful movies in the history.

3. James Bond (Series)
Either you are watching Pierce Bronson, Daniel Craig, or Sean Connery, as James Bond, the historic Logo remains the same in all movies. Why, just because of its impact on the youth and fans of 007.

Statistics: Posted by sarahemi — Wed Aug 16, 2017 2:44 am


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Videos, Movies, and TV shows • Re: Video Games for Preppers

July 21, 2017 NJMike 0

This is an interesting topic.

I haven’t played computer games in a long while. I was always more of a tabletop board and miniatures gaming person because I favored the social interactions and crafting. Back then most people didn’t have the internet linked gaming that can be social as well. My GF’s kids play a bunch of first person shooters. I watched one of the games being played. Looked pretty good. It was Tom Clancy’s The Division.

In the future though, would prefer to get the kids out to the range. Have to make time for that myself.

Statistics: Posted by NJMike — Fri Jul 21, 2017 10:38 am


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Videos, Movies, and TV shows • Re: Video Games for Preppers

July 21, 2017 NJMike 0

This is an interesting topic.

I haven’t played computer games in a long while. I was always more of a tabletop board and miniatures gaming person because I favored the social interactions and crafting. Back then most people didn’t have the internet linked gaming that can be social as well. My GF’s kids play a bunch of first person shooters. I watched one of the games being played. Looked pretty good. It was Tom Clancy’s The Division.

In the future though, would prefer to get the kids out to the range. Have to make time for that myself.

Statistics: Posted by NJMike — Fri Jul 21, 2017 10:38 am


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Videos, Movies, and TV shows • Re: Video Games for Preppers

July 21, 2017 NJMike 0

This is an interesting topic.

I haven’t played computer games in a long while. I was always more of a tabletop board and miniatures gaming person because I favored the social interactions and crafting. Back then most people didn’t have the internet linked gaming that can be social as well. My GF’s kids play a bunch of first person shooters. I watched one of the games being played. Looked pretty good. It was Tom Clancy’s The Division.

In the future though, would prefer to get the kids out to the range. Have to make time for that myself.

Statistics: Posted by NJMike — Fri Jul 21, 2017 10:38 am


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Videos, Movies, and TV shows • Snatched

June 2, 2017 Photon Guy 0

I just saw the movie Snatched and while it was a comedy and it was over the top, it did have some content that might appeal to a prepper or survivalist. A mom and daughter go to Ecuador and get kidnapped and go on all sorts of crazy adventures.

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Videos, Movies, and TV shows • Snatched

June 2, 2017 Photon Guy 0

I just saw the movie Snatched and while it was a comedy and it was over the top, it did have some content that might appeal to a prepper or survivalist. A mom and daughter go to Ecuador and get kidnapped and go on all sorts of crazy adventures.

Statistics: Posted by Photon Guy — Fri Jun 02, 2017 10:01 am