Entertainment Reviews
Tue, 12 April 2016

The SPECTRE of the Jesuit World Order

One of the best sources on Jesuit machinations is an incognito Jesuit who masquerades as a “Baptist Calvinist” expert on the “Society of Jesus” and calls himself “Eric Jon Phelps”.  He is the ultimate example of what Cardinal Thomas Wolsey termed “learning against learning”—to infiltrate…
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Entertainment Reviews
Sun, 31 January 2016

Illuminati Symbolism in Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015)

If you’re a regular Johnny fan, you don’t need to be told what I’ve said several times before but, if not, let me summarize—having grown up on comic books today’s big-budget/CGI/top-name cast renditions are films I always have a passionate opinion about.  Having grown up…
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Entertainment Reviews
Tue, 1 December 2015

Exodus: Gods and Kings (2014)

There’s no such thing as a “good Biblical epic” coming from Hollywood these days and you could almost make a case for there having never been one. The Apostle Paul calls Satan “the god of this world” (some translations render II Corinthians 4:4 “the god…
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Entertainment Reviews
Thu, 2 April 2015

Jupiter Ascending (2015): DECODED

Well the Wachowskis have done it again.  They’ve made another movie teaming with insider innuendo. Laurence “Larry” Wachowski (b. 1965) and Andrew Paul “Andy” Wachowski (b. 1967) were raised in the Jesuit Communist community-organizing mecca of Chicago. Chicago was where Jesuit Greg Galluzzo taught Barack…
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Entertainment Reviews
Mon, 30 March 2015

Hercules (2014)

With a few minor exceptions, Hercules 2014 followed such a predictable pattern of old and new hit movies it was almost as if powerful people simply said, “Make something that both glorifies and demystifies the Greek demigod and make sure it’s palatable.” When I think…
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Entertainment Reviews
Wed, 25 March 2015

The November Man (2014)

So there I was on the treadmill again, wading through the latest delivery from my rental service. When Pierce Brosnan was selected to play James Bond through the late 90’s I vowed not to watch a single one (and I haven’t).  I couldn’t believe the…
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Entertainment Reviews
Sun, 22 February 2015

Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit (2014)

The Floor, or groundwork of the Lodge, a chequer-work of black and white squares, denotes the dual quality of everything connected with terrestrial life and the physical groundwork of human nature – the mortal body and its appetites and affections. “The web of our life…
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Entertainment Reviews
Mon, 16 February 2015

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2014)

Michael Bay is making a lot of money off of taking childhood toys and comics of the 80’s and 90’s and using Megan Fox to turn them into mindless sex-driven tripe. He nearly destroyed the first two Transformers movies with the full-figured talentless sex star.…
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Entertainment Reviews
Fri, 22 August 2014

Noah (2014)

After all of the hype has died down, I finally took the plunge and rented the Darren Aronofsky film Noah (2014). The reality of the work lies somewhere in between the Christian pastor rubes who were sucked in to endorsing the film and the shrill…
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Entertainment Reviews
Wed, 16 July 2014

RoboCop (2014)

The vast majority of pap that comes from Hollywood ... Helliwood ... Commiewood is either poison, banality or foolishness. Occasionally, it can be inspiring with minimal cancerous messages being sent to you and once in a great while a movie can be downright thrilling as…
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Entertainment Reviews
Sun, 20 October 2013

The Veteran (2011)

Rob Miller is a British soldier who has spent time in Iraq and Afghanistan. He is a well-trained paratrooper who has killed “hundreds” in-theater. A tragedy caused him to finally call it quits, but when he returns home to London, he finds that the war…
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Entertainment Reviews
Wed, 2 October 2013

The Druids of Darwin

Everyone believes in something. There is no such thing as a “purely objective scientist” or a “purely secular public figure”. Everyone has a bias, a slant or a world-view and most everyone promotes that world view with guile and subterfuge rather than honestly stating their…
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Entertainment Reviews
Mon, 12 March 2012

X-Men: First Class (2011)

When X-Men: First Class came to me in the mail as a rental I had forgotten I put it in my queue. I have to admit I was annoyed. I use my rentals to help me get through trudging on the treadmill and the higher…
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Entertainment Reviews
Sat, 3 September 2011

V for Vendetta (2005)

When this movie first came out, I had no desire to see it. I thought the main hero-character looked stupid (after seeing the movie, I still feel that way) and seeing Natalie Portman with a Sinead O’Connor hair-style, I fully expected her to be his…
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Entertainment Reviews
Sun, 27 February 2011

The Book of Eli (2010)

In today’s rabidly anti-Christian Hollywood, this apocalyptic action/drama is sacrilege. Is it a rated R version of a Cecil B. DeMille film? No. Ben Hur with blood, it is not. But, taken in its entirety, it could be considered extraordinarily brave for a full-budget film…
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