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Why we have every right to boycott celebs for talking trash about Trump and his voters…


Whenever Trump supporters like myself publicly announce that we’re boycotting certain celebrities for talking trash about Trump and his voters, NeverTrump people think we’re crazy for doing that. They’re like, whatever happened to enjoying the entertainment and keeping politics separate? Well geez, that’s kind of funny for them to say since many of them NeverTrump people boycott celebrities for coming out as ProTrump. When we Trump supporters boycott celebs for talking trash about Trump and his voters, the haters will start complaining and rail against us. Funny how that works, right?

Well, we have every right to boycott celebs ’cause we the American people are the ones helping celebs make a living out of what they do. We help pay them money to stay in the entertainment business. For movie stars, we’re the ones buying tickets to see their movies and no doubt most of our money goes to the actors for sure. How do you think they are able to afford these fucking $5 million mansions? They get that money from us. We pay them to see their entertainment. Same thing with music stars… we’re the ones buying their records and going to their concerts. Most Americans pay their hard earned-money for their entertainment. So we have every right to boycott  when celebs misbehave and acts like an idiot. Why pay money for celebs who are so anti-American and looks down upon us all the time? They don’t realize we’re their audience.

The same goes for TV talk show hosts: a lot of them write their own books, come out with their own products, they’re also entrepreneurs, they also have sponsors for their talk shows and we have the right to not support any of that stuff if we don’t want to.

When all they want to do is talk trash about Trump and Americans who voted him, it’s a turn off. Why would I want to spend my money toward people like that? I have boycotted too many celebs like Bruce Springsteen, Stephen King,  Johnny Depp, Madonna and others who are so anti-Trump and anti-American. I’m planning to get rid of CD’s and thinking about selling my entire Stephen King book collection. I could use the extra money and might have a yard sale this summer. A good idea!

It’s funny how NeverTrump people make fun of us for boycotting celebrities & companies that says bad things about Trump. It’s really simple, y’all. If they don’t want to support us, then we won’t support them in return. Fair is fair, right?

As far as celebs go, they really need to take Gene Simmons advice and “shut their pie holes” or else they won’t have a career at all. They don’t realize politics is damaging their careers.


Tired of liberals getting a free pass for saying stupid & offensive shit… when is all this gonna end?

Ya know something? For many years liberals went after conservatives for opposing “gay marriage”, opposing “abortion”, not siding with them on black on white crime, bashing Obama, etc. I can go on with this all day but they think threatening a Republican president with assassination is okay! What’s wrong with that picture? The left’s deep hatred for the “right” is getting way out of control for sure.

The left wants to accuse “conservatives” of being “too extreme” and “offensive” all the time yet liberals can be just as bad. The media gave the Duck Dynasty guys, Phil and Willie Robertson so much hell for opposing gay marriage. I’ll never forgot the way the media treated those guys, yet the media seems to be okay with liberals threatening a Republican president’s life?

I don’t see how conservatives are offensive and too extreme when it’s actually liberals that are offensive and too extreme. I mean, do liberals look at what they write to people before they hit the “post” button? A lot of liberals can really mean and harsh. They can be a lot meaner than conservatives. I’ve gotten a lot of attacks by liberals over the years. Can’t count how many times that I’ve been called a “homophobe”, “racist”, “bigot” or whatever name that FB/Twitter social networking groups have been coming up with these days.

And liberals wonder why they lose elections, right? It’s simply because they’re showing their true colors and we’re not liking it.

About this Johnny Depp thing, I understand that he was just joking but it’s never cool to joke about assassinating a president. It’s never cool to bring up the word “assassination” when talking about a president especially after the Alexandria shooting. Shouldn’t matter whether the president is a Democrat or a Republican. I condemn all threats to the president.

Depp another actor to put on the boycott list. I don’t think I’ll see a movie of his ever again ’cause I used to like him too. Not anymore. Depp maybe quick to apologize but just another one playing innocent victim and noticed how he didn’t apologize to Trump himself either? So with that being said, apology not accepted. His apology will be hard to accept since he’s a woman beater anyways. So fuck him. Time to get rid of his movies I have of his in my DVD collection. I don’t have too many of his films, just a few of them. I won’t bother seeing the new “Pirates” movie either.

Liberals have nasty temper tantrums, no doubt! And they’re getting nastier under Trump.



Film Review: “Black Mass”…

Starring: Johnny Depp, Joel Edgerton, Kevin Bacon, Dakota Johnson, Corey Stoll

Directed by: Scott Cooper

So I decided to hit the mail today to see the Whitey Bulger biopic, “Black Mass” starring Johnny Depp and here is my review.

Plot/Synopsis: John Connolly and James “Whitey” Bulger grew up together on the streets of South Boston. Decades later, in the late 1970s, they would meet again. By then, Connolly was a major figure in the FBI’s Boston office and Whitey had become godfather of the Irish Mob. What happened between them – a dirty deal to trade secrets and take down Boston’s Italian Mafia in the process – would spiral out of control, leading to murders, drug dealing, racketeering indictments, and, ultimately, to Bulger making the FBI’s Ten Most Wanted List.

So far, I think this is one of the best films of this year. Another film I was pretty impressed with. This film seemed pretty accurate on the Whitey Bulger story. Honestly, I never knew who Whitey Bulger was until he was caught and finally arrested back in 2011. It was all over the news so I decided to research the guy to learn more about him. Read some stuff about him on the internet and saw a few documentaries on TV. The Whitey Bulger story is interesting and if you compare Johnny Depp to the real Whitey Bulger, you can see the resemblance. They look almost exactly like each other so Johnny Depp is obviously the perfect choice for the role. Johnny killed it with his acting in this role like he always does but I thought this was Johnny’s best role in a long while.

The rest of the casting was great. Everybody else did a great job in their acting too. Remember Corey Stoll from the first season of “House of Cards”? There was another former TV star who had a role in this movie, Jesse Plemons who is famous for his role in the hit TV show, “Friday Night Lights”. Kevin Bacon rules as always.

The movie was fun and entertaining all the way through. I wasn’t bored one bit. The movie can get pretty violent and gritty at times but that’s what makes the movie works. In real life, Whitey Bulger was a man with a violent temper so the movie had to be that way to show who Whitey was. Whitey didn’t kill people at random, though. He only killed people who talked too much about what he does and who he is ’cause he tries his best to keep his crimes off the public and off the media. That’s how he got away with what he did for so long.

The Whitey Bulger story is interesting though and some of you may or may not know that I have a huge interest in mob stories whether they’re fiction or nonfiction. I love mob movies and mob TV shows. It’s just interesting stuff to me. I try to see all the mob movies as much as I can ’cause I love ’em. I’d say “Black Mass” was one of the best mob movies I’ve seen in over a decade. The writing was really good too plus the musical score? O man… the music score is what made the movie work.

Could this movie land Johnny Depp an Oscar nomination? I don’t know… the Oscars have never been that friendly with violent movies over the years but I think Depp deserves a nomination ’cause that was some damn good acting.

“Black Mass” was absolutely amazing. Definitely check this one out!

Score for “Black Mass” = **** 4 stars as in “excellent”


Johnny Depp finally calls it, he says actors who use their fame to start music careers is pretty sickening and I agree!!!

I’ve always wondered why people stayed so silent on this. Actors who appears to be musicians using the movie industry just to get into the music industry. Johnny Depp finally calls it! This always bothered me too.


There are WWAAAAaaayyyyy too many actors who have used their movie career to get into the music industry. Lets list them all shall we??? We have: Russell Crowe, Jared Leto, Bruce Willis, Steven Seagal, Kevin Bacon, Billy Bob Thornton, Kevin Costner, Jeff Bridges, Ryan Gosling, William Shatner, etc. This list is pretty endless.

I think it’s safe to say that if it weren’t for their movie careers, they would have never gotten record deals.

Before anyone calls Johnny a hypocrite, Johnny is not a full time musician. He has never released albums on his own like all those actors I listed above. He was never in the music business full time. He did play in the band called, The Kids but that was before his fame, I think. They weren’t really a big band anyway.

I’m glad Johnny finally called this out!!! \m/


Saw “The Lone Ranger” last night and here is a brief review…

So I finally saw Disney’s, “The Lone Ranger” last night w/ Armie Hammer and Johnny Depp. I never saw this film in theater ’cause I was skeptical of it. So I waited for DVD rental on it. I rented it through Netflix. I wanted to see the new, “Lone Ranger” flick ’cause I used to be a huge fan of the original TV show when I was a kid. Used to watch the show a lot.

After seeing the film last night… I was very surprised. The film was actually pretty good. Not as bad as the critics made it out to be. The film was watchable and very entertaining all the way through. Told a good story, and acting was good. It was a nice homage/tribute to the Lone Ranger legacy which is the whole point of the film. It was faithful to the Lone Ranger.

My only disappointment is Johnny Depp playing Tonto, the Indian. I don’t agree with Johnny playing an Indian. Tonto should have been played by an Indian actor, not an America. That’s the only part of the movie that didn’t make any sense to me but other than that, the movie was fine. I didn’t get bored watching this one.

The script was good and the action was a blast. This is an introduction to the John Reid and Lone Ranger story. I’m glad Disney made this movie ’cause in today’s generation, not a lot of people know who the Lone Ranger is. That character deserves to get known again. I know the Lone Ranger first made it’s debut on radio back in the 1930’s, though.

This was surprisingly a good film. You should definitely check this one out for sure.


Cool Video: Hi, ho Silver, away!!! The Lone Ranger trailer finally arrives!

And the film looks like garbage too. What a disappointment! Typical Disney and Jerry Bruckheimer. I was hoping the film would be more like the classic TV series, but of course, Hollywood have to make this an action movie with high tech cinematography. This looks like it might be a wait for rental kind of thing for me.

EDIT TO ADD: And having Johnny Depp playing Tonto is pretty offensive, they need an actual Indian to play that character.


Reasons why celebrity marriages/relationships never last too long…

So Johnny Depp recently split with his girlfriend, Vanessa Paradis, and Tom Cruise is divorcing, Katie Holmes. I hate talking about gossip and personal stuff on here, but I gotta get this off my chest. It may seem pretty cool that a famous person is married to another famous person, but things almost always don’t go too well at the end. They end up splitting or divorcing pretty quickly. Why is this you may ask? Well, this is the price of fame & fortune. Both of them, the celebrity man, and woman, are extremely rich people. One person is richer than the other. Not only money could partly be responsible for splits/divorces, but their work load in their careers are a big part of it. Both of them are almost always busy on their films, that they don’t have time to see each other as much as they would like to. More reasons celeb marriages/relationships don’t last too long, is ego could be a huge part of it too. You may think being a celebrity could be easy but it’s not. It’s a tough world and some of these guys don’t even like being famous at all, they work on film or music, ’cause it’s what they do for a living.

It is bullshit on why celebrity splits or divorces have to be huge breaking news though, in this day and age of the media. If a hot celebrity couple is done, the news would be all over it non stop. Pretty crazy. I don’t get it. Even if we don’t like this stuff being shoved in our faces, the media reports this stuff ’cause it helps make them money, get more ratings and more hits on their websites. That’s what bothers me about today’s pop culture. The celebrity obsession, creepy stuff if you ask me.

If you notice on my website when I talk about actors or music stars, I focus on their careers and their work. Not their personal lives. That’s what the entertainment blog is about. I try not to gossip too much. The Katie Holmes and Tom Cruise split is no surprise though. Don’t worry, Tommy will get himself another woman in no time. He’ll get himself a Katie Holmes look alike, the week after.


In honor of Johnny Depp’s birthday today…

As of today, Johnny Depp turns 49. He’s one year away until the big 5-0. Whether you love him or hate him, I’m sure you at least love a few of his movies. We’ve all seen his flicks. He made his film debut in the original, “Nightmare On Elm St.” which Freddy Krueger helped launched him into world wide fame. I also liked him in, “Edward Scissorhands”, “Ed Wood”, “Donnie Brasco”, “Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas”, “From Hell”, the first “Pirates of the Caribbean” movie (I didn’t like the sequels), “Sweeney Todd”, “Public Enemies”, and “Dark Shadows”, were some of the movies, that I liked of his.

I’ve always respected Johnny. Kudos to the man for having such a positive career, and he’s a pretty successful and legendary actor, no matter what you think of him. I think Tim Burton is responsible for making him so famous. Without Tim Burton, there would be no Johnny Depp. I’m not a fan of all of his movies, he had a handful of movies that I never cared for, I only like the good ones, like the ones I listed above.

Happy Birthday to Natalie Portman too.


Film Review: Dark Shadows

Starring: Johnny Depp, Chloe Moretz, Eva Green, Jackie Earl Haley, Johnny Lee Miller, Helena Bonham Carter
Directed by: Tim Burton

Yesterday afternoon, I was going to go to the mall to see, “The Avengers”, but I didn’t, because it was playing a little too late. It wasn’t playing at the time that I wanted to see it at, so I ended up seeing, “Dark Shadows”, instead. I will still see, “The Avengers” ’cause I’ve been dying to see that flick for a long time now. Here is my review for Tim Burton’s “Dark Shadows”…

Plot/synopsis: In the year 1752, Joshua and Naomi Collins, with young son Barnabas, set sail from Liverpool, England to start a new life in America. But even an ocean was not enough to escape the mysterious curse that has plagued their family. Two decades pass and Barnabas (Johnny Depp) has the world at his feet-or at least the town of Collinsport, Maine. The master of Collinwood Manor, Barnabas is rich, powerful and an inveterate playboy…until he makes the grave mistake of breaking the heart of Angelique Bouchard (Eva Green). A witch, in every sense of the word, Angelique dooms him to a fate worse than death: turning him into a vampire, and then burying him alive. Two centuries later, Barnabas is inadvertently freed from his tomb and emerges into the very changed world of 1972. He returns to Collinwood Manor to find that his once-grand estate has fallen into ruin. The dysfunctional remnants of the Collins family have fared little better…

I was skeptical of this movie, but I went and saw it anyway ’cause I am a huge fan of the original TV show with, Jonathan Frid. Like most Tim Burton movies, this was a so & so movie. As in okay. There were some good and bad things about the movie.

The good: the casting, costume design, makeup, movie settings (the Collins house was cool), film locations, cinematography, Danny Elfman’s score, etc. The bad: Script, it turned out to be a popcorn/action adventure instead of a horror soap opera like the TV show, the film played too much of today’s current music, it had bits of comedy in it which the TV show didn’t have.

It was just a typical Tim Burton movie like all the others. His style of film making hasn’t changed. I’m not a big Tim Burton fan anymore like I used to be. The last Tim Burton directed movie, I liked a lot was, “Mars Attacks”, he hasn’t made a good movie since after that. I’ll just keep this review short ’cause there is not much to say about it.

Score for “Dark Shadows” = ** (2 stars as in “Okay”)


When will Johnny Depp ever start a full time music career?

We all know that iconic actor, Johnny Depp, is a musician. He’s a guitar player and singer himself. We see Johnny on and off in the music industry. He mostly focuses on his full time movie career instead.

Will Johnny Depp ever come out with his first album? Maybe even tour? I’m sure he will at some point, but I would think he didn’t start a career in music yet ’cause he just does it for fun. Music is his second passion other than acting.

Maybe when Johnny retires from film, he’ll start a music career then. I’m sure he will release his first solo album someday, just give it time.