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  1. Slambros

    SUR(V)IVOR: Episode 2 - Here We Glow Again

    @MovieGuyKyle17 Thank you for playing man! It's a shame to have a team member go so soon but we'll do our best to carry the torch!
  2. Slambros

    SUR(V)IVOR: Episode 2 - Here We Glow Again

    ...Well, I looked at the Tuesday numbers... ...I don't think I did so well...
  3. Well, you're definitely approaching the topic with rational thought. I absolutely agree that the flaws of the Republican party definitely need to be addressed. There may be a left wing and there may be a right wing, but they're part of the same bird, right? We need to help each other and solve problems together as a nation. It's just a shame that the two parties keep pointing fingers, when they are two pieces of the same jigsaw puzzle. being able to shop without being refused service I agree with that; they should be able to shop without being refused service. Of course, Jack Phillips, the Christian baker in that one case, should have the right to do what he did (as a Muslim baker should as well), but that doesn't mean LGBT shouldn't be able to buy or sell. That's another example of the middle ground. We need that middle ground. America needs that middle ground. That doesn't mean dismissing the left, and that doesn't mean dismissing the right, because Americans of all colors are capable of having valid points. You're right about the film being in the wrong for comparing Trump to Lincoln to be honest.
  4. That's why need precautions, why we need checks and balances. It's a harsh reality that people with sour intentions getting their hands on guns. But that shouldn't mean innocent people shouldn't have one if they want one. This is why I'm a moderate conservative rather than a full-blown one. Guns can save lives, such as the lives of those children. But yes, you're absolutely right in saying we need to take precautions. That's common sense.
  5. That's one of the points. America's current constitution, America's current bill of rights, allows the situation to favor the mother and the children. I'll break it down. - The woman has the right to own the gun for self-defense situations such as this, as long as she got it legally. - Being a woman does not detract from her right to own the gun. - Being a minority does not detract from her right to own the gun. This is a situation that makes me say 'God bless America'. This is a situation that makes me happy to live in a country like this, where freedom is taken seriously, where potential crime against the innocent is limited by the rights we have.
  6. I've been thinking heavily about how I should respond to this, and my idea is to show you this recent news segment; it explains a lot about my personal viewpoint.
  7. Slambros

    SUR(V)IVOR: Episode 2 - Here We Glow Again

    *slowly raises hand*
  8. Thank you for sharing this with me; the reason for the KKK's flip was kind of unknown to me before. It's a shame that they feel the need to unofficially align themselves with a political party at all; I don't want a group like that to be associated with a political party that wants America to continue to be a country that grounds itself in freedom.
  9. I'm going to bet Birth of a Nation. If it were as racist as that one, D'Souza wouldn't be allowed to make the film in the first place. And besides, when brushing aside the KKK idiots that flipped from the Democrat party to the Republican party way back in the day for some weird reason, most republicans are only applying facts and harsh realities to their outlooks as they strive for the liberation of all Americans from victimization, no matter their race or gender. This film may not be a quality film, but it very likely won't be as racist as some think (and I'm saying this as someone who has not watched the trailer yet).
  10. 91% on Rotten Tomatoes. I'm not sure what I expected out of this film, but I definitely didn't expect that. Hopefully, this is a hit for everyone involved, and for its Romantic Comedy genre. Let's get that genre up and running again!
  11. http://www.boxofficemojo.com/schedule/?view=&release=&date=2018-11-02&showweeks=5&p=.htm In an interesting turn of events, Orion Pictures has shifted the zombie Christmas musical, Anna and the Apocalypse, up one week to November 30th, 2018, according to Box Office Mojo. The film is still listed as limited release, but the release date change is fishy to me... I think the distributor might treat this the way they treated the teen romantic comedy Every Day earlier this year and give this some sort of semi-wide release during the timeframe. Such a move definitely shows that Orion is doing everything in their power to get this film a respectable gross.
  12. http://www.boxofficemojo.com/schedule/?view=&release=&date=2018-09-07&showweeks=4&p=.htm According to Box Office Mojo, God Bless The Broken Road is now releasing on September 7th instead of September 21st. The news comes a week or two after Unbroken: Path to Redemption's shift from October 6th to September 14th; in other words, God Bless The Broken Road is no longer releasing one week after Unbroken: Path to Redemption, but is now releasing one week before Unbroken: Path to Redemption. This is a very intriguing development... just what is Freestyle Releasing doing?
  13. I'm pretty sure I'm the only one on the forum that would want to take one for the team in this regard.
  14. As for me, I don't really know what to think. I definitely think there's too many other movies that are catching my eye in this summer season for me to watch this one in theaters.
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