Tuesday, December 03, 2013
Lone Survivor and NBC's Interview
I must say that it is been quite a long time since the last time I was anxious for a movie to come out. First and foremost, I have a tremendous amount of respect and admiration for the U.S. Armed Forces and what they do around the globe. They put down their lives for the safety and security of American overseas and at the same time, they are fighting a very unethical enemy in a very ethical format. These American soldiers deserve all the respect for what they are doing for America and the world. At the same time, I am glad to see that Hollywood has finally decided to abandon “make-belief” anti-war movies were mostly either had fictional stories or one simple incident that the producer turned it into war-movie were they defame all the soldiers. We went through that phase during Bush’s presidency and that simply had something to do with Hollywood’s hatred for Bush. I believe there were number of movies that bashed these poor soldiers and not even one single of these movies did well at the box office. The reason for that was simple: Americans see right through the B.S and the so-called Whistle-blowing-wana-be nature of these movies. Well, here is an interview from the cast and the issue that came up with Tom Cruise.