13 January 2010

Excuse Me?

John Nolte, editor in chief of Big Hollywood, suggests the new blockbuster Avatar movie is anti-military. Moreover, the writer of the blockbuster film -- James Cameron (I think there is a rule somewhere that whenever you place Cameron's name you must also use the word "blockbuster" -- has no love for the National Rifle Association.

From the script. Not actor dialogue but text written to set up each scene, to describe the visuals that are occurring, to set a feeling for the action that is to happen.

"The miners lock and load like the redblooded redneck NRA supporters they are."

The things that make you go "hmmmmm . . . "

BTW, I've never been to or taught a "lock and load" class. Can someone tell me who is teaching those? Maybe they are only taught in Hollywood?


Ran said...

Perhaps it's because Abatoir's Cameron is anti-Liberty?

Brent Greer said...

I concur.

"Abatoir". . . . brilliant play on words!