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I'm going to have some lonely downtime to contend with and in between reading John McDonald novels and Louis Lamour of late I was hoping someone could recommend some movies that I've probably missed. Recently I watched Sorry to Bother You which was kinda anti-white although actually pretty funny. Soon Better Call Saul will come out Season 6 which I will definitely follow. I also watched this goofy werewolf movie The Wolf of Snow Hollow which was entertaining but not life changing and I thought The Hunt was pretty decent and even named the Jew slightly.

Anyway go.

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Have you seen any of the indie darlings from the last couple years?

Midsommar was a banger, even though it was made by a filthy jew and is more than likely potent anti-European folk spirit propaganda... it’s still good to decipher it’s meaning and apply your own lessons too.

The Lighthouse is a vague, irksome, contained fable. Great acting, obviously feels more like a play. A little too stylized maybe, but very poetic.

Parasite was incredibly enjoyable, organically funny and spooky in a nice, subtle way. Not sure if it’s considered an indie over in Chink Land, but it was received as an off-beat option over here.

Uncut Gems, but everyone’s seen that by now. And if you haven’t, it needs no introduction.

The Assisstant was also an enthrallingly stark and simple indie that was surprisingly tense and watchable. Woke in it’s own way, but also transparently #metoo at the same time.

Once Upon a Time in Hollywood was a hoot! I never would have expected that I’d enjoy a Tarantino film ever again since... I don’t know, when I saw Kill Bill stoned with my high school friends for the fourth time in the theaters? In retrospect, I realized after seeing Once Upon that I don’t like any of his movies anymore except this one.

Other than those recent titles, I don’t know, lemme look at my DVDs...

Nightcrawler is evergreen, The VVitch was a trip, It Follows is very underrated, Heredity is a new classic...

I know these are all pretty basic recommendations, really, but maybe a couple are new to you, who knows.
 

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I'm going to have some lonely downtime to contend with and in between reading John McDonald novels and Louis Lamour of late I was hoping someone could recommend some movies that I've probably missed. Recently I watched Sorry to Bother You which was kinda anti-white although actually pretty funny. Soon Better Call Saul will come out Season 6 which I will definitely follow. I also watched this goofy werewolf movie The Wolf of Snow Hollow which was entertaining but not life changing and I thought The Hunt was pretty decent and even named the Jew slightly.

Anyway go.

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What genre do you like? Comedy, drama, etc?
I only really know period pieces tbh being a huge history buff. Maybe some sci-fi.
TV series have been especially good lately tbh in the period piece dept.

The Last Kingdom was really good, it was about the war again Alfred of Wessex, prior to England forming.

The White Queen, the Red Queen and The Kingmaker's Daughter is all about the House of York and the House of Lancaster and the battles and dramas of the times starting in the 1400s. Breddy good, but lots of nudity. A woman would watch it with you.

Jonestown was about American colonialism, the first colonies. Also a good show though one episode has some fag in it who should have been stoned to death. But if you can overlook that part it's worth watching.

Vikings season 1 and 2 were great. Then the jews took over or something because it got jewed up really hard after that.

Turn: Washington's spies was great, I loved it. Kinda historically accurate as far as shows go, tho some details are way off. It's about a cabbage farmer who starts a spy ring for Washington in the revolutionary war. Pretty wholesome, highly reccomend.

I can go on, but idk if you're into this sort of genre. If you're not, then lol my bad, but hey I tried. I'll be watching tho later on to find something to do with all of this lockdown insanity. Anything to not go crazy.

Also First Cow. I's about a guy who was one of the first at the Oregon trail and makes bread for the workers. He needs butter so he steals milk from the first cow. Really good movie.
 

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I paid 20 bucks and rented "Greenland". I think this movie was made because it is predictive programming: The elites have bought bunkers down in New Zealand, and made a seed vault on Svalbaard because they expect a planet-killing asteroid to get us all. This movie is an indication that we might all have 20 years left before it happens.

But I liked the movie, Greenland.
 

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Good Saturday afternoon flick. If you are ok with subtitles and b&w.
 

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I paid 20 bucks and rented "Greenland".
Good God man, $20 to rent on YouTube? That’s a real ask on their part.

Anytime I scroll through the on demand apps and I waffle over whether spending more than $3 on a flick is worth it... I just go rewatch There Will Be Blood for the 90th time or something.
 

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These aren't recent, but:

The Fall -- quite entertaining, with excellent cinematography, fine storytelling, and plenty of character. No real "poz" to speak of, outside of some drug use and a somewhat 'diverse' team of good guys.

Survive Style 5+ -- also highly entertaining, but you need to be willing to deal with subtitles. (Minor faggot character included, but no actual faggotry depicted.) Tadanobu Asano is quite enjoyable to watch in any movie, IMHO, and this one's no exception.

....I think that's it. I'm not a movie man, but I'll watch either of those again at any time.
 

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What genre do you like? Comedy, drama, etc?
I only really know period pieces tbh being a huge history buff. Maybe some sci-fi.
TV series have been especially good lately tbh in the period piece dept.

The Last Kingdom was really good, it was about the war again Alfred of Wessex, prior to England forming.

The White Queen, the Red Queen and The Kingmaker's Daughter is all about the House of York and the House of Lancaster and the battles and dramas of the times starting in the 1400s. Breddy good, but lots of nudity. A woman would watch it with you.

Jonestown was about American colonialism, the first colonies. Also a good show though one episode has some fag in it who should have been stoned to death. But if you can overlook that part it's worth watching.

Vikings season 1 and 2 were great. Then the jews took over or something because it got jewed up really hard after that.

Turn: Washington's spies was great, I loved it. Kinda historically accurate as far as shows go, tho some details are way off. It's about a cabbage farmer who starts a spy ring for Washington in the revolutionary war. Pretty wholesome, highly reccomend.

I can go on, but idk if you're into this sort of genre. If you're not, then lol my bad, but hey I tried. I'll be watching tho later on to find something to do with all of this lockdown insanity. Anything to not go crazy.

Also First Cow. I's about a guy who was one of the first at the Oregon trail and makes bread for the workers. He needs butter so he steals milk from the first cow. Really good movie.
First Cow? Sounds good.
 

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First Cow? Sounds good.
I really liked it. The wife and I were both shocked by how good it was, neither of us had heard of it and I just randomly pirated it one day. It was good enough that we both felt crappy about it actually paid the money. It's kind of slow moving, but the plot, acting and dialogue are great for a modern movie. Kino even.
 

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The Last Kingdom was really good
I can definitely recommend that also, one of the best series I've seen lately, and that's saying something these days. Actually no niggers or any other diversity that I can recall, as it should be considering the subject matter.
 

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Anyone here seen β€œThe King”? Its a historical film about Henry the 5th. Its pretty good despite the fact that its chock full of innaccuracy and overdramatization. It was pretty good the jew from the new Dune film played king henry
 

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If you like westerns and American history check out the show Texas Rising it follows the fight for Texan independence and their war against Mexico in the 1830’s. It starts right at the fall of the Alamo. To make it even better watch The Alamo with John Wayne right before you start the show.

I think it was made in 2015. It has an all star cast of pretty great actors that I would not have ever expected to see together like Ray Liotta, Branden Fraser, Bill Paxton and Kris Kristofferson plays Andrew Jackson which was pretty cool to see. A lot of other guys I don’t recall seeing before but all really well done. Props and sets, details all really well done, whoever made it has a true love for American and Texan history and it shows.

It appears it won’t get a second season because critics deemed it β€œtoo offensive” although the first season wrapped up in a way that it felt complete. Still would have loved to see it carry over into the Indian Wars though but god forbid we see Injuns portrayed as scalpers and wagon burners or anything other than muh noble savage...
 

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These aren't recent, but:

The Fall -- quite entertaining, with excellent cinematography, fine storytelling, and plenty of character. No real "poz" to speak of, outside of some drug use and a somewhat 'diverse' team of good guys.

Survive Style 5+ -- also highly entertaining, but you need to be willing to deal with subtitles. (Minor faggot character included, but no actual faggotry depicted.) Tadanobu Asano is quite enjoyable to watch in any movie, IMHO, and this one's no exception.

....I think that's it. I'm not a movie man, but I'll watch either of those again at any time.
Omg thank you so much I hsd seen Survive Style in the past and Ive been looking fof it for a while because I forgot the damn name. I also liked Ichi the Killer with Asano despite the fact that its one of the most degrnerate films ever made. Speaking of fucked up Japanese films β€œThe Lesson of the Evil” was probably the most hardcore jap murder movie Ive ever seen it had the craziest school shooting sequence ever made.
 
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Seven Samurai (1954)
One of the greatest movies ever. Huge influence on Western directors. Very long and slow to get going but very well worth it.

The Sword Of Doom (1966)
Strange contrarian movie that makes the soulless villian the star. Very nihilistic theme. I've recommended it just because it's so unusual.

Our Man Flint (1966)
Great spy movie spoof. The sequel, In Like Flint, was disappointing.

Colossus: The Forbin Project (1970)
Used to be on television a lot and the small screen aspect ratio ruined it. Needs the widescreen. Looked dated when it came out but now has a cool retro sci-fi look to it.

Five Easy Pieces (1970)
The film that made Jack Nicholson a star and I just love Karen Black as the bimbo girlfriend.

Deliverance (1972)
Boorman's greatest movie imo. The discussion after Burt Reynolds kills the mountain man is cinematic perfection.
"WHERE'S THE LAW DREW?"

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The Score (2001)
Serious heist movie directed by Muppets guy Frank Oz. Has an offbeat and unusual feel to it.

Documentary: Lost Soul: The Doomed Journey of Richard Stanley's Island of Dr. Moreau (2014)
Watch this first then you can watch the 1996 movie it's about and have a laugh when you know what went on behind the scenes.

Documentary: Three Identical Strangers (2018)
Very well made documentary and a must see for anyone interested in the jewish question.

Television: Breaking Bad (2008)
Greatest TV show ever. Has a pro-male, pro-white and anti-politically correct subtext. Once you realise that's there in the form of symbolism and allegory it supercharges the viewing experience.
 

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If you dont mind subtitles, theres a Danish Thriller called The Guilty. A police phone operator is on the phone with a woman who has says she has been kidnapped. It takes place entirely within the call centre. Very well paced and extremely engaging movie. Edge of your seat stuff with and sort of based also.

 

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I paid 20 bucks and rented "Greenland". I think this movie was made because it is predictive programming: The elites have bought bunkers down in New Zealand, and made a seed vault on Svalbaard because they expect a planet-killing asteroid to get us all. This movie is an indication that we might all have 20 years left before it happens.

But I liked the movie, Greenland.
I like how the nog neighbor woman towards the beginning is like, β€œHow cum he dun got the Presidental wawnin’ on hees cellfoam but I dint?! Gibs me dat selection fo β€˜mergency shelter too!”
 

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Some good ones I’ve recently watched:

Green Zone with Matt Damon

Hell or High Water with Jeff Bridges and 2 younger guys whose names I can’t think of

Harsh Times with Christian Bale

Shot Caller with that 3-names guy from the HBO viking fantasy show I never watched

Mad Max Fury Road I watched for the first time not long ago and really liked it. Tom Hardy is great but can’t quite live up to St. Mel’s portrayal. I thought the best performance was the guy who played the WarBoy, and of course I sided with Immortan Joe.

I also fairly enjoyed the Jack Reacher films with Tom Cruise.
 

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Besides the best movies ever, The Godfather, Lawrence of Arabia, Blade Runner /2049, The Great Escape, Terminator/T2

For a Few Dollars More - Clint

John Wayne: The Quiet Man, Rio Bravo

Heist (2001) - Gene Hackman thriller
My Cousin Vinny - courtroom comedy
U-571 - Nazi/US submarines
A History of Violence - Character drama
John Wick series - Shooter action
Cube 2 Hypercube - sci Fi mind bender
Stalag 17 - WWII movie recently remastered looks πŸ‘ŒπŸ»
Dark Knight Trilogy - best batman
 

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Headhunters (2011) was bredy gud, I particularly enjoyed scene with the toilet paper roll, lol.

 

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Once Upon a Time in the West is one of my favorites, I can always go back and watch it again. I'm a sucker for just about any Charles Bronson films. I love First Blood too, seen it a million times.
 

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Russian film with English Subtitles, free on youtube.
Post ww2, rogue train conductor lives in a forced labor camp with other Soviet prisoners. Finds a German women and saves her from the locals and "Fishman." Nice story and film work.
Also "A Quiet Place" was a good, clean horror. No shock, jump scares, or any bullshit. Family friendly, no whore running around with their tits out and getting beheaded or such cheap shit.
 

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People I Know is arguably the best movie (other than A Serious Man) that demonstrates Jewish control. It never got much attention, but well worth watching.

 
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