Saturday, March 3, 2012

Act of Valor


The Hollywood and media elite hate this movie. Mainly because it shows the men and women who are willing to bravely put their lives on the line to protect us and our way of life. Hollywood is more than happy to exploit war movies if it shows the US Military as an aggressor stomping on the little people who just want to be free or depicts soldiers as blood thirsty nut jobs who are unstable and just looking for an excuse to kill. This movie will not win any Academy Awards, Emmy's, Golden Globes or other accolades. About the best revenge would be if this movie makes a metric crap ton of money at the box office. That would be fantastic if the people show that they are willing to support such a movie and will do so with their pocket books.

What the hell happened to Hollywood? There was a time when big actors put their career on hold to serve, studios made pictures showing what our forces REALLY did not what the goobers now imagine they think these brave men and women really do.

I will also say, take tissues with you. If you do not cry at the end of this movie, you have no soul. I have been on the receiving end. I have been forward air control for flyovers multiple times, see the header photo. Each and every time it brings home that people are willing to go into harms way to protect us and our way of life and they are willing to risk all for us. You know, that means that Occutard goobers can have to right to peaceably assemble and show how much of a bunch of retards they are. Or that Hollywood has the right to make movies that shit all over the brave souls who have died to insure they have the right to say what they want even if they are wrong.

Enough ranting for now.


Take a friend or two.


  1. An incredible movie. Will SEALs win awards for acting, no. No one said they were actors, which is why this movie is all the more pertinent. These are the actual service men and women doing their jobs and we should thank God everyday that they and those like them are doing so at great personal expense to themselves and their families. I saw one review on Rottentomatoes that says that the movie "fails to convey the complexities of war". Which complexities I'm not sure, long deployments, death and injury to the service member, the not knowing and loss of spouse/parent by the families? If by "complexity" they refer to the feelings of the child of a jihadist killed in combat with U.S. forces, let me say this now, "I don't care." If your bear arms against this county, then you will most likely perish and I could care less about the emotional impact on your family. If your are contemplating a terrorist act against this country, you 1) most likely don't care if your child will grieve or 2) believe that this will somehow make your child a better person - either way your moral compass is so off course you'll never find north.

    See the movie, it’s not a Hollywood action hero superman movie - it is about good men doing an extraordinary job.

  2. Definitely the movie of the year. I walked in thinking how great could it be without real actors (I believe the two main characters were real Navy SEALs), but I was completely proved wrong.

    By the way, I just stumbled across a few broken links, and I couldn't find an email anywhere. If you could give me one, I'll be happy to send the details over (don't really want to put them in a comment).