The End of a Hollywood Era - The Arthur Martin

Sunday, November 18, 2018

The End of a Hollywood Era

Toy Story 4 is coming out and they previewed a trailer:


The rumor is that this will be the LAST Toy Story movie made and the IMDB page gives the plot line:

When a new toy called "Forky" joins Woody and the gang, a road trip alongside old and new friends reveals how big the world can be for a toy.

The trailer had me thinking what we already know, HOLLYWOOD IS DEAD. They have no new ideas. That is not to say that the world is empty of creative ideas, simply that "Hollywood" for "reasons" that we are not told, simply won't make anything that is fresh and exciting, they continue to rehash and remake old movies or continue sequels from old movies--which are rarely better than the previous iterations.

Wikipedia has a whole list of remakes and reboots that you may check out [here] what is abundantly clear is that in the last few years there has been an increasing trend in this direction let's take a quick look here:

TV:


Roseanne
Will and Grace
X-Files
Bug Juice
Trading Spaces
Lost in Space
Jersey Shore
Magnum PI
Charmed
Sabrina

Movies:


Aladdin
Dumbo
Ghostbusters
Oceans 11
Mulan
Tombraider
Scarface
The Grinch
King Arthur
Robin Hood
Peter Pan
Star Wars
Fast and Furious
Predator
Terminator
Spiderman

These are just SOME OF THE 126 Remakes and Reboots that Hollywood is planning. That's not to mention the paid actors that are now getting involved in politics and ruining entertainment and comedy for all of us.



I'm from the Millennial generation and i'm a sucker for old movies like Toy Story which bring back fond memories of childhood and as I reached High School and started paying closer attention to politics it struck me odd that paid actors (who depend on us for their livelyhood) would be so bold and vocal in the realm of politics.

When Arnold Schwarzenegger ran for politics I was excited and also thought it was a one-off quirk. The guy was retired from movies and wanted to run a state that he owed a lot to his career success--this made sense to me. Then we had Opera and Leonardo Dicaprio and Alec Baldwin and 90% of Hollywood paid actors start to run their mouths--reading from a script--on their political pet issues. The reason I noticed was because none-of-us plebs actually cared about their issues, such as Global Warming, PETA, Open Borders, Free Trade, etc...

Yet here I was at another movie award-watching party having to sit through another monologue and rant about  "Orange Man Bad" or "Big Ears Bush moron that."

Meanwhile we are going into a 17 year Global War on "terrorism" that isn't mentioned, jobs are being replaced by robots and computers (having you been to a bank or a grocery store lately?), housing is through the roof because foreign "terrorist" invaders are driving up the prices, drug and suicide rates are the highest they have ever been, starting a business is impossible because of red tape, and every year I have to pay more and more in taxes.

When is the last time you heard a Hollywood Paid Actor mention any of these issues? 


It's not mentioned, because celebrities don't actually care about us proles, they are PAID to push agendas that their International Corporate Masters pay them to push. The 2018 Western World Timeline is so insane with trannies in the bathrooms, Men getting Women of the Year Awards, "Vagina Monologues" being shut down because it offends men women without vaginas, Man-Caves are sexist, a religion that hates women winning political offices, and blatant voter fraud that one would THINK "Hollywood" would be FULL of NEW IDEAS that satirize popular culture. 

Instead, we have a handful of celebrities fired for making the wrong joke, erased from social platforms because of wrong think, brutally assaulted in the streets because of where they work, and black-listed from industries and the rest are just reading from a political script. 

I would postulate that the reason why "Hollywood" only reboots and remakes movies in the "current year" is because "Hollywood" no longer has Americans working for them. They don't understand the American Culture of the 70's, 80's and 90's because they never grew up in America in the 70's, 80's and 90's. Likewise, they don't understand the current American Culture because there is no American Culture anymore.

So, Hollywood remakes things to try to emulate the "Good Ol' Days" of our youth--such as Toy Story--to try and pacify us and help us forget that the world that we grew up in no longer exists and is deteriorating quickly. 

Problem is that we remember and we ARE American.



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