“The Titanic” and the Evilness of the CineMafia
“The Titanic” won an Oscar for “Best Picture” in 1997. It was bad enough that the Motion Picture Academy overlooked such timeless classics as “Liar Liar” and “Men in Black.” But it somehow managed to beat the other nominated movies of 1997, including “Good Will Hunting” and “The Full Monty.” Both of those movies were better movies.
Picking the wrong movie isn’t what makes the CineMafia evil. The evilness comes from them deciding to re-release the movie in theaters this weekend. The evil comes from the timing of the re-release. Sunday will be the 100th anniversary of the Titanic sinking. The CineMafia thought it would be a good time to celebrate the sinking of the Titanic and the death of 1,514 people and make a few bucks while celebrating. The movie will be in the traditional 2-D as well as in 3-D.
It is reasons like this why I have been boycotting major movies and have fighting the CineMafia as the foundation of my presidential campaign. When the CineMafia is not celebrating death, they are turning 14-year old girls like Brittney Spears and Lindsay Lohan into underaged sex symbols only to toss them aside when they turn 18 and watch their lives turn into a train wreck.
I am the only presidential candidate who dares to take on the CineMafia and all the evil that it is. Evil has flourished for too long and it is time to put an end to it. Don’t see “The Titanic” or any other CineMafia production. Starve them of their revenue and hopefully the movies will start getting good again like they were before 1984. The more they are fed, the more evil they become. If you have to watch something about a shipwreck this week, I would suggest watching “Gilligan’s Island.” At least nobody died in the sinking of the S.S. Minnow.
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