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Subject: Re: 12 STRONG: The Left is Upset (Again)
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From: BTR1701 <>
Subject: Re: 12 STRONG: The Left is Upset (Again)
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In article<>,
 anim8rfsk<> wrote:

> In article<>,
>  BTR1701<> wrote:

> > Whenever I write about the real-world impact of war movies-- and I've 
> > gone to bat against AMERICAN SNIPER, ZERO DARK THIRTY and 13 HOURS-- I 
> > always get responses along the lines of "Relax, these are just movies. 
> > Don't take them so seriously. They're harmless." That's when it becomes 
> > necessary to say that movies can create or reinforce narratives of 
> > history and gender that influence what people think and what they do. 
> > Boys and men develop their notions of masculinity from a variety of 
> > sources that include the films they watch (the extent to which this is 
> > true is, of course, open to debate). The time has come for Hollywood to 
> > turn away from war movies that, while satisfying to both a studio's 
> > bottom line and a flag-waving concept of patriotism, perpetuate a model 
> > of masculinity that does violence to us all.
> I can't believe how much I hate this clown.
> At least he's good looking
> 9.jpg/220px-Peter_maass_2009.jpg

Wow. That's grievous.