March 28, 2014, - 5:41 pm

Wknd Box Office: Noah, Sabotage, Breathe In

By Debbie Schlussel

It’s another Netflix weekend, since the new movies at theaters leave little to be desired.



* “Noah“: Check out my complete review column on this movie that is decidedly NOT “Noah,” and perverts and abominates the original Biblical story into some left-wing soap opera and science fiction and action film.


* “Sabotage“: 66-year-old Arnold Schwarzenegger is still trying to mount a comeback as an action hero. And he should just hang it up. So desperate to be a big star again, he’s taken to headlining torture porn and snuff films, which is all this movie is.

This extremely bloody, disgusting, pointless, messed-up waste of time is yet another piece of Hollywood garbage. The plot and story are preposterous. The movie features, from the very beginning, a topless lesbian sex scene, another sex scene, a few close up shots of piles of human feces surrounding a toilet, and lots of dismembered, bloody bodies. Plus there’s a body in a river of blood that flows out of a refrigerator. There are various shots of up close murders, including shootings to the head, as well as beheadings with a rudimentary knife. There is enough violence and murder to populate several snuff films.

The story isn’t believable either. Schwarzenegger heads an elite undercover team of DEA Agents. That’s interesting because he looks every day of his 66-plus years, and, in real life, DEA agents have a mandatory retirement age of 57 (56 if they were born after 1970). The DEA agents are corrupt and raid a mansion of drug dealers in order to steal ten million dollars, which the agents hide in a sewer. But when they come back for the money, it’s gone. The DEA agents are under investigation for the theft, and soon, the members of the corrupt DEA team are picked off one by one in disgusting, violent, bloody ways. Schwarzenegger and some crazy crack addicted woman agent are among those DEA agents left. The whodunnit is preposterous, as is the entire movie and its plot.

Skip this at all cost. (Plus why would you want to support a guy who pardons murderers and mocks the victims and their families? Why would you want to spend your money on a fan of late Nazi mass-murderer Kurt Waldheim? Schwarzenegger was his good friend and invited Waldheim to his wedding to Maria Shriver. Waldheim, who was on the Wehrmacht “honor list,” couldn’t come because he was on the no-fly list as he’d been identified as a major Nazi murderer. But Schwarzie lamented that he couldn’t come and praised him at the wedding, saying “I love him.”)


Arnold & Nazi Buddy Kurt Waldheim


Watch the trailer . . .

* “Breathe In“: I feel I’ve seen this slow, boring, pointless, predictable movie a million times before. Fed up, bored, annoyed husband has affair with young chick and tears family apart. You’ve seen it, too. In this case, a long-married, middle-aged suburban New York couple, which includes Australian actor Guy Pearce (a good actor whom I usually like in movies), welcomes an English foreign exchange student (Felicity Jones) to their home. The couple have a daughter her age. Soon, the husband, who hates being a music teacher, wants to move back into New York City, seeks to play in the symphony, and feels like he is being henpecked by his wife, has an affair with the exchange student, and everyone finds out and is miserable. The end.

And you would pay to watch this why . . .?


Watch the trailer . . .

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11 Responses

“Sabotage” and Terminate the DEA’s reputation seems more like it to me.
More steroid driven garbage for the kind of person that would probably try to inject steroids into their cranium if that was possible.
Arnie used to at least have good judgement as far as his movie role selections went.
Looks like that’s gone up in cigar smoke now too.
Didn’t know about his connection to Waldheim but it doesn’t really surprise me somehow.
Lousy governor and husband too by the sounds of things.
You can’t really go back to your celluloid glory days after making a play like that.
Hasta la vista baby.

Frankz on March 29, 2014 at 11:08 am

Drivel, p.c. treacle and crap: the only exports of Hollywood anymore.

DS_ROCKS! on March 29, 2014 at 11:59 am

I looked at the trailer for Sabotage and have to ask, can anyone LOOK at Ahnuld and not want to either cringe or laugh out loud? He has had so much plastic surgery and Botox that his face looks like a plastic mask. Does the man own a mirror? And his performance is, if anything, one of the most wooden I have seen in his career! You know, the guy has a net worth of, like, $300 MILLION. why doesn’t he retire? Or he could put some of his money where his mouth is and produce movies for other people to appear in. The guy is a joke!

Add that to the blood and gore of this film and it appears that the whole thing was a massive waste of time and money. Maybe it will do well overseas, but I can’t imagine that Americans will go for it.

As for “Breathe In,” just reading the plot sounds like that awful, award winning American Beauty movie that I thought was disgusting. Hollywood can’t get enough of older men with teenaged girls, and then they try to pretend that this is what life is like in suburbia. I got news for you. I LIVE in suburbia. We put guys like that in prison, if we can.

MIGirl on March 29, 2014 at 4:00 pm

    Arnold is an arrogant ass. His actions have shown as much, along with his selfishness.

    People like that CAN’T give up the spotlight. And honestly he has nothing to add to the industry beyond the role of lead actor. But he’s past his sell-by date. Rather than handle that gracefully by shifting the roles he chooses, or simply putting it all behind him… he’ll keep doing the only thing he knows how to do.

    PitandPen on March 29, 2014 at 11:40 pm

Actually, I think Hollywood has a much better grasp of the current American mind, IQ and thinking ability, if they can be called such, than we do. If you go to the anti-Islamism blogs, articles on MSN, Yahoo, etc., and read the comments of the liberals/dhimmis, drunks and meth heads, you’ll know that Hollywood is spot on. I mean, Hollywood is not in the business of informing, but of simply selling tickets and they do seem to know their target audience. Go to any article about Islam and what will you read in the comments? You’ll read Christian and Jew bashing. But, do you ever go to any article about Christians and or Jews and read Muslim bashing in the comments? No, you don’t. It seems to me that we’ve raised a few generations who are utterly incapable of responding in any way other than by bashing the well-defined, allowed, easy targets which are Jews, Christians, Republicans, Conservatives, America/Americans, Caucasians, the educated, etc. So, making a movie about Coptic Christian terrorists from Dearborn, MI, or some other utterly idiotic, backward, convoluted, scenario doesn’t surprise me any longer. It is simply ALL these generations of idiot movie goers can even marginally grasp and respond to. That a completely alien, totalitarian ideology of blood lust, submission and death, mostly composed of brownish people, is doing everything it can to destroy us is simply beyond their comprehension. They’re like the Indians (feather, not red dot) who reportedly literally couldn’t even see the first sailing ships because they were so far removed from their perceptual experience. I’m not saying that I think it’s right or acceptable. I’m just saying that I think Hollywood has their number and doesn’t care about anything else, especially what we think. And, this is why I rarely go to a movie.

PH: As I’ve pointed out on this site many times (perhaps it was lost on you), Coptic Arabs led the pogroms and even outdid Muslims in their terrorist acts against Jews. They led in anti-Semitic persecution and their pope endorsed HAMAS. Unfortunately, there has NEVER been a movie about Copt terrorists, though there should be. Get a clue on that, please.

And your memory is short on how the Copts blamed their anti-Mohammed movie on the Jews:

As I’ve also pointed out (but clearly you don’t get that either), there is no such thing as “Islamism.” There is only Islam. Those who use this phony word pretend that Islam is not a problem and that only a tiny amount of Muslims are radical and support terrorism, when in fact, the majority are radical and support terrorism. WAKE. UP. DS

Pray Hard on March 30, 2014 at 10:46 am

I will never pay to see a Schwarzenegger again. He was elected CA governor as a conservative and the closer he got to the end of his term, the more leftist he became, including signing the most onerous “global warming” law in the country. He knew that if he wanted to work in Hollywood again, he had to get his mind right on progressive issues. A huge sell-out.

John on March 31, 2014 at 10:47 am

Debbie, you deserve a combat medal for watching this tripe.

JeffT on March 31, 2014 at 11:46 am

Movie and adultery history aside, concerning Arnold S., take note of the information in the above link.

FS on March 31, 2014 at 8:11 pm

    FS, don’t buy into the Simon Wiesenthal Center scam. Yes, Simon Wiesenthal–the man–was a great guy and a dedicated fighter against Jew-haters. But today, it’s run by a guy named “Rabbi” Marvin Hier, and he’s basically transformed the organization in a fundraiser for himself and his cronies. Hier’s done virtually nothing indicating any genuine effort to follow the example that Wiesenthal, the man, set. So, definitely DON’T get out your checkbook for this organization. There are several worthy Jewish organization, but this ain’t one ’em. Check out this article from the DS archives:

    Ralph Adamo on April 4, 2014 at 2:52 am

Hollywood can rarely be depended upon to produce a Biblical epic faithful to the Bible. Hollywood treats the project like it’s filming another “Lord of the Rings.”

Part of the problem is that most people don’t know or don’t want to know that events depicted in the Bible actually happened. This is true even among many “believers.”

Consider the following:

“And every living substance was destroyed which was upon the face of the ground, both man, and cattle, and the creeping things, and the fowl of the heaven; and they were destroyed from the earth: and Noah only remained alive, and they that were with him in the ark”. Genesis 7

The screenplay writers for Noah almost certainly consider this description to be a fictional creation of a highly imaginative writer. Like most people, they don’t stop to ask themselves, “If this were a work of fiction, what other fictional work or nonfictional event inspired this story?”

Dr. Immanuel Velikovsky, one of the most brilliant thinkers of the 20th cetury, has explored the Noah story and has sought out and identified persuasive evidence that an event like that depicted in the Bible actually occurred. His evidence is contained in his landmark book, “Earth in Upheaval.” For some quick insights into some of his findings, see this link:

Velikovsky’s work, of course, has been attacked by many in the mainstream scientific community. In the 1950’s, the mainstream scientific community was outraged at the success of his sminal work, “Worlds in Collision,” which also demonstrated that certain events described in the Bible actually occurred, such as the parting of the Red Sea at the time of Exodus. Velikovsky asked a very basic question: “If events such as those described in the Exodus did indeed happen, wouldn’t there be other writings about this, other than the Bible?”

Velikovsky, studied the records of diverse cultures and found that the first holocaust in the Bible, around 1500 B.C., was confirmed. Among the other supporting records were those of Chinese, Mayans, Sumerians, Babylonians, Eskimos, Hindus, and so on.

What caused the awesome series of events at the time of the Exodus? Velikovsky’s continued studies into the matter led him a scientific explanation: the planet Venus was not in existence millions and millions of years ago, as “modern” science claimed. It was actually a newly born planet that started as a comet sprung from the planet Jupiter. That comet came close enough to the Earth at around 1500 B.C. to cause the events described in the Bible and in the records of other cultures throughout the Earth.

At the time, the mainstream science community tried to stop the publication of Velikovksy’s book and several leading astronomers argued that his thesis was impossible because they said Venus’s temperature was comparable to the Earth’s. Velikovksy argued that THEIR assertion was impossible and that Venus had to be very, very hot, as a young planet.

In time, every prediction that Velikovsky made was proven to be correct, when America’s space technology advanced to the extent that Venus and Mars could be explored in much more detail. Among some of his confirmed findings:

1. Venus was extremely hot; about 850 degrees F.
2. Venus would contain an atmosphere of hyrdocarbons.
3. The existence of the Van Allen radiation belt.
4. Strong magnetism on the moon.
5. Radio emission from Jupiter.

Velikovsky’s friend, Albert Einstein, was one of those brilliant thinkers who accepted several of Velikovksy’s research and ideas. But, unlike Velikovsky, Einstein thought that the heavenly bodies are neutrally charged and that space is free of electricity and magnetism. A few days before Einstein died, Einstein changed his mind when he learned through actual tests that radio noises had been detected on Jupiter, just as Velikovsky said they would. “Worlds in Collision” was open on his desk at the time of his passing.

Today, “modern science” has still not accepted Velikovsky’s work, even though science has proven that THEY were wrong in the past and Velikovsky was correct. Instead, they’ve invented ad hoc theories to try to explain away Velikovsky’s findings. For example, the “modern” myth that “science” “advances” (primarily from the unsupported ideas of former pop astronomer Carl Sagan) is that Venus is so hot because of “a runaway greenhouse effect,” because of the prevalence of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere. But such a notion is absurd for several reasons: (1) there is no evidence whatsoever of sufficient water vapor on Venus to cause such a “greenhouse effect”; and (2) if such a “greenhouse effect” were taking place, there would have to be thermal equilibrium, but the reality is that Venus gives off much more heat than it absorbs from the sun.

Ralph Adamo on April 2, 2014 at 1:49 am

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