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So James Cameron was just on â€œThe Viewâ€ Wednesday morning, and he was disarmingly frank about the premise and purpose of his film, â€œAvatar.â€ He plainly explained it was anti-corporate, and that his goal was to take that â€œsubversiveâ€ message, and wrap it up in an entertaining vehicle in a way that America, or the world, would swallow it whole.
I admire the guy for admitting that. But I just donâ€™t see the subversion heâ€™s talking about. I canâ€™t remember the last time I saw a â€œpro-corporateâ€ movie, which to me would be truly subversive. I mean, can you imagine a director making a film about a drug company that works tirelessly to come up with medications that saves millions of lives? Thatâ€™s happened in real life â€“ more than a couple of times. Still, no movie. However, Hollywood craps out a pro-environmental, anti-big business flick faster than I can say â€œPass the Charmin.â€
Make sure to watch Missourah’s Countdown with Keith Olbermann (also produced with Xtranormal):
I’m glad we’ve got our best man on the case.
I was going to suggest such a meeting would be beneath the office of the President, but didn’t Obama invite somebody from terminally pre-revenue Twitter to advise him on economic policy?
Interesting that Lt. Harley has been silent on the war in Iraq, given his own history in the region:
UPDATE: Greg Gutfeld has more on Topper.
But look, I love Sheen simply being Sheen. He is a man unencumbered by self-awareness. Think about it: The worldâ€™s most famous clueless druggie, gambling-addicted whore-banger thinks heâ€™s uncovered a conspiracy â€“ and we should all believe him.
How cute is that?