Never To Be On DVD

Here’s to Barack Obama, the man whose words could fertilize a thousand fallow Third World fields…as TexasGalt so eloquently tweeted:

Needing time to recover from last night’s presidential prevarications, I hereby present Andrew Klavan at the Oscars–a salute to the best pictures Hollywood never made:

About Bob Mack

Retired since 2003. Military Service: U.S. Army, 36th Artillery Group, Babenhausen, Germany 1966-67; 1st Signal Brigade, Republic of Vietnam, 1967-68 Attended University of Miami, 1969-73
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13 Responses to Never To Be On DVD

  1. Joanna says:

    “Here’s to Barack Obama, the man whose words could fertilize a thousand fallow Third World fields…”

    or ….
    put one on a miracle weight lose diet spell….!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1
    …no kidding…
    a second worth of obama on TV will diminish my apetite for days!!!!!
    …how stomach-revolting this POS-in-Chief can get??!!!…

  2. bunkerville says:

    Spot on… I needed a diversion.

  3. Great video, thanks. BTW, how is the Sarah Palin documentary doing? I’ll never get to see it here, unfortunately. And, Atlas Shrugged, how did that movie do?

    • Bob Mack says:

      From Ben Smith at Politico:

      The launch of “The Undefeated” was greated by glee from Sarah Palin’s enemies that one early midnight screening was empty, and a jubilant press release from filmmakers who said it grossed “approximately $5,000 per screen” in the ten markets in which it opened, a figure that’s modest for Hollywood but pretty good given the quick release and viral marketing.

      […] we asked industry analyst Bruce Nash for his thoughts:

      It’s a little difficult to make a direct comparison, but Atlas Shrugged averaged about $5,600 per theater in its opening weekend, so it’s broadly in line with our projection. I would be surprised if they managed to hold that average in more theaters, but I would stick with a $4 million – $5 million projection assuming they roll out nationwide in the next month or so.

      That’s very, very good for an independent conservative product, and the Atlas Shrugged comparison seems more or less apt: That film, like Palin’s and Palin, weathered bad reviews to appeal to a motivated base. But it’s still a bit hard to see how the Palin film plays a crucial role in a broader national campaign.

      UPDATE: A spokesman for the producers, Keith Appell, emails with updated numbers: “We actually did $7500 per screen overall and over $10K in the larger markets.”

  4. AFVET says:

    This is going to be interesting Bob.
    How does this guy make it out of office without his tail feathers on fire ?

  5. TexasFred says:

    I tweeted last night: To Barack Hussein Obama: Don’t go away mad, just GO AWAY! #tcot #tlot #jcot #GOP #Dems #Obama #nobama #opinion #politics #economy #ocra #p2

    Got several new followers too… 😛

  6. Matt says:

    Kinda goes to show just how far the mass media, and especially hollywierd, has fallen.

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