The Definition of Insanity is doing the same thing over and over again, expecting a different result...
So I was not surprised to see the headline "Stop-Loss" and #7 on opening day while I was surfing the web.
#7 Stop-Loss opened to only $1.6 million Friday from just 1,291 plays and should eke out $4+M.
Predictably, the libtard mental midgets in HollyWeird just don't get it. I am not certain that they will get it for about a generation, if ever.
And if you doubted the level of insanity, check out this quote from article...
"It's not looking good," a studio source told me before the weekend. "No one wants to see Iraq war movies. No matter what we put out there in terms of great cast or trailers, people were completely turned off. It's a function of the marketplace not being ready to address this conflict in a dramatic way because the war itself is something that's unresolved yet. It's a shame because it's a good movie that's just ahead of its time."
HollyWeird had it's chance and they are burned as far as I am concerned. They have all this money and opportunity to tell the real story of what is going on in the war on terror and what do we get? "Bush lied Kids Died!" "Iraq was a peaceful country!" "The war was for oil!" "Stop-Loss is a defacto draft!" Could it be that the reason that no one wants to see Iraq War movies is because there have been 4 or 5 of them made now and none of them are about, for example, Army Sergeant First Class Paul Smith and his heroic actions during the Invasion of Iraq?
I hope the pittance that they make from these movies is enough to keep paying these oxygen thieves. I want them to make animated features, because that is all that little Deebow watches right now.
When he goes down for a nap, I am going to go see Outside The Wire instead.
If you go check out the article, make sure to read the comments left there.