New Hollywood thriller makes military, 9-11 families the villains

New Hollywood thriller makes military, 9-11 families the villains

This shows that when Hollywood has a choice between profits and sneaking sanctimonious left-wing propaganda into theaters, it will often choose the latter. (Think about it–how often have you sat down to relax and watch a movie, only to be subjected to two hours of stealthy liberal preaching?) A new thriller (“Non-Stop”) paints military personnel and 9/11 victims’ families as the bad guys.

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And then they decided to really get creative and make the hero…wait, you’ll never guess…a Muslim! (For people who consider themselves the most creative, innovative members of society, Hollywood screenwriters and directors seem to have trouble being Not Completely Predictable.)

The 9/11 family member-turned-terrorist is upset because America hasn’t done enough to ensure there will never be another 9/11. And so he figures that if he can get an air marshal blamed for a terrorist attack, America will wake up and anally probe us before we’re allowed on a plane, or something.
It gets worse…

The villain’s sidekick is a member of the American military willing to murder 150 innocent people for a payday. The one passenger on the plane who is forever helpful, kind, reasonable, noble, and never under suspicion is a Muslim doctor dressed in traditional Muslim garb including a full beard.

You can browse Twilight “fan fiction” forums and find more compelling storylines and complex characters than that. Fortunately, even the critics are getting bored with these propaganda films, and reviews have been overwhelmingly mediocre.

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