Tuesday, March 07, 2006

Brokeback's McMurtry Accuses Academy of Rural Discrimination

You know, only a fag would complain about not winning a little gold man statue.

Brokeback Mountain co-writer Larry McMurty believes urban drama "Crash" beat his film to the Best Picture Award, because Academy members discriminate against rural stories.

I'm sure the academy likes movies set in the city more than movies set in the mountains. Or maybe it was the whole gay cowboy movie wasn't as easily related to as the prejudice movie.

And quit bitching or you're going to ruin it for all those faggot sequels being planned. The academy won't want to nominate another gay movie, like a story about two male astronaunts who just can't hide their love for each other on the moon, if the gays are going to claim discrimination everytime they lose. Suck it up girls.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

nothing against gays but I'm glad that movie didn't win, who needs a shit load of the same movies or worse, a string of old movie done over with a gay twist...the THING,
where all the men at the north pole
hate each other until this thing from space shows them how to love each other and learn how to design window treatments. you know how hollywood doesn't have an orginal idea...they could run with this one forever.

March 07, 2006 10:58 AM  
Blogger f.b.i.t.c. said...

A remake of the classic 'ALIEN' you mean, where the face huggers don't jump on your face anymore, they wait 'till you turn around and bend down to look at something else then......WHAM!!! You get the picture.

I'll leave it to your imagination to decide where the little bugger who burst outta John Hurt's chest comes from now. . . . . . . . .

March 08, 2006 4:44 AM  

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