TOUGH GUYS STALLONE, ARNOLD, AND STATHAM – TIME TO RETHINK YOUR CAREERS?

It’s no secret that we are NOT fond of action movies, so we were fascinated to see that Sylvester Stallone’s “Bullet to the Head” was a flop this weekend. Especially since Arnold Schwarzenegger’s “The Last Stand” and Jason Statham’s “Parker” also failed miserably at the box office recently. Is this a trend? We sure hope so. We have always lamented the beautiful cars that are routinely wrecked in such movies. Not to mention the gunfire, deafening explosions, and bloody deaths. But worst of all were the egos of the leading men engaged in these activities. Even vampires are preferable to those testosterone fueled “strong silent types.”

10 thoughts on “TOUGH GUYS STALLONE, ARNOLD, AND STATHAM – TIME TO RETHINK YOUR CAREERS?

  1. Now, these guys should talk. They made millions of dollars making movies that were so violent with machine guns etc. They can’t even get a crowd of people at the movie theatres. Who wants to see them, they are over the hill. What they need to talk about is making a movie that would be a comedy and not preach about the 2nd ammendment.

  2. bbbbuuuuuut janet, it is still ok for the ashkenazi to use rockets to kill children while in school. Use america as a proxy to send american soldiers now killing themselves and each other to kill brown people overseas. Use a muslim president to kill muslim people. Use tax payers money to kill people overseas and buying countries like Egypt, Syria, Lybia making it a NWO. Guys using guns in movies is nothing compare to those bigger guns, besides this weekend was superbowl weekend. It was stupid in the movie studio part to put out any movie during superbowl.

  3. I’d rather see a good action film anytime than a stupid vampire/werewolf movie and the other crap Hollyweird puts out now! However, I won’t see any more Stallone movies after he came out against the 2nd amendment and I won’t go see Parker because J Ho is in it.

  4. even after Newtown movies like this are still made. that said, I did go see it, it’s what I expected from Stallone.

  5. I think the CT shootings have changed the conversation about guns and violence as entertainment. Give me a movie w/ a great script and good acting (just watched A Patch of Blue) and I’m a happy girl. 🙂

  6. All of them need to hang it up. None are decent actors. Just tools and puppets of the corporate owned media to promote crap, violence, and mindless consumerism.

  7. I have no doubt they will continue to make stupid movies like this because eventually they make money on DVD or on demand.

    As for gun violence, after Newtown gun sales skyrocketed here in Massachusetts. I just shake my head in disbelief.

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