At this stage in the movement for Euro-American survival, it is vital that we begin to assemble our own media libraries filled with content that we can watch repeatedly - content that will gradually isolate us from the surrounding popular culture, and allow us to pay a smaller share of our incomes to the entertainment industry.
It is absolutely vital that we cancel our cable subscriptions, but that is extremely difficult to do unless we have quality media libraries as a substitute. Equally important, we need reliable information as to the movies you can rent or buy without fear of encountering the worst forms of negative conditioning messages and images.
In general, the media attack against us has three principal thrusts:
- A. Getting us to accept and feel comfortable with the Hollywood image of ourselves as stupid, incompetent, insensitive, boorish, promiscuous and cowardly - all as a means of getting us to submit to our subordinate role in the multi-cultural scheme.
B. Getting us to accept and feel comfortable with the notion that we are not valid human beings unless we are in the company of negroes and being supervised and managed by the Hollywood image of the all-knowing, wise, and sexually disinterested negro.
C. Getting us to accept non-whites as attractive sexual partners by constantly portraying interracial laisons, and especially, by promoting the Hollywood image of the inner party male as the only sensitive and understanding partner for White females, and by promoting the Hollywood image of the black male as the only verile, agressive and masculine partner for White females.
But because of our own inborn aesthetic preferences and the need for Hollywood to make money by appealing to those preferences, the product of the entertainment industry is a mix - some very good for us, and much that is terrible. The problem is information. For example, for the girls in your household, Anne of Green Gables and Anne of Avonlea are outstanding. For the boys we have October Sky, Master and Commander - Far Side of the World, and Zulu.
By far, the movie that is the most subversive of the multi-culti hedonistic culture is Anne of Green Gables, which shows how peasant farmers lived back in Edwardian times (1899-1911) before culture destruction and multi-culturalism grabbed us by the short hairs - a stark contrast to what we have today!
But the DVD gives us control of our culture once we have adequate information, as the disks being sold are essentially immortal given reasonable care, and can be shared with friends and neighbors and watched repeatedly. This sharing and repeat watching will have the effect of isolating us from the popular culture, and at the same time it will diminish the revenues of the entertainment industry which is, for the most part, a conscious attacker, and the single largest threat to our collective survival.
Further, once we have these films on DVD, the culture destruction machine loses the option of sending these favorable images down the memory hole as they have so many of the politically incorrect westerns.
The list that follows is the beginning of my effort to provide this information. The ideal that we seek - the positive criteria for inclusion (in addition to significant entertainment value) are any of the following, either alone or in combination:
- 1. Positive portrayal of whites in defense against the depredations of liberalism, crime, and attack by alien races.
2. Positive portrayal of heterosexual relationships and sex, marriage, procreation and child rearing.
3. Positive portrayal of impulse control and behavioral restraint - consideration of the feelings of others and of community mores. Positive portrayal of initiative, hard work, achievement, sacrifice for the common good, - discrimination, self discipline, and sexual patience in mate selection.
4. Portrayals of white males as intelligent, sensitive and strong - in positive leadership roles and or romantic leads.
5. Particularly intense portrayals of white female beauty, in non-degrading roles.
- 1. Disgusting scatological imagery or excessive vulgarity (Belle de Jour, Mall Rats, Van Wilder, American Pie, Road Trip, etc, ad infinitem).
2. Sympathetic or attempted erotic portrayal of homosexual and lesbian conduct and themes, and non-critical portrayals of violent sex (The Election, Mulholland Drive - Leaving Las Vegas).
3. Period pieces with so much un-historical overt sexuality or depravity that they amount to revisionist denials of 20th Century cultural decline. (Numerous examples, but Elizabeth with Cate Blanchett is typical of the genre as is Cold Mountain.)
4. Portrayal of White males as stupid losers or sadistic criminals. (Too numerous to mention)
5. Romantic comedies which portray visibly IP males as sensitive loving types who are worthy of the shiksa's heart, as contrasted with their brutal and insensitive White male competitors. (Where the Heart Is - with Natalie Portman ironically playing the Shiksa, all Adam Sandler and most Seth Green and Ben Stiller movies).
6. Interracial sex, romance, and marriage propaganda (The King and I, South Pacific, Love is a Many Splendored Thing, Guess Who's Coming to Dinner, View to a Kill, Save the Last Dance, Road Trip, The Fast and The Furious.)
7. The theme that Whites are not valid humans unless they have the all-knowing and wise Negro managing, leading or helping them. (To Sir with Love, Save the Last Dance, almost all Denzel Washington movies)
8. Negative portrayals of Christianity or the Catholic Church (The Blues Brothers).
Context is everything.
In addition, there are three movies listed below with offensive scenes which are gratuitous to the plot and are very brief. For those of you who make personal backup copies - the scenes are easily edited out of the movie. Therefore I have included them because other content and themes outweigh the objectionable scene.
My objective is to list 1000 films - a very substantial library. I only have 150 for you right now. I need your help, email me with suggestions and your reasons for inclusion.
The symbol "**" indicates a "must have" movie.
The symbol "WNT" means "White Nationalist Treasure."
The symbol "WNC" means "White Nationalist Classic."
The symbol "NC" means a nationalist classic of other peoples with valuable lessons for us.
The ratings G,A, and R are my own and not Hollywood's.
"R" is a movie that you don't want your children to see - included on this list for its political content (Clockwork Orange, Training Day, Fritz the Cat).
"A" is a movie that has more sexual content and bad language than may be healthy for children (Last Days of Disco, Bonfire of the Vanities).
"G" is a movie broadly acceptable to fundamentalist Christians. However, a G rating will include adult movies that will not be understandable for children (Babbett's Feast) and will include tastefully done nudity within a marital relationship (Braveheart, Romeo and Juliet) including common law marriage (Blue Lagoon). Most of the movies on this list are "G"
Unrated movies are those that I cannot remember well enough, or have not yet seen.
New Additions, in no particular order - yet to be assigned a category
- July. 11, 2008 Additions.
Bella Marta (mistranslated as "Mostly Martha") - German with English Subtitles - **WNC G
A work obsessed female German chef is induced to accept love and family in this charming romantic comedy contrasting differing European outlooks and backgrounds.
Under The Sun - Swedish with English Subtitles - **WNT** G
A heartwarming romance between a 40 year old virgin farmer and a city gal who answers his ad for a housekeeper - a devastating yet subtle attack on modern morals and American popular culture. A "must see."
Central Station - Portugese with English Subtitles - G
A Brazilian classic in which a cynical letter writer sells an orphaned boy for underground adoption, but repents by helping him to find his runaway father.
Mar. 16, 2008 Additions.
Apocalypse Now (Theatrical Release) - Martin Sheen, Marlon Brando - **WNC A
Francis Ford Coppola's masterpiece about the Vietnam War, with a graphic portrait of the multiple levels of decay that set in when an imperial power attempts to re-form an alien race.
Never Been Kissed - Drew Barrymore, Michael Vartan - A
An entertaining romance giving us an adult twist on the "teen angst" theme as well as a clear eyed view of the newspaper business.
To Catch a Thief (Collector's Edition) - Grace Kelly, Cary Grant - G
An aesthetic masterpiece, as Hitchcock manages to unleash Grace Kelly's beauty and manipulative charm to the fullest in this romance in drag as a mystery.
Superman Returns - Brandon Routh, Kate Bosworth - G
A very entertaining superhero film, with an outstanding performance by Kate Bosworth as Lois Lane, as the nature and purpose of Superman is fleshed out with a remarkable number of allusions to Christian gospel.
An Ideal Husband - Blachett, Northam, Driver, Everett - G
A charming and witty romantic comedy, in which a veneer of aristocratic decadence is pierced to reveal honor amoung scoundrels as this adaptation of Oscar Wilde's play walks a fine line between forgiveness of the past and moral relativism.
The Importance of Being Earnest - Firth, Witherspoon, Everett, Dench - G
A witty and entertaining romantic comedy/farce based on the Oscar Wilde play of the same name.
The Winslow Boy - Rebecca Pidgeon, Jeremy Northam - G
An outstanding period piece study in upper middle class obsession, with a fascinating romatic duel between a liberal feminist and a conservative barrister.
Cinderella Man - Russell Crowe, Renée Zellweger - **WNC G
A fanstastic depression era sports movie build around a powerful married couple romance with intensly positive conditioning messages and topped off by the ultimate defeat of the murderous giant with the star of david on his trunks.
And God Created Woman - Brigitte Bardot (French with Subtitles) - **WNC A
The beta-male husband of the town slut tolerates her behavior - even her sleeping with his callous older brother - until he catches her dancing with negroes, causing him to shoot a wealthy interloper and hit his wife several times. After he asserts his dominance, she follows him home to live happily ever after. Outspoken WN Brigitte Bardot at her georgeous prime. A must see.
Mar. 2, 2008 Additions.
Second Hand Lions - Michael Caine, Robert Duvall, Haley Joel Osment- **WNC - G
A heartwarming comedy with lots of positive conditioning messages for adults and children.
Fever Pitch - Drew Barrymore, Jimmy Fallon - A
A charming romance in which love conquers the obsessive behavior of a rabid baseball fan.
Dreamer - Kurt Russell, Dakota Fanning, - G
Charming story about the rehabilitation of a racehorse and the family that owns it.
Planes, Trains and Automobiles - Steve Martin, John Candy - G
A comedy about stranded travellers that is funny and sad at the same time. A brilliant script with great character development.
Weird Science - Kelly LeBrock, Michael Anthony Hall - G
Brilliant coming-of-age comedy/fantasy with one of the most gorgeous actresses ever to grace the silver screen. Filled with positive conditioning messages.
The Illusionist - Edward Norton, Jessica Biel - G
An excellent period piece mystery/romance.
Mozart and the Whale - Josh Hartnett, Radha Mitchell - G
A warm hearted romance involving two people overcoming the limitations imposed on them by Asperger's syndrome.
A Walk to Remember - Shane West, Mandy Moore **WNC - G
A tear jerker teen romance with a favorable portrayal of the Christian way of life. The black friend is realistically portrayed as constantly badgering white girls for sex.
The Scarlet Pimpernel - Anthony Andrews, Jane Seymour, - G
An entertaining romantic comedy which gives us an excellent portrait of the savagery of the French Revolution.
Feb. 23, 2008 Additions.
Kate and Leopold - Hugh Jackman, Meg Ryan - G
A time travel romance which gets our aesthetic right and is very popular with the ladies.
The Very Thought of You - Monica Potter, Joseph Fiennes - **WNC - A
A very appealing romance in which two lonely hearts overcome the emptiness of a hostile popular culture portrayed as an obstacle to success and happiness.
Venus - Peter O'Toole - **WNC - A
A teenage girl dumbed down and rendered useless by the popular culture undergoes a rehabilitation at the hands of a very old actor who does in real life what the rennaisance masters did on canvas, namely, bring out the beauty in an otherwise ordinary girl. Stunningly brilliant movie.
In the Land of Women - Adam Brody, Kristen Stewart, Meg Ryan - A
A surprisingly offbeat, insightful and entertaining movie which examines a range of male-female relationships, and the biggest surprise (given the pedigree of its producer) is the lack of negative conditioning messages.
Ever After - Drew Barrymore - G
A charming retelling of the Cinderella story with character development and romantic development.
Grand Hotel - John Barrymore, Greta Garbo, Joan Crawford 1933 - A
Another classic. Joan Crawford is magnificent.
L.A. Confidential - Russell Crowe, Guy Pierce, Kim Basinger - A
A raw and compelling look at the early days of the cesspool which slowly reshaped the culture and mores of America in the 20th Century, with strong positive male leads.
2001 Space Odyssey - Hal the computer - **WNC - G
Perhaps Stanley Kubrick's finest film, this evolutionist classic gets the White European aesthetic exactly right, as Hal the computer absorbs all the devious passive-agressive characteristics of the bureaucrats who created and operate him and takes them to new heights in an effort to prevent the next great leap forward for Dave.
The Bounty - Mel Gibson, Anthony Hopkins - **WNC - A
Race mixing gone wrong in this classic study of the collision between the European and polynesian races. A surplus of women due to high male mortality produces the fuel for a siren's song with fatal power. A remarkable portrait of a society in which every activity is ritualized, carried out in groups, and directed by the chief.
Rollover - Jane Fonda, Chris Kristofferson - **WNC - A
This campy 1980's classic is limited by Fonda's acting ability, but is nonetheless remarkable for laying out in graphic and dramatic detail just how vulnerable our highly leveraged financial institutions are to alien lenders who can refuse to "roll over" their deposits at any time.
Music and Lyrics - Hugh Grant, Drew Barrymore - **WNC - A
A remarkable romantic comedy which exposes the ridiculousness of the popular culture, as a 1980's has been rock star and a young woman drafted into the song writing profession by accident cope with its realities.
National Velvet - Elizabeth Taylor, Mickey Rooney - G
A heartwarming classic tale of a girl and her horse, and a panoply of second chances all of which end well. Filled with favorable conditioning messages. Elizabeth Taylor is a pleasant surprise in her pre-teen years.
I Know Where I'm Going - Dame Wendy Hiller - Criterion Collection - 1947 **WNC - G
A romance with Wendy Hiller at her prime, and a priceless recording of the accents, music, dancing and customs of Scots living in the Hebrides Islands before the homogenizing influence of the mass media.
Bobby Jones, Stroke of Genius - James Caviezel, Claire Forlani - G
An inspiring golf story about the man who won the grand slam of golf as an amateur and founded the Augusta National Golf Club and the Masters Tournament.
Dear Frankie - Emily Mortimer, Gerard Butler - G
A marvelous and heartwarming film about a mother writing letters to her deaf mute son pretending to be from his father. The boy's voiceover has a remarkably heavy Scottish accent.
Saint Ralph - Adam Butcher, Cambell Scott - G
A wonderful movie about a 14 year old boy who tries to win the Boston Marathon in a miracle that might pull his mother out of a coma. Unique as a pre-culture destruction period piece that gives us a basically sympathetic portrait Catholics and Catholicism.
Explicit WN Films
- Birth of a Nation - D.W. Griffith, 1915 **WNT** G
All the evils of racial integration which Griffith portrays in this first feature length movie ever made have since come to pass, as the race-conscious unity of White America failed to hold.
The Line in the Sand - October Sun Films, 2005 **WNT** G
A spectacularly illuminating film on the immigration invasion with Dr. Kevin MacDonald laying much of the blame on the IP. A bit long for a documentary, but otherwise as good as it gets.
Race Realism - The "Easterns" (Amerind conflict East of the Mississippi)
- Allegheny Uprising - John Wayne, Claire Trevor - **WNT** G
Race traitor merchants selling guns to Indians in pre-Revolution Pennsylvania with the connivance of the British. Source of the famous quote; "The only good Indian is a dead Indian."
Distant Drums - Gary Cooper, Mari Alden - G
Gary Cooper leads U.S. Army troops into the Everglades against the warring Seminole Indians and rescues a White woman held captive by the Indians. Slightly flawed by gratuitous multi-culti "Indian Princess" nonsense appended to the script.
Drums Along the Mohawk - Henry Fonda, Claudette Colbert - ** WNC G
The Brits stir up the Indians to fight against Revolutionary War colonists.
The Light in the Forest - Fess Parker, James MacArthur, Carol Linley - Rare VHS **WNC - G
An early Disney examination of what it means to be a White man, as a youth taken from his murdered parents by Amerinds and raised as one of them is reunited with his family and is motivated to shed his Amerind ways by his attraction to a young White girl.
Northwest Passage - Spencer Tracy - Rare VHS **WNC G
Savage battles with Indians in this pre-Revolution era classic, and the only "Eastern" which is not also a romance.
The Unconquered - Gary Cooper, Paulette Goddard - **WNT** G
Unique movie - slavery of Whites in pre-revolution America called by its real name - explicit as "Birth of a Nation" - Cooper kills the race traitor merchant selling guns to the Indians and gets the girl in this Cecil B. DeMille classic.
Race Realism - Westerns (Amerind conflict West of the Mississippi)
- Arrowhead - Charlton Heston **WNT** G
East Coast educated Indian returns home full of hate and genocidal delusions.
The Comancheros - John Wayne **WNC G
Mixed race gang of White and mestizo "Comancheros" selling guns to Indians are wiped out by a Band of Texas Rangers who get help from the leader's daughter in love with a New Orleans gambler turned Ranger.
Fort Apache - John Wayne, Henry Fonda, Shirley Temple - DVD China **WNC G
Foolish commander (Fonda) gets killed by Indians - Shirley Temple still a child at age 22
The Missing - Tommy Lee Jones, Cate Blanchett **WNC G
Race traitor dad repents and helps daughter rescue granddaughter from Indian/multicult gang stealing White girls. White members of Indian/Multicult gang correctly portrayed as subordinate toadies.
Red River - John Wayne, Montgomery Clift **WNC G
Brilliant character study by John Ford - very edgy - with Indian Skirmishes
The Plainsman - Jean Arthur, Gary Cooper **WNC G
(Race traitor East Coast elites sell repeating rifles to the Indians in this Cecil B. DeMille classic.)
Pony Express - Charlton Heston - Rare VHS **WNC G
Race traitor merchants selling guns to the Indians again - gorgeous female co-stars.
The Quick and the Dead - Sam Elliott, Kate Capshaw **WNC G
This entertaining western romance by Louis L'Amour presents us with a fascinating study in the wildly different and extreme genetic expressions of psychology and identity in two White-Indian halfbreeds, one of which fights the other to save an extreme genetic expression of European female beauty and her son.
Rio Grande - John Wayne, Maureen O'Hara **WNT** G
Colonel's estranged wife arrives at his fort in Apache country - moving love story.
River of No Return - Marilyn Monroe, Robert Mitchum **WNC G
Marilyn Monroe at her best in this western romance, as attacking indians force Monroe and Mitchum to ride a raft down dangerous rapids. Suprisingly good movie once past the somewhat corny introductory theme song.
The Searchers - John Wayne **WNT** G
Confederate hold-out spends 6 years rescuing niece from Indians who steal White girls and massacre all others.
Stage Coach - John Wayne, Claire Trevor **WNC G
Indian masacres and "a fate worse than death" in this early example of the "good hearted prostitute" genre of Hollywood romance.
Ulzana's Raid - Burt Lancaster - Rare DVD **WNT** G
Apache torture and mutilation of White settlers shown in graphic detail and explained in detail as a racial characteristic. They are what they are - and Christianity is shown to be a "White thing." Spectacularly explicit movie, with only very expensive used DVDs still available.
Union Pacific - Barbara Stanwyck, Joel McCrea - ** WNC G
Intense politics of manifest destiny - promotion of vice as a competitive strategy, shades of the Frankfurt School - and fascinating Indian battle in this Cecil B. DeMille classic.
War Arrow - Jeff Chandler, Maureen O'Hara **WNC G
Mexican landholders and former Confederate officer stir up Indians against the Union.
Race Realism - Africa and Africans (Unpleasant truths)
- Africa Addio - directors cut, Italian with subtitles **WNT** A
(A paradigm shifting experience - you will never be the same after seeing this.)
Anatomy of a Riot - A&E - rare VHS **WNT** G
(1992 Los Angeles Riots with Afro-Americans behaving like Africans everywhere.)
Black Hawk Down - Josh Hartnett, et. al. **WNT** G
(Africans make racial nature of conflict explicit while Whites are instruced to be obedient, unquestioning heros.)
The Comedians - Richard Burton, Elizabeth Taylor - **WNT** G
(Afro-Caribbeans being themselves in the murderous "failed state" of Haiti.)
The Dogs of War - Christopher Walken **WNC G
(Euro-mercenaries battle to rescue a failed African state.)
The Ghost and The Darkness - Val Kilmer, Michael Douglas **WNC G
(The heterogeneous races of sub-Saharan Africans working on a late 19th Century African railroad flee the forces of nature in the form of two man-eating lions, while the English engineer struggles to dominate nature and the lions.)
Hotel Rwanda - Don Cheadle, Nick Nolte - **WNC G
A rescue drama during a graphically portrayed genocide in Africa was doubtless intended to stir White guilt and provoke Western intervention, but has the opposite effect of making Africa look like a hopeless, violent quagmire. Unfortunately, obvious physical and mental differences between Tutsi and Hutu are masked through use of mixed race actors and actresses.
Live and Let Die - Roger Moore, Jane Seymour (60 second ugly scene, otherwise fantastic) **WNC A
(Afro-Caribbeans as horrifying monsters in this James Bond classic in which Bond steals the White girl from a black drug cartel.)
The Naked Prey - Cornel Wilde - Rare VHS **WNC G
(Africans pursue White safari guide in trial by combat, African style.)
The Wild Geese - Richard Burton, Roger Moore **G
(Euro-mercenaries battle to rescue an African leader and are betrayed by their paymaster.)
Zulu - Stanley Baker, Michael Caine **WNT** G
(5000 Zulu battle 100 Brits - Nineteenth Century heroism and single shot cyclical rate of fire!)
- Naked Jungle - Charlton Heston, Eleanor Parker **WNC G
(Amazon Jungle, blow guns, poison darts, shrunken heads and ant swarms - Eleanor Parker is fantastic!)
Mogambo - Clark Gable, Grace Kelly, Ava Gardner **WNC G
(Africans called "boy" - love triangle on safari - a John Ford classic.)
Shalako - Sean Connery, Brigitte Bardot - **WNC G
(European Aristocrat tourists provoke battles with American Indians - the importance of bathing for civilized romance.)
Outcast of the Islands - 1951 Trevor Howard - (100 minute version) extremely rare VHS **WNT** G
(The outcast is sent to live among primitive Asians following theft from his White employer in Singapore. To win the companionship of a native girl, he then betrays his White mentor's trade secrets to competing Arabs, who then drive the girl's tribe and the outcast up river to a degraded life as hunters and gatherers, in this portrait of individual and group betrayal and descent into barbarism written by Joseph Conrad.)
Lost in Translation - Bill Murray, Scarlett Johannson - **WNC A
(Isolation, alienation and romance on a visit to modern Japan, with powerful anti-Hollywood accents.)
Swiss Family Robinson - Disney 1960 - **WNC G
(Shipwrecked Swiss family innovates, survives, finds romance and fights Asian pirate gang.)
Band of Angels - Clark Gable, Yvonne De Carlo - **WNC G
(Intended as an integrationist polemic in 1957, a different message appears in 2005 - the hopelessness of race relations - as friendship with Blacks, and especially miscegenation, only intensify group conflict. Kindness makes matters worse.)
Vanity Fair - A&E/BBC two volume set **WNC G
(Explicit preference for White Women on the part of three White male leads shapes the plot in this dramatization of Thakery's savage attack on 19th Century status seeking behaviors - great movie!)
Proof of Life - Russell Crowe, Meg Ryan **WNT** G
(Deluded liberals attempting to civilize the jungle suffer a kidnap for ransom and need rescue, as they receive an education at the hand of brutal white-hating Latin American Indians while they wait. You can take the bunny out of the jungle, but ----.)
His Girl Friday - Cary Grant, Rosalind Russell (1940) **WNC G
(This famous fast paced classic romance is actually more of a political drama, as it deals with the power of the press to swing elections, and the need for politicians and prosecutors to hang an innocent White man in order to appease the black vote.)
- The Great Raid - James Franco, Joseph Fiennes **WNC G
(Katz and the Weinstein brothers make a movie that is temporarily in their interest and permanently in ours, as they celebrate and encourage White heroism in this action movie about the rescue of 500 U.S. POWs from the Japanese in the Phillipines. Japanese are portrayed as murderous and sadistic, and there is not a black face anywhere to be seen.)
55 Days at Peking - Charlton Heston, Ava Gardner, David Niven - DVD China **WNC G
(Rampaging Chinese "Boxers" killing all Whites they can find - Western embassy guard units fight back.)
El Cid - Charlton Heston, Sophia Loren - DVD China **WNC G
(Rodrigo Diaz drives the North Africans out of Nothern Spain, with action that overwhelms occasional "tolerance" plugs.)
An Innocent Man - Tom Selleck **WNC A
(Brutally honest portrayal of racial dynamics inside prison - unique movie.)
Andrei Rublev - (Russian with English Subtitles) Criterion DVD **WNT** A
(Russians against Tartars in this grand and very rough epic of Russian nationalism - not a "date" movie and not easy to understand!)
Oliver Twist - David Lean's 1951 production - Criterion DVD **WNC G
(Sir Alec Guiness' portrayal of the Jewish character Fagin - with the huge nose and effeminate lisp - causes this outstanding dramatic adaptation of Charles Dickens' novel to be placed in the race realism category, the 12 minutes of his performance which was cut as a condition of the movie's 1953 release in the U.S. having been restored by Criterion.)
- Bladerunner - Rutger Hauer, Darryl Hannah, Harrison Ford **WNT** G
(Vision of our future - Slave race engineered with Aryan DNA more human than their multi-culti creators.)
They Live - Roddy Piper **WNC G
(The aliens who control us through the electronic media are much uglier in this movie than in real life.)
Escape from New York - Kurt Russell, Issac Hayes **WNC A
(Manhattan so overrun with crime that govt. makes it a prison colony run by Blacks.)
- Bonfire of the Vanities - Bruce Willis, Tom Hanks, Melanie Griffith **WNT** A
(Heebie prosecutors and Black race hustlers nail the Wasp - Remarkably explicit portrait of corruption and of the anti-white political dynamic in America. Very entertaining!)
The Way We Live Now David Suchet, Matthew MacFadyen, Paloma Baeza BBC - G **WNT**
A marvelous adaptation of the Anthony Trollope novel, with a surprisingly open and direct treatment of the Jewish con artist playing to simple minded WASP greed and submissivness. Fantastic film.
Crash - Sandra Bullock, Mat Dillon, Ludicris, Ryan Phillipe **WNT** A
(Multiculturalism corrupts whomsoever it touches - causing misery and unhappiness - as this breakthrough movie shows Whites refusing to perform the well coreographed dance of polite tolerance which holds our volatile society together. Even the sex scene between Black and Mestiza degenerates into racial bickering.)
Santa Fe Trail - Flynn, Reagan, DeHavilland - **WNT** G
(Errol Flynn and Ronald Reagan battle murderous egalitarian fanatics!)
People I Know - Al Pacino **WNC R
(Ugly nature of modern liberalism explosed as billionaire Heebies running a boom boom room of vice struggle with Blacks and goy opportunists to dominate the Racial Extortion Coalition!)
Death Wish - Charles Bronson **WNC A
(NYC liberal, mugged by reality, takes up a gun to take back the streets in this vigilante classic!)
School Daze - Spike Lee **WNC A
(Group competion between light skinned "wannabes" and dark skinned "jigaboos" at a Black college inadvertently dramatizes the futility of race mixing as a conflict reducing strategy - as the preference for genetic self-similarity leads differing shades of "Black" to form new, competing "races" in this Spike Lee classic!)
- Lost Children of Rockdale County - A&E - rare VHS **WNT** G
(A syphylis epidemic amoung White 13 and 14 year old suburban girls sparks a study of early teen group sex, which shows that girls acquire power and prestige by doing this, and that one wealthy White male hired blacks to intimidate his White competitors with payment in cash and in sexual access to the young White girls. Our multicultural society in microcosm.)
- Gunga Din - Cary Grant, Douglas Fairbanks Jr. ** WNC G
(White heroism at its finest against fanatical Moslem sect in 19th Century India - annoying brief multicult ending.)
Lives of a Bengal Lancer - Gary Cooper **WNC G
(Cavalry operation from colonial India deep into Afganistan)
The Four Feathers - 1939 John Clements **WNC G
(White heroism in the Black Sudan.)
Khartoum - Charlton Heston, Laurence Olivier **WNC G
(General Gordon tries to hold Karthoum in Sudan against fanatical Mahdi, and is betrayed by imperial politics.)
Lawrence of Arabia - Peter O'Toole, **WNC A
(Lawrence organizes the Bedouin tribes against the Turks during WW1 - a stunningly beautiful movie.)
Race Realism - Revolutions
- Battle of Algiers - French with Italian titles and English subtitles, **WNC A
(In this graphic portrayal of a low-intensity war between civilian populations of differing race, the race which remains dependent on the other for cheap labor wins the battles but loses the war.)
- East West - Catherine Deneuve (French w Subtitles) **WNC G
(Murderous nature of Bolshevism - with ethnic driver clearly portrayed but not named!)
Lost City - Andy Garcia - **WNC - G
A romance which paints an outstanding portrait of the tyranny of Castro's Cuba. Andy Garcia's deft casting clearly shows a racial dimension to the conflict.
Balzac and the Little Chinese Seamstress - Chinese with subtitles - **NC - A
A spectacular Chinese film about the impact of Mao's cultural revolution, which had the opposite effect from the one Mao intended, as the intellectuals sent to labor in the countryside transform the peasants and broaden their horizons through sly subterfuges. A classic and highly personal critique of communism in operation.
Doctor Zhivago - Omar Sharif, Julie Christie - G
A timeless classic dramatization of the Boris Pasternak novel, with superb casting and with that ethereal beauty, Julie Christie, at her prime. A must see movie.
The Lives of Others - German with subtitles - **WNC - A
A spectacular film about the East German Stasi before the Berlin Wall came down. An unvarnished look at the socialist ideal in practice as opposed to the fine sounding theory.
The Tunnel - German with subtitles - **WNC - A
Another spectacular German film about a mass rescue of Germans from the East sector.
Il Postino - Italian with subtitles - ** WNC - G
A peasant fisherman on a small Italian Island is drawn to a famous communist poet and to communism so he could learn to talk to girls, with tragic consequences.
- The Italian - Russian with English Subtitles - G **WNT**
A gritty and powerful look at life in a modern Russian home for abandoned children, where an incredibly charming little boy scheduled to be adopted by an Italian family runs away to find his unwed Russian mother. A film financed by the Russian Ministry of Culture targeted with remarkable skill at 20 something females to get their "baby juices" flowing.
Le Pappillon (The Butterfly) - French with English Subtitles - G **WNT**
A powerful and heart warming portrait of a little girl and an elderly male butterfly collecting neighbor who feels obliged to provide a protective backstop to the little girl's irresponsible and self-absorbed unwed mother. An overpowering critique of culture destruction in one of the best acting jobs ever from a child actress. Financed by the French ministry of culture.
Vitus - German with English Subtitles - G **WNT**
The challenge and rewards of raising a child prodigy are on display in this charming and funny masterpiece of a movie. A film targeted squarely at the upper end of the European IQ spectrum with the message that not having a child might deprive the world of its next Mozart. Financed by the Swiss culture ministry.
Argent du Poche (Small Change) - French with English Subtitles - G **WNC
This remarkable movie has no plot but is a collection of short vignettes featuring the most adorable little white children you have ever seen, in yet another of the recent race specific European "fertility films."
Mother of Mine - Finnish and Swedish with English subtitles - G **WNC
One of 70,000 Finnish children sent to Sweden for safety during WWII is temporarily adopted by a Swedish family, in yet another European fertility film which focuses on the emotional satisfactions of children and a bit less on their aesthetic attractions.
Nobody Knows - Japanese with English Subtitles - G **NC
Four children of of a Japanese "party girl" are abandoned and live a feral existence undetected by neighbors or authorities, in this Japanese "fertility film" which attempts to implant into the urban consciousness, the protective and procreative impulses of the tribal village. A powerful film.
- Doctor No 1962 - Sean Connery, Ursula Andress - A
The very first Bond movie, and a classic
From Russia With Love 1963 - Sean Connery, Daniela Bianchi - **WNC A
One of the best of the Bond series - Bianchi is fantastic!
Goldfinger 1964 - Sean Connery,
Thunderball 1965 - Sean Connery, Claudine Auger
You Only Live Twice Sean Connery
White Films - A Study of Revolutions
- Braveheart - Mel Gibson - **WNT** G
(Classic tribal peasants' revolt with opposition from the bought off tribal nobles - a magnificent movie.)
Luther - Joseph Fiennes - **WNT** G
(Classic revolution from the top - magnificent movie!)
Cromwell - Richard Harris **WNT** G
(Classic tribal (East Anglia) revolt from the middle - magnificent movie!)
Johnny Tremain - Disney - Rare VHS **WNC G
(Another revolution from the middle - focusing on political organizing in the American Revolution. Your kids will never understand what a "Minuteman" is unless they watch this film!)
The Patriot - Mel Gibson **WNC G
(Another revolution from the middle - guerrilla warfare in the American Revolution.)
Gods and Generals - Robert Duvall, Stephen Lang **WNT** G
(A territorial rebellion - and the key to understanding why so many with no stake in slavery fought to defend their land - gripping and emotional masterpiece.)
Fight Club - Brad Pitt, Edward Norton, **WNC A
(Formula for rebellion against de-racinated, flabby, atomized, consumer society cleverly disguised as a psychodrama.)
- The Warlord - Charlton Heston, Richard Boone - Rare VHS **WNC G
(Eleventh century Christian Knight sent to defend a borderland with Christian and pagan inhabitants must grapple with issues of loyalty, religion, and social cohesion as he maintains power in this unique portrayal of the beginning of the process of tribal amalgamation in Europe.)
The Last Valley - Michael Caine, Omar Sharif **WNT** A
(As the murderous fury of the 30 years war between Catholic and Protestant is exhausting itself, a Captain finds a hidden valley which offers refuge for the winter, confronts and subordinates the local chiefs, and finds his lust for life and a woman increasing as his lust for combat decreases - remarkable movie.)
The Wicker Man - Edward Woodward, Christopher Lee **WNC A
(Christian policeman assumes pagan island rejects Christianity in order to do evil to one another, ignoring numerous warning flags of intense social cohesion and strict "law of the manor" which make the story that lured him to the island highly improbable.)
Eyes Wide Shut - Nicole Kidman, Tom Cruise **WNC R
(Shifting to modern times, we see how the Inner Party maintains power over competing elites by providing them with a roving "boom boom room" of vice, and protecting its secrecy though terror - Kubrick's swan song.)
The Golden Bowl - Beckinsale, Thurman, Nolte, Northam **WNC A
(A turn-of-the century billionaire and his daughter show remarkable talents for controlling the chessboard in life and love in this brilliant staging of Henry James' novel of the same name.)
Apt Pupil - Ian McKellen, Brad Renfro **WNC G
(Former Nazi camp comandant in hiding teaches a high school valedictorian to allow others to project qualities onto himself and then use those projections to control their actions to his advantage.)
The Edge - Anthony Hopkins, Alec Baldwin **WNC G
(The "beautiful people" dependent upon acquisitive billionaire in civilization remain dependent upon him for survival in the wilderness when a man-eating grizzly interrupts their murderous scheme - a profoundly anti-egalitarian movie.)
A History of Violence - Vigo Mortenson, Maria Bello **WNC A
(This movie breaks Hollywood's first law by portraying sex within a monogamous marriage as exciting and fulfilling - a marriage which is tested when the need for self defense exposes the husband's exceptional talent for killing. A fascinating study of the dual nature of the male, in a movie which is overtly pro-small town and overtly pro-family.)
The Most Dangerous Game - Joel McRae, Fay Ray, Leslie Banks, 1932 Criterion DVD **WNC A
(A displaced Russian Count hunts human prey on a deserted island in this adaptation of a famous short story by Richard Connell. Remarkable examination of what it means to hunt and to kill in this dramatic triumph of romantic love over exploitative possession.)
- Broadcast News - William Hurt **G
(Dependence of the goy "face man" on the writers and producers behind camera who hold the real power. A classic!)
The Truman Show - Jim Carey **WNC G
(Are we all really in Truman's shoes? - Are we really any less constrained or controlled than Truman? - A classic study in the new, softer, Frankfort School form of totalitarian control!)
Wag the Dog - **WNC G
(Waddya mean it didn't happen! I saw it on TV!! - We can be made to believe almost anything our overlords want through their ability to control or manipulate the media - frightfully realistic.)
Simone - Al Pacino **G
(Our need for glam, and our need to adore stars, makes us vulnerable to technology which allows Hollywood to animate people and events.)
A Clockwork Orange ** R
State and Main
Network ** G
- Fatal Attraction - Michael Douglas, Glen Close **WNC A
(A married man's dalliance turns out to be a psychopathic stalker and murderer. The classic shrink-a-dink for men.)
Devil's Advocate - Keanu Reeves, Al Pacino, Charlize Theron **WNC A
(The devil works in mysterious ways - and always frightening and ugly ways. Excellent movie.)
Basic Instinct - Michael Douglas, Sharon Stone **WNC A
(A detective becomes romantically entangled with a psychopathic murderess. The high point of Sharon Stone's career.)
Last Days of Disco - Kate Beckinsale, Chris Eigeman **WNT** A
(Whit Stillman's brilliant attack on the sexual revolution, with all its self-absorbtion and self deception. Stunningly brilliant dialogue - "Lady and the Tramp" debate a timeless classic.)
Dangerous Laizons - John Malkovich, Glen Close, Uma Thurman **WNC A
(Sin and its consequences, Malkovich and Close brilliantly display the power of lies and manipulation in the game of seduction. Excellent movie.)
All Things Fair - Swedish with English Subtitles - **WNC R
A powerful (and explicit) cautionary tale about a WWII affair between teenage boy and his married female school teacher, as the boy becomes entangled in the emotional baggage of a horribly disfunctional marriage and loses the opportunity for young and innocent love. A powerful morality tale.
White Films - Romance and the Sexual Selection Process, Pre-Culture Destruction:
- Anne of Green Gables - Megan Follows, Colleen Dewhurst, Richard Farnsworth **WNT** G
(A moving portrait of lives or ordinary farmers on Prince Edward Island in Edwardian times prior to the arrival of culture destruction. The one movie most powerfully subversive of the current order. A masterpiece which the family will watch repeatedly.)
Anne of Green Gables, the Sequel - Megan Follows, Dame Wendy Hiller, **WNT** G
(Anne moves into early adulthood, with a stunning portrait of a young woman as leader and moral anchor, as her attention moves toward romance and commitment. A masterpiece with overpowering appeal to the Euro-American aesthetic taste - and another film which the family will watch repeatedly.)
North and South - Richard Armitage, Daniela Denby-Ashe - **WNT** - G
A spectacular period piece romance about the conflicts aroused by the early industrial revolution in Northern England. A surprisingly even handed treatment of the conflict between entrepreneur and labor, and a romance which will overpower the ladies. An absolute must see!!
Pride and Prejudice - Elizabeth Garvie, David Rintoul, BBC 1980 **WNT** G
(A must for fans of the book, with a cast which looks exactly as Jane Austen describes them. A physically and mentally powerful Darcy - the ultimate Alpha male - and a sharp tounged Lizzy - with defenses against one another proportionate to the social and economic distance between them gradually overcome that distance in this classic romance.)
Pride and Prejudice - Jennifer Ehle, Colin Firth, A&E 1995 **WNT** G
(A thoughtful, maternal and deserving Lizzy is cast opposite a somewhat petulant, confused and less deserving Darcy in this movie which will appeal to those unfamiliar with the book. A beautiful movie, but missing Lizzy's cutting wit and subtle sexual innuendo which, being 200 years old, most moderns would fail to recognize in any event.)
The Inheritance - Cari Shayne (1997) **WNC** G
(An excellent period piece adaptation of Louisa May Allcot's novel of the same name, in which quiet sweetness wins out over manipulative aggressiveness in the sexual selection process in this romance with excellent conditioning messages.)
Sense and Sensibility - Tracy Childs, Irene Richard, BBC 1981 **WNT** G
(A very appealing presentation which remains faithful to the novel by Jane Austen dealing with the extremes of passion and self control.)
Emma - Kate Bekinsale, Mark Strong, BBC 1997 **WNT** G
(A young Kate Beckinsale seemingly type cast as Emma, the meddlesome and inconsiderate teenaged matchmaker in this very appealing movie adaptation of the Jane Austen novel.)
Metropolitan - Whit Stillman, Criterion DVD **WNT** G
(This stunningly brilliant independent film chronicles the end of the era of the social ritual of "coming out" at the debutant balls in New York - a fascinating look at the manners and mores of private school teens in the late '60s and early '70s.)
The Bostonians - Vanessa Redgrave, Christopher Reeve **WNT** G
(A spectacular examination of the propensity of rich New England Whites to invent wildly destructive ideologies as displays of superior status even when they lead to genetic and reproductive dead ends. The southern gentleman who is openly hostile to the doctrines of human equality wins the girl in this adaptation of Henry James's novel.)
Ballad of a Soldier - 1958 Grigori Chukhrai (Russian with subtitles) Criterion DVD **WNT** G
(The 19 year old soldier is a hero not because he destroyed two tanks, but because of his concern for others and his tender and restrained treatment of his newfound girlfriend - a charming movie which displays the virtues Soviet film tried to instill in its youth through the unfortunately named "new socialist realism" which followed the purge of most Jews from the Soviet movie industry in the early 1950's.)
Guys and Dolls - Marlon Brando, Frank Sinatra, Jean Simmons **WNT** G
(A delightful classic musical - one of the few musicals which is fit for a White audience.)
Oklahoma - Gordon MacRae, Shirley Jones **WNC G
(MacRae and Jones are delightful as the romantic couple in this classic musical. In common with other musicals, this piece portrays whites as being remarkably simple minded, and type casts the IP peddler as easily outsmarting them all. While it borders on giving offense, it does not cross the line as does "Carousel" for example, nor is it larded with offensive IP social and political propaganda as are "The King and I", "Sound of Music" or "South Pacific".)
My Fair Lady - Audrey Hepburn, Rex Harrison **WNT** G
(Originally intended as a universalist, socialist polemic, this delightful romantic musical carries an entirely different message for WN's, as Professor Higgins succeeds only in demonstrating the equality of Whites by changing the accent and speech patterns which mark Eliza Doolittle's local, tribal origins within Britain - thereby weakening the walls which divide the race against itself. A classic case of Lerner, Loewe and Jack Warner outsmarting themselves.)
Phantom of the Opera - Gerard Butler, Emmy Rossum, Patrick Wilson (2005) **WNC** G
(An excellent musical, with generally positive aesthetic images and a total lack of negative propaganda and negative conditioning messages.)
Persuasion - Firbank, Marshall BBC 1971 **WNC G
(An early and excellent adaptation of Jane Austen's novel featuring her oldest romantic heroine, in a movie which reflects the slower pace of life 200 years ago.)
Persuasion - Root, Hinds BBC 1995 **WNC G
(An newer and shorter adaptation of the Jane Austen novel which simplifies the story line of the book but is nevertheless excellent.)
Cheaper by the Dozen - Clifton Webb, Myrna Loy **WNC G
(This charming classic about an efficiency expert raising 12 children and fending off the attacks of ZPG zealots accurately portrays the morals and mores of the early 1950s White America in which reproductive success was high and teen pregnancies were rare - exactly the type of movie Hollywood feels compelled to remake so that the morally jarring original will be forgotten.)
The Man in the Moon - Reese Witherspoon **WNT** G
(Reese Witherspoon, at age 14, gives us a stunning portrait of the beauty of young love in this classic "coming of age" romantic tragedy and sympathetic portrait of the South.)
A Little Romance - Diane Lane, Thelonious Bernard, Laurence Olivier **WNC G
(A charming pre-teen romance, as an expensively schooled female genius and a self taught male genius steal away from Paris to kiss under the Bridge of Sighs in Venice - with the help of a retired pick pocket.)
Rebecca - Charles Dance, Emilia Fox BBC/WBGH - G
This 1997 dramatization of Daphne du Maurier's classic novel does a much better job of portraying the romance between the older widower and the younger woman than earlier adaptations, and paints an important aesthetic portrait of the quiet and trusting female as victor in the sexual selection process.
Northanger Abbey - J.J. Field, Felicity Jones - Masterpiece Theatre - G
A very entertaining presentation of the Jane Austen novel which is difficult to dramatize. Remarkably faithful to the book for such a short film.
Under the Greenwood Tree - Keely Hawes - G
An entertaining and relatively upbeat adaptation of the Thomas Hardy novel of the same name.
Jane Eyre - Ruth Wilson, Toby Stephens - **WNC G
An outstanding adaptation of Charlotte Bronte's classic novel giving us relatively cheerful and much more romantic vision than earlier adaptations. Ruth Wilson is a pleasant surprise as she gives us an outstanding portrait of the quiet and trusting female who prevails over a flashy, agressive and glamorous competitor in the sexual selection process.
Martin Chuzzlewit - Paul Scofield, Tom Wilkenson - G
An excellent rendering of Charles Dickens' classic novel. Wilkenson's Pecksniff is sublime.
David Copperfield - Daniel Radcliffe, Maggie Smith - G
Clearly the best dramatization of Charles Dickens' novel, with a power packed cast.
Mayor of Casterbridge - Ciarán Hinds, Juliet Aubrey, Jodhi May, - G
An excellent dramatization of the Thomas Hardy novel.
Wives and Daughters - Justine Waddell, Keely Hawes - **WNC G
An excellent and entertaining period piece dramatization of the Elizabeth Gaskell novel.
Great Expectations - Ioan Gruffudd, Chalotte Rampling, Justine Waddell, - G
A Masterpiece theatre version of Charles Dickens' classic, with superb casting and a story line true to the book.
Nicholas Nickleby - James D'Arcy, Sophia Myles, Charles Dance - G
An excellent version of Dickens' classic romance, and less "fruity" than the Charlie Hunan/Anne Hathaway version.
- The Leopard - Burt Lancaster, Claudia Cardinale - Criterion DVD (Italian with Subtitles, or shortened English version)**WNT** G
("There must be change so that things can remain the same." A ferocious critique of democratic revolutions which produce regimes that are worse than the aristocratic regimes they replace and of the self-interested revolutionaries that impose them. "The leopards and lions become jackals and sheep!")
Pharaoh's Army - Chris Cooper, Patricia Clarkson **WNC G
(Perhaps the best movie about the personal side of the U.S. Civil War. A powerful attraction between a Union captain and the wife of a confederate soldier is doomed by loyalties and duties to their respective sides in the war. A gritty and realistic masterpiece.)
- b>Babette's Feast - Danish with English subtitles **WNT** G
(A feast prepared by a french chef who flees to Denmark to escape egalitarian murderers in France, puts to the test the extreme "denial of the flesh" adopted by the Lutheran sect she serves - a sect which is so severe that its members cannot reproduce and have fallen victim to internal discord. Stunning portrait of the extreme poverty and hardship of the northern wastes in Jutland.)
Dancer Texas, Population 81 - Breckin Meyer, et al. **WNC G
(Four young men in a small, West Texas town confront the central question of whether or not to move to the big city upon graduation from high school, in this exceptionally sensitive portrayal of small town life.)
An Englishman Went Up A Hill - Hugh Grant, Tara Fitzgerald **WNT** G
(An English war veteran surveyor goes to Wales to measure Finan Garw, to see if it is a hill or a mountain which will be marked by name on the map. The town unites to save their mountain in this touching portrait of local pride and cooperation.)
The Straight Story - Spacek, Farnsworth **WNC G
(An elderly man who can no longer drive rides a power mower 800 miles to see his estranged brother before he dies, in this powerful drama about the folk ways of small town America and its people.)
The Quiet Man - John Wayne, Maureen O'hara **WNC G
(An American boxer retires and goes back home to Ireland in this romance which lovingly portrays Ireland's rural folk ways pre-culture destruction.)
La Grande Seduction - Jean-Francois Pouliot et al. (French with English subtitles) **WNC G
A charming comedy about a small island off the coast of Quebec, dependent on welfare, and determined to charm a doctor into moving to the island so that a factory will locate there.
Steel Magnolias - Sally Field, Dolly Parton, et. al. **WNC G
(A charming movie about the lives, loves and losses of women in a small Louisiana town - a movie that is supportive of small town life as well as religion.)
Jean de Florette - Yves Montand, Girard Depardieu (French with subtitles) **WNT** G
(In part 1 of perhaps the greatest movie ever produced, we see a darker side of the small town life as the last two survivors of the once large Soubeyran clan conceal a spring on land of Florette - a former love interest of the elder Soubeyran - and drive her son who inherits the land to his death, in order to buy the land on the cheap.)
Manon of the Spring - Yves Montand, Daniel Auteuil, Emmanuelle Beart (French with subtitles) **WNT** G
(Manon, the daughter of Jean de Florette, knows the source of all the town's water and takes her revenge in part II - ultimately acquiring all the Soubeyran land and gold and perpetuating the Soubeyran line, as the elder Soubeyran learns that Jean de Florette was the son which he so desperately wanted all his life, and that Manon is his granddaughter.)
Waking Ned Devine - Ian Bannen, David Kelly, et. al. **WNC G
(The town bands together to keep the Irish Sweepstakes lottery money when a local man with the winning ticket dies, in this charming comedy.)
Cinema Paradiso (extended version) - Italian with English Subtitles - A **WNC
Guiseppe Tornatore's masterpiece tale of a walk down memory lane for an Italian movie producer who grew up in a movie theatre in Sicily. One of the best movies ever made.
White Films - Western Romance:
- The Big Country - Gregory Peck, Jean Simmons, Charleton Heston, Burl Ives ** WNC G
(A truly magnificent epic western romance with a powerful "White cohesion" message - a "must have" dvd.)
Will Penny - Joan Hackett, Charleton Heston ** WNC G
(Joan Hackett is the centerpiece of a stunningly beautiful portrait of simple family life as a mother stranded in the Rockies in winter caring for an aging cowboy and showing him a life he has never known or understood. A remarkable western romance.)
Crossfire Trail - Tom Selleck, Virginia Madsen, Mark Harmon ** WNC G
(This outstanding Louis L'Amour western romance is the definitive expression of the Western aesthetic of protecting the female from abuse and harm - a female who ends up doing a little protecting of her own.)
Love Comes Softly - Katherine Heigl, Dale Midkiff ** WNC G
(An overtly Christian romance with good entertainment values, produced and directed by Michael Landon Jr. and based on the book by Janette Oke - heavy on portraying constructive behaviors and very light on religious doctrine.)
White Films - Romance with supportive themes:
- My Big Fat Greek Wedding - Nia Vardalos, John Corbett **WNC G
(A charming paean to the joys of White ethnic cohesion, a taunt at WASPs to lighten up and enjoy life and each other, and a reaffirmation that success in the sexual selection and reproductive processes are what really count in life.)
Win a Date with Tad Hamilton - Kate Bosworth, Topher Grace, Josh Duhamel **WNC G
(A charming romance critical of Hollywood and its values while strongly supportive of small town Appalachia and of romantic commitment - a cultural watershed. Q: "You mean you're both named Michael Levy? A: "Isn't everyone named Michael Levy?")
Good Will Hunting - Mat Damon, Minnie Driver, et. al. **WNC G
(A white math genius from the wrong side of the tracks steps up to the plate of professional and romantic commitment in this outstanding movie.)
White Films - The Aesthetic Prop:
- Romeo and Juliette - Olivia Hussey (age 15), Leonard Whiting **WNT G
(The aesthetic of words, gestures and actions form the centerpiece of this transcendently beautiful portayal of young love, in Shakespeare's tragedy. Mercutio's ribald teenage highjinks in the public square are a timeless classic.
Blue Lagoon - Brooke Shields (age 14), Chris Atkins **WNC A
(The aesthetic of two stunningly beautiful teenage bodies form the centerpiece of this romance between two cousins stranded alone on a tropical Island as they reach puberty, fall in love and start a family. A movie hated by the critics because its images strongly imprint upon heterosexual sex, monogamous love, and childbearing.)
The Nutcracker - (Bolshoi) - Natalia Arkhipova, Irek Mukhamedov **WNC G
(A 26 year old Arkhipova proves that our aesthetic reaction to her exquisite legs arises out of attraction to a valid marker of fitness, as those exquisite legs beautifully, gracefully and powerfully match her partner, Irek Mukhamedov, leap for leap in this Russian interpretation of the Christmas classic as the romantic and sexual awakening of a teenage girl.
Master and Commander - Russell Crowe, et. al. **WNC G
(The appreciation of nature, the classical music duets, the striving to understand the latest technology, and the agressiveness and cunning in battle, make this small wooden vessel appear as a seed pod containing all that is essential to western civilizion as it floats on a vast empty ocean. It is an action movie of unparalelled beauty, which the ladies in my household insist is incredibly romantic.)
Rear Window - Grace Kelly, Jimmie Stewart. **WNC G
(The staggering beauty of Grace Kelly reaches its zenith in this movie where face, dress, gesture and expression combine to form a portrait of aesthetic perfection unlikely to be surpassed, in this innovative romance disguised as a mystery classic.)
Girl With a Pearl Earring - Scarlett Johansson, Colin Firth. **WNC G
(This beautiful movie examines romantic, platonic and exploitative male-female relationships as it portrays the aesthetic understanding of color and perspective shared by Dutch artist Johannes Vermeer and the illiterate servant girl who poses for the famous painting of the same name as the movie. A fascinating and complex film in which Vermeer civilizes and then immortalizes the lusts of his patron.)
- Bridget Jones' Diary - Renee Zellweger, Hugh Grant, Colin Firth **WNC A
(Perhaps the best portrayal of the costs and pressures imposed by the sexual revolution upon young ladies, as Jones fights to avoid reproductive failure in a remarkably darwinian game of sexual selection with no rules and no common set of shared expectations. A potty mouthed classic.!)
Notting Hill - Hugh Grant, Julia Roberts **WNC A
(A classic and charming portrayal of quiet resistance to cultural decline, as this anti-hollywood film gets the aesthetic of romance exactly right - in a low testosterone sort of way - and subtly transforms the diffuse and unfocused "urban family" of the popular culture into a genetically self similar urban tribe with common interests and with a capacity for significant exertion on behalf of its members threatened with failure in the sexual selection process.)
Barcelona - Whit Stillman **WNC A
(A spectacular examination of the romantic chaos spawned by the sexual revolution in Spain, as well as the profound ridiculousness of European socialism and Anti-Americanism.)
Wimbledon - Kirsten Dunst, Paul Bettany **WNC A
(A sexually predatory female teen tennis star inspires a retiring "third rounder" male tennis pro to fight and win, and transforms both in the process. A great portrayal of the dominant white male and wonderful counter to the popular culture of the "slacker," with a closing scene which celebrates reproductive success and subtly condemns multi-racialism.)
Tender Mercies - Robert Duvall (1983) **WNT** G
(A remarkable portrait of a remarkable relationship - and of what works in relationships, as the power of the "quiet woman" embraces and gives life and meaning to all around her, while the "drama queen" lives a lonely life of glam, as rural life, country and western music and Christianity are all displayed in a favorable light.)
In Good Company - Topher Grace, Scarlett Johansson, Dennis Quaid (2005) **WNC** A
(It's all here - predatory globalism, workaholism, careerism, and romance in a film that is profoundly pro-family and profoundly old school in its approach to business ethics and career satisfaction - passed from one generation to the next.)
The Very Thought of You - Monica Potter, Joseph Fiennes (1999) **WNC** G
(A charming romance about desperation, the dead end job, love and the will to commit.)
Almost Famous - Kate Hudson, Billy Krudup, (2000) **WNT** A
(A spectacular coming of age movie directed at adults who lived through the "golden age" of rock and roll - a movie that looks back with nostalgia at the music and the era while being powerfully critical of the rock culture and mores - with superb entertainment values and a young hero with all the right instincts who survives the encounter unscathed.)
For Love of the Game - Kevin Costner, Kelly Preston (2000) **WNC** A
(A supposed casual affair of convenience between a divorced working mom and an out-of-town hall of fame baseball pitcher evolves as the pitcher becomes embroiled in coping with the challenges and chaosof the working mom's life and his own impending middle age and retirement from the sport. An emotional masterpiece.)
Serendipity - Kate Beckinsale, John Kusak. **WNC A
Scent of a Woman - Al Pacino. **WNC A
About a Boy - Hugh Grant. **WNC A
White Films - The Children's Corner, Disney Classics:
- Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs - Disney animation (1937) **WNT** G
The selfless brightening of the lives of others through cheerful labor at cleaning, cooking and lovingingly enforcing the standards of civilized cleanliness are the royal virtues which win the handsome prince in this timeless Disney adaptation of Grimm's fairy tale.
Pinnochio - Disney animation (1940) **WNT** G
Work hard in school, tell the truth and avoid the company of hoodlums, thieves, slackers and actors or you will end up a donky enslaved to hard labor. Walt Disney takes a stand against the onslaught of culture destruction in this blatantly anti-Hollywood classic directed primarily at boys.
Cinderella - Disney animation (1949) **WNT** G
The virtues of cheerful labor at cooking, cleaning and washing are interrupted by competion between Cinderella and her stepsisters for the prince in this timeless Disney classic which, like Snow White, uses tenderness toward animals as a marker of fitness for maternity.
The Sleeping Beauty - Disney animation (1959) **WNT** G
This movie directed at girls shows us a prince who is tender and loving toward his intended, but graced with a capacity for spectacular violence in combatting the evil witch and rescuing the princess. Excellent male images for your daughter to imprint upon and for your sons to emulate. upon.
Family Man - Nicholas Cage A
About Schmidt A
Girl Interrupted A
Riding in Cars with Boys A
Untamed Heart - Slater, Tomei A
Little Voice G
Pushing Tin - Cusak, Thornton A
Amalie - (French with subtitles)
Road Warrior - Mel Gibson
b>The Winslow Boy - Ian Bannen, David Kelly, et. al. **WNC G
Mansfield Park - leTouzel, Hepton BBC 1983 *G
** WNC G
Sweet Home Alabama - (offensive homo sub-plot in otherwise fantastic WN movie)*A
A River Runs Through It - **G
Evelyn - Brosnan **G
The Dish G*
Family Man - Nicholas Cage A
About Schmidt A
Girl Interrupted A
Riding in Cars with Boys A
Untamed Heart - Slater, Tomei A
Little Voice G
Pushing Tin - Cusak, Thornton A
Amalie - (French with subtitles)
Road Warrior - Mel Gibson
b>The Winslow Boy - Ian Bannen, David Kelly, et. al. **WNC G
Mansfield Park - leTouzel, Hepton BBC 1983 *G
** WNC G
Sweet Home Alabama - (offensive homo sub-plot in otherwise fantastic WN movie)*A
A River Runs Through It - **G
Evelyn - Brosnan **G
The Dish G*
WN Films - Earlier (Tribal) White Nationalisms:
- Horatio Hornblower Series - Gruffud, BBC (with apologies to our Frog brothers)**WNC G
Triumph des Willens - Riefenstahl (with apologies to no one)**WNC G
Pelle the Conqueror - Danish with Subtitles **A
Robin Hood - Thurman, Bergin *G
WN Films - Temp Miscellaneous:
- Will - G Gordon Liddy VHS
Arlington Road *G
Red Dawn *A
Lord of the Rings Trilogy**G
The Passion of the Christ - Gibson **WNC G
Coogans Bluff - Eastwood *A
American Pimp - *R
Other Nationalisms deserving our respect:
- The Seven Samurai (Japanese with subtitles) Criterion DVD **NC G
Shall We Dance (Japan) **NC G
Children of Heaven (Iran, Farsi with subtitles) **NC G
The Color of Paradise (Iran, Farsi with subtitles) **NC G
Together (China)**NC G
In-Your-Face Racial Subordination:
- Blazing Saddles - Mel Brooks A (White cowboys too stupid and too weak to have won the West.)
Fritz the Cat - Bakshi (Jewish Supremecism packaged as animated soft-core porn.) R
Private Parts - Howard Stern R
The Stepford Wives - 2004 A(Whites are alien robots, while IP and queers are real people.)
Meet the Fockers - R (Whites are uptight, unnatural, artificial - while heebs are genuine.)
Door in the Floor - R (A revealing look inside the diseased Freudian IP mind.)
- Amadeus - F. Murray Abraham, Tom Hulce **A
Henry V - Branaugh G
Hamlet - Mel Gibson G
Swan Lake - Kirov, Mezentseva, Zaklinsky ** G
The Nutcracker - Royal Ballet, Leslie Collier, Anthony Dowell ** G
The Sleeping Beauty - Kirov, Asylmuratova, Zaklinsky VHS ** G
From under the Rubble
Power, corruption, and Intrigue
- Absolute Power - Eastwood A
City Hall - Pacino
Conspiracy Theory - Mel Gibson
Wall Street - Douglas
Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy ** G
Smiley's People ** A
The Firm - Cruise
The Bourne Identity A
- Waco; the Rules of Engagement **WNC G
Sacrifice at Pearl Harbor - BBC VHS **WNC G
Marilyn: Say Goodbye to the President - BBC ** G
Cover UP: Attack on the USS Liberty - A&E ** G
The Weber-Shermer Debate - IHR ** G
- Top Gun - Cruise **A
A Fistful of Dollars - Eastwood **G
The Good, Bad and Ugly - Eastwood **G
The Outlaw Josey Wales - Eastwood **A
Pale Rider - Eastwood **A
High Plains Drifter - Eastwood G**
L.A. Confidential - **A
Breaker Morant **G
Gallipoli - Mel Gibson G
Crocodile Dundee A
Sudden Impact - Eastwood A
Training Day - Washington, Hawke **R
Castaway - Hanks G
Hunt for Red October ** G
Catch me if you Can G
Field of Dreams - Costner G
For the Love of the Game - Costner R
Tin Cup - Costner R
Monte Walsh - Tom Selleck G**
Without Limits (Steve Prefontain Story) **G
Ride With the Devil
The Rookie A
Cool Hand Luke G
Robin Hood - Errol Flynn G
The Sea Hawk
Beau Geste - Gary Cooper G
Conan the Barbarian A
- The Notebook **WNC G
What Women Want G
Father of the Bride - Martin G
L A Story - Martin G
Working Girl - Melanie Griffith
Hope Floats G
Gone with the Wind G
Sleepless in Seattle G
Bed of Roses A
Wedding Planner G
Waltz across Texas G
An Ideal Husband G
Kate & Leopold G
Bringing Up Baby - Grant, Hepburn G
Roman Holiday - Peck, Hepburn 1954 G
Funny Face - Astaire, Hepburn 1957 G
The Philadelphia Story - Grant, Hepburn G
Cyrano de Bergerac - Girard Depardieu
Kiss Me Kate
The Pajama Game
- Big - Tom Hanks *G
The Mask - Carey
Ace Ventura - Pet Detective
Back to the Future **G
A Fish called Wanda *A
Legally Blonde **G
My Cousin Vinnie
The Sting - Newman
Every Which Way but Loose - Eastwood *A
- House of Cards - First and Third series
Yes, Prime Minister
Fawlty Towers - John Cleese
- The Germans
The Health Inspector
The Dead Guest
Monte Python Holy Grail
- Logan's Run G
Gattaca ** WNC G
Equilibrium ** WNC G
- Wierd Science ** G
October Sky ** G
Breakfast Club G
American Grafitti G
Almost Famous A
Endless Summer G
Risky Business A
Pre-Teen and Early Teen
- The Absent-Minded Professor (the original, of course)
Boys Town (1938)
Call of the Wild - Charleton Heston G
Johnny Tremain (1957)
Legend of Lobo (1962)
The Love Bug (1969)
Life with Father
Pollyanna - Hayley Mills, Jane Wyman
The Shaggy Dog (1959)
Treasure Island (1950)
The Wizard of Oz
The Looney Tunes Golden Collection
The Sword in the Stone
Lady and the Tramp
The Chronicles of Narnia - The Lion, the Witch and The Wardrobe
Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (universal)
Chicken Run - Animation (Mel Gibson)
A Close Shave - Nick Park Animation
The Wrong Trousers - Nick Park Animation
Creature Comforts - Nick Park Animation
A Grand Day Out - Nick Park Animation \
- Baby Mozart
Temporarily Defying Categorization
- A Beautiful Mind **G
2001 Space Odyssey ** G
Dr. Strangelove ** G
The Other Sister ** G
One Hour Foto
Disclosure - Michael Douglas
Lion in Winter
In the Bedroom
The Little Foxes - Bette Davis
A Room With A View G
The Rules of the Game - Renoir (French w Subtitles)G
Excalibur - John Boorman **G
Treasure of the Sierra Madre G**
Little Dieter Wants to Fly G
Song of the South (full original version) G**
Lord of Dance - Michael Flatley, Ireland G
Hear My Song - Ned Beatty, Tara Fitzgerald G
The Last of the Mohicans G
Rob Roy - Liam Neesen A
- The Return of Martin Guerre - Girard Depardieu
All The Mornings of the World - Girard Depardieu
- STEAMBOAT ROUND THE BEND
THE GRAPES OF WRATH,
THEY WERE EXPENDABLE,
MY DARLING CLEMENTINE,
SHE WORE A YELLOW RIBBON,
- THE BOWERY
THE STAWBERRY BLONDE,
- LADY FOR A DAY
MR SMITH GOES TO WASHINGTON
IT’S A WONDERFUL LIFE
- THE FURIES
MAN FROM LARAMIE
MAN OF THE WEST
- MAN FROM THE ALAMO
SEVEN MEN FROM NOW
THE TALL T
- RIDE THE HIGH COUNTRY
THE WILD BUNCH
- ONCE UPON A TIME IN THE WEST
DUCK YOU SUCKER
THEY SHOOT HORSES, DON’T THEY?
THE GREAT SILENCE
THE MISSOURI BREAKS
- Busby Berkeley:
- 42nd STREET
GOLD DIGGERS OF 1933
- TOP HAT
SHALL WE DANCE
YOU WERE NEVER LOVELIER
YOLANDA AND THE THIEF
THE BAND WAGON
- MOON OVER MIAMI
THE GANG’S ALL HERE
Kiss Me Kate
- SLAPSTICK ENCYCLOPEDIA [dvd set of restored silent comedy ca.1909-1928]
ART OF BUSTER KEATON [dvd set- every short andfeature up to 1928- essential]
CHAPLIN: THE FIRST NATIONAL COLLECTION [dvd set of Chaplin's best and least-seen work]
Laurel & Hardy:
- BIG BUSINESS
THE MUSIC BOX
SONS OF THE DESERT
- ANIMAL CRACKERS
A NIGHT AT THE OPERA
- IT’S A GIFT
MAN ON THE FLYING TRAPEZE
THE OLD FASHIONED WAY
THE BANK DICK
YOU CAN’T CHEAT AN HONEST MAN
- BLONDE CRAZY
HARD TO HANDLE
JIMMY THE GENT
BOY MEETS GIRL
- TROUBLE IN PARADISE
DESIGN FOR LIVING
IF I HAD A MILLION
THE SHOP AROUND THE CORNER
- LITTLE GIANT
THE WHOLE TOWN’S TALKING
A SLIGHT CASE OF MURDER
- THE GREAT McGINTY
THE LADY EVE
THE MIRACLE OF MORGAN’S CREEK
- ROAD TO MOROCCO
ROAD TO UTOPIA
PRINCESS AND THE PIRATE
- THE LADYKILLERS
KIND HEARTS AND CORONETS
THE LAVENDER HILL MOB
TOO HOT TO HANDLE
HIS GIRL FRIDAY
ABBOTT & COSTELLO MEET FRANKENSTEIN
CHAMPAGNE FOR CAESAR
AFTER THE FOX
LORD LOVE A DUCK
- METROPOLIS (restored version)
THE INVISIBLE MAN
BRIDE OF FRANKENSTEIN
MYSTERY OF THE WAX MUSEUM
THE BLACK CAT
THE THIEF OF BAGHDAD [24 or 40 version}
- THE CAT PEOPLE
CURSE OF THE DEMON
A MATTER OF LIFE AND DEATH
ALIAS NICK BEAL
THE THING [either version]
INVADERS FROM MARS
I MARRIED A MONSTER FROM OUTER SPACE
THE FLESH AND THE FIENDS
THE FABULOUS BARON MUNCHAUSEN [1960 version]
ROSEMARY’S BABY R
LET’S SCARE JESSICA TO DEATH
MACBETH [1971 version]
THE SIXTH SENSE
- PUBLIC ENEMY
- 39 STEPS
SHADOW OF A DOUBT
- THE MALTESE FALCON
TREASURE OF THE SIERRA MADRE
- DOUBLE INDEMNITY
PRIVATE LIFE OF SHERLOCK HOLMES
- MURDER MY SWEET
- PHANTOM LADY
- OUT OF THE PAST
THE BIG STEAL
NIGHT OF THE HUNTER
- THE ROARING TWENTIES
THE MANCHURIAN CANDIDATE
- MEAN STREETS
- Mrs. Brown
March of the Wooden Soldiers
The Adventures of Ma and Pa Kettle
The Ghost and Mr. Chicken
The Reluctant Astronaut
And Now for Something Completely Different
Arsenic and Old Lace
Black Adder series
The Ghost Breakers
The Navigator: A Time Travel Adventure
Father’s Little Dividend
The Courtship of Eddie’s Father
The Glenn Miller Story
On the Waterfront
It Happened One Night
A Dog of Flanders
Father of the Bride (the original)
Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1956)
Bell Book and Candle
Benedict Arnold (A&E)
The Blue Max
Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid
A Christmas Story
Clash of the Titans
Cool Hand Luke
The Dark Crystal
Dune (2000 version)
Children of Dune (2002)
Erik the Viking
Fairy Tale: A True Story
Fly Away Home
The Great Race
Helen of Troy
Ivanhoe (A&E version)
Jason and the Argonauts
The Lion in Winter
The Long Riders
A Man for All Seasons
The Man who would be King
The Mummy (yes, even the recent one)
The NeverEnding Story
Nicholas and Alexandra
Planet of the Apes (the original)
The Perfect Storm
Quest for Fire
Reservoir Dogs (not for the kiddies)
Mark Twain’s Roughing It (2002)
The Secret of Roan Inish
Taming of the Shrew (1967)
The 13th Warrior
This Island Earth
The Time Machine (1960)
BBC Dinosaurs/Walking with... specials
The War of the Worlds
On Borrowed Time (1939)
The General (1927)
Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead
So Dear to My Heart (1949)
Darby O’Gill & the Little People (1959)
Greyfriars Bobby (1961)
I Remember Mama (1948)
Andy Hardy (various)
Iron Will (1994)
- HE WHO GETS SLAPPED
- THE PASSION OF JOAN OF ARC
DAY OF WRATH
- A NOUS LA LIBERTE
THE ITALIAN STRAW HAT
- LOVE ME TONIGHT
- THE SCARLET EMPRESS
THE DEVIL IS A WOMAN
- GRAND ILLUSION
RULES OF THE GAME
- LE CORBEAU,
THE WAGES OF FEAR
- CITIZEN KANE
THE MAGNIFICENT AMBERSONS
THE BICYCLE THIEF
- BEAUTY AND THE BEAST
- I VITELLONI
LA DOLCE VITA
- STRAY DOG
THE HIDDEN FORTRESS
HIGH AND LOW
- Sawdust & Tinsel
The Seventh Seal
The Virgin Spring
- Unchien Andalou
The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeousie
Jeunot & Caro:
CITY OF LOST CHILDREN
HONEST-TO-GOD, PRE-‘PASSION’, EXPLICITLY Inner Party VILLAINS
- GODFATHER 2
BARTON FINK [?]
Last Days of Disco - (Bernie, the club owner) East West - (The murderous political commissar) People I Know - (Sharanski) Eyes Wide Shut - (Victor Ziegler)