Wednesday, December 30, 2009


Blogger par.nordstrom said...

Altho not a great movie ,´JFK´ is still quite an interestin one,wid sum fab scenes .´Ferrie´s paranoia ´is one of dem . As a whole , da movie´s too loooong tho .Da plot gets so complicated & muddled dat , in da end , it´s impossible to follow.Maybe becos ´da real plot´ was so muddled & complicated ... A good attempt ,anyways , to turn dis tragedy into a movie.Feels like Stone´s bitten off more dan he can chew, tho .As usual ... Still well worth re-watchin ,becos of Joe Pesci & others .

7:16 AM  
Blogger Amanda and SuperAmanda™ said...

I remember seeing it when it came out, I was pretty young, and I just flipped out as it was so manipulative and dazzling in it's seductive intentions.

12:55 AM  
Blogger Amanda and SuperAmanda™ said...

Oliver Stone wanted Kennedy to seen on-screen as an isolationist and a peacemaker but history does not prove him out though. Kennedy in actuality started the arms race!

12:57 AM  
Blogger Lucy said...

Hi Amanda!

I laugh at the fake New Orleans accents. They tried. No one, but NO ONE outside of New Orleans can ever get it right.

Have you ever seen the film, The Obama Deception? Contrary to the title, it's not a partisan documentary. If one has the desire to watch it (esp. all the way through, which may be tough), it's clear that left is right and right is left, they're all players in the same evil power game. It's SCARY. The Bilderberg Group, the Trilateral Commission, etc. Who knows what it really means, if anything.

But one has to wonder. Sometimes I think we can't win, no matter what we do; we think we get who we vote for, but it's a mirage.

Old boss new boss thing.

I liked both Stone films: JFK and W. Excellent stuff.

2:22 AM  
Blogger Amanda and SuperAmanda™ said...

Obama deception, Bush deception, Clinton deception, Reagan who should have been impeached over Iran Contra, Savings and Loans etc I've heard it all. The Presidents certainly shine!

One does not have to be Partisan to know that the US governance makes mistakes, agreed!

2:37 AM  

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