Hollywood Producer of Violent Movies to Make Movie Attacking NRA

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We need to do something about all this violence

Every winter, Harvey Weinstein pokes his fat head out of a burrow, sees his own shadow and starts trying to buy a bunch of Oscars while promoting his next ridiculous project.

When we last met Harvey Weinstein, he was trying to destroy Israel and create a Palestinian state with Miral. Miral what, you ask. Exactly

Despite getting Miral screened at the United Nations, no one went to see his piece of cheap anti-Israel pro-terrorist propaganda and its widest release was in 29 theaters.

Harvey Weinstein couldn’t even fit his stomach into 29 theaters.

So now, Harvey is back and this time he is absolutely going to destroy the NRA with a Meryl Streep movie… because you know how NRA members go to see Meryl Streep movies. It’s unknown what this project is yet, but in the meantime Harvey Weinstein’s name is attached to

1. Kill Bill Vol. 3 from Quentin Tarantino.

2. Halloween 3

3. Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon II: The Green Destiny

4. Sin City: A Dame to Kill For

5. The Amityville Horror: The Lost Tapes

If you’re sensing a theme here, aside from sequel desperation, it’s violence. Violence, violence and more violence. Harvey Weinstein was the guy behind Django Unchained after all. Remind me how many guns that had?

“I shouldn’t say this, but I’ll tell it to you, Howard,” Harvey said. “I’m going to make a movie with Meryl Streep, and we’re going to take this head-on. And they’re going to wish they weren’t alive after I’m done with them.”

Let me guess, Harvey is going to make some thinly disguised variation on the Adam Lanza “crazy gay pedo shooter” story and Meryl Streep will win praise for playing his deranged mother who fills the house with guns while flapping nervously around from room to room. Streep will get an Oscar nomination and the movie will sink like a stone.

But maybe I’m misjudging the guy behind Machete’s racist violence and Django’s racist violence and the defender of pedophile rapist Roman Polanski. Maybe he’ll just make an ultra-violent action movie to denounce gun violence.

  • antioli

    He makes his money on violence so his movie will be violent else no one will go see it

  • Anukem Jihadi

    Sounds like a great way to get your clunker movies financed.

  • truebearing

    “they’re going to wish they weren’t alive after I’m done with them.”

    What is he going to do, chain all gun rights supporters down and make them watch all of his movies?

    For what it’s worth, I’m done with him and wish he wasn’t alive, but he isn’t unique. I feel that way about most of the fools in Hollywood.

    • glpage

      “What is he going to do, chain all gun rights supporters down and make them watch all of his movies?”

      I think I would rather be water boarded.

      • truebearing

        And they claim to oppose torture.

  • Judahlevi

    Harvey Weinstein is an idiot who thinks he can rule the world from Hollywood.

    Conservatives need to stop watching his trash movies (wait until they come out on Netflix if you have to see them) and pull the financial plug from him and any other director who believes they can change the second amendment into whatever they wish.

    Weinstein’s movie will be a flop (as Greenfield predicts) and the NRA will walk all over him – with or without Meryl Streep.

    • truebearing

      I would speculate that his moronic comments are coke rap. He’s too fat to be a coke addict, but that doesn’t mean he doesn’t indulge. Something has to explain his delusions of grandeur.

      • Daniel Greenfield

        Some coke is a given in that atmosphere, but people like that get high on their own egos.

      • laura r

        $$ power connections invites charities etc, then more of the same. thats enough to make him feel good about himself.

    • Daniel Greenfield

      He spends too much time hanging around politicians.

    • Drakken

      The more this kapo jew keeps pushing the regular folks in his I know what is better for you viewpoint, the more the regular folks are going to say, not only no, but heck no!

    • laura r

      if he never made another film, it wouldnt put a dent in his bank acct. if he wants to make films he will make films. he will use them as a write off. all this silly boycott nonesence. never saw any of these movies, only read about one of them. (the slave & the cowboy). guess im an elitist snob, i dont do mainstream.

    • DB1954

      I didn’t really think that Howard Stern was all that fired up about going after the NRA, but then I never listen to him. So why does HW spill his plan on Stern’s show?

  • http://www.clarespark.com/ Clare Spark

    I thought that this review was gratuitously abusive, though I have no love for either Harvey Weinstein or Quentin Tarantino. The question is how violent movies function for the viewers who flock to them: Catharsis? Instigation to violence? Desensitization to the violence of everyday life coming at us from multiple sources? It is my view that nay-sayers to today’s culture should set an example, and not copy the worst of the worst.

    • Daniel Greenfield

      I prefer the fire with fire approach.

      • http://www.clarespark.com/ Clare Spark

        I suppose it is my scholarly self-control. You will not convince independents with this tone, DG. I admire your work, but not this fiery approach. It is a form of demagoguery, that you don’t need to resort to, given your intellect. I don’t care about offending Weinstein or Tarantino. It is your ordinary reader, not all of whom agree with conservative rage or “hardball.”

        • Drakken

          Tell that to the left and let them be nice and polite and pleasant first, somehow you bloody well know that the niceties and pleasantries with the left are over.

        • Anukem Jihadi

          Sorry, but you’re losing and have been for quite a while in case you hadn’t noticed. Full points for scholarly restraint though.

        • laura r

          i may have omitted the part about weinsteins stomachs. it sounds too pam gellerish. we see what he looks like, daniel doesnt need to convice us. hes bigger than life. thank god hes not a conservative. in the photo he looks like trailer trash.

        • truebearing

          Certainly, scholars have their place, but it isn’t in the front lines, fighting hand-to-hand. Try winning a war with scholarly restraint. That is a discipline for the aftermath.

        • Daniel Greenfield

          You’ll find that the left gets a lot of mileage with just this approach.

          I have different approaches that I fine tune for my articles, but the Point is a short blog and I use their own tactics against them.

    • truebearing

      I have to disagree. I thought it was funny and well deserved. If now isn’t the time to play hardball, when would be?

    • 2mrixl1

      How can you be worried about offending someone who says he’s going to make you wish you had never been born? His movies are gratuitously offensive to conservatives. Why don’t you write him, and see if he stops?

      • laura r

        harv is a $$$ machine. thats it.

  • camp7

    Good grief. That moron is going to cause another surge of ammo purchases and it’s already hard to find thanks to DHS.

  • Lanna

    The Hypocrisy on the Left is so prevalent…they want to take away protection and 2nd amendment rights of innocent people, while they themselves hire security who carry guns. The Bill of Rights was written to protect the rights of the individual, not that of the state or the federal government.

    • laura r

      guns & protection are ok for them. they think they are the chosen ones. btw, i really think harvey is about the $. i think he would make any kind of film that he thought was going to see.

  • MJUdall

    I believe it’s Halloween 6: The Curse of Michael Myers. Not 3.

    • Daniel Greenfield

      I’m reading it off IMDB.

      http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1502407/?ref_=nm_flmg_prd_2

      It’s probably the 3rd movie in the reboot.

      • MJUdall

        Oh okay. I didn’t know they were making another Halloween reboot. That’s just what the country needs right?
        I do know his company Dimension produced or distributed Halloween 6 back in the 90s.

        • Daniel Greenfield

          I’m sure they’ll reboot it again soon enough. It’s all about the properties.

  • Kim Hillstrom

    Clearly you are not able to distinguish that this is movie violence and not the real thing. You people really need to watch Brain Games or go to Lumosity.com to work on your brain function. You cannot think for yourselves so you let the people lambasting him make your opinions for you. And destroying Israel? Please. The Zionist government does a good enough job of that on their own.

    • CowboyUp

      We’re not the ones that need the government to take care of us, or a class to figure out how to put on a condom. There’s a name for people who can’t think or do for themselves, or figure out a butterfly ballot. They’re called democrats. Maybe you can teach them how to live without their hand in my pocket. Good luck.

    • Daniel Greenfield

      Lumosity needs to rethink who it pays to do its affiliate marketing for it.

      Also are you going to claim that fiction has no influence on people?

  • Jerry G

    If there’s but one reason for anti-Semitism it’s Harvey Weinstein.

  • tickletik

    See, it’s articles like this that make it hard (er) to believe in conspiracy theories. Which, I do btw.

    The reason for conspiracy theories is simple: “they” cannot possibly be that f—– stupid. Fortunately I have Coronado amphibious naval base to balance out articles like these.

  • Ray Buckridge

    Darn, I was going to write an article on Newsvine pointing out all the violent movies that he is still planning, but that point is already in this article. It’s even more ridiculous when you consider he’s announced on Piers Morgan that he’s going to stop.