December 28, 2017

Amanda Head on Hollywood scandals: “How many actresses do we know who shouldn't have the fame they do?” (Part Two)

Ben DaviesRebel Host | Rebel Reel Reviews


In the second part of our conversation, Amanda Head and I touch on the hot topic of sexual assault in Hollywood, and why Jennifer Garner and Pamela Anderson are catching flack for speaking up on due process and personal responsibility.

Amanda and I also discuss the NFL's doomed attempt to deal with protesting players, plus her favourite films of 2017.

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commented 2017-12-31 18:16:37 -0500
But there aren’t enough ‘Godly’ men! We are living in a godless society and sexual promiscuity and exploitation is ramped.
Pornography was a concern for some people in the 70’s who voiced their opposition then, but it didn’t change anything. Porn has affected society in every aspect, especially in Hollywood.
Women, who voice any accusations in the future, will probably be shut down. Why? Because the system will find a way of covering up for men. The system has now learned what to do to protect these men.
Merry Christmas? In their attempt to eliminate any Christianity from Christmas by redefining the term Merry Christmas, the media was using Happy Holidays as a way of having Jews and Christians vying for top billing, therefore making it a religious competition between the two religions, which ultimately kept the media’s hands clean. Kinda like Pontius Pilate. Only, it hasn’t worked thanks to Donald Trump.
It only takes one to make a difference.
commented 2017-12-28 21:49:21 -0500
Good line by Head, “Liberals throw a wet blanket over everything.”

I haven’t been to a movie for a long time, but Ben because of your recommendation, I went to see the recent Blade Runner movie. While there were interesting special effects, I found it long and boring. Probably because not the genre of movies that interest me. Looking forward, however, to seeing Darkest Hour before year end.
commented 2017-12-28 08:32:09 -0500
Most football fans in Detroit are understandably disappointed and disgusted with the performance of the Detroit Lions this year. The blame falls square on the shoulders of coach Jim Coldwell who despite his decency as a human being and knowledge of the game has been unable to inspire his team to victory. He is in the hotseat and probably should be fired .
But that hasn’t stopped some fans and football columnists from making his performance a race issue. We are too hard on the coach because he is black.
The race card is so old. Injecting racial issues and finding bias and bigotry where it doesn’t exist is destroying the NFL.
I wonder if the thousands of white football fans still wearing Barry Sanders jerseys know that Barry is black?