October 10, 2018

Cease the boycott! Why ”First Man" may leave you beaming with American pride

Amanda HeadRebel Contributor

When news spread that the film, “First Man” about America landing a man on the moon, left out the iconic moment that Neil Armstrong planted the flag, patriotic American’s determined that they would boycott the film.

Now, with more information, I’m spreading the word — Cease the Boycott!

Watch as I explain what I’ve learned about the film from an industry insider and a friend who was able to see an advanced screening.

And yes, this comes from a Trump supporting patriot!

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commented 2018-10-12 08:53:49 -0400
Alberta Maga,

I have seen the movie. Have you or are you just making assumptions? There are American flags constantly in this movie and as I said, this movie is a love letter to America.

Can you ever just shut up and concede that you are wrong, instead of always trying to make something out of nothing? You are often wrong like you are here, but you just keep rambling on with idiocy.
commented 2018-10-12 02:56:26 -0400
Nicholas Conklin sorry but if the flag was removed then it was an insult. And Hollywood hates America.
commented 2018-10-11 14:56:16 -0400
Alberta Maga,

For the exact reason she is no longer boycotting the movie as First Man is a love letter to America, even without that scene. It was moronic to assume otherwise.
commented 2018-10-11 09:20:17 -0400
How about boycotting on the fact it never happened and fraud should not be rewarded?
commented 2018-10-11 03:30:33 -0400
Nicholas Conklin the left is actively censoring promotion of the Gosnell movie, and i bet they are boycotting it, go preach to them as that is based in reality.
commented 2018-10-11 03:28:49 -0400
Nicholas Conklin why was it ridiculous? If they left out the flag it was an insult to Americans. Now run along and tell your progressive whiners the same thing. They boycott for all the damn time.
commented 2018-10-10 20:21:36 -0400
If the event wasn’t going to be depicted in a manner consistent with my memory ,I had decided as an individual to not support it with my attendance.
An individual decision is not a boycott.It is representative of my liberty of choice.
commented 2018-10-10 16:46:59 -0400
It was ridiculous to want to boycott the film in the first place.