March 19, 2019

Netflix “Triple Frontier” star blasted for liking Jordan Peterson

Ben DaviesRebel Host | Rebel Reel Reviews

Today, you’re going to get a review and a story. That’s because Netflix film, Triple Frontier, made even more buzz when star Charlie Hunnam came under fire for praising Jordan Peterson in an interview in Men’s Health.

The buzz isn’t just about a film that’s armed with the best action-dude cast since The Expendables, but rather, because Hunnam had the audacity to think men should carry as much responsibility as possible.

For the blue check-marks on Twitter, these sentiments were problematic because he learned them from Jordan Peterson.

Every real dude out there just doesn’t want to be chastised, ridiculed and discouraged from doing their part, and the lessons he learned from Peterson, showed up in his performance in the movie.

And, from what I can tell, Hunnam hasn’t walked back his comments one bit. It’s better to live hard as a good man than to die a compromised one.

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commented 2019-03-20 10:02:50 -0400
You didn’t say who " Blasted " him .
commented 2019-03-20 09:46:50 -0400
Fell for the hype.
Watched ‘Triple Frontier’

My review-

BEST PART – closing credits

STORY – Done before, roughly 337 times.

BEST ACTION SEQUENCE – Me going to kitchen for snacks.

MOST PLEASING SEQUENCE – Watching Ben Affleck get his head blown off (sadly about 45 movies too late)

FINAL WORDS – If you think that this was a great ‘action movie’, then you will be thrilled by defrosting your freezer.

Other opinions may differ and would be entirely wrong.
commented 2019-03-19 20:42:51 -0400
The movie started out interesting and went down hill fast. I was bored and it had no wow factor after they retrieved the money. Really disappointed because there were great actors casted.
commented 2019-03-19 19:46:30 -0400
Jan G – couldn’t have said it better myself.
commented 2019-03-19 17:14:40 -0400
There are too many men, younger men, without a father in their lives because of the high divorce rates (since the 60’s thanks to the no fault divorce systems brought in by Trudeau and Kennedy in N. America) and now same sex marriages.
And what man from older generations didn’t have a communication problem or a dysfunctional relationship with their father?
Jordan Peterson talks logic, common sense and empowers men.
Doug Barry and Chris Stefanick are two other warriors for men.
(I posted this on another comment but it is applicable here: Mark Dice’s video on the son Youtube CEO (two lesbian women) listens to Ben Shapiro and Jordan Peterson https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6Ez6M254oJ4)