In ‘Frontera,’ Once Again Hollywood Makes Criminal Illegal a Hero and White Americans the Devil

Isn’t this just like Hollywood. At a time when tens of thousands of illegals, some of whom are gang members, some criminals, and all who are breaking our laws by crashing across our southern border like a tidal wave, Hollywood gives us the tale of an innocent illegal who is framed for murder by minute-men type white men trying to shoot Mexicans down in the desert with sniper rifles because, why, they hate them, of course. Yes, Hollywood gives us a movie where the Mexicans are being put upon and white Americans are the evil bad guys.

Welcome to the theme for the new Ed Harris vehicle, “Frontera.”

Once again Hollywood makes white America the criminal, presents our border security as a crime against humanity, mocks our laws and our sovereignty, and sides with criminal aliens against the rest of us.

We should also point out that in real life these Mexican lawbreakers are not being shot down by white people in the deserts, so the whole premise of this piece of… celluloid… is built on a lie.

Please, America, avoid this movie like the plague. We can’t reward Hollywood for this anti-American crap.

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  • Brucehenry

    In Wingnut World, it’s a given that There Will Be Butthurt.

    Hey, if you like to hate Fronters, you’re gonna LOVE to hate this one:

    • warnertoddhuston

      I have no interest in movies about racists.

      • Brucehenry

        But yet you’ve written an article decrying one (allegedly).

        There are lots of good movies about racists, btw. To Kill A Mockingbird. Mississippi Burning. Sounder. Gentlemen’s Agreement. Schindler’s List. Sophie’s Choice. Classics.There are hundreds of movies that you want us to believe you have no interest in.

  • Commander_Chico

    Looks like a pretty good movie.

    Ed Harris is a good actor and Eva Longoria is good to look at.

    Viva La Raza!

    • warnertoddhuston

      Ed Harris is sort of like one of the old-time actors. He’s Ed Harris in every movie. He doesn’t try to do anything outside that. He sort of stares at the ground and mumbles a lot. I’ve liked few of his films (I liked “Appoloosa,” for instance). Unfortunately, Ed Harris is sort of a bore most of the time. Now, I did like him in “Enemy At The Gates,” but only for the unintentional comedy of his performance.

      • Brucehenry

        Check out the early 80s biopic of Patsy Cline, “Sweet Dreams.” He was good in that one. He did one in the 90s with Sean Penn and Gary Oldman about Irish criminals, I forget the name, it was really good.

        • Commander_Chico

          Hell’s Kitchen, I believe.

          • Brucehenry

            Oh and he (like the rest of the cast) was PERFECT in Glengarry Glen Ross, the best fucking movie about sales ever made.

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          • Commander_Chico

            And when he played against type in “The Hours.”

  • jim_m

    I don’t worry about this stuff. Hollywood has a far left, anti-American slant and has had that for a long time now. The harsh fact for them is that while they love pushing out this sort of crap, the public doesn’t want to see it. I’m sure the movie will make money but that will be because of product placements and bogus Hollywood accounting and tax breaks, not from ticket sales.