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The Iron Lady [REVIEW]

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With Wit, Reviewed By Kimmo Mustonenen

WTF?!?

My mind is a stream of mud.

Confusion.  Weed.  Not reading the press kit.

“The Iron Lady” is not a sequel to “The Iron Giant”.

The excitement made my area hurt.

Meryl Streep vs. Vin Diesel was my dream.  Movie heaven.

My confusion was a basket on my thinking brain.

Or perhaps they would love one another.

Sadly, no.

Then, my brain makes smart.

“The Iron Lady” is the love interest for “Iron Man” (who was not worthy of a “The” before his name).  Like the booty call for “The Six Million Dollar Man”, Jaime Sommers.

Before I could proclaim this out of my mouth hole I realize that I’m the wrong guy – again.

She had no damn super powers – unless ugly qualifies, Margaret Thatcher.  Fug.

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Plot?  There isn’t one.

Apparently, there was a man-woman from England.  She was ugly.  People noticed the non-prettiness of her face (and body – come on people!).

She decided to be a better man than a man.

And she succeeded.  As a man.  Or “better-man.”

This is messing with my mind stem.  But she succeeded.

You can tell a lot about the person Thatcher, but she was polarizing anyway.

Conservatives worldwide feasted her dislike of compromise and the welfare state, privatization and its war against Argentina and union leaders, people on the left of the political spectrum abhorred her breakdown of social services and the apparently uncritical embrace of neo-liberalism.

WTF?!?

So – people must die for stupid islands (Falklands… history!!!).  Anyone who is not of the wealth is shit.

Reagan has a big dick.

All of this is said through time traveling flashbacks.  Thank Odin for these, or some shit storytellers could not a story make.

Seriously.  Think J.J. Abrams.  Fucker.

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Awards for cross-dressing?!?  19 for Mr. Streep for “The Iron Giant’s Lady” alone.

Where am I?

So, for political, what does this rate?

I have no idea.  “The Ides Of March” was bleh.

“J. Edgar” was a sausage fest.

Why didn’t I get to review “My Week With Marilyn”Kenneth Branagh was twice the man in there (and I mean “in there”) than Meryl Streep will ever be.

Fight the power!  Get the shit you have together people!  Fight “The Iron Lady”!

http://www.iww.org/

Margaret Thatcher?  Fuck that bitch:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JChuUgio_8g

Khan Manka!  Pay me my money!  An injury to one is an injury to all!!!!!

Damn… I’m drunk.

And I’m probably fired.  Khan, I can’t wait to review “Contraband”!  Really!!!

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8 comments

  1. Falkland Bob · January 13, 2012

    Screw thatcher. The Falkland’s will win in the end.

  2. Marty B · January 13, 2012

    Of course it’s a rotten movie! That’s all Hollywood produces. But extolling Meryl Streep’s performance while panning the movie doesn’t make much sense in any case. How can she put in a good performance if the script stinks? What are we supposed to do, plunk down $15 to go see Meryl Streep, just another has-been Hollywood liberal, prance around trying to look like someone she hates? Should we stick $50 popcorn in our ears to block out the dialogue too? Talk about old and confused, seems to me it’s Streep who fits the picture since she took the job in what is roundly being claimed to be one of the worst movies in years.

    • Teach 101 · January 13, 2012

      What ever gave you the idea that she was a liberal, or even talked politics at all? Most of the time Streep keeps to herself and doesn’t say a fracking word about anything anyway.

      Also, where did you get the fracking idea that the movie was complete produced in Hollywood anyway. dipshit? The movie’s distributed Focus Features, not made by it-it’s completely British made. It seems that you (and the reviewer) just want to rubbish a good movie because of the subject matter (didn’t see this much hatred for Soderberg’s Che from people like you.)

      • Kimmo Mustonenen · January 13, 2012

        Why do you want hatred from me for Che? That movie was awesome. “The Iron Lady” was less awesome. But Meryl Streep was very convincing playing that guy. England and America’s politics are very troubled. I grew up in Finland. A true land of the free.

  3. MT Kayak · January 13, 2012

    I don’t trust Left-Wing Hollywood or Meryl Streep with the Iron Lady’s story. And I don’t trust a drunk Kimmo to tell me if it’s any good or not.

  4. JT · January 13, 2012

    More like Iron Bitch. fuck her.

  5. Jiminy C · January 13, 2012

    2 hours with Ms. Streep in drag is not goin to get me to the movie theater. I would rather see almost anything else. I do like that all the great english roles are being done by Americans. Sherlock Holmes, Bridget Jones, Margaret Thatcher.

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