Jew Hollywood is Force-Memeing Shitty Negro-Centric Movies

Adrian Sol
Daily Stormer
March 13, 2017

Who is this supposed to appeal to?

I made a prediction before the release of “Black Panther” that it wouldn’t do as well as other Marvel movies, and it turned out to be disastrously wrong.

How did this happen?

Are people suddenly interested in seeing movies full of negroes?

Probably not.

This is being forced incredibly hard, beyond my own calculations. And they’re doing the same thing with this new Oprah negro movie, although it’s not having nearly the same success.

Fox News:

T’Challa still rules the box office four weeks in, even with the fresh rivalry of another Walt Disney Studios release in “A Wrinkle in Time.”

“Black Panther” took the No. 1 spot at the North American box office with $41.1 million according to studio estimates Sunday, leaving another newcomer in its wake. The Marvel and Disney phenomenon crossed the $1 billion mark worldwide this weekend and became the 7th highest grossing domestic release with $562 million. Not accounting for inflation, it’s now passed “The Dark Knight.”

How did this happen? There isn’t one single reason. They pulled a lot of moves to funnel everyone into watching Black Panther.

First, of course, were the hoaxed reviews.

Early review were universally gushing, to the point that the movie had the same rating as classics like Citizen Kane.

The entire media apparatus conspired to convince normies that this was somehow a masterpiece of cinema, which it obviously isn’t. It’s a stupid superhero movie.

They also hoaxed positive audience reviews, by simply deleting critical reviews.

Polygon:

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Rotten Tomatoes complained that the “alt-right” was going to review-bomb the movie, and used that as an excuse to “moderate” them.

With a marketplace still dominated by “Black Panther,” Disney faced some stiff competition from its own studio in launching Ava DuVernay’s adaption of “A Wrinkle in Time,” which opened in second place with $33.3 million from 3,980 locations. The PG-rated film, which cost around $103 million to produce and stars Oprah Winfrey and Reese Witherspoon, received mixed reviews from critics (it’s currently at a “rotten” 44 percent on RottenTomatoes) and audiences who gave it a B CinemaScore.

Ooops, they forgot to hoax the reviews for this new negro movie. That partially explains why it’s not doing quite as well as Black Panther. But it doesn’t explain why it’s doing better than you’d expect out of some fantasy-themed Blacksploitation movie.

The next factor is theater space.

Both Black Panther and A Wrinkle in Time are playing damn near everywhere, while other movies have partial coverage. That’ll also be a strong contributing factor to their success.

Hollywood has a long tradition of using theater distribution as a tool to game the success of movies. A well-known example is “Idiocracy,” a great 2006 comedy which promoted eugenics.

They had this movie play in only seven cities during its opening, and later expanded to 130 theaters. Compare that to Black Panther’s 4000+ venues.

All of the other movies currently out simultaneously with these negro movies are playing in significantly fewer locations.

In gauging “A Wrinkle in Time’s” long-term prospects, a somewhat similar comparison could be Disney’s “Tomorrowland,” a PG-rated sci-fi pic with middling reviews and a B CinemaScore which opened to $33 million in the early summer of 2015 and went on to gross $93 million domestically. “Tomorrowland,” however, notably cost nearly twice as much to make as “A Wrinkle in Time.”

The next factor is time of release. In the summer, there’s a lot more competition for movie audiences as more blockbusters are released. So the same movies released in the summer time would probably get a lot less screen time, since the audience would have more choice.

In a few days, they’ll also be able to watch this monkey-faced stormtrooper piloting a giant robot, for example.

More importantly, they pretty much didn’t release any other big-budget action or fantasy movies during this period.

Estimated ticket sales for Friday through Sunday at U.S. and Canadian theaters, according to comScore. Final domestic figures will be released Monday.

1.”Black Panther,” $41.1 million.

2.”A Wrinkle in Time,” $33.3 million.

3.”The Strangers: Prey At Night,” $10.5 million.

4.”Red Sparrow,” $8.2 million.

5.”Game Night,” $7.9 million.

6.”Peter Rabbit,” $6.8 million.

7.”Death Wish,” $6.6 million.

8.”The Hurricane Heist,” $3.2 million.

9.”Annihilation,” $3.2 million.

10.”Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle,” $2.8 million.

For the entire time Black Panther has been in theaters, it was the only big-budget action movie you could see on the big screen. The rest are all horror, drama, thrillers, and so on, which don’t command the same types of audiences.

By avoiding the summer time, when they’d have had actual competition, they could remain the only kid on the block and get all that blockbuster audience to themselves.

And all this isn’t even mentioning the ridiculous social media campaign that billed the movie as basically a religious experience for Black people, who I’m sure all watched it multiple time.

As much money as they’ve made with all this, it’s hard to measure all the things they’ve had to sacrifice in order to achieve this artificial success. I’d bet they had to delay various movies to make room for their Wakandan story. That can’t be cheap. Pressuring all these journalists to only give the movie glowing reviews probably did a lot to undermine the credibility of these people, which makes this strategy nonviable in the long term.

I ain’t gon watch dem crackas be pretendin’ like dey ain’t stole’d our wakandan technology.

Moreover, with their perfect nigger utopia movie realized, I’d bet Black people will now demand more of these in the future and lose interest in movies featuring White people. So this might actually hurt future sales of non-Blacked movies with that demographic.

If Hollywood starts restructuring its whole production process and release schedule to promote weird diversity movies at the expense of normal entertainment, this is going to become nonviable very soon. People will tune out, just like they tuned out of football.

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