Movie: The Believer

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The idea of a Jewish kid so consumed with self-loathing that he becomes a neo-Nazi has potential, but runs into problems here. The characters’ motivations and philosophies are too muddled to be believable. Ambiguity in a character is good, but eventually it has to be explained.

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5 thoughts on “Movie: The Believer

  1. I would like to see one where an Afro-American / National Association for the Advancement of Colored People person joins the Ku Klux Klan.

  2. exactly, sorta.

    i mean, just cuz someone doesn’t have something good to say does NOT mean they should NOT be ALLOWED to say it.

    what if the Nazis wanted to shutdown cyberho?! that’d be awful.

    i backed into a boulder by the little loaf. put a 4″ x 3″ dago in my truck right above my rear blinker assembly. at least i have the right to damage my $25,000+ (interest included) dollar vehicle. woooooooop wooooooooop?

    bouldered perty da gon good 2day. did that painful prob on the r-side of the l. loaft (n.e. face) in 3 tries. HAD to get the hands right.
    nipples 2nd (but not 3rd) try. few other test pieces. felt strong, but a bit a stupid. luckily, when you have NOBODY to blame butt yerself, it’s somehow easier to deal wiff.

  3. You’re right, they’re way different. I kind of admire the lawyer for living by his principles.

    Dang doodle, ya dinged yer donkey. Well, at least now it’s over with and you don’t have to worry about when it’s gonna happen.

    Bouldering sounds strange, alien almost. Did I do that once?

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