Robert De Niro on Donald Trump • The Raging Bull Rises

What Up Yo. 

Oh Bobby D…

Robert De Niro

So very glad to see your blood pumping crimson again.


I hate…and I don’t use that word often because my Pop always said:

“Hate is a very strong word Wes.”

That being stated, I hate politics.

I don’t trust many of the people in the political arena. 

Many in my generation, Generation X,  feel the same way in my opinion. Many do not. 

Enter Donald Trump. 

So, in America right now (it is Saturday, October 8th, 2016) Donald Trump is running for president.

I thought this was a fucking joke when I first heard it over a year ago…as did many others.

It’s not.

I rolled my eyes when I heard he was running,  but I wasn’t surprised. 

When a megalomaniac such as Donald Trump decides he is going to enter politics…of course he’s going to make a straight B-line for the position that will offer him the most amount of power. 

I watched and listened to what he was saying, proposing…threatening. I was quickly offended. 

Well yesterday, October 7, 2016, an audio clip was released to The Washington Post.

Recorded 10 years ago, this is a conversation between The Donald and Billy Bush where we can hear “The Donald” describe his power over woman due to his fame.

How he is able to get away with being a misogynistic pig because he is a “Star”.

He then describes in hyper-offensive detail what he can get away with when he is with a woman. 

I could write the words he speaks below, but I’m not going there, I don’t want to write the words he uses. 

I’ve included the Audio/Video clip below so you can hear the comments for yourself made by a man running to be the leader of the free world. 

The president of the greatest superpower on the planet…the United States Of America. 

It’s vulgar, sexist, offensive, inappropriate, discriminatory, revealing, disgusting and telling. Oh so telling.

Get it? 

Got it? 


So 10 minutes ago my wife walks into the house, and I hear Robert De Niro’s voice.

I’m thinking she’s watching Goodfellas, because what I’m hearing sounds like the scene where De Niro playing Jimmy Conway in the film begins losing his mind on his fellow wiseguys who were flashing their money around after they all pulled off the Lufthansa Heist…

The one in the bar, where he says 

“What the fuck’s the matter with you?”

This one…


Well I was wrong, it wasn’t Goodfellas. 

Turns out De Niro and I share the same opinion of this man, Donald Trump. 

He has some words for Don, for America, and shares his thought on what he would like to do to Donald Trumps face.

This is the only reason I’m mentioning the douche who is Trump…because Robert De Niro is the actor of actors, one of the greats of the greatest, and I happen to agree with every word that comes out of his mouth here.

Please watch Robert De Niro tear Donald Trump a new asshole and warn America about the danger of putting a megalomaniac in office. 



Thank You Robert DeNiro.

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story Trailers & Artwork • Voices Film & Television

Construction of the next wave of this billion dollar Uber-Franchise has commenced at Lucasfilms and the first Star Wars Spin-Off is upon us. It is called Rogue One and it’s “A Star Wars Story”…in case you missed the Death Star in the one-sheet.

Source: Rogue One: A Star Wars Story Trailers & Artwork • Voices Film & Television

The Podcast • Chapter 12 The Dark Knight With Matt Candela

The Podcast • Chapter 12
The Dark Knight
Christopher Nolan’s second entry in “The Dark Knight Trilogy”

Is it a masterpiece?

Is it “The Empire Strikes Back” of the saga?

Is it deserving of the praise it still receives eight years later?

Matt Candela of “That’ll Play” podcast and I break it down.
Thanks for listening.

Leave Your Mark

What Up Yo.

First off , read the article here:

The Podcast • Chapter 12
The Dark Knight
With Matt Candela

Chapter 12.

Christopher Nolan’s 2nd entry in “The Dark Knight Trilogy”

2008’s The Dark Knight.

The Dark Knight Trilogy

We went deep, 2 hours deep.

I’ve delved into the Dark before on this site in article form here:

The Dark Knight
How Christopher Nolan’s Film Nearly Achieved Masterpiece Status


I went to trim where I could, but couldn’t find a thing to take out.

I am joined this week by my cousin Matt Candela, of “That’ll Play” podcast.

2 years ago this month Matt and Johnny Nuzzi had me on their show and that experience was a massive factor in why this podcast exists today.

Therefore I found it fitting to have Brother Matt on the show 2 years later.

The result?


The only unfortunate part of this is that Oldboy wasn’t feeling well. . . and he was missed.

Get well brother.

Having Matt here was great. We covered as many corners of this film as we could do without a script.

Again, it’s 2 hours, it’s a big fat 48kHz, 24bit, stereo .MP3 file, so apologies that I couldn’t get it any smaller, but as far as I’m concerned it had to be the highest quality possible, dripping with gasoline.

Thanks for listening, hope you enjoy.

Leave Your Mark,




Source: The Podcast • Chapter 12 The Dark Knight With Matt Candela

Analysis 2 Of Front Cover: Rolling Stone



Rolling Stones magazine is typically known as a rock magazine; however, occasionally they do introduce other genres. Some may argue that ‘Rolling Stones’ isn’t a rock magazine but a hybrid. The uses and gratifications of this magazine is personal identity, the demographic will connect and identify themselves with particular artists/genres. The aspect is even greater within this issue, ’20 years on Nirvana’, the cover contains a very nostalgic type atmosphere; original fans of Nirvana will look at this cover and will personally relate back to the days when Nirvana were the height of the rock/music industry, starting a revolution where original fans would have been included . This gives us an idea to the age range of this issues particular demographic. At the time Nirvana’s fan base would have been teens of maybe 15 onwards; so ’20 years on’ concludes that this issue’s target audience is 35 years of age…

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