Remember THIS Hateful Liberal Hit Piece of a Movie?

NewsBusters | 8/31/2019 | Staff
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Bll Maher must have loved The Last Supper.

The HBO host loathes religion, so the title alone would make him smile. More importantly, the 1996 satire follows Leftists who murder conservatives to make the world a better place.

Years - Liberals - Hitler - Card

And yes, even 23 years ago, liberals played the Hitler Card against those with whom they disagreed.

Sound familiar?

Flawed - Film - Today - Light - Culture

It’s fascinating to watch the flawed film today in light of all that’s soured in our culture over the past two decades. The Left-Right blueprint remains, but a glance at social media shows how too many liberals cheer when conservatives pass.

What seemed shocking in 1996 feels a tad too close to home now, when the “punch a Nazi … and everyone I disagree with is a Nazi” is part of our realpolitik.

Supper - Media - Rage - Today - Battle

It’s easy to see how The Last Supper would have been met with social media rage today given the battle waged over the similarly themed satire The Hunt.

The latter allegedly followed rich liberals hunting Deplorables to the death. In The Last Supper, the liberals offer their victims a hearty meal before giving them the Grim Reaper treatment.

Cast - Film - Release - Ron - Eldard

A solid ensemble cast leads the film, which earned a microscopic $459K during its theatrical release. Ron Eldard, Cameron Diaz, Annabeth Gish, Courtney B. Vance and Jonathan Penner play five grad students who assemble for regular dinners and heated debates.

With names like Luke, Jude, Pete and Marc, it’s clear the film wants its title to evoke something more than a clever pun.

Dinner - Conversations - Virtues

Their dinner conversations routinely gets political, letting them bathe in their progressive virtues.

One fateful night Eldard’s character, Pete, arrives with a little help. A trucker named Zach (Bill Paxton) drove Pete to the dinner party after his car broke down. The friends graciously invite Zach to dinner as a thank you gesture.

Idea

Horrible idea.

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