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A favorite recent post from the 4th of July:
Today’s list isn’t about the holiday, the American Revolution or the Founding Fathers… Think about it this way; a cute, little, innocent alien from a peaceful planet lands in your backyard and wants to know about America. Not the dry historical stuff, but who we are as a people and nation. What we represent and believe. Before you hand your new found friend over to the CIA for interrogation and dissection, which five movies would you screen? Here are mine with the short comment I’d make after explaining the choice:
1. Glory (1989) – Every generation, better than the last.
2. They Were Expendable (1945) – What men this country creates.
3. An American In Paris (1951) – What art this country creates.
4. Rocky Balboa (2006) – Only in America.
5. Independence Day (1996) – You sure you came in peace?
Imagine what liberals would show the poor thing. All that porn, Al Gore and Michael Moore… No, the CIA is definitely more compassionate.
Robin here: Every one of those movies makes sense to me for the reasons stated. And, secret confession … I watch Independence Day whenever I stumble across it on cable. No, it is not great filmmaking or a classic by any means. But there is just something fun about whipping those bad aliens who are out to destroy all mankind.