Difference between revisions of "Brokeback Mountain"

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(Undo revision 531242 by Hsmom (Talk) being the teen crush of the month does not make you a "name" actor)
(edit closing. ledger was not no-name. if it was ill advised why did he get an oscar nod and a major role in one of the biggest films of all time? it couldn't have hurt his career. see talk)
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Despite the destructive message of this film, liberal [[Hollywood]] rewarded the [[homosexual agenda]] by festooning the movie with several awards including three [[Oscar]]s, four [[BAFTA]] awards, and four [[Golden Globe]]s. The movie became the "buzz" that everyone was talking about in 2005 and people were admonished for not having seen it and not being "open-minded" to a "different" love story. In that respect, the [[advertising]] purposefully concealed the theme of [[homosexuality]] from the unsuspecting public, merely referring to it as a modern day "love story" and concentrating on the appealing rugged cowboy element and picturesque landscapes.
 
Despite the destructive message of this film, liberal [[Hollywood]] rewarded the [[homosexual agenda]] by festooning the movie with several awards including three [[Oscar]]s, four [[BAFTA]] awards, and four [[Golden Globe]]s. The movie became the "buzz" that everyone was talking about in 2005 and people were admonished for not having seen it and not being "open-minded" to a "different" love story. In that respect, the [[advertising]] purposefully concealed the theme of [[homosexuality]] from the unsuspecting public, merely referring to it as a modern day "love story" and concentrating on the appealing rugged cowboy element and picturesque landscapes.
  
Two young, no-name actors ([[Heath Ledger]] and [[Jake Ghyllenhall]]) took on the main roles, since sensible and respected actors would not touch a project like this. Their decision to join this project proved ill-advised.
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Two young actors ([[Heath Ledger]] and [[Jake Ghyllenhall]]) took on the main roles, since many actors would not touch a project like this.  
  
 
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[[Category:Drama]][[Category:Homosexuality]]

Revision as of 12:09, 7 October 2008

Brokeback Mountain is a drama movie from 2005 by Ang Lee about two male cowboys who fail to deal with their hormonal urges in a time of prolonged seclusion from others (particularly from females). Afterwards, they come to their senses and marry beautiful, dedicated and loving women. However soon their past comes to haunt them and destroys not only their lives but the innocent lives of their wives and innocent children. Audiences witness the families torn asunder in waves of agonizing revelations, all stemming from a secret around "fishing" trips where the men once again use their seclusion to its "ends".

Despite the destructive message of this film, liberal Hollywood rewarded the homosexual agenda by festooning the movie with several awards including three Oscars, four BAFTA awards, and four Golden Globes. The movie became the "buzz" that everyone was talking about in 2005 and people were admonished for not having seen it and not being "open-minded" to a "different" love story. In that respect, the advertising purposefully concealed the theme of homosexuality from the unsuspecting public, merely referring to it as a modern day "love story" and concentrating on the appealing rugged cowboy element and picturesque landscapes.

Two young actors (Heath Ledger and Jake Ghyllenhall) took on the main roles, since many actors would not touch a project like this.