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1 Week After Sick Comments, Peter Fonda Gets Major Reality Check At Movie Premiere



Last Wednesday, Peter Fonda called for Barron Trump to be “ripped” from his mother Melania’s arms and place in a cage”with pedophiles.” Just 1 week after, the liberal actor was slapped with a significant reality check out his own film premiere.

At a tweet sent out last Wednesday, Peter Fonda called for kidnapping Melania and Donald Trump’s son, Barron.

At a tweet, actor Peter Fonda called for Barron Trump to be”ripped” from his mom Melania’s arms and put in a cage”with pedophiles.” (Photo Credit: Screen capture via The Daily Caller)

Fonda’s Twitter meltdown was ill-timed, to say the very least, with Sony Pictures about to launch a film in which he plays a supporting role. The liberal actor and the motion picture giant are learning what a massive mistake it was, as the evaluations for the movie, titled”Boundaries,” are in. It ain’t looking pretty.

Sony Pictures released a film starring Peter Fonda this week, even after the actor went to an unhinged, sexist, disturbing rant from President Trump’s relatives and members of his government.

The movie bombed at the box office since audiences and critics alike gave it a thumbs down. The movie,”Boundaries,” starring Fonda at a supportive role gained just over $30,000 because it’s release. [Source: The Daily Caller]

“Boundaries” has only a 60 percent score on Rotten Tomatoes, which provides this synopsis of the plot:”LAURA (Vera Farmiga) is a single mother living in Seattle, with a continuous need to place creatures & others before her. After her estranged, criminally-minded father JACK (Christopher Plummer) is kicked from his retirement home, Laura agrees to drive him down the shore to live with her sister JoJo (Kristen Schaal) at LA.”

“Along for the ride is her bright but troubled son HENRY, and an range of animal charity cases,” provides the film review site. “Without telling Laura, Jack convinces Henry to help him sell off his copious supply of marijuana at each stop of the journey, leading to sudden reunions with old friends and family.”

If you think that seems like a waste of your money and 104 moments of your time, you are not the only one.

When it made headlines in Hollywood to the wrong reasons, Sony Pictures Classics’”Boundaries” is off to a tepid start in the box office, as it started five screens this weekend. Directed by Shana Feste and starring Vera Farmiga and Christopher Plummer, the movie has made $30,395 for a per screen average of $6,079.

This past week, Peter Fonda, with a minor role in the film, posted an angry Twitter rant geared towards President Donald Trump and his wife and son, Melania and Barron, which was a knee-jerk reaction to the White House’s family separation coverage towards undocumented migrants and asylum seekers.

The American men and women are completely fed-up with out-of-touch actors who think that they can wield unwarranted attacks on conservatives, then expect the supporters of those conservatives to shell out their own hard-earned money to watch their movies.

If Peter Fonda and his cronies — most of whom were made the same mistake — were clever, they would keep their big, liberal mouths closed. It is one thing to have a notion, but it is quite another to alienate a large part of your fanbase only to attack people who don’t agree with you.

Documentary filmmaker Michael Moore waddled back to the limelight in order to bash President Donald Trump. While talking on The Late Show, he arranged that the”resistance” to commit to assaulting the president. However, the words he used might have been poorly chosen. Very.

Occasionally, when you call for others to be attacked and harassed, it is you who becomes the goal that you wanted the others to be. On Thursday, Rep. Maxine Waters said that she learned that lesson the hard way because she got a taste of her own medication.


source : chicagopost

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