Trump Movie Reviews for this week:
Deadpool: “Loved it. Not a loser at all. Not low energy. He’s a doer like me. People ask me if I liked Deadpool, I said I once disavowed Wade Wilson but I changed my mind. Glad I did. But he is from Regina, Saskatchewan so not eligible for president. Not a threat. You bet I’d order Deadpool to kill he bad guys. He won’t refuse. He’s not going to refuse me. Believe me. . And — and — and — I’m a leader. I’m a leader. I’ve always been a leader. I’ve never had any problem leading people. If I say do it, they’re going to do it. That’s what leadership is all about. Let me just tell you, you look at the Marvel Universe. They’re chopping off heads. Smashing people. Stabbing folks with claws. Turning them into mutants. They’re kidnapping the prostitute girlfriends and anybody else that happens to be in the way. They’re drowning people in steel cages. And he — now we’re talking about waterboarding. Look at what they did to Wade to turn him into Deadpool. Think that was torture? Sure it was. I’d send him after Ajax and the families of who did that to him. Well, look, you know, when a family flies into the Avengers headquarters, a man flies into the Avengers headquarters, and his family gets sent back to where they were going — and I think most of you know where they went — and, by the way, it wasn’t Iraq — but they went back to a certain territory, they knew what was happening. The wife knew exactly what was happening. Yes, Deadpool. Great shot, good swordsman. Not as good as me but OK. Enough to get by. Polls well. Good movie. I’m 20 points up over little Marco in Florida. All right?
The Revenant: “Terrible what happened to my friend Leo. Tremendous guy. Parties at night, fights for climate change in the day. He’s like Batman. That bear was awful – it was a yuge establishment bear – and a terrorist, actually if you think about it. Those guys who left Leo in the dirt – losers. Should have called Deadpool. Some people felt sorry for the bear. Let me tell you, I did not. Leo was hunting and trapping bears but it’s very, very hard to get people to trap bears. But other bear hunters do the exact same thing. And just so you understand, just again, this is a legal process. This is a procedure. It’s part of the law. Leo was just taking advantage of that. There’s nothing wrong with it. We have no choice. What do you want us to do, waterboard them? This really started with Ted, a question was asked of Ted last — two debates ago about waterboarding Grizzly bears. And Ted was, you know, having a hard time with that question, to be totally honest with you. They then came to me, what do you think of waterboarding? I said it’s fine. And if we want to go stronger, I’d go stronger, too, because, frankly that’s the way I feel. Can you imagine — can you imagine these people, these animals over in the Rockies, that bite off heads, sitting around talking and seeing that we’re having a hard problem with bear waterboarding? We should go for waterboarding and we should go tougher than waterboarding. Glad Leo survived and won the Oscar. That’s my opinion.”