Monday, September 12, 2011

ISL Film Review: Mutiny on the Mavi Marmara

ISL - Istanbullywood- Mutiny on the Mavi Marmara is a new, uplifting moral drama, directed by well-known impressario, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, author of the previous smash hits:  Don't Cry For Me Kurdistan, Invasion of the Island Snatchers, and Where Oh Where Did All the Armenians Go? This new production tells the story of 35 courageous international activists, who are trying to smuggle supplies to a genocidal regime that lacks nothing except advanced weaponry with which to implement its murderous plans. In a revolt against all human decency and any sense of morality, the activists masquerade as innocent passengers. Suspense builds as army forces try to peacefully board the suspicious ship only to be treacherously attacked by the passengers, who thus complete their mutiny against Western values, mankind, and God.  New York Times critic, Edgar Pennington, called the movie "a beautiful vision of a better, simpler world, untroubled by morality". Coming soon to a terrorist base near you.

See also a previous post about Turkey's moronic PM, and Dry Bones also has something to say about this matter.
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