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The Khan Picks His Top Ten Most-Loathed Cuck Flicks


Some of these movies have strong leading men and other masculine elements, however the story lines and dialogue are negating.

10. The Magnificent Seven with Steve McQueen, Yule Brynner & Charles Bronson, 1960—the heroes rue their own victory, not because it heralds the end of a heroic age, but because they failed to dig in the dirt like slaves—

If they hate being men so much I could use seven more eunuchs...

-9. Kings of the Sun, Yule Brynner, 1963 in which the leading man is ruled by a woman, who convinces him that sacrifice is bad and is then saved by a real warrior who sacrifices himself…

Bah!

-8. Rio Bravo, staring the ultimate cuck, John Wayne, 1959, as Sheriff Do Good Chance—

Bring me his head for a spittoon.

-7. Captain America, 2011?—the one with Battle Star Galactica over Pussington D. C.

Bring me the woman in red leather tights on a litter of superhero bones.

-6. The Bucket List, with Jack Nicholson, 2007 and the magic Negro without a libido—

Feed their heads to the crows, then kill the crows and feed them to the dogs, then feed the dogs alive to their keening hag wives!

-5. Bat Man: The Dark Knight Rises, starring Christian Bale, 2012 the one where the cops, spandexed freaks and mob all drop their machine guns to have a ninja brawl…

Bring me his head for a urinal.

-4. The Man from the Alamo, Glenn Ford, 1954 a flat-out pro-globalist anti-American anti-man movie in which women win the penultimate gunfight in petticoats.

What has become of this nation—might our toddlers invade it tomorrow?

-3. Gunge Din, Cary Grant and Douglas Fairbanks Junior, 1939, about the watercarrier who blows a bugle in alarm to save three low down thieves—

Whose heads should have adorned a goatherd’s fence.

-2. High Noon with Gary Cooper, 1952 where the hero whines to the peasants to support him in battle—

Bah! Let his head rot in the marsh.

-1. It’s a Wonderful Life, 1946, whimpering Jimmy Stewart in the foundational cuck movie—

Don’t not bring me his head! I don’t want it—it might cause impotence…

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LaManoOctober 28, 2018 5:12 PM UTC

Now you've ruined "It's a Wonderful Life" for me ... I'll have to watch it again and see if I can come up with a refutation for its #1 status on your list, because I can't think of any right off the bat ....
CucksterOctober 28, 2018 1:01 PM UTC

WTF is your idea of a musculine movie and manly men actors if you consider John Wayne, Charles Bronson , Yule Brynner and Glenn Ford cucks ? Oh Great Khan I hear the lamatations of your women as the ghost of these great warriors rise from the ferment of the earth to restore the respect and honor they richly and rightly deserve. Happly Halloween
responds:October 29, 2018 1:43 PM UTC

It is really a shame that these actors were so mal-used by the writers and directors. Thank God for Clint Eastwood.
BobOctober 28, 2018 3:44 AM UTC

'No Country for Old Men' is a truly great Western, with an excellent, laconic portrayal of man/woman relationships, too. Infused with the stoic sense of tragedy.

I prefer spaghetti westerns. Less saccharin.