Seth Rogen Compares ‘American Sniper’ To Nazi Propaganda

20 Jan 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Friend of Chris Kyle to Seth Rogen: ‘You’re Welcome’.

Seth Rogen is backtracking after receiving backlash for a tweet he sent out Sunday comparing “American Sniper” to the Nazi propaganda film featured within Quentin Tarantino’s “Inglorious Basterds.” On Monday, multiple news outlets and celebrities called out Rogen for his tweet, mainly because comparing a film about Chris Kyle’s career as a Navy SEAL with one about a fake Nazi sniper in World War II is just moronic. SEAN PARNELL: I think comments, you know, whether from Michael Moore or Seth Rogen, I think what it does is it underscores an inherent antimilitary bias in Hollywood. I think that if Hollywood could just get passed that bias, you would see more military block busters that celebrate American exceptionalism, selfless service, honor and integrity on the battlefield, and oh by the way, they’d probably make hundreds of millions at the same time. It just reminded me of the Tarantino scene.” The Hollywood actor, who co-wrote and stared in “The Interview,” was referring to a Nazi propaganda movie that played at the conclusion of “Inglorious Bastards.” Pretty tacky of you,” wrote Joe Wierzbicki. “American Sniper,” directed by Clint Eastwood, brought in a record-breaking $90 million for it’s opening weekend, easily surpassing the 2009 film “Avatar” that held a previous opening-weekend record of $68 million.

In June of 2014 he made this comment, “my dad is an American, so I’ve always been an American citizen, which is very nice because it’s made my life so much easier.” So Seth Rogen, on behalf of all American veterans who fought for your freedom, you’re welcome.

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