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by John Thielking

Peacemovies.com is an activist web site that starts viewers off with a political peace and justice editorial or two followed by violence ratings of movies available on DVD and in theaters. Hyperlinks from the list of movie ratings take viewers to the reviews of the relatively nonviolent movies. The "Too Violent" movies are listed but not reviewed. The movies are classified into four categories: Little Or No Violence (2 or less violent scenes per 90 minutes and/or a few off screen violent stories and few deaths, if any), Nonviolent (10 or less serious acts of violence per 90 minutes with few if any deaths), Iffy (10-20 scenes of mild violence per 90 minutes) and Too Violent (way more than 10 violent scenes or more than 10 seriously violent scenes per 90 minutes and/or many dead bodies and/or an orgy of violence -- a sustained violent scene of 30 seconds or so or longer --- at any point).


7-14-2013 Update:
In case you haven't heard, George Zimmerman, the white, Latin American man accused of murdering the African American teenager Trayvon Martin was acquitted of all charges on Saturday July 13, 2013.  Nationwide protests are occurring against this verdict made by 5 white women and one Latina woman as this is being written. Tonight there was a protest and march through downtown San Jose, CA, USA, attended by up to 100 people. The march went from San Jose City Hall at 4th and E Santa Clara Streets over to the Federal Building at 2nd and San Carlos and took to the center of the roadways on 2nd and 1st streets until the cops forced people to walk on the sidewalk. Another march and rally is planned for next Sunday, July 21st at 6PM starting at San Jose City Hall.  Charlotte Casey of the San Jose Peace and Justice Center has also suggested that people show up at San Jose City Hall EVERY DAY until the Obama Justice Dept files civil rights violation charges against George Zimmerman. This author can't go every day, but he will check back on Wednesday to see what is happening.  People on KPFA.org tonight suggested that everyone needs to to something in their own way to end violence and racism.  Working on Peacemovies.com is what this author is doing to end that, so this Monday and Tuesday will be spent watching movies as this weekend has been full of protest actions but not much movie watching.

7-25-2013 Update:
The protest for Trayvon Martin on Sunday July 21st went off without a hitch. People marched down the center of Santa Clara Street to Market st and then down Market St to the Federal Building at 2nd and San Carlos. Shown on the channel 2 (KTVU) news was a scene where one person (backed up by the rest of the group) was blocking the path of a light rail vehicle. Apparently, no arrests occurred. The next protest action will occur on August 6th and August 24th in San Jose. For information on the August 6th protest, visit http://on.fb.me/12Wck70.

7-31-2013 Update:
Paul Short has a anti-GMO products boycott list (see the July 4, 2013 Peacemovies.com homepage and the June 2013 newsletter) that includes Marie Callenders (the tv dinners I suppose). I am now officially taking Marie Callenders the restaurant off of the anti-GMO boycott list because of the following observations: 1) Last Sunday the chef who was cooking the omelets during brunch used olive oil instead of the (probably soy oil) that he used the previous week and 2) after inquiring about how they cook the Prime Rib dinner for Fri and Sat dinner service I found out that a) the meat is cooked in the oven without any oil and b) the vegetables are steamed (not deep fried or stir fried with oil as they are at some places). Please encourage Marie Callenders to expand their GMO free menu offerings.   I don't know about their pies for instance. Coco's pies all have corn syrup in them for instance, which is GMO.

See the July 2013 Newsletter editorial below.

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To see a brand new page, detailing how you can legally watch and hear streaming content over the web (for free) that is often of much better quality and originality than the typical Hollywood production, and is most often completely nonviolent, click here to see the Off-Hollywood Page.

To see the original intro, click here.   To see last month's intro, click here.

Please support the Santa Cruz 11.  These are 11 activists and journalists who were innocent bystanders at a bank building takeover in November 2011 in Santa Cruz, CA, but who are now being charged with felony vandalism, felony conspiracy to commit vandalism and misdemeanor trespass.  See the suggested actions to take to support the Santa Cruz 11 by clicking here.

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Peacemovies.com
July 2013
Vol 2 No 7

6-20-2013 Update (edited 7-2-2013):
From the Santa Clara County Green Party e-mail chat list:

This e-mail will likely result in this author being tagged as a dissident by the powers that be and maybe even result in his home Internet connection being wiretapped directly instead of the NSA simply scooping up all of his meta data through that secret room at AT&T in SF.  So be it.

This author was reluctant to respond to another Green Party member's call to comment on the NSA spying scandals and the Edward Snowden controversies and so on until after he had read Alan Pearce's e-book called The Deep Web For Journalists. This book gives a thumbnail sketch of how journalists (and other savory and not so savory types) can evade detection in their quest for anonymous online searches and secure communications.  As alluded to above, this author is not so sure that the techniques in this book would not be vulnerable to being compromised if the FBI or other alphabet soup org were to wiretap your home Internet connection directly instead of relying on the world wide dragnet of everyone's information. Still, if you want to give the middle finger to the powers that be, including at least finding search engines other than Google that don't keep endless logs of your search activities, then this is the book for you. You can download a PDF version after going through the PayPal portal at http://www.alanpearce.com/.  Good luck and God Speed.

Sincerely,

John Thielking

PS: An example of one of the recommended search engines is https://startpage.com/uk/  That page says it is powered by Google, but if you hover your mouse over the Google logo you find out that your Google search is done anonymously through this portal. Nice!  Additionally, if you do a search and then click on the "View By IxQuick Proxy" your visit to the web site that you searched for is also completely anonymous. Everything from your computer at home to the startpage web site is encrypted (that's what https:// does). This author was going to ask someone how to set up an https:// connection for the entire www.peacemovies.com web site so that people could surf anonymously while on the site, but that may not be needed. If you want to surf this site anonymously, just go to the startpage.com web site and search for peacemovies.com and then click on "View By IxQuick Proxy" and from that point forward you can surf peacemovies.com completely anonymously! Yay! *%&%%&& the NSA! There is one slight technical glitch with this search page. It doesn't return exactly the same results as typing in your search to Google directly.  For instance, searching for "Peacemovies.com Under The Sea" does not return a result for the review of Under The Sea on Peacemovies.com, but does return the various archived home pages that have Under The Sea listed as one of the movies reviewed. Oh well.  Nothing is perfect. Also, if you want to order a booklet or newsletter subscription from the store you will have to exit the proxy or at least send the info to the peacemovies.com https:// connection.


PPS: Bad News: It now appears that the NSA will soon have the computing power to break standard encryption of encrypted messages and https:// connections, according to an article on the World Socialist Web Site located here: http://www.wsws.org/en/articles/2013/06/25/infr-j25.html . So apparently the only remedy for this is a picket sign, not a soon to be grossly out of date book on the Deep Web. This author has considered how to ensure private web surfing and/or private e-mailing that is not able to be monitored or associated with a particular individual. That does not seem to be practical at this time. It is possible to keep your cell phone from being tracked, but since there appears to be a watch battery in the phone that keeps tracking going even when the main battery is taken out, what is needed is to take the main battery out and then encase the phone in tin foil, unless you want to completely disassemble the phone to remove the watch battery, which isn't needed apparently. In the latter case, remove both the watch battery and the main battery and you should no longer have tracking occurring for your phone. THEN it would be safe to go to a cybercafe (out of view of any security cameras on public or private buildings that may be connected to the Internet and allow spooks from the NSA to use facial recognition software --- or gait recognition software --- to figure out who you are even if you are attempting to hide your identity) and do some anonymous computing.  Be sure not to use your real e-mail address while at the cybercafe location and be sure that any comments you post anywhere on the web are rewritten to disguise your writing style, as your writing style is unique among billions of people. Adopting a valley girl persona would be the easiest way to disguise your online voice, like, totally for real, dude. And make a conscious effort to alter sentence structure in other ways, such as total average sentence length, etc.

For a clue as to where to hold up a picket sign, check out the "Restore The 4th Amendment" protests in your city on July 4th, 2013.  Go to http://www.restorethefourth.net  for more information and to locate a protest near you.

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We live in tumultuous times. First Obama signed ACTA back in October 2011 that would usher in a new era of repression for the Internet. Then Obama signed the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) on December 31, 2011, authorizing the indefinite detention of US citizens without charge or trial if they are deemed to be terrorism suspects. Next up is a bill that would strip US citizenship from people who are detained as terrorism suspects and a bill that will outlaw protesting of any kind inside the security perimeter of a venue that is secured by the Secret Service. Plus Attorney General Eric Holder said regarding indefinite detention and extrajudicial executions, “Due process does not include judicial process.” and “The term 'assassination' only includes unlawful killings.” Where will all it end? All we can do is protest at every opportunity and work to raise a generation of folks who will consider freedom of expression and freedom from militarism as core principles to carry forward. To that end, Peacemovies.com seeks to use what is left of the free market to persuade the people who make movies to make more movies that are relatively nonviolent. On Peacemovies.com, movies are categorized into 4 classes: little or no violence, nonviolent, iffy and too violent. About 35%-50% of the movies currently in the theaters are relatively nonviolent. In the tables below, DVDs are rated and reviewed and then the movies currently in theaters are rated and reviewed. Thank you for your support.


Peacemovies.com also offers reviews of older nonviolent movies on DVD.  To see reviews of the top 50 older movies on DVD, click here, or visit the page below to check out the latest non-violent movies and family movies on DVD and in theaters. The complete reviews of everything on newly released DVDs and in theaters from Little Or No Violence up to Iffy are available by clicking the links in the tables below.  Concerned about your privacy while surfing Peacemovies.com?  Not to worry, your information is safe with Peacemovies.com.  Check out the privacy policy here.

New!  The Peacemovies.com homepage has been reorganized to reflect the priorities of the majority of viewers.  Since a survey shows that 80% of you watch DVDs (and 90% of DVD viewers watch new releases), but only 45% of you watch movies in theaters, a brand new list has been created showing new releases to DVD in the past 60-90 days towards the top of the homepage, followed by the regular list of movies currently in theaters. At the very bottom of the homepage are links to archived versions of the homepage, showing past lists of movies in theaters and past lists of movies on DVD.  The entire site is also searchable using the Google search box in the upper left hand corner of the homepage.  Thank you.

New! Instances where movies feature people smoking are now included in the reviews of some of the nonviolent movies that are reviewed. (Movie reviews after 5-14-12 include this information.)  It has been documented that kids smoke more often if they first watch movies that feature smoking.

John Thielking is a peace and environmental activist who lived in Santa Cruz, CA from 1984-2005 and who currently lives in San Jose, CA. You can e-mail John at pagesincolor@yahoo.com.

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Violence Ratings And Reviews Of New Release DVDs (released from April 2, 2013 to July 30, 2013)  General release dates (from  dvdsreleasedates.com) are in (parentheses). Release dates for Netflix DVDs by mail are in [brackets].
Little or no Violence  (2 or less violent scenes, or just a few off screen violent stories and few deaths if any.)

The End Of Love NR Drama # (7-16-13) [7-16-13]

The Oogieloves In The Big Balloon Adventure G Adventure/Musical # (7-16-13) [7-16-13]

Venus & Serena PG-13 Documentary # (7-2-13) [7-2-13]

Quartet PG-13 Drama* (6-18-13) [6-18-13]

The Guilt Trip PG-13 Comedy # (4-30-13) [4-30-13]

Non-Violent (10 or less violent scenes per 90 minutes, with few if any dead bodies.)

Teen Beach Movie  TV-G Comedy/Musical # (7-30-13)

Flying Lessons (2010) R Drama* (7-30-13) [7-16-13]

Ginger & Rosa PG-13 Drama* (7-23-13) [7-23-13]

42: The True Story Of An American Legend PG-13 Drama # (7-16-13)

Tyler Perry's Temptation: Confessions Of A Marriage Counselor PG-13 Drama # (7-9-13) [7-9-13]

Admission PG-13 Comedy/Drama # (7-9-13)

Promised Land R Drama # (4-23-13)

Hyde Park On Hudson R Historical Drama* (4-9-13)

Late Bloomers NR Romantic Comedy* (4-9-13)

Iffy (11-20 scenes of mild violence)

The House I Live In NR Documentary* (7-2-13) [7-2-13]

Do The Math NR Documentary # (4-20-13)


Too Violent (way more than 10 violent scenes and/or many dead bodies and/or an orgy of violence at any point)

Footnotes: (wt) = watched trailer,  (wm) = watched movie.

GI Joe: Retaliation PG-13 Action/Adventure (wt) (7-30-13) [7-30-13]

Filly Brown R Drama (wm) # (7-30-13) [7-30-13]

Assault On Wall Street R Drama (wt) (7-30-13) [7-30-13]

Black Rock R Thriller/Horror (wt) (7-30-13) [7-30-13]

Welcome To The Punch R Action/Adventure (wt) (7-23-13)[7-23-13]

Love and Honor PG-13 Drama/War (wt) (7-23-13) [7-23-13]

Vehicle 19 R Action/Adventure (wt) (7-23-13) [7-23-13]

Trance R Crime Drama (wt) (7-23-13) [7-23-13]

Graceland NR Crime Drama/Thriller (wt) (7-23-13) [7-23-13]

Kiss Of The Damned R Horror (wt) (7-23-13) [7-23-13]

Evil Dead R Horror (wt) (7-16-13) [7-16-13]

Bullet To The Head R Drama (wt) (7-16-13)

Solomon Kane R Action/Adventure (wt) (7-16-13) [7-16-13]

The Host PG-13 Sci-Fi/Romance (wt) (7-9-13) [7-2-13]

Spring Breakers R Comedy/Drama (wm) (7-9-13) [7-9-13]

Dead Man Down R Thriller/Crime (wt) (7-9-13) [7-9-13]

The Power Of Few R Drama (wt) (7-9-13) [7-9-13]

Would You Rather NR Horror (wt) (7-9-13) [7-9-13]

Inescapable R Thriller/Romance (wt) (7-2-13) [7-2-13}

6 Souls R Horror (wt) (7-2-13) [7-2-13]

Tai Chi Hero NR Action/Adventure (wt) (7-2-13) [7-2-13]

The Employer NR Thriller (wt) (7-2-13)

Tower Block NR Thriller (wt) (7-2-13)

The Call R Thriller (wt) (6-25-13) [6-25-13]

The Incredible Burt Wonderstone PG-13 Drama (wm) (6-25-13)

No R Drama (wm) (6-25-13) [6-25-13]

Phantom R Drama (wt) (6-25-13)

Upside Down PG-13 Sci-Fi (wt) (6-25-13) [6-25-13]

Into The White R Drama (wt) (6-25-13) [6-25-13]

Pusher R Thriller (wt) (6-25-13) [6-25-13]

Jack The Giant Slayer PG-13 Drama (wt) (6-18-13)

21 And Over R Comedy (wt) (6-18-13)

The Last Exorcism Part 2 PG-13 Horror (wt) (6-18-13) [6-18-13]

Movie 43 R Comedy (wt) (6-18-13)

Stoker R Horror (wt) (6-18-13)

The Brass Teapot R Comedy (wt) (6-18-13) [6-18-13]

Summoned PG-13 Drama (wt) (6-18-13) [6-18-13]

OZ; The Great And Powerful PG Action/Adventure (wt) (6-11-13) [6-11-13]

Hansel And Gretel: Witch Hunters R Action/Horror (wt) (6-11-13) [6-11-13]

Snitch PG-13 Thriller (wt) (6-11-13) [6-11-13]

Dead Man's Burden NR Drama (wt) (6-11-13) [6-11-13]

Identity Thief R Comedy (wt) (6-4-13)

A Good Day To Die Hard R Action/Thriller (wt) (6-4-13)

Warm Bodies PG-13 Comedy/Horror (wt) (6-4-13) [6-4-13]

Escape From Planet Earth PG Animation/Comedy (wt) (6-4-13) [6-4-13]

12 Rounds 2: Reloaded R Action/Adventure (wt) (6-4-13)

Dark Skies PG-13 Sci-Fi/Thriller (wt) (5-28-13) [5-28-13]

Lore NR Drama/War (wm) (5-28-13) [5-28-13]

Side Effects R Drama/Thriller (wm) (5-21-13)

Beautiful Creatures PG-13 Drama (wt) (5-21-13)

Parker R Action/Adventure (wt) (5-21-13) [5-21-13]

The Last Stand R Action/Thriller/Crime (wt) (5-21-13) [5-21-13]

Stand Up Guys R Drama (wt) (5-21-13) [5-21-13]

Texas Chainsaw 3D R Horror (wt) (5-14-13) [5-14-13]

Cloud Atlas R Sci-Fi (wt) (5-14-13)

Back To 1942 R Drama/War (wt) (5-14-13)

Jack Reacher PG-13 Thriller (wt) (5-7-13) [5-7-13]

Mama PG-13 Horror (wt) (5-7-13)

Safe Haven PG-13 Drama/Romance (wm) (5-7-13) [5-7-13]

The Oranges R Comedy/Drama (wm) (5-7-13) [5-7-13]

Silver Linings Playbook R Romantic Comedy # (wm) (4-30-13)

Broken City R Drama (wt) (4-30-13)

The Details R Comedy/Drama (wt) (4-30-13)

The Wicked R Horror (wt) (4-30-13)

Gangster Squad R Drama (wt) (4-23-13)

A Haunted House R Horror/Comedy (wt) (4-23-13)

The Impossible PG-13 Drama (wt) (4-23-13) [4-23-13]

Pawn R Drama (wt) (4-23-13) [4-23-13]

Django Unchained R Drama/Western (wt) (4-16-13) [4-16-13]

Dragon R Drama (wt) (4-16-13) [4-16-13]

The Haunting In Connecticut 2: The Ghosts of Georgia R Horror (wt) (4-16-13) [4-16-13]

The Sorcerer And The White Snake PG-13 Drama (wt) (4-9-13) [4-9-13]

Bad Kids Go To Hell R Horror (wt) (4-9-13) [4-9-13]

John Dies At The End R Comedy/Horror (wt) (4-2-13) [4-2-13]

The Sweeny R Crime Drama (wt) (4-2-13)

The Baytown Outlaws R Drama (wt) (4-2-13) [4-2-13]

Not yet reviewed



Violence Ratings And Reviews of Movies Currently In Theaters from 7/4/2013 to 8/4/2013: (Click on links to see reviews.) 
Movie listings obtained from http://events.mercurynews.com/movies.
Footnotes: * = there is smoking in this movie. 
# = there is no smoking in this movie.
Little or no Violence  (2 or less violent scenes, or just a few off screen violent stories and few deaths if any.)

Terms And Conditions May Apply NR Documentary #

The To Do List R Comedy #

Deceptive Practice: The Mysteries And Mentors Of Ricky Jay NR Documentary #

Unfinished Song PG-13 Comedy/Drama*

20 Feet From Stardom PG-13 Documentary*

Four Sisters And A Wedding NR Romantic Comedy #

Fill The Void PG Drama*

Rebels With A Cause NR Documentary #

Frances Ha R Comedy*

Non-Violent (10 or less violent scenes per 90 minutes, with few if any dead bodies.)

The Way Way Back PG-13 Comedy/Drama*

Storm Surfers 3D  NR Documentary/Adventure #

Augustine NR Drama*

Kevin Hart: Let Me Explain
R Comedy #

Pandora's Promise NR Documentary #

Much Ado About Nothing PG-13 Romantic Comedy*

Love Is All You Need R Romantic Comedy #

Tiger Eyes PG-13 Drama #

Before Midnight R Romance #

42: The True Story Of An American Legend PG-13 Drama #

Flight Of The Butterflies NR Adventure/Documentary #

Iffy (11-20 scenes of mild violence)

Hannah Arendt NR Docudrama*

Under The Sea G Documentary #

The Kings of Summer R Comedy/Adventure*

Comedy Sportz  NR  Live Improv Comedy  #

Too Violent (way more than 10 violent scenes and/or many dead bodies and/or an orgy of violence at any point)

Footnotes: (wt) = watched movie trailer,  (wm) = watched movie

Blue Jasmine PG-13 Comedy/Drama* (wm) (This is a first. A Woody Allen movie that is too violent.)

Bajatey Raho NR Comedy (wt)

The Smurfs 2 PG Comedy/Fantasy (wt)

Red 2 PG-13 Comedy/Action/Adventure (wt)

2 Guns R Thriller/Action (wt)

Fruitvale Station R Drama*

Sahasam NR Action/Adventure (wt)

D-Day NR Thriller (wt)

SpongeBob SquarePants The Movie PG Animation (wt)

Best Of Luck NR Comedy (wt)

Blackfish PG-13 Documentary (wt)

The Hunt R Drama (wt)

The Wolverine PG-13 Action/Fantasy (wt)

Ramaiya Vastavaiya NR Romance/Musical (wm)

Girl Most Likely PG-13 Comedy # (wm)

Turbo 3D PG Comedy/Animation (wm)

Copperhead PG-13 Drama (wt)

Only God Forgives R Drama (wt)

Red 2 PG-13 Action/Comedy (wt)

R.I.P.D. PG-13 Action/Comedy (wt)

The Conjuring R Horror (wt)

I'm So Excited! R Comedy # (A man gets raped.) (wm)

Bhaag Milkha Bhaag NR Docudrama (A man gets gang raped.) (wm)

Grown Ups 2 Comedy PG-13 (wm)

A Hijacking R Drama/Thriller (wt)

100 Bloody Acres NR Comedy/Horror (wt)

Byzantium R Horror (wt)

Pacific Rim PG-13 Sci-Fi/Action/Adventure (wt)

Policegiri NR Comedy/Drama (wt)

Lootera NR Drama/Romance (wt)

Labyrinth PG Fantasy (wt)

Despicable Me 2 PG Animated (wt)

The Lone Ranger PG-13 Action/Adventure (wt)

Jatt & Juliet 2 NR Romantic Comedy # (wm)

Balupu NR Action (wt)

Annakodi NR Action/Adventure (wt)

Berberian Sound Studio NR Horror (wt)

Ghanchakkar NR Comedy/Thriller (wt)

The Heat R Comedy (wt)

White House Down PG-13 Action/Adventure (wt)

My Little Pony: Equestria Girls NR Animated (Girl power causes war to break out at the end just like any other James Bond movie....) (wm)

Monsters University G Animated Comedy (wm)

World War Z PG-13 Horror/Action (wt)

Dirty Wars NR Docudrama (wt)

This Is The End R Comedy (wt)

The Purge R Sci-Fi (wt)

Man Of Steel PG-13 Action/Adventure (wt)

The Internship PG-13 Comedy (wm)

The East PG-13 Drama (wt)

We Steal Secrets: The Story Of Wikileaks R Documentary (wt)

Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani NR Romance (wm)

The Painting NR Adventure (wm)

Now You See Me PG-13 Thriller (wt)

After Earth PG-13 Action/Adventure/Sci-Fi (wt)

The Hangover Part III R Comedy (wt)

Fast & Furious 6 PG-13 Action (wt)

Jatts In Golmaal NR Comedy (wt)

Epic PG Animation/Action/Adventure (wt)

Star Trek: Into The Darkness PG-13 Sci-Fi (wt)

Kon Tiki PG-13 Drama (wt)

The Great Gatsby PG-13 Drama* (wm) (There are too many dead bodies, including the war scenes. Otherwise it might be ok.)


Iron Man 3 PG-13 Action/Adventure (wt)

Mud PG-13 Adventure/Drama (wt)

Oblivion PG-13 Sci Fi (wt)

The Croods PG Comedy/Adventure/Animated (wm, wt)

Rocky Mountain Express  NR Documentary # (wm)

Not yet reviewed
The Bling Ring R Comedy/Drama* (Too depraved of a movie to watch it all the way through and give it a rating!)






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