Seth Rogen Compares Clint Eastwood’s “American Sniper” to Nazi Propaganda!

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First, Michael Moore calls Navy Seal Chris Kyle a coward – now Seth Rogan says the film, “American Sniper” – based on Kyle’s autobiography reminded him of Nazi propaganda in Quentin Tarantino’s Inglourious Basterds. 

XXX 475061783.JPG A POL GOV USA DCI know Hollywood is made-up mostly of entitiled ingrates, but this is getting pretty stupid.

Rogan Tweeted out the following:

“American Sniper kind of reminds me of the movie that’s showing in the third act of Inglorious Basterds.”

The Nazi film Seth Rogan is relating Eastwood’s Oscar-bound movie to was a fake film about a German sniper killing Allied soldiers from a clock tower, which was in the movie; “Inglourious Basterds.” 

Forget that those are both fictional – a product of Tarantino’s imagination – and “American Sniper” is based on an actual Navy Seal’s life.. right?

Yes, Rogen later clarified” his Tweet, saying he liked “American Sniper” but I don’t doubt for a minute that it was after he got a sh*t storm of people jumping all over him.

But what is the mindset of somebody who compares fascist propaganda to an American fighting hero serving to protect the lives of his fellow brothers? It’s not just Seth Rogen of course – Michael Moore is busy walking back his hate regarding Chris Kyle and snipers such as him being “cowards” who “shoot you in the back.”

American Sniper is based on the best-selling book of the same name by Navy SEAL Chris Kyle, the most lethal sharpshooter in history. The film nabbed six Oscar nominations last week, including best picture and best actor for Bradley Cooper.

Yeah to Rob Lowe, who Tweeted about Michael Moore: “He’s kidding, right?”…

Sadly, I doubt it.
Yeah also to Superman Dean Cain for this Tweet defending his friend Chris:


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