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The clip Trying to Boycott Sal's Pizza from Do the right thing (1989) with Spike Lee, Giancarlo Esposito Whoo! Let's go, Jade! Da Mayor, we need your leadership. Doctor, what are you talking about? I'm organizing a boycott of Sal's Famous. Shit. Keep walking, Doctor. I don't want to hear none of your damn black foolishness. Damn. No juice. No, man, no. No! Hell, no, goddamn it. Sal ain't never done nothin' to you before. What you ought to boycott is that barber that fucked up your head. Yeah! Shit. Come out here fuckin' with Sweet Dick Willie. Get the fuck away. Would you sign a petition to boycott Sal's Famous Pizzeria? I ain't boycottin' jack, string-cheese head motherfucker. I'm going for a slice now. I was raised on Sal's pizza. What you talkin' about? You crazy, man? Good as them motherfuckin' pizzas is? Black Panther eat pizza, we eat pizza. I'll do it without your help. That's 75 cents. Thanks. Thanks, honey. Sal, we're going to boycott your fat pasta ass. You're going... You're going to boycott me? You haven't got the balls to boycott me. He's going to boycott me. Are you kidding? Here... Here's your boycott. Up your ass. You're going to boycott. Where you going? Where you going? I'm talking to you, Pino! I'm right here. Go inside. I can take care of myself. Take it easy, OK? No. Go inside. Here's your boycott! Messed up my Jordans with muck. Damn! Get this thing straightened out, man. White guy/black man. I can't believe this crap. Ah, your Jordans are dogged. Oh, man, you, too. Stop. Yeah, me, too. Hangin' out with baby sis. We're not hangin' out. She's escortin' me back to Sal's.
26 Nov 2011
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The clip hacking from Sneakers (1992) with Jo Marr, Gary Hershberger 46-99402. Transfer to 53-01138. What'd we just do? The Republican Party made a generous donation to the Black Panthers. Farm out. Right arm. Who's next? Let's see. Ohh! Richard Nixon's personal checking account is in here. Ooh, this is a challenge. Marty, we have to find somebody truly worthy to give his money to. How about... The National Association to Legalize Marijuana. Perfect. How much should he give? He's a generous man. I'd say, all he's got. God, I'm hungry! Marty... you are sure we will not get into trouble for this? Cosmo, trust me. Posit: The phone company has too much money. Oh, good one. Consequence? Uhh, they're corrupt. Result? The system perpetuates itself at the expense of the people. Conclusion? Ma Bell needs to donate some money. We're gonna change the world. I just wish we could get course credit for this. Gosh! You gotta eat. You want some food? Loser goes. I never lose. Oh! Pepperoni pizza, please, shaken, not stirred. Power to the people, Cos. Power to the people, Marty. One cannot trust anybody these days.
27 Nov 2011
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The clip Jude Interviewed Part 2 from I'm Not There. (2007) with Cate Blanchett do you think it's the process itself that's at fault? Who cares what I think? I'm not the president. I'm not some shepherd. I'm just a storyteller, man. It's all I am. Well, certainly. But as someone who once cared deeply, as a storyteller, as... for social justice, equality... certainly you still care as a human being. Well, why? Why? I mean, what do you care? If I care, or I don't care, what's it to you? All right, what if I said I never cared about, you know, folk music? About, you know, protest songs? It was all about jumping into a scene. You know, I was never gonna stay there. I mean, I just... I knew I could do it better than anybody else. Well, I don't believe you. No, I mean, you know, what matters to me... you know, it matters what's happening now. Does it matter to you when songs you're writing now are being used as recruitment tools for militant street gangs, like the all-Negro faction in the United States? Oh, yeah. A group that promotes precisely the kind of violence your earlier songs oppose? If you're asking me, man, am I a member of the Black Panther Party, the answer's no. Man, I can't really tell you how I care. Well, I presume at the very least that you care something about what you sing every night. What are you... How can I answer that, if you got the nerve to ask me?
28 Nov 2011
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The clip jack fights buddy love from The Nutty Professor (2008) Whoa, whoa! Harold, thank God. Dean van Wu will be here any second. If you can finish up here, I'll get to work on the C.R.U.D. That ought to be enough. Harold, no! It's too late, old man. Too late for what, tough guy? You think that huge dosage is going to solve all your problems, kid? Well, it ain't permanent, trust me. What do you know, geezer? You've got an attitude problem, kid. I'm just the guy to straighten you out. You do not want to taste the dragon, old man. Fish hook. Aah! Wet willy. Noogie. Hey! Ohh! Whoa. You don't want to mess with that. Child's play. Black panther! Hey! Wedgie. Ow! Aah! Back of the neck. Purple nerple. Ow! Snake bite. 10,000 volts! You're crazy, old- Why you hittin' yourself, huh? Why you hittin' yourself? Stop it! Get away from me. Whoa.
29 Nov 2011
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Black Panther defends racist ex-professor. And if you're bored you should.. GO TO MY NEW PROFILE http://www.youtube.com/user/TerminalMontage?feature=mhum#p/a/u/1/Eqhq5Cm-IIg
31 Dec 2011
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Michael Jackson - Royal Concert In Brunei 1996 - ''Jam'' [Enhanced - FULL HD High Definition (1080p)] Royal concert in Brunei Prior to the tour, Jackson performed a free concert at the Jerudong Park Amphitheatre in Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei on 16 July, 1996, attended by 60,000 throughout the park. The concert was in celebration of the fiftieth birthday of Hassanal Bolkiah, the Sultan of Brunei and was attended by the Brunei royal family. Much of the concert resembled Jackson's Dangerous World Tour, including his outfit and the set list, keeping the details of the upcoming HIStory Tour a close secret. The concert also marked the debut live performance of "You Are Not Alone" and "Earth Song" as well as the last performances of "Jam", "Human Nature", "I Just Can't Stop Loving You" and "She's out of My Life" at a Jackson concert. This concert also marked the last performances of "Billie Jean" and "Beat It" being sung fully live; subsequent performances have been partially lip-synched. A high quality soundboard bootleg recording of the concert was leaked on the Internet. However it has been edited and is a different sound dub. A poor quality VHS copy has also been leaked. Set list: Royal Concert Brunei 1."Carmina Burana" introduction 2."Jam" 3."Wanna Be Startin' Somethin'" 4."Human Nature" 5."Smooth Criminal" 6."I Just Can't Stop Loving You" with Marva Hicks 7."She's out of My Life" 8.Jackson 5 Medley: "I Want You Back" "The Love You Save" "I'll Be There" 9."Thriller" 10."Billie Jean" 11."The Way You Make Me Feel" 12.Black Panther Video Interlude 13."Beat It" 14."You Are Not Alone" 15."Dangerous" 16."Black or White" 17."Man in the Mirror" Encore; 18."Earth Song" "Jam" is a song by Michael Jackson from his 1991 Dangerous album. It appears as track one on Dangerous and track two on his 2009 This Is It compilation album. The single was re-released in 2006 as part of Jackson's Visionary: The Video Singles collection. "Jam" is a mix of aggressive hard funk, dance and rap, or funk hip hop. The bridge features a rap performed by Heavy D (of the group Heavy D & the Boyz). The music video of the song featured NBA legend Michael Jordan (the other "MJ"). The song was also featured on the Chicago Bulls'—Jordan's team at that time—1992 NBA Championship video "Untouchabulls". The song was used as the opening number on Jackson's Dangerous World Tour. The song re-entered the UK charts in 2006, reaching number 22.
11 Jan 2012
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Profile: Born 23rd March 1953, Great Lakes Naval Training Station, Illinois, U.S.A., Chaka Khan was raised on Chicago's South Side, and at the age of 11 formed her first group, the Crystalettes. While still in high school, she joined the Afro-Arts Theater, a group which toured with Motown great Mary Wells; a few years later, she adopted the African name Chaka Khan while working on the Black Panthers' breakfast program. After quitting high school in 1969, Khan joined the group Lyfe, soon exiting to join another dance band, the Babysitters; neither was on the fast track to success, but her fortunes changed when she teamed with ex-American Breed member Kevin Murphy and Andre Fisher to form Rufus. Debuting in 1973 with a self-titled effort on the ABC label, Rufus was among the preeminent funk groups of the decade; distinguished by Khan's dynamic vocals, the group earned half a dozen gold or platinum albums before she went solo in 1978. Chaka began her solo career with the hit, "Im Every Woman," a tune written especially for her by the songwriting team of Ashford & Simpson. Since then, Chaka has recorded nine albums and been honored with five Grammy Awards. Her solo hits include "What Cha Gonna Do For Me?" "Clouds," "Papillion," "I Feel For You," and "Through The Fire." Sister of Yvonne Stevens Taka Boom.
11 Jan 2012
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A black panther at "jungle world" in the NYC bronx zoo an amazing place to visit for a rain forest like experience.
9 Feb 2012
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The clip Fighting with The White Guy Part 2 from Do the right thing (1989) with Giancarlo Esposito How much they cost? $100! $108 with tax. You're lucky I got a loving heart. Next time, cross the street quick. I'm out of here. Break his feet! You should buy me another pair! Black Panther'd whip his ass! You're lucky I'm a righteous black man! Otherwise you'd be in serious trouble! Serious! Let's fuck him up. Move back to Massachusetts! I was born in Brooklyn. No! - Oh! Man! Get outta here!
19 Feb 2012
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The clip Jude Interviewed Part 2 from I'm Not There. (2007) with Cate Blanchett do you think it's the process itself that's at fault? Who cares what I think? I'm not the president. I'm not some shepherd. I'm just a storyteller, man. It's all I am. Well, certainly. But as someone who once cared deeply, as a storyteller, as... for social justice, equality... certainly you still care as a human being. Well, why? Why? I mean, what do you care? If I care, or I don't care, what's it to you? All right, what if I said I never cared about, you know, folk music? About, you know, protest songs? It was all about jumping into a scene. You know, I was never gonna stay there. I mean, I just... I knew I could do it better than anybody else. Well, I don't believe you. No, I mean, you know, what matters to me... you know, it matters what's happening now. Does it matter to you when songs you're writing now are being used as recruitment tools for militant street gangs, like the all-Negro faction in the United States? Oh, yeah. A group that promotes precisely the kind of violence your earlier songs oppose? If you're asking me, man, am I a member of the Black Panther Party, the answer's no. Man, I can't really tell you how I care. Well, I presume at the very least that you care something about what you sing every night. What are you... How can I answer that, if you got the nerve to ask me?
20 Feb 2012
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DVD: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00005RERV/ref=as_li_tf_tl?ie=UTF8&tag=doc06-20&linkCode=as2&camp=217145&creative=399373&creativeASIN=B00005RERV http://thefilmarchive.org/ Jungle Book is a 1942 American color action-adventure film based on the Rudyard Kipling book, The Jungle Book. The film was directed by Zoltán Korda based on a screenplay adaptation by Laurence Stallings. The cinematography was by Lee Garmes and W. Howard Greene and music by Miklós Rózsa. The film was nominated for four Academy Awards including Best Art Direction-Interior Decoration, Color for the director's brother, Vincent Korda and creative partner Julia Heron. In 1943 the film's score was re-recorded with narration by Sabu Dastagir and became the first commercial recording of a U.S. film score to be released. Cast Sabu: Mowgli Joseph Calleia: Buldeo John Qualen: The barber Frank Puglia: The pundit Rosemary DeCamp: Messua Patricia O'Rourke : Mahala Ralph Byrd: Durga John Mather: Rao Faith Brook: English girl Noble Johnson: Sikh In an Indian village, Buldeo, an elderly storyteller, is paid by a visiting British memsahib to tell a story of his youth. He speaks of the animals of the jungle, and of the ever-present threats to human life posed by the jungle itself. He then recalls his early life: As a younger man he dreams that his village could one day become an important town, and that the jungle could be conquered. However, when he is speaking about these dreams an attack by Shere Khan the tiger leads to the death of a man and the loss of his child. The child is adopted by wolves in the jungle and grows to be the wild youth Mowgli. Years later, Mowgli is captured by the villagers and recognised as the lost child. Taken in by his mother Messua, Mowgli learns to speak and tries to imitate the ways of men. He becomes friendly with Buldeo's daughter, Mahala, much to Buldeo's distress, since he is convinced that the wild Mowgli is dangerous. When Mowgli and Mahala explore the jungle, they discover a hidden chamber in a ruined palace, containing fabulous wealth. Warned by an aged cobra that the wealth brings death, they leave, but take one coin as a memento. When Buldeo sees the coin he tries to force Mowgli to tell him where the treasure is, but Mowgli refuses. Later Mowgli fights and kills Shere Khan, with some last minute help from Kaa, the python. As he is skinning the body, Buldeo arrives. He threatens Mowgli with a gun, but is attacked by Mowgli's friend Bagheera the black panther. Buldeo becomes convinced that Bagheera is Mowgli himself, shape-shifted into panther form. He tells the villagers that Mowgli is a witch, as is his mother. Mowgli is chained up and threatened with death, but escapes with his mother's help. However, she and another villager who supports her are tied up, and themselves threatened with burning for witchcraft. Mowgli is followed by the greedy Buldeo and two friends to the lost city. They find the treasure, but Buldeo's friends are killed by the jungle, and their own greed, as they attempt to escape with their booty. Buldeo just survives, but has to jettison his loot. Engraged and maddened, he tries to kill Mowgli, and even the jungle itself, by starting a forest fire. The fire rages, but the wind turns and threatens the village. The villagers flee, but Mowgli's mother and supporter are trapped. Mowgli brings the elephants to the village and breaks open the building, escaping to the river with his Mother, Mahala and other villagers. He is invited to follow them to a new life downriver, but refuses to leave the jungle, turning back to help animals trapped by the fire. The scene returns to the present day, with the elderly Buldeo telling his story, and admitting that the jungle defeated his youthful dreams. When asked how he escaped from the fire himself, and what became of Mowgli and his daughter, he looks into the camera and says that is another story. Sabu Dastagir (27 January 1924 -- 2 December 1963) was a film actor of Indian origin—although he later took American citizenship. He was normally credited only by his first name, Sabu, and is primarily known for his work in film during the 1940s in Britain and America. Joseph Calleia (August 4, 1897 -- October 31, 1975) was a Maltese born American singer, composer, and actor, both on Broadway and in film. Calleia played opposite some Hollywood greats, including John Wayne, William Holden, Errol Flynn, Rita Hayworth, Mae West, Bette Davis, Jane Russell, Mario Lanza, Charlton Heston, Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis, Orson Welles, Tyrone Power, Alan Ladd and Anthony Quinn. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jungle_Book_%281942_film%29
11 Mar 2012
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THIS IS A NON-PROFIT VIDEO MADE PURELY FOR FUN People seem to enjoy these origin videos and I honestly wish the studios payed more attention to these characters rich histories. Anyway, here's a respectful tribute to the history behind the queen of the X-Men. From her beginnings in Africa, to her enslavement by the evil Shadow King to her romance with Black Panther, here's my homage to the Weather Goddess, Ororo Monroe aka "Storm." Footage from "Blade" "Big Momma's House" "X-Men" "X2: X-Men United" "X-Men: The Last Stand" "King Kong" "Hancock" "Ace Ventura When Nature Calls" "X-Men Origins: Wolverine" "Push" "I Am Number Four" "Batman" "Batman Forever" Warner Bros. Pictures 20th Century Fox Films New Line Cinema Productions Universal Pictures all rights reserved Music by Riptide music "End of the Universe" & audio from "Sucker Punch" trailer
26 Apr 2012
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The Expendables 2 - Trailer Cats - Sylvester Stallone, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Bruce Willis Movie (2012) HD SUBSCRIBE: http://bit.ly/vyyjRJ Watch The Original Trailer here: http://bit.ly/uW3GLF The Trailer Cats Invade The Expendables 2 Teaser! Cats Cast: Bruce Willis - Hairless Sylvester Stallone - Sylvester the Cat Jason Statham - Coracal Jet Li - Jaguar Dolph Lundgren - White Tiger Chuck Norris - Cheetah Terry Crews - Black Panther Randy Couture - Puma Liam Hemsworth - Snow Leopard Jean-Claude Van Damme - Ocelot Arnold Schwarzenegger - Lion Special guest SIMON'S CAT! http://www.youtube.com/user/simonscat "Expendables 2 movie" "expendables 2 HD" "expendables 2 trailer" "Jason Statham" "Bruce Willis" "Liam Hemsworth" "Arnold Schwarzenegger" "Sylvester Stallone" "Jean-Claude Van Damme" "Chuck Norris" "Jet Li" "Dolph Lundgren" "Terry Crews" "Scott Adkins" "Sinom West" "simon the cat" trailercats "trailer cats" movie clips movieclipstrailers movieclipsDOTcom movieclips.com popuptrailer cats "silly cats"
7 May 2012
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The clip Fighting with The White Guy from Do the right thing (1989) with Giancarlo Esposito, John Savage. Powered by: Anyclip. any moment from any film. Yo! Damn. Yo! Yeah? You almost knocked me down. The word is "excuse me. " Excuse me. I'm sorry. You stepped on my brand-new white Air Jordans. That's all you can say? You're serious? Yeah! I'll fuck your prick two times! Two times! Who told you to be in my neighborhood? I own this brownstone. Who told you to buy a brownstone in my neighborhood? What do you want to live in a black neighborhood for, anyway? I understand this is a free country. A man can live wherever he wants. Free country? I should fuck you up for saying that. Yo, man. Your Jordans are fucked up! Might as well throw them shits out. They're broke. They looked good before he messed them up. He was even talking about your mama... Shit, you used to be so fine! How much they cost? $100! $108 with tax. You're lucky I got a loving heart. Next time, cross the street quick. I'm out of here. Break his feet! You should buy me another pair! Black Panther'd whip his ass! You're lucky I'm a righteous black man! Otherwise you'd be in serious trouble! Serious! Let's fuck him up. Move back to Massachusetts! I was born in Brooklyn. No! - Oh! Man! Get outta here!
7 May 2012
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The clip Trying to Boycott Sal's Pizza from Do the right thing (1989) with Spike Lee, Giancarlo Esposito. Powered by: Anyclip. any moment from any film. Whoo! Let's go, Jade! Da Mayor, we need your leadership. Doctor, what are you talking about? I'm organizing a boycott of Sal's Famous. Shit. Keep walking, Doctor. I don't want to hear none of your damn black foolishness. Damn. No juice. No, man, no. No! Hell, no, goddamn it. Sal ain't never done nothin' to you before. What you ought to boycott is that barber that fucked up your head. Yeah! Shit. Come out here fuckin' with Sweet Dick Willie. Get the fuck away. Would you sign a petition to boycott Sal's Famous Pizzeria? I ain't boycottin' jack, string-cheese head motherfucker. I'm going for a slice now. I was raised on Sal's pizza. What you talkin' about? You crazy, man? Good as them motherfuckin' pizzas is? Black Panther eat pizza, we eat pizza. I'll do it without your help. That's 75 cents. Thanks. Thanks, honey. Sal, we're going to boycott your fat pasta ass. You're going... You're going to boycott me? You haven't got the balls to boycott me. He's going to boycott me. Are you kidding? Here... Here's your boycott. Up your ass. You're going to boycott. Where you going? Where you going? I'm talking to you, Pino! I'm right here. Go inside. I can take care of myself. Take it easy, OK? No. Go inside. Here's your boycott!
7 May 2012
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EVERYONE go to www.obamatruth.org to read articles relating the facts in this video. DON'T LISTEN TO OBAMA'S BRAINWASHED SUPPORTERS, EVERYTHING IN THIS VIDEO IS TRUE. The Video That Barack Obama DOESN'T WANT YOU TO SEE pt. 2 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8RLx05jgauU The Video That Barack Obama DOESN'T WANT YOU TO SEE pt. 3 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7kQf1-V1Xf8 Obama's problems continue. He still has Meeks do deal with. He also has the Black Panthers, Ayers, and Rezko in his closet. Obama has so many skeletons in the closet, if he gets in the White House it will become the Haunted House. More Obama racist problems! Search on Youtube: "Barack Obama Close Adviser James Meeks" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E6Kz-_IaFyU "Barack Obama and The New Black Panther Party" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7DQAOZlNrO8 NO OBAMA 08!
18 Jul 2012
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