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Hostile to Gay, But Gay Over Hostel===== You tell'em Kip!!! Family Values? Let's see here: love or murder, violence and gore? I think love overcomes violence and gore. Maybe the Mormons need to check their priorities? Technorati Tags: gay, lgbt, gay rights, theater, brokeback mountain, hostel, utah, stitch in haste
A multiplex theater in a mall in Sandy, Utah, has reportedly engaged in an illegal breach of contract and abruptly canceled its showings of Brokeback Mountain. The theater is owned by Larry Miller, owner of the Utah Jazz and financier of Mormon
propagandamovies. Neither Miller nor the theater have issued a statement regarding the cancellation, but another member of the bigot brigades wasted no time praising the decision:Gayle Ruzicka, president of the conservative Utah Eagle Forum, said not showing the film set an example for the people of Utah. "I just think (pulling the show) tells the young people especially that maybe there is something wrong with this show," she said.On the other hand, there is, apparently, nothing wrong with the theater's other premier this week -- the vulgar blood-and-guts ultra-violence horror-thriller Hostel. Watch the trailers for both movies (after the kids have left the room) and then ask yourself which one an anal-retentive, wholesome entertainment, "traditional family values" proselytizer ought to prefer not be shown. When they say it's not about naked bigotry, they lie.