Dominant worldview and other worldview content/elements:
The moral and pro-American worldview exposes the moral and financial corruption of Democrat Joe and Hunter Biden, including their activation of the Chinese Communist government’s economic and military Cold War against the United States, its people, and their security and prosperity. national plus two women are shown kissing and a man with a five o’clock shadow and wearing a woman’s outfit is sitting in a chair in a room that just had a crazy party, and there are two or three references to the family of a major figure serving as Christian missionaries in China
43 profanities (including about 25 “f” words), five GD profanities, one JC profanity, two light profanities
Some footage of people burning buildings during a protest riot in Los Angeles, plus a woman briefly discusses the communist government’s genocidal policies in China, but she expresses moral outrage by mentioning it
Brief depicts fornication in a lewd comic sequence, implied fornication, oral sex implied in one scene, suggestive dancing by scantily clad women, scantily clad dancer makes suggestive movements around a man sitting on a couch, two women kiss at a wild drug-infused party, Joe Biden sniffs some women’s hair, the implications of prostitution in one scene, and a mention of visual references to prostitution and pornography on a laptop (discussed but not shown)
Partial female nudity from the back where a few women are shown wearing skimpy outfits in a sequence, plus there is upper male nudity and female cleavage depicted
Alcohol consumption :
Smoking and/or drug use and abuse:
Scenes with tobacco, snorting cocaine and crack, plus a scene where a man buys drugs on the street; and,
The film denounces political corruption, financial corruption and activities that border on treason.
MY SON HUNTER is an online satirical drama about President Joe Biden’s son, Hunter, their personal and professional relationship, Hunter’s addiction to drugs and sex, and Hunter and Joe’s controversial relationships with foreign nationals in Ukraine, Central Europe, Russia and Communist China. Extremely well-directed and acted, with wild and funny moments, MY SON HUNTER exposes the truth behind several Biden family scandals and Hunter Biden’s love-hate relationship with his father, and not without some sympathy for two major tragedies of the Biden family and the negative effects they have had on Hunter, but MOVIEGUIDE® advises adult viewers extreme caution due to strong immoral behavior and lots of strong foul language.
The film is primarily set in December 2019, the month the FBI took control of Hunter Biden’s laptop, which Hunter forgot he had left in a computer repair shop. The film opens with Joe Biden briefly swimming in a pool with a Secret Service woman nearby. Biden gets out of the pool and says to the agent, “Thanks, I needed that.” A note or crawl appears on the screen, while the agent reads the crawl saying, “This is not a true story. . . . except for all the facts.
Cut to BLM protest escalating into a fiery riot in Los Angeles. A blonde protester named Grace Anderson and her friend are briefly interviewed by a black reporter. Grace talks about “social justice” and “equity” while complaining about President Trump’s tweets. Her friend calls Trump supporters Nazis and domestic terrorists. After talking to the reporter, Grace films leftist protesters beating what looks like two Trump supporters. She likes the beating, but she can’t use the pictures because it makes her cause mean.
Cut to Hunter Biden entering a dance club and going to a party in a back room after briefly stopping to snort cocaine in a bathroom. Meanwhile, Grace is getting ready in a dressing room in the next room. Back in the party room, she is presented as a new star of the club. Dressed in a skimpy outfit, she steps out onto a small stage and begins to dance suggestively while Hunter watches intently.
Suddenly, after handing over a large wad of cash to the hostess, Hunter stops everything and the party moves to the famous Chateau Marmont. As people dance and talk, Hunter goes into a cocaine stupor. About three hours later, everyone passed out on the floor. Hunter wakes up and imagines a conversation with a dog sitting on a man’s lap, telling him that all people are queue jumpers and that he should order everyone off. Hunter does just that, and he takes Grace for a little ride. He stops in a seedy place among a group of homeless tents and buys some more drugs.
Back at Château Marmont, Hunter begins to tell Grace about his life. It begins with the death of his mother and his little sister in 1972 due to a car accident. Her father remarried and the family, including her older brother Beau, spent the summers in a small house in Nantucket, but Beau died in 2015 due to a brain tumor. “He was my best friend,” Hunter told Grace. “He was like the conscience of the family. Now I’m the only one left for Mommy Daddy, and I just want him to be proud.
As he picks up a pack of cocaine from the floor, Hunter says, “I’m the one bringing in all the stuff. I am the one who offers a future to everyone in this family.
The problem, he tells Grace, is that he is a drug addict. When Grace asks him about rehab, he says he’s tried rehab five times, but it never worked for him. He also tells her that after his brother’s death, the grief was so severe that he and his brother’s widow had an affair.
Hunter takes Grace to the hotel pool. Their conversation is interrupted by the female Secret Service agent working to protect Hunter’s father, Joe, during the campaign. He changes into a bathrobe to go talk to his father in a black limousine.
The rest of the film involves Joe and Hunter talking about what’s on Hunter’s laptop, including emails regarding Hunter and Joe’s controversial dealings with foreign nationals in Ukraine, Central Europe and in Communist China. In a short digression, the agent tells some information about Ukraine. Later, Grace convinces Hunter to talk about his overseas business dealings. She tells Hunter that her father, a lawyer, taught her how to answer questions when being interviewed by the press or by law enforcement, and maybe she can help him.
MY SON HUNTER is extremely well directed, written and acted, with crazy funny moments and high drama. It takes a complex topic with lots of detail and wraps it all up in one digestible and absorbing story. Director Robert Davi and his team, including the cast, apply fun, clever and dramatic tricks, flourishes and techniques to engage viewers.
MY SON HUNTER is a satirical and dramatic exposition of the truth behind several Biden family scandals. Although it touches on Hunter and Joe Biden’s sexual peccadilloes and Hunter’s rampant drug abuse, the meat of the film is about the Biden family’s corrupt financial dealings overseas. Hunter serves as a point man for corruption cases in Ukraine, Central Europe, Russia and Communist China. The deals involve a lot of corrupt influence peddling, with most of the corruption benefiting Hunter, Joe, and some of Hunter’s cronies, regardless of what benefits the United States, its people, their security and prosperity. national. More damagingly, the film shows that Hunter’s deals with Chinese companies are tied to the Chinese communist government and its financial attacks and military campaign against the United States. At one point, the film echoes a major complaint from Hunter in an email to one of his daughters, where he complained about having to “pay everything for this whole family for 30 years”. In the film, Hunter says, “I’m the one doing all the business. I am the one who offers a future to everyone in this family.
MY SON HUNTER is a revealing depiction of corruption at the highest levels of the Democratic Party, the federal government and the national media. However, MOVIEGUIDE® recommends extreme caution to adult viewers, due to strong immoral carnal behavior, women wearing skimpy outfits in a sequence, drug addiction and lots of foul language. Please see our CONTENT section for more details.
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