Talladega Nights was one of several films Will Ferrell made making fun of poor white people.
I don’t think it was particularly mean spirited on the part of Ferrell or his costar John C. Riley, but I do think the Jews involved in producing the film had mean spirits.
Actor Houston Tumlin, who played young Walker Bobby opposite Will Ferrell’s Ricky Bobby in “Talladega Nights,” has died at 28 by suicide, TMZ has reported.
Tumlin, who lived in Pelham, Alabama, took his own life with a gunshot to the head at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, according to Shelby County Coroner Lina Evans.
His girlfriend, whose identity was not disclosed, was reportedly inside the home at the time of death.
No letter or indication of intended suicide has been found.
Tumlin’s role as the foul-mouthed 10-year-old son of a race car driver in 2006’s “Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby” is his only acting credit.
Just a month ago, he shared a fond memory of the film with his co-star and fellow child actor Grayson Russell. “@graysoncrussell tell me a set of ‘brothers’ more handsome. I’ll wait,” he wrote on his Instagram page.
As an adult, he served in the Army’s 101st Airborne Division at Fort Campbell, Ky., according to TMZ, as well as other professions.
Major Geoffrey Carmichael, 37, was his Company Commander in Echo Company, 5th Battalion, 101st Combat Aviation Brigade, 101st Airborne Division from 2015 to 2016 and told The Post his last interaction with him was 2019 when he wrote him a job recommendation.
The article goes on to cite the people who knew him saying he was a nice person.
Some of y’all might know who this is. This is Houston Tumlin, aka “Hooty”. He was “Walker” in Talladega Nights (Will Ferrell’s Son). I graduated with him and he was one of the funniest guys I’ve ever met. He recently passed, and words can’t describe how hard this is. RIP buddy. pic.twitter.com/aOFkn61dzI
— MATCH1N (@match1n_) March 24, 2021
Is it a coincidence that all child actors turn out to have serious mental health problems?
It doesn’t seem like it would be the case with this guy, given that he was only in one movie.
But there he is – dead. Maybe he just killed himself because he was driven insane by the 2020 world society, like many others?
Either way, it brings me back to a point that I’ve made a lot: there is no reason to have child actors, ever. We have an entire history of these kids being abused and growing up to be total messes. There aren’t hardly even any exceptions.
You don’t need kids in movies. Very few good stories involve children in the first place. If there’s a scene that needs a kid, you can just get one of the people working on the film to bring their kid in for a day. At this point, you could just use CGI, frankly.
There is no justification for continuing to involve children in show business, given what we have seen.
Talladega Nights featured that horrible Jew from the ADL, Sacha Baron Cohen, as the enemy of the whites.
These movies really did play a role in demonizing normal white people as stupid, but there was also a fair amount of good humor in them, and truth. But they twist it.
Most of them were produced by Judd Apatow, who really is a white-hating Jew.
It’s the same thing with Eastbound and Down, where Danny McBride (who is half-Jewish) played a stupid white guy. Will Ferrell was also in that.
It was actually a good show, frankly. One of the last funny things that was actually on TV. But it does present these stereotypes of middle American white people to coastal white people, which help them to dehumanize us.
All in all, Hollywood is just so Jewish that it is unfixable, and so Jewish that nothing actually unharmful can come out of it. You know that Walt Disney tried to keep Jews out of Hollywood. But he failed at that.
I said the other day I can only think of three good movies in the last decade.
Blade Runner 2049.
Then I remembered that the John Wick films were okay, and so were the two newer Aliens films.
But for the amount of total material that these people pump out, it is just incredible how bad it all is.
We shouldn’t be surprised that they are also abusing children. Though there is probably some principle at work that celebrity tends to destroy anyone, and tends to always destroy children. I was briefly minorly famous, and I will tell you: this is not fun.
The only reason so many people want to be famous is that our society doesn’t allow people to very easily live out meaning internally, so they search for external approval.