RUDE SUMMARY and MOVIE SUGGESTIONS are: Persons with great manners tend to be very successful partly due to great insight about the needs of others and tend to not fight with others in a city where many different persons interact and do business. They tend to give presents that persons would NOT BE ABLE TO OBTAIN WITHOUT THE HELP OF THE GIFTGIVER! Unfair labeling results often in the theory: Once labeled, it is a self-fulfilling prophesy. Therefore, shallow labels can be very rude, and can result in quality talent leaving a region. Movie suggestions: Rude people are usually only successful in the shortrun. They tend to cheapen themselves and others partly because they have a problem with their priorities. The misuse time and other resources and often none of their relationships and things are in good repair or last long. Look for scars, bruises and other marks on them. Due Date (2010), Monsters (2010), Idiots and Angels (2010); Despicable Me (2010); Leaving (2009) are about ungrateful persons. How to Lose Friends & Alienate People (2008) has a great cast! This is usually a clue to their lack of respect for themselves and others. Danny DeVito tends to play rude people (Ruthless People, Throw Momma from the Train, Death to Smoochy, Screwed); Then She Found Me (2007), Down and Out in Beverly Hills (1986), Big Business (1988), Scenes from a Mall (1991), Outrageous Fortune (1987) are movies where Bette Midler often plays a bold, brassy or obnoxious person. Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan (2006) and Brüno (2009) is about someone who is very politically incorrect! Will Ferrell is a comic who plays immature or rude guys well in Step Brothers, The Other Guys; Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby; and Old School! Villians are rude in Lemmony Sniclars's a series of Unfortunate Events, Lord of War, Freedomland (2006), Wild Hogs (2007), How to Irritate people, How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, Breaking All the Rules, What About Bob? (1991); Dumb & Dumber (1994); Flight of the Phoenix, Flightplan, Four Brothers, Taking Lives, Thank You For Smoking, The Three Burials of Melquiades Estrada, Win a Date with Tad Hamilton, The Yes Men, Natural Born Killers (1994), Full Metal Jacket (1987), I’m not Scared, I'm not Scared, In Good Company, Training Day, A History of Violence, La Confidential, Just my Luck; Kiss Kiss, Bang, Bang; 8MM (1999), Rude Boy (2003); Risk Addiction, Greenstreet Holligans, Hate Crime, Menace II Society (1993), Lost in Translation (2003), Swingers (1996), Dazed and Confused (1993), Clueless (1995), To Die For (1995), The Player (1992), Rude Awakening (1989), and The Heart is Deceitful Above All things. The ultimate rudeness exists between accomplices or friends (hired killers, hit men and assassins) as they become victims, or attempt to not be a victim of those ordering their death, in the well written Prizzi's Honor (1985), Desperado, Terminator, The Bourne Identity/Supremacy/Ultimatum, Wanted (2008), In Bruges (2008), The Matador (2005), and Mr. and Mrs. Smith (2005), Mr. Brooks, Pulp Fiction (1994), Be Cool, Smoking Aces, No Country for Old Men, Shoot 'Em Up (2007), Hitman (2007), Ninja Assassin (2009), The Matador, Road to Perdition, Collateral, The Whole Nine Yards, Assassins, Point of No Return, Grosse Pointe Blank, Crank, The Big Hit, Confessions of a Dangerous Mind, Malone, Faithful, Forgive Me Father, Buddy Buddy, 2 Days in the Valley, Best Seller, and WOMEN in To Die For (1995), Eye of the Beholder (1999), Daredevil, Elektra, The Long Kiss Goodnight, Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines, and the Kill Bill franchise. Wonderland (2003); Amityville Horror (1979); The St. Valentine's Day Massacre (1967); Gacy (2003); Stoned (2006), Killing Of John Lennon (2008), Hillside Strangler (2004); Son Of Sam (2007); Zodiac (2007); Monster (2003); Family Of Spies (1989); Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer (1986), The Memory of a Killer; Interview with the Assassin; Superstar Female Serial Killer (2000), and Psychopathia Sexualis (2006) are about more extreme rudeness! Rudeness is often seen in the biopics of great artists in history, especially regarding Beethoven in Copying Beethoven (2006) wonderfully done with Ed Harris in the lead; in Ray we learn of the prejudice against blind Ray Charles when he was young; Beyond the Sea (2004) shows Bobby Darin fought against shallow and rude limits put on him as an artist and a person who was physically ill all his life despite being able to show enormous energy and depth as an artist. The Man in the Iron Mask (1998/I) stars Leonardo DiCaprio as King Louis XIV and Philippe is about one twin imprisoning another twin. Outsiders can become insiders, overcome a taboo, or get a second chance as a issue is covered in Far from Heaven (2002), Magnolia, The Aviator, As Good as it gets, Sin City, French Lieutenant's Woman, Jane Eyre, The Graduate. The Devil and Daniel Johnson, Downfall, The Wages of Fear, Lord of War, Mean Girls, The Woodsman, World Wars, Memory of a Killer, The Punisher may be of interest.