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    did you guys know "rogue 1" refilmed 75% of the scenes with women at the very end? because they figured it would be received poorly? ID LIKE TO SEE THOSE SCENES TO SEE WHAT DISNEY TRULY THINKS OF MEN

    boycott disney.

    I'm already boycotting Disney. I don't need to or care to see whatever it is they deleted. Disney already makes me vomit with many of their films these days.
    It's time to call it out for what it is.

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    So if Jar Jar Abrams wants diversity in Star Wars so much, how come all the bad guys are white? All these liberal directors are so for diversity, but not when it comes to villains. They have to be white, with almost no exceptions, and almost always white males. Think the Matrix movies and about every other movie and TV show that comes out. All the killers and other criminals are white, like 99% of the time, while there are plenty of good black and other race characters to be found. Why isn't this called out for the racism it is? Where's the diversity?
    Last edited by jcr; 03-19-2017 at 07:12 AM.

  3. #343
    yeah JCR that one bugs the shit out of me.
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    I just watched a horror movie on for free called "The Witching".

    It opens with two women and one man sitting on a log in some woods, late at night, about to do a podcast for their show about the supernatural. It's Halloween and the anniversary of the death of a witch who was supposed to have been killed right where they are, for killing children.

    The man is talking about how scary it is to actually be there when a woman friend who's late yells at them and the man jumps up and yells in fright, but not the two women. Man cowardly, women brave.

    Later, another man and woman join them and the man has dirt on his face because he kept falling on the way there, but not the woman. He says "Hiking in the woods is not my strong point." Man clumsy, woman sure-footed. All the women are good looking and shapely. All the men are average looking.

    They begin to tell supposedly true scary stories their audience can vote on to say if they think they're true or not.

    The first story is about a woman whose son had died and her house is haunted by a little boy looking ghost, but it's not her son and is evil and attacks her. Evil male spirit. Woman who's good and good looking and shapely.

    Next story is about a woman whose husband has died and she starts having strange things happen in her house. There's a male demon after her, that leaves dirt on her face while she's asleep.

    An exterminator comes to her house to get rid of what she thinks may be raccoons under her house making noise, but it's actually the demon. The exterminator is shown as not too bright and tells her the stupid slogan for the company that he made up, that she tells her sister about later that night and they laugh about it. He gets killed by the demon and the woman thinks he did his job and left and will send her a bill. Stupid average looking male. Male demon. Smart, brave woman who's attractive and shapely.

    Next story is about a male radio talk show host who's taking calls about ghosts and he's a real jerk. He's conceited and insulting and cruel. A woman calls, thinking her house may be haunted by the spirit of her cat, who was accidentally killed by her husband when he was backing out his car. The talk show host makes all these cruel jokes to the woman, who is obviously still upset.

    Next call is from a man who thinks he may be haunted by the ghost of his grandmother, who he accidentally killed by making her pork chops when he knows she couldn't chew very well, and she choked to death while he watched football in the next room.

    The host has a studio guest come in, a female psychic, who he's treats horribly for no reason, accusing her of fraud and telling people what they want to hear, for money. She, of course, is the real thing, and the ghost of his mother calls and is angry with him for pulling the plug on her. He later chokes to death on the air while drinking a bottle of beer, and the angry ghosts of his mother and brother are waiting for him.

    So, one man accidentally kills his own cat with his car (to be fair, it had gotten out without his knowledge), another man accidentally kills his own grandmother through his own carelessness, and the creep male talk show host pulled the plug on his own mother too soon. The male talk show host was average looking while the female psychic was very attractive. and shapely.

    Next story. A woman doesn't have enough time to do all she has to do to take care of her husband, two daughters, and house. She finds an hourglass in the attic left by her husband's late mother that has the power to give you an extra hour a day. The instructions for it say to never go over one hour or... and the rest is missing, having been torn off. She uses it and has great results, making her husband happy with how well she gets everything done.

    Of course, she uses it more than she should, over and over, so she can get everything done, and accidentally causes the death of her husband, daughters and herself, because, just before she dies, she finds the missing piece of the instructions that warn that you'll lose 100,000 hours of your life for every time you overuse it.

    Well meaning, hard working wife, and husband who insults her for not being like his mother was, who kept everything clean and meals ready on time. She was attractive while the husband was average looking.

    Next story actually makes the male look good. A male security guard is starting his first night on the graveyard shift at a parking garage in a building and thinks a woman has overdosed in a car. He breaks a window and gets her out, giving her CPR. He's talking to 911 when he sees her running to a fence. He goes after her but she's disappeared. He finds out that a woman had committed suicide in a car, just like he saw, and most new security guards don't last more than one night. But he keeps working there.

    Next story, woman is the victim of a serial killer. Male, of course.

    The big finale has the witch actually be real and kill all of them. The End.

    Almost all the females in this were made to look really good. But not the males. Except for one.

    No anti male/pro female bias here at all.
    Last edited by jcr; 04-27-2017 at 07:50 AM.

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    The "Lego Batman" movie. It was really well animated and has lots of action and the jokes are funny, but it's yet more 'men are idiots while women are perfect' Hollywood anti-male "feminism".

    Batman is shown as a stupid, weird and selfish character, who's just one step above Homer Simpson. He even did a joke I heard on an old "The Simpsons'" show, where Batman says something out loud and thinks that he just thought it, and then denies he did it when someone repeats what he just said.

    Robin is shown in a better way, but he's really hyper and too happy and bubbly and says really stupid things from time to time, too, like when he considers some snowshoes as being good to wear when there's no snow anywhere.

    The Joker is shown as effeminate and desperately wanting Batman to think of him as his worst adversary, and the running gag between them makes it look like they're a gay couple arguing. Plus the pro-feminist, girl-power message is overwhelming. The mayor of Gotham is a woman. The new police commissioner is a woman. The guard to the Phantom Zone, where super villains are taken, is a female, and the person in charge of it is female too.

    The female characters in the movie, big surprise, are totally different than the males. The female mayor is intelligent and mature and totally capable. The female commissioner is highly intelligent, mature, caring, hard working, brave, and on and on; a fantastic commissioner in every way. And can fight and fly the Bat Plane as well as Batman. She has no faults at all. A total Mary Sue, if there ever was one.

    She gives Batman unasked for advice on being open to having friends and a family, which, for some reason, the female guard to the Phantom Zone gives him as well. At the end, he sees that they were right and starts being more social than he was.

    What the hell? This whole movie was 'men are crap/women are perfect', the whole way through. Batman's male butler was shown in a good way, though, the only male in the whole movie that was.

    If men and women are equal, why is male bashing OK but female bashing not allowed in the movies?
    Last edited by jcr; 12-07-2017 at 04:44 AM.

  6. #346
    i'd say lego batman went further than just "men are idiots" it actually hated on us
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  7. #347
    Actually, you're right. It did. White, straight males are the only people that can be made to look like total crap in the movies for laughs, and almost no one notices. What about all the boys who grow up seeing males as inferior in every way to females in movie after movie and on almost every TV show? What about all the mothers with sons? They don't care? Fathers? Aunts? Uncles? Boys don't count to anybody in this day and age? What's happened to society?

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    "Wonder Woman"


    I noticed some things in the movie that were what I call feminist revenge scenes. I've seen this in other movies, recently "Moana", which is about a princess on an island hundreds of years ago.

    In that one, there were scenes like a man can't fix a leak in a roof no matter how he tries, a traditionally male job, but perfect Moana fixes it with no problem, then tastes some food the man cooked that he had with him and compliments him on it, saying that he was good at cooking, insinuating he was better at kitchen work then trying to fix things.

    Another scene had a huge, muscular man lying on the ground, getting a tattoo, and he's whimpering and almost crying like a little girl, while Moana holds his hand in sympathy. All the males in the movie are shown like this but Moana and her grandmother are perfect. Feminist revenge, anyone?

    "Wonder Woman" has several scenes like that. Chris Pine plays a W.W.I pilot who gets shot down in the ocean by Germans near W.W.'s island. W.W. sees his plane crash and dives in the ocean and saves him from certain death, reversing the old cliche where the man is always saving the damsel in distress that feminists complain about.

    She saves him again two or three times later on, by deflecting German bullets with her metal bracelets that would have killed him for sure.

    Chris Pine's character gets a team to go into Germany and stop their plans to use super poison gas. He has a male sharpshooter who we find out isn't a really good shot after all and Wonder Woman has to do his job for him by killing a German sniper in a church tower.

    Earlier in the movie, W.W. and Chris Pine's character are in London, with W.W. dressed like the women there. They walk into a meeting of political bigwigs, all male, of course, to give them important information, and they're aghast at seeing a women being in the room with them, invading a traditionally male area.

    W.W. had heard them talking first, and loudly criticizes them for not letting one of them speak, which they should have done. So W.W. not only has the audacity to invade a male area, she also cusses most of them out for being jerks. Go, girl power.

    Another male member of Pine's character's team speaks several languages well, but then we find out W.W. speaks hundreds of them fluently, putting him to shame.

    Pine's character has a female secretary and W.W. asks her what she does for him. She says she gets things in the office for him and runs errands, and W.W. looks angry and says it sounds like the secretary is Pine's slave. The secretary looks surprised and then pleased and then says how she really likes W.W. W.W. speaking up for a woman in a man's world.

    Which makes me wonder what the female Royalty did back on W.W.'s superior, feminist all-female island? When they were hungry, did they have to go and make their own meals? Did they shine their own armor or plow the fields or do roof repair? No servants for them at all? They left that out of the movie.

    And of course W.W.'s a one woman army, beating dozens of male German soldiers with no problem. It seems you never see her outdoing any female characters the whole movie except for Dr. Poison near the end.

    It's really well made but no wonder women (no pun intended) like it too. When are they going to make a movie aimed at men where women are inferior and men superior?
    Last edited by jcr; 10-04-2017 at 05:40 AM.

  9. #349
    Quote Originally Posted by jcr View Post
    I noticed some other things in the movie that were what I call feminist revenge scenes. ...
    When are they going to make a movie aimed at men where women are inferior and men superior?
    Well ... "the ruling ideas are always the ideas of the ruling". To avoid moral panic the author shall remain anonymous,
    but the quote captures something important: That, while unrealistic, these movies reveal what is going on in the world, and whose world we live in.

    The days were "heroism" was part of many regular jobs - like fireman and many other dangerous occupations - and some of the rarer ones,
    say, sherfiff or secret agent, are gone.

    When did we last see a "universal" hero who was a man? There's just so many twists and turns one can make to keep the concept interesting.
    The glorified boyscout went out with WWII, to be replaced by the somehow conflicted, deficient or downright damaged anti-hero, personalities
    ranging from mildly eccentric via cynic to being a downright dick, seen in every kind of variation.
    At the same time their field of activity has shrunk with the ever increasing degree of civilization, i.e. remoteness from nature and its harsh demands.
    Things have gotten so easy that women can do them, and even in high heels.

    The last bastion is perhaps soldiering, and war is still the field where stories are told by and thorugh men, although again the sacrificial aspect,
    the good guy's voluntary disposability is no longer in fashion; the anti-hero is beginning to appear here, too.

    Men are a bit like a doctor who invents Pill X, the cure for everything - suddenly that guy is out of a job.
    Well, he still has to produce Pill X, but he is no longer the next-to-God "angel in white" that saves everyone's lives.
    Worse, he is no longer the owner and manager of the Pill X factory, now he is merely the employee who does the work.
    So, he needs to either change his job, which seems unlikely, since he doesn't have a college degree, or he has to find an interesting hobby.


  10. #350
    Even in my short lifetime, language has changed. Someone above said something like "hated on us." All my life we said, "Hated us." At first I though the "on" was a grammatical error, but I have seen it enough to suspect it is a permanent change in English.

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