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  1. #21

    RE: what are some feminist/man hating movies?

    Quote Originally Posted by Shadizar
    Meh, most anime has become quite misandric. From the simple, "pervert!" for trying to ask a woman/girl questions; to the more complex, like laying the beating down on a guy who had zero control over an action that happened, even if it was another girl who caused the action to happen.
    Which is essentially the plot of a recent Naruto: Shippuuden episode. 310, I think?
    Spoon boy: Do not try and bend the Patriarchy. That's impossible. Instead... only try to realize the truth.
    Neo: What truth?
    Spoon boy: There is no Patriarchy.

    Apparently, women get only 77 cents for every dollar a man earns. We only have 23 cents left, but feminists insist they want the rest.

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  3. #23

    RE: what are some feminist/man hating movies?

    Godzilla Vs. Space-Godzilla - So, this giant, atomic monster, which cannot be bargained or reasoned with, has been slaughtering the Japanese population for years... and "stupid men" are wrong for wanting to save lives by destroying it. The movie even specifies the preponderance towards violent solutions as being a male problem. Speaking as a pacifist who does NOT support violence in any form, I must ask: Just what is the "right" answer for the Godzilla problem? Because this movie (and a couple of G movies from the same era) seems to think that it's girls and their super-peacemaking psychic powers.

    Ever since the Heisei era, Big G has had subtle Feminist undertones in a number of his movies.

  4. #24

    RE: what are some feminist/man hating movies?

    I have heard the movie Color Purple fits this very well

  5. #25

    RE: what are some feminist/man hating movies?

    I can't remember the name, but it's that movie where the guy has to get married in like 2 days or miss out on his inheritance so he goes begging to all his old girlfriends and gets abused in every way imaginable. The low point is the Sarah Silverman feminist character's obnoxious rant.

    Another is the one where two platonic friends who are getting older decide to have a baby together, but agree to allow complete independence to pursue other relationships. As if the kid is just an accessory to be passed around. The two both get into a serious relationship but it's the woman we should feel sorry for, then the woman sabotages her relationship and goes begging to her baby daddy, who tells her "um no". Then she moves away with the child and denies him visitation, and after he gets dumped by his girlfriend he comes begging to her to take him after all and she finally says yes.

    Basically no decision the woman makes was wrong, and every decision the guy makes was (even if it was the same decision as the woman was making), and basically the guy was a pathetic loser who should be honored at the privilege of being in a relationship even if he has to grovel like a dog to get there.

  6. #26

    RE: what are some feminist/man hating movies?

    Quote Originally Posted by Nateyj11
    I can't remember the name, but it's that movie where the guy has to get married in like 2 days or miss out on his inheritance so he goes begging to all his old girlfriends and gets abused in every way imaginable. The low point is the Sarah Silverman feminist character's obnoxious rant.

    Another is the one where two platonic friends who are getting older decide to have a baby together, but agree to allow complete independence to pursue other relationships. As if the kid is just an accessory to be passed around. The two both get into a serious relationship but it's the woman we should feel sorry for, then the woman sabotages her relationship and goes begging to his baby daddy, who tells her "um no". Then she moves away with the child and denies him visitation, and after he gets dumped by his girlfriend he comes begging to her to take him after all and she finally says yes.

    Basically no decision the woman makes was wrong, and every decision the guy makes was (even if it was the same decision as the woman was making), and basically the guy was a pathetic loser who should be honored at the privilege of being in a relationship even if he has to grovel like a dog to get there.


    no surprise that romantic comedies tend to be misandrist. Anyone know of any romantic comedies that are not misandric?

  7. #27

    RE: what are some feminist/man hating movies?

    Quote Originally Posted by victor.zen
    I saw Wreck-It-Ralph with my little cousins. It was actually one of the most misandric films I've ever seen.

    The two protagonists are a hulking, destructive behemoth (Ralph, obviously) and a dinky repairman (Felix).

    In one scene, Felix and his love interest get trapped in quicksand crap. There's a bunch of sentient vines above them.
    She hits him, and the vines start laughing. Felix hits himself with his magic hammer to fix his face, and then she punches
    him again, causing more laughter. This continues until the vines lower enough to set them free.
    The first time she hit him was because Felix was panicking and making them sink faster. Once it was shown that the vines found that amusing and would lower themselves, Felix told her to keep doing it. She was initially reluctant but quickly got over it so they could survive.

    Quote Originally Posted by victor.zen
    *********SPOILERS*********

    Ralph doesn't want to be the bad guy in the video game world. He wants recognition.
    But by abandoning his post, his world goes to shit and his friends suffer.

    The message is that you should be what people expect you to be.

    At the climax of the film, Ralph dives from 50,000 feet to crash into
    a mountain of Mentos and Diet Coke. As he falls, he chants "I am bad. And that is good. It is good to be bad." etc.
    This is a line he want told to repeat from a bad guy group therapy meeting he attends all the time.

    Ralph makes a big sacrifice, but he just goes back to doing what he always did: Being the bad guy. Only difference is people
    are more appreciative of him being bad.

    *********END SPOILERS*********
    Yeah, spoilers here, so watch out!


    Everybody was locked in their respective roles though. The villain of the movie, Turbo Man, wouldn't stay in his role as the champion of his own game and sought to take over others. Everybody had a part to play in the grand design and if you didn't play ball you wouldn't survive.


    Wreck-It Ralph: "I'm bad, and that's good. I will never be good, and that's not bad. There's no one I'd rather be than me."

    Ralph stressed that last part as he was falling.

    He never really had a problem with wrecking stuff per se, he just hated that he was hated for it. Once he became appreciated... it was all good because that's all he really wanted in the first place.


    Wreck-It Ralph: "Because if that little kid likes me, how bad can I be?"

    See what I mean?

    Quote Originally Posted by victor.zen
    The movie flat out says to you in big bright letters: MEN SHOULD HAVE ROLES. DON'T DO WHAT YOU WANT. DO WHAT PEOPLE WANT YOU TO DO.

    Once I saw that shit I was about to walk up to the projector room and just do one big middle finger shadow puppet.
    I understand if the message bothers you but it wasn't aimed at any specific gender. Everybody was a slave to the system in that movie because if you do whatever you please the system fails.
    [hr]
    Quote Originally Posted by heartless bastard
    I spit on your grave the movie is just one two hour excuse to film torture scenes although it even shows a male rape victim (made to penatrate) it makes no difference at all and just seems to be a feminist porno to me anyway
    He was also mentally handicapped as well.

  8. #28

    RE: what are some feminist/man hating movies?

    [quote=fumingtortoise]
    @Shadizar - yes, that is a common trope in anime, the whole hit the male and everyone laughs, although, it isn
    Spoon boy: Do not try and bend the Patriarchy. That's impossible. Instead... only try to realize the truth.
    Neo: What truth?
    Spoon boy: There is no Patriarchy.

    Apparently, women get only 77 cents for every dollar a man earns. We only have 23 cents left, but feminists insist they want the rest.

  9. #29

    RE: what are some feminist/man hating movies?

    Quote Originally Posted by MrAndryist
    Quote Originally Posted by Shadizar
    Meh, most anime has become quite misandric. From the simple, "pervert!" for trying to ask a woman/girl questions; to the more complex, like laying the beating down on a guy who had zero control over an action that happened, even if it was another girl who caused the action to happen.
    Which is essentially the plot of a recent Naruto: Shippuuden episode. 310, I think?
    Yeah it was. Still funny though. Love that show.

  10. #30

    "How to Train Your Dragon"/"Lake Placid 3"

    I'll watch anything that's funny, animated or live-action, and have liked Disney movies since I was a kid. I just watched Disney's "How to Train Your Dragon" and noticed it has quite a lot of female on male violence, with no retaliation from the male characters at all.

    The movie takes place in a Viking village which is regularly besieged by dragons. The teenagers in the village have to take dragon fighting classes, where they fight real dragons in a controlled setting.

    You meet a group of teens, four boys and two girls, around fifteen, getting their training. They have to pick their shields from a group of them laying on the ground and a boy and a girl want the same shield. You see them them fighting over it, each one grabbing a side and trying to wrestle it away from the other.

    The boy says to the girl,"You should take that shield over there. It has flowers on it. Girls like flowers." She gets the shield away from him and then smashes it over his head, knocking him down, and says "Now this shield has blood on it", sneering down at him sadistically.

    Another training class has another girl being chased by a huge dragon through a maze. She jumps on top of the maze and down onto another boy, knocking him down. She's laying on her shield and is on top of the boy she knocked down. Her shield has her axe stuck in it, and when she gets up, she purposely puts her foot on the boys face while prying it out. Then she sees the huge dragon right behind her and turns around and hits it in the face with her shield and it runs off like a scared puppy.

    Another class has the teens in a smoke filled arena. Two boys have buckets filled with water to throw in the mouth of the dragon to put out it's flame-breathing abilities. The boys see what they think is the dragon coming at them through the smoke and throw their water on it, only to learn it's the two girls in the group. The girls are angry at being wet and an argument breaks out. One girl hits a boy and knocks him down. The other boy gets hit in the head by the other girl's bucket she throws at him and is knocked down too.

    Nowhere do you see the boy's retaliate against the girl's physical abuse, which seems strange since the movie shows the girls being taught to be fierce warrior, dragon fighters just like the boys; their physical and mental equals in every way. I also noticed that the only teens who messed up during the training were the boys. It has one not paying attention, one missing his target, and so on. And of course, the best warrior/dragon fighter of the group is a girl.

    Another scene has a girl who's mad at a boy, grab him by the collar, throw him down, kick him, and then drop her huge, heavy axe on him so the handle hits him in the chest or stomach. Maybe his groin? I couldn't see as he was below camera range.

    The movie has fantastic animation and is really funny but the male bashing, girls physically abusing the boys, girl power crap is overwhelming. Why is this considered acceptable in the movies today? What effect does this have on boys and girls growing up watching misandric shit like this? I thought I'd give anyone here who hasn't seen it yet a warning.
    [hr]
    I rented "Lake Placid 3" when it came out in Redboxes. It has some more of the male/female role reversals Hollywood is so fond of. The series is about a lake that has a giant crocodile in it that's killing people and has to be stopped.

    One scene shows a couple in their twenties hiking to the lake. The man is worried about getting lost and them getting attacked by wolverines. The woman, of course, isn't, and insults the man by saying "If you keep talking like that, you'll start lactating." Can you imagine what would happen if a man ever said that to a woman in any movie made today?

    They get to the lake and she strips nude. He says in surprise "You're naked" to which she says, jokingly, "Oh, you noticed?", not shy about it at all.

    They go in the water and find out it's too cold. They go back on shore and she gets the idea that the way to warm up is for them to have sex. She jumps on him and they start having sex, with her on top, of course.

    Another female you see later on, who you hear described as a cougar by a ranger, is shown sitting at a table in a bar with two men. A young waiter is walking by and she rolls up a ten dollar bill and throws it on the floor, unseen by him.

    She asks if he would pick it up for her, and when he does, she grabs his butt really hard. He tries to give the bill to her but she says "No, honey, you keep it". He just smiles and walks away with the money.
    Another scene has two male rangers trapped in a jeep by a giant crocodile. One's wife sees this and runs out with a shotgun and starts shooting it. When that isn't enough, she grabs a nearby chain saw and starts it and attacks it with that. You find out her full time job is a real estate agent.

    Another scene has a female hunter/tour guide jump into the lake with a huge knife in her hand to fight a crocodile that has grabbed a man by the foot.

    Later, she and two men find a mutilated body by the lake. One man says that it's obvious what killed the man. A shark. A megalon, he called it, which I think was a type of dinosaur. This, after they were almost killed by a giant crocodile that capsized their boat and tried to eat them. She just looks at him in disbelief.

    Later on, a man accidently shoots her twice while trying to hit the crocodile dragging her into the woods. Of course, she stops it herself by stabbing it over and over in the head.

    She wants to go to a nearby cabin for help but the man wants to go off on his own to look for his girlfirend. They start arguing about it and she hits him once in the head and knocks him out. Then, even though she's been shot through her shoulder and leg, drags him, unconscious, to the cabin.

    And even though she been shot twice and is in great pain and has lost a lot of blood, she never stops cracking jokes.

    Another thing I noticed is that even though the movie is R-rated and shows a man's head get bitten off and limbless, bloody bodies lying around, it doesn't show any female nudity, even though there's several opportunities, like when two college babes are changing into their bikinis in the woods.

    Showing a man's head being bitten off is OK but showing two women topless for a few seconds is too offensive? To who, I wonder? Feminists of course. All the male bashing, man stupid/ woman smart, man cowardly/woman brave, older woman grabbing young man's butt stuff is OK but can't offend the feminists.

    I've always liked movies so I have to wade through a lot of shit to find a good one. Why all this feminist-revenge shit? What is wrong with the "men" in Hollywood?

    When's another movie like "300" coming out? And the CGI crocodiles look fake as hell too. Thank goodness I only paid a dollar to rent it.

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