(07-05-2016, 11:50 AM)justjess Wrote: i listened to the video but it left out a lot.. like that there has been a huge backlash because they used women, that the comments made about this werent just pulled out of thin air as the video makes it seem.
they remake movies all the time. some people get mad whenever they do but not to this extent and ive seen the comments about it destroying their childhood because WOMEN myself. the video should have atleast acknowledged that.
i have no desire to see the movie either way. women or no women. if it comes on cable eventually and im bored sure otherwise ill pass
Well of course there was going to be a backlash for women being used considering that if it's a remake you would do it properly and not try to change it in order to appease social justice warriors. When I used to be naive I thought movies were all about making money but now I know it has less to do with money but more for indoctrination purposes with making money just an added bonus.
The same men that are criticizing this movie for its clear feminist and political agenda would also be criticizing film makers if they decided to have a man play the lead role of Tomb Raider. Hollywood is always trying to change things to fit this liberal hippie perspective that they're trying to drown down peoples throats but sometimes enough is enough. They went as far as to have the twin brother of Sue Storm, who is white and supposed to be white, played by a black man. Now how can a white woman have a twin brother who is black? It simply doesn't make sense, which is one of the reasons why Fantastic Four the remake was such a flop. But directors and producers don't care for as long they can get their indoctrination and liberal agenda out there infiltrating the minds of young youths they simply don't care for authenticity.
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