Social justice stricks again!


i wont be paying to watch this...

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Do you mean strikes ?

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I don’t want it strick me again

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You're the joke here.

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cant have a film that dosent have a "Social justice stricks again!" thread!

good catch!


/sarcasm

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Why? It's the same set-up as the last three. One's black, the other's white.

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I don't think its the race of the character that stinks of social justice BS, I think it is the woman pulled in as the new recruit that they paint as this near super human bad ass. Frankly most of these shows where they pull in a rookie for a big case whether in MIB or any given cop show, just stinks to high heaven of BS. The front agent out there that would be tackling the "big" cases aren't going to be the ones with a new recruit. Yet here we go, and the new recruit just happens to be a woman.

It begs the question of why?

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I LIKE WOMEN...FOR MANY REASONS...WHATS YOU DEAL?

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I have no problem with women in a strong role... but why cram in some late teen girl as a character that is supposed to be tough enough to be chasing killer aliens... It makes as much sense as putting Dora the Explorer in the role of Ripley in Aliens... It makes no logical sense and is clearly just being done to placate some SJWs that think little girls can be anything... Well it fucking stupid. You don't cast movie with men playing the part of pregnant woman because it would be fucking stupid... here you are throwing in some wimpy chick in a role that makes no sense. That's the problem.

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Dora the Explorer Vs Aliens - sounds like a hit to me.

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You women haters have no shame these days.

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Ah, another SJW that lacks the most basic skill of reading comprehension. Find flaws with casting a woman in a role does not imply any hatred of women and more than someone saying they don't like bird shit on their car windows equates to a hatred of bald eagles. You simply made a ridiculous leap in logic to try and defend your own SJW view of the world.

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Man child whining about a woman in a movie? Ya know those sneaky breast carriers are in like almost every movie, right?

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He won't see a movie where social justice stricks again. He would rather have lightening strick him.

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Women can do anything a man can do, only better. Including fight.

At least, in the movies.

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You know, i actually think this is less of social justice and more...this being a movie for women. I just wanted to see a Men in Black sequel, after loving the first one as a kid. Instead what i got was a movie focused on how hot Chris Hemsworth it.

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