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Great movie, I saw it in theaters and was so uplifted by it. Every woman should watch movie so that she knows that she can do anything. Every man should watch this to see that woman have just as much if not more chances as men to make changes in the world and get things to be more equal and available for everyone.
I’m just a 14 year old, and i don’t know much about politics. Especially when it comes to equality. Wasn’t really interested in what kept coming up on the news, so when this trailer popped up randomly while i was just chilling on youtube, i didn’t skip the ad. Not that that was hard, but the fact that i kept watching shows that people like me have been living under a rock. We needed to be awaken from what is basically a blackout from society...
More state propaganda
Armie hammer for green lantern
More insidious jew propaganda to instill a false sense of victimhood in women, undermine the traditional division of roles in the family unit, erode women's instincts to want to become competent, devoted mothers and instead crave to play the role of men in society, effectively doubling the workforce for the benefit of the new world order (allowing the system to further financially squeeze the family and siphon off the wealth of the populace via inflationary measures), and all whilst relegating the important task of upbringing/educating children more and more to the propagandist, brainwashing mechanisms of the state.. Ironically, all the idiotic, brainwashed drones out there will laud this garbage as 'inspirational' and 'liberating' when it is in effect designed to perpetuate and engender the exact opposite: a destructive societal agenda aimed at further dividing and enslaving the masses
This movie was really good
Sorry, but Black women were excluded from the White woman's movement towards gender parity and equality. The film's director likely included women of colour in important scenes to make the film more palpable to modern society, but you cannot just erase America's horrid history of racism through political correctness in films. The suffrage movement, and all other gender equality movements throughout the mid-90's were exclusively for White women. Black, Indigenous, and Hispanic women were never included in any of the discussions, protests, or conversations surrounding equality and emancipation. In fact, White women were granted far greater rights and freedoms long before Black men were. #NotoriousRBG is a hero to White women only.
Oh look it’s Jyn Eros! I thought she got blow up by the Death Star?!
A couple of catchy lines, a worthwhile case, but still dry content and execution.
Guaranteed this movie doesn't make back the money it cost to make it, but it will win plenty of awards, all the shit movies that tank financially in the box office wins.
Did they include the part where a house falls on her sister?
Why is this a film again? Not the first female Supreme Court Justice, faced zero controversy, was nominated by a Democrat president, confirmed 93-7 by a Democrat congress, passed the confirmation hearings by refusing to answer any questions. What is movie worthy about her life?
Lol. Joe Bennet, 0:31
Have u noticed how all movies recently released are all women empowerment movies, like all of them. I'm not complaining I'm just saying people tend to make too much of one thing and then end up taking matters too far
First day, first show, I promise!
So one Vinklevoss brother became a lawyer huh?
Fuck! We are inundated with this girl power shite everywhere! Creating entitled bitches everywhere.
I'M IN LOVE WITH ALL FORMS OF RBG. LITERARY, CINEMATIC AND OFC, THE REAL WOMAN HERSELF.
Erase. I think maybe I rule Aldebaran A under my dad Emperor Harry. I think maybe my brother Prince George rule Uranus under my dad Emperor Harry.
Erase. I think maybe I rule the planet Aldebaran A under my dad Emperor Harry. I think maybe I am Princess Juliet of Aldebaran A.