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RE: Disney pushes gay agenda even further with "gay moment" (Beauty and the Beast)
< And they already grossed 400 mio. $, likely will make 800 mio. $ with a solid profit. If you put on crap in glittery 3D, then the folk will go watch the feminist turd.
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(03-21-2017 04:36 PM)Aurini Wrote:  Molyneux knocks it out of the park with this one.

-Belle is portrayed as more perfect than Jesus
-Belle is praised for reading trashy romance novels
-Feminism, Patriarchy, nonsense
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That was a great video. I saw a link to it on Twitter and came here to repost it, but you beat me to the punch.

I'd like to see Molyneux do more film reviews.

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He's done a number of family movies. His Frozen review is honestly kinda weird, but his analysis of Zootopia was very good.
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(03-22-2017 05:21 PM)HermeticAlly Wrote:  He's done a number of family movies. His Frozen review is honestly kinda weird, but his analysis of Zootopia was very good.

I loved his Frozen review, going to check out his Zootopia review now.

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< His Frozen movie assertions were partly ridiculous and he missed some major plot lines of propaganda.

Zootopia was good though. But hey - even smart men will disagree on things or come to different conclusions based on the experiences and knowledge we have.
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(03-22-2017 06:10 PM)budoslavic Wrote:  Unrelated to Beauty and the Beast, but it still ties into the movie and TV industry's gay agenda (via NY Post):

[Image: C7fPQQwXkAA0UXD.jpg]

People who've seen the movie say she's not at all openly gay. At one point they ask her if she's having girl problems and she doesn't answer, she just shrugs them off and moves on. That somehow gets reported as openly gay. It's more like wishful thinking from some fag reporter.
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I actually went to see Beauty and the Beast. Yes, there are obvious attempts at social engineering in there. Like the feminism/gay references, and the black people being a happy part of medieval France. But the main plot couldn't be more Red Pill.

The hottest girl in the village doesn't want to marry the alpha of her tribe (Gaston). This is because he's portrayed as vain and in love with himself, instead of being strong to the benefits of the tribe. Not very alpha, now.

Then Belle gets kidnapped by an alpha from a different tribe (the beast). She is being held hostage, and slowly starts to fall in love with the beast. This is known as "stockholm syndrome", where women who are kidnapped by an other tribe "switch sides" psychologically to cope with being someone else's bride.

Gaston, the other alpha, decides to white knight. So he rides on the castle of the beast with his tribe, despite the fact that Belle wants nothing to do with him and has been happily become Beasts' woman. Gaston and his tribe get their asses handed to them. Gaston dies, and before he does he shows some passivee agressiveness that is beta white knight worthy, which he is getting shamed for. This is the climax of the movie.

Moral of the story:
- the strong beast wins, not the self-absorbed metrosexual
- not even if the metrosexual goes white knighting. he came to save her from being held hostage and she hated him for it
- a woman will fall in love with the strongest man in her life. even if he's an ugly mofo from a different tribe who kidnaps her

It doesn't get any more Red Pill then this.
03-22-2017 08:49 PM
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(03-22-2017 08:49 PM)asdfk Wrote:  I actually went to see Beauty and the Beast. Yes, there are obvious attempts at social engineering in there. Like the feminism/gay references, and the black people being a happy part of medieval France. But the main plot couldn't be more Red Pill.

The hottest girl in the village doesn't want to marry the alpha of her tribe (Gaston). This is because he's portrayed as vain and in love with himself, instead of being strong to the benefits of the tribe. Not very alpha, now.

Then Belle gets kidnapped by an alpha from a different tribe (the beast). She is being held hostage, and slowly starts to fall in love with the beast. This is known as "stockholm syndrome", where women who are kidnapped by an other tribe "switch sides" psychologically to cope with being someone else's bride.

Gaston, the other alpha, decides to white knight. So he rides on the castle of the beast with his tribe, despite the fact that Belle wants nothing to do with him and has been happily become Beasts' woman. Gaston and his tribe get their asses handed to them. Gaston dies, and before he does he shows some passivee agressiveness that is beta white knight worthy, which he is getting shamed for. This is the climax of the movie.

Moral of the story:
- the strong beast wins, not the self-absorbed metrosexual
- not even if the metrosexual goes white knighting. he came to save her from being held hostage and she hated him for it
- a woman will fall in love with the strongest man in her life. even if he's an ugly mofo from a different tribe who kidnaps her

It doesn't get any more Red Pill then this.

I think you can consider your Red PIll membership card revoked.

This is a Red PIll movie? WTF?

Gaston is not Alpha? He is the only Alpha in the movie. The Beast is just a former Dark Triad prince Beta, who still remain a Beta.

I know that the mental concepts of Alpha and Beta may be confusing for some, but Alpha is attractive to women, which Gaston clearly is. Whether that guy is positive or negative does not matter and frankly that rarely matters to women.

The Beast mostly behaves like some crazed Omega maniac.
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I saw the crappy movie, don't ask why.

Molyeneux does a good analysis, but here is mine:

+ Yes - Belle the heroine is absolutely a Mary Sue - she is the most pretty in the village, she is the most intelligent, she is an inventor who invented a washing machine as if it was nothing, she knows better how to make mechanical toys than her own father who did this for decades

+ she teaches a girl reading and that is shown as a fucking moronic feminist trope - by the way - general reading and writing was taught to all children - both male and female when it was implemented in the 17th century by some European countries - higher education was mostly done by men because women were busy having kids, a few rich women went to university as soon as the 18th century as well

+ also it appeals to the usual female vanity of being the "exceptional" woman

+ Gaston in the beginning is not unlikeable, he is the best hunter, the most Alpha in the movie, but strangely he treats all the girls who are after him with contempt, which of course would not make much sense - in reality he would fuck all of them. Later he becomes suddenly an evil Dark Triad psychopath who does not mind killing the father of Belle - he is betrayed by even his best friend, because Dark Triad Alphas in small tribes always get betrayed - only in large organizations can they thrive.

+ I gotta also mention the immense number of blacks in the French medieval town - sure it may be fantasy, but why not go full out retard and add Chinese, Japanese, Thai, Phillippino, pygmies, American Indians, Sikhs, Muslims to the mix? There were numerous black-white couples portrayed in the movie - even the fucking candelabre Lumiere was with a black girl - a hot one I would bang myself, but this pushing of this dear elite agenda-point is indeed telling. Also a black guy is of course the main librarian of the movie.

+ The Beast as mentioned before is a Beta or even Gamma character, who cannot conceive that any woman may love him due to his looks. After the final transformation Belle even asks him whether he can grow a beard, because she misses his beastly qualities. He becomes in the end a smug syrupy Beta afterwards just as well. As MOlyneux clearly stated - the story would not work if the Beast was living in a shack being a poor peasant - he had to be a prince with a magnificent castle.

+ In addition as far as I can remember the cartoon portrayed the love story more realistically. Belle fell in love slowly with him seeing all the little endearing signs of the Beast while he was quite masculine in the previous cartoon. In this crappy movie Belle literally instantly lights up for the Beast - it just as Hollywood portrays seduction - women almost instantly like the character and are all smiles.

+ Fuck at times - the animators made the Beast look like this with the famous pouting as a sure way to attract women:

[Image: zoolander.jpg]

It is an insufferable movie complete with feminism, race-mixing propaganda, zero Red Pill, but plenty of Blue Pill pie. Don't let your children watch this propaganda infested movie or their path to the Dark Side of SJW-land is complete.
03-24-2017 04:32 AM
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Zel, why would you inflict this movie upon yourself? Why?

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(03-24-2017 04:32 AM)Zelcorpion Wrote:  I saw the crappy movie, don't ask why.

I haven't even seen the crappy original.

As a child, my experience of Disney movies was very brief. The poorer kids in the community used to be offered cheap double features at the theatre during school holidays, so I saw my first Disney movie in 1976: "The Shaggy DA". I was five.

I saw a dozen or so of them over the next few years. Off hand: "Freaky Friday," "Candleshoe", "The Cat From Outer Space", "Pete's Dragon" and "The Rescuers". By the time of "Herbie Goes Bananas" (1980, 9 years old) and "Condorman" (1981, 10 years old), I'd realised Disney movies were really fucking lame and meant for little kids. This was an opinion shared by the majority of my peers: by ten, you were too old and jaded for that shit. I mentioned loving 1979's 'Time After Time' the other day: that featured Jack The Ripper stabbing hookers.

'Tron' (1982, 11 years old) got a few of us to go due to being about computer games, which were still a new thing at the time, but everyone agreed that it was 'boring' and 'suckful'.

The last Disney movie I saw was 'Something Wicked This Way Comes' (1983, 12 years old, the same year I realised I'd aged out of 'Return of the Jedi'). I snuck in by myself after the lights had gone down only because the book was a childhood favourite of mine and was aware of the social shame of doing so, but I was in another city at the time, so I figured no-one I'd know would see me. (Incidentally, I re-read it recently, and was shocked to discover it's actually a very moving story of an aging father trying to bridge the gap with his son, and not the children's tale at all, and how incredibly well-written and poetic the language is - considering Ray Bradbury was considered 'low' trash fiction in his day).

I never willingly-seen a Disney film since, though I've seen bits and pieces of recent ones due to my nephew. I have no idea when Children stopped seeing Adulthood as something valuable that was deeply-envied and chased after, instead of being trapped in a world of Childish Concerns and Infantile Emotions - the black and white, low-complexity world of Disney - until well into their late 20's, though I've long suspected part of this is deliberate educational programming.

Note that the Devil's Temptation for one of the boys in 'Something Wicked...' is to age him ahead just a few years into a teenager.

Also note that I cleaned out some old boxes from my Stepdad's house last year and found a box of comics. My nephew (12) had no idea what a comic even was. I had nothing dated past 1982, (11), which was probably the last time I took a power fantasy like Batman seriously as any kind of character.

This putting away of childish things was completely-normal back then.
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Quote:Why would you inflict this movie upon yourself? Why?



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I have nephews, but to my defense - I spent most of my time reading, but I don't think that I missed much. It was boring to me.

As for the extended childhood nature of men. Yeah - I guess I am guilty of that as well, but many men as guys in their 40s play videogames and have no intention of settling down anytime soon.

This is probably by design - personally I don't mind, because I see divorced Blue Pill friends flounder around - they are pillars of the community, but it is certainly not making their lives much better.

It is funny how in the past boys and girls above a certain age - 8 or 10 used to be dressed like their parents. By age 12 they usually were treated like grown ups some 120 years ago even working somewhere. This push for childish interests, clothes and carefree behavior is certainly only serving the big boys above, though it seems fun for a while - it also causes the rise of those safe-space SJW and their moronic behavioral patterns.
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Had an idea:

Why not make a Fat Albert live action movie, and cast Jack Black for the role of the eponymous fatso?

After all race is bullshit and yay diversity, right?

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