|$||72.5M||Iron Man 3|
|$||50.0M||The Great Gatsby (2013)|
|$||5.0M||Pain & Gain|
|As of May 13, 2013|
This movie cheerleads homosexuality, and screams callousness, emasculation, and idiocy of the grandest scale possible. I love movies, I love running this website, and I adore the fact that there is a movie for everyone. What I despise is being insulted as a member of an audience. I prefer not to have nightmares of marrying a woman who is more concerned with her pretty little shoes, handbags and hair than with my feelings or personality or well being. These women unfortunately are envied and idolized by today’s young women who grow up believing it is a man’s responsibility to cater to their every whim, every need and every wish no matter how extravagantly selfish of unnecessary. Not one of these characters has the slightest substance. The directors and script writers have gone out of their way to portray men as deviants who cheat and run away from their women in their most needy moments. Women are made out to be heroines no matter how their attitude, behavior, or actions speak to the contrary.
I never thought I would hate Sex in the City but I swear that I will never watch another episode again if this is what the essence of the series really has been. Mind you, my devoted readers, I love sex on screen, I love raunchy humour, and I love clashes between men and women, but I simply will not tolerate watching four aging plastic surgery devotees define what women are in today’s society and teaching young women to be shallow and promiscuous without the slightest regard for men. Movies like this attempt to shape our culture but instead, they end up harming it.
Essentially, this film is 4 and a half episodes of the series jam packed into one commercial free movie. 3 of them are unwatchably outrageous and one is decent just for the sake of being able to watch what happens next because I was a huge fan. If you watch this movie prepare to hear women in the audience laughing at parts which are not explicably funny and crying during moments that are designed to elicit emotion superficially. The good parts involve Mr. Big whose name we finally find out, and Kim Cattrall, who despite depicting the "slutty" character is genuinely real and offers something unique in this day and age, personality. Two thumbs down, the critics finally got it right.
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