Not all news is bad. Like this: Melissa McCarthy and Octavia Spencer are ready to save the world on the set of their superhero movie Thunder Force.
Here’s a live-action shot.
The article says:
McCarthy and Spencer looked fully prepped to take on some villains as they rocked their superhero costumes.
The ladies donned some black body armor, which featured their superhero emblems on the chest.
They sported it over some textured blue tights, which accentuated their gorgeous curvy figures.
By which they mean two grotesque bloated ugly women squeezed into latex like overstuffed kishka, strut about and look preposterous. The only surprise is that neither has purple hair. And it’ll only cost you $15 to watch it!
I’m guessing about the $15. I haven’t been to the movies in years, not since Climate Hustle in which Yours Truly became a movie star and celebrity, and therefore given immunity for anything I might say.
The reason for my absence at the theater is because if a movie isn’t obvious pozzed propaganda, it’s a cartoon with a plot line that would not tax the mental powers of an Antifa member.
There are two rules, it seems to me, for any movie to be made big these days. It has to (1) involve costumed “super heroes” possessed of unbelievable powers, or (2) have a female hero.
Watching some young girl CGI lightning-bolt kung fu an infinity of obstacles, each impossible to overcome, yet each defeated in a snap, as she soars through the air, disdainful of gravity and wearing a carefully crafted grimace on her face, is not my idea of a good time.
Gazing at two fat ugly broads thunder through Chicago as they scowl-grin at the camera surely is less preferable than a water boarding. What is their super power, anyway? Threatening to call HR?
Now Martin Scorsese himself has said that live-action cartoons are “not cinema.”
“I tried, you know?” the director said when asked if he had seen Marvel’s movies. “But that’s not cinema.”
He continued: “Honestly, the closest I can think of them, as well made as they are, with actors doing the best they can under the circumstances, is theme parks. It isn’t the cinema of human beings trying to convey emotional, psychological experiences to another human being.”
Beware the So’s Yer Old Man Fallacy! Perhaps cartoons are less bad than other current genres, but that does not mean that cartoons aren’t bad. They are bad. They’re so awful that the computers responsible for generating the content might, as I’ve argued is impossible, finally become self aware after all and properly decide humanity should be destroyed.
Not to change the subject, but how do you stand there against a green screen and wave your arms around, trying to pretend electricity is zapping out of your fingertips, and maintain any dignity?
Anyway, point is, after this movie comes out and people are guilted into seeing it, because not seeing it would be racist and sexist and racist—yes, double-racist—then no one will have the stomach for even one more “super”hero movie. Unless one’s diet consists solely of soy. And this is a good thing.
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