Then, the typical Hollywood SJWs decide to pull the "sexist" card to deflect valid criticism from these two very flawed films, which only gives me even more reasons to hate these two movies. I laugh at the Rotten Tomatoes critics blindly praising Star Wars: The Last Jedi with a 91% fresh rating yet only 47% of the audience liked The Last Jedi movie on Rotten Tomatoes audience ratings, lol.
Just look at the Alien franchise, it's one of the most beloved movie franchise in history and everyone (both men and women) loves Sigourney Weaver/Ellen Ripley yet this movie never tried to force Feminist/SJW agenda down on the audience throats or tried to alienate the fan base.
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Most Helpful Girl
You're critique story elements not character. I haven't seen Ghostbusters but I can imagine it's just average pulp that I have no interest in. The last jedi is polarising true, and I respect your opinion but I think it's set the story up in a much better way than if they just followed the path of the original trilogy. I have a feeling in time it might become people's favourite film, of the new series at least. To be fair, I think this situation is different to Ghostbusters because Rey being female wasn't a big deal, the Force Awakens was super well received only after a while did more critiques come out, mainly due to the laziness of the storytelling. It's not misogynistic at all, you're critiquing film. it's like saying I'm a misandrist for thinking the Room is a badly made film.1THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE
Most Helpful Guy
Nope, I agree with you. When a character or the whole cast is made female simply to promote the idea of feminism or female roles in the movie industry, it tends to suck. Ghostbusters was a man-hating pile of shit.
Look at films like Annihilation which were almost entirely a female cast and yet were awesome.
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