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Families flocking to Barbie movie can expect fun replaced by feminism & misogyny (www.thesun.co.uk)

IT is set to be one of the biggest blockbusters in recent years. Millions of parents will flock to the cinema with their children next summer to see Barbie ­living the high life on the big screen. …

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frenchtoast2000
frenchtoast2000
3 months ago

Once I saw who they casted as Barbie and ken I knew it was gonna be bad. They could of at least gave the roles to people who look like Barbie and Ken. Gosling is too old to play Ken anyway.

Last edited 3 months ago by frenchtoast2000
Kenneth
Kenneth
3 months ago
Reply to  simon

Young lady? That hag that gleefully played Sharon Tate is old as hell. Just because they edit her to heck and back doesn’t mean she’s young. Either way, I don’t see this becoming a “blockbuster” hopefully it flops

frenchtoast2000
frenchtoast2000
3 months ago
Reply to  Kenneth

I also think she is lying about her age. It says she is 32 years old.

deletetheelite
deletetheelite
3 months ago

Look for monarch triggers/programming as well as political gender type agendas…The plot line is “Barbie grows disillusioned with the real world after discovering the challenges of being a live woman (sexism, unrealistic beauty standards, et cetera). But conflict arises when it becomes clear that Ken loves his IRL experience—while still loving Barbie. Oh, and at the same time, an evil Mattel CEO (played by Ferrell) is on the move to get the plastic couple back to Barbieland.”

The handler is trying to get his slaves back to fantasy land after exposure to real life it sounds like.

Last edited 3 months ago by deletetheelite
Willie Jones Jr
Willie Jones Jr
3 months ago

As long as the “male president” is Biden, they dont care.

Luis Meriño Vásquez
Luis Meriño Vásquez
3 months ago

Ya me tienen harto con esto. Me emputa y da demasiada rabia… Que hpta fastidio querer enfrentar a los dos sexos!