A based Barbie movie was just a pink mirage, fellas.
When they came for Margot Robbie, I said nothing,...
I was planning on skipping this crap anyway. Nice to know I got it right without even t o have to see the trailer.
Hollyweird is Satan's playground.
I have three daughters -- 6-year-old twins and an 8 year old, all of whom are chomping at the bit to see a Barbie movie. Obviously that is completely off the table. The hardest part is having to explain to them why we live in a world where a Barbie movie is made for grown women (and men) and not for children.
What I'm really confused about is how the marketing department messed up so badly. Isn't this the perfect opportunity to sell Barbies to my the daughters, little girls who never liked dolls despite my effort? There's not a Barbie in -- or out -- of sight at my house. However, I can guarantee after seeing this movie they would be running to Target to buy the first pink Barbie they came in contact with regardless of gender or race.
Is creating fuchsia swimsuits for grown ups and a Barbie Dreamhouse Airbnb that no one can actually afford the goal of a marketing executive? But what do I know I'm just a stay-at-home mom, clearly the worst person in society benefiting no one especially the economy. I mean I became a stay-at-home mom to raise my kids, support my husband while he built the company, volunteer in the community and with my kids schoolmates whose moms are "too important to volunteer", but that has nothing to do with the world we actually live in, right?
The Endless Summer of contemporary adulthood continues -- as does a world that is made for dogs and childless wine moms as opposed to children, family forming grownups and the elderly.
My 11 year old wants to see this. We told her she's not 13 and she's not going. They hate the idea of Barbie and made a subversive movie, no surprise. I didn't bore my daughter with a lecture about a culture war but simply said they hate people like us (nuclear family) and they hate even the vanilla female empowerment that Barbie represented while still being feminine. Hoping that eventually Hollywood gets the message and goes back to telling stories without a message.
You ruined my day when you shared that Gerwig is moving on to Narnia next… they just can’t let us have anything, can they?
Little Women us one of my all time favorite books, that movie was an abomination. I know you’ve been taking it to the Duchess lately, I think you’ll get a kick out of my Kittie Women movie review, the movie Meghan would make:
The worst film of the century: Never Go Full Markle:
“ Alcott’s novel is about the slow, difficult maturation of selfish children into admirable young adults under the tempering influences of time, love, and God. Gerwig makes the bold choice of telling their story without time, love, or God. ”
My wife finished your fantastic book over the weekend, thank you so much! Happy Independence Day!
I expected nothing less.
Everything coming out of Hollywood is grade A woke crapola. Obviously, we must offer a competing, superior product.
Here’s the plan: an unapologetically based movie, written by Peachy Keenan, directed by Amanda Milius, starring Dasha Nekrasova, and lavishly produced by Elon Musk. Such a film would blow the entertainment industry Left so far out of the water that they become instantly irrelevant.
Once again, I’m laughing out loud at all the social references I know nothing about but had to phone a friend for enlightenment.
If THEY can ruin Barbie land, then home wrecking is just around the corner😆
Again, love the wit and the writing.
Are you familiar with LOOR.tv Mrs. Peachy?
I'm sure we can do our bit to see that this Mr Barbie character is given the publicity the movie studio carelessly forgot.
I am a big reader. I have been reading as a kid since the day I was born, 64 years, but this article went on way too long. I couldn't finish it.
Way back in the last century two neighbor ladies (Not close neighbors, they live in the Russian Far East.) stopped by to visit. They both wanted to buy and take home to Yakutsk, as reminders of the wonders of our culture and high art, Barbie dolls conceived, created and made in America!
They were so sad to find, ain't no such thing, all the Barbies they found here in our stores were made in Indonesia, Malaysia, or the Philippines,