Fourth, and by FAR the most important reason I will REFUSE to pay for a movie that's going to push a political message...they WILL take part of my money and donate it to a political party and campaign that I don't want to support. Hollywood today IS a "Super-PAC"!
Yes, too bad that wasn't outlawed. Super-PACs are now the ultimate way for elections to be corrupted legally. What a wonderful system.
Not that I see why they even need the money anymore, when both parties have dedicated so-called "independent" networks trumpeting their narrow views of who is right and wrong and How Things Should Be, 365/24/7. Yes, they "independently" climbed into bed with their respected parties' ideologies, and whether you're right or wrong is solely based on whether there's a (D) or (R) after your name, it no longer matter WHAT is said.
When you can find the same people alternately outraged at and then defending something 100% identical, the only difference being which party did it, it's a joke.
For all the umpteen "War On XYZ" the networks love to parade about, I wish there was a "War on the Media". The media cannot be trusted. They say only what they think their audience wants to hear to the extent that there's no point paying attention to them anymore. I think the tipping point was when presidents started getting blamed for natural disasters. Really? So our elected 4 yr term human is now a minor god? I don't think so.
I'd like every reporter/anchor/analyst that presents a biased outlook like that to have a big "LIAR" tattooed on their forehead. At least the politicians you KNOW will do it, they have the letter D or R permanently attached to their name.
"Accused of rape? In the other party? This is an outrage! No cover ups will be tolerated! Prosecute to the fullest extent...oh, what? Our party? This is a frame up! A desperate attempt by the other side to besmirch a good name!"The first thing we do, let's kill all the reporters.
The Jedi Master