June 06, 2014

*Sigh* Again??

It's still making a ton of cash and critics love it, but the radical PC crowd still has its collective panties in a bunch over X-Men: Days of Future Past. This past week we've seen articles lamenting its "lack of diversity;" now, because Wolverine replaced Kitty Pryde in the crucial story role, the film is "sexist."

Do it with me: Y.A.W.N.

Once again, who's a bigger box office draw -- Hugh Jackman or Ellen Page? Who's by far the more popular comicbook character, Wolverine or Kitty Pryde?

If you answered the first choice for each, you win.

Movie makers wanna make money. Case closed.

(Thanks for Carl for the article tip!)

Posted by Hube at June 6, 2014 07:46 PM | TrackBack

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Saw it today. I really enjoyed it. The story was great and so were the characters. That's all I ask, and it delivered. The only color Hollywood cares about is green.

As far as I'm concerned, those whiny little SJWs who moan and cry like little babies because it doesn't satisfy their PC quotas would shut up and get a life.

Posted by: Carl at June 7, 2014 08:01 PM

*should

Posted by: Carl at June 7, 2014 08:02 PM

The funny thing is, they act like not using Kitty for this story is somehow a unique occurrence. When the 1992 "X-Men" cartoon adapted "Days of Future Past," they used Bishop.

Posted by: tops116 at June 12, 2014 02:06 AM

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