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Soul is a Good Movie Ruined from the Outside

The movie itself doesn’t drag the audience through the identity politics that the promotion did, so I don’t think it fair to judge the movie based on that, or to decide not to see it because of what the marketing people did with it. Continue reading

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Pixar’s Soul has no Heart (and it’s racist)

Soul was advertised as this historic thing where a black character was going to be on screen for the first time if you ignore all of the times black characters were on screen previously. Continue reading

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Turning Red Isn’t BRAVE- It’s SELFISH

I’ve just rewatched Disney/Pixar’s brave from 2012. It’s a great movie for a lot of reasons, and it brought into focus some of the problems with this year’s Pixar release, Turning Red. Continue reading

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Why Mei is a Trash Panda (Turning Red Review)

Between this selfish start and the arrogant, murderous ending, Mei goes from being an annoying, over confident girl, to being a lying, dishonest, and occasionally violent (as well as “Sweaty and lusty” according to the director) child pornographer. Continue reading

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Turning Red Turns Pixar into a Middle School Pimp

The creative minds behind Pixar’s Turning Red have made a 90 minute advertisement for middle school girls to get into… adult entertainment and the sex trades. Continue reading

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