Some movies you just have to avoid at all costs... this is one of them, I write the review in the hope to avoid other people to waste money, time and basically part of their life engaging in one of the most horrifying example of extreme feminism... Resume: Take the previous reboot and: 1. Make Charlie a woman because... well no men should exist in this world (or at least no valuable one) 2. The women from the previous reboot were not manly, so use some woMEN that looks like women because the women from the previous reboot are an embarrassment to the extreme feminism idea of what a woman is 3. If possible make the entire movie personnel to be women or LGBT and last but not least 4. Anything that have even the slightest relationship to men (either by ways of an actual man as an actor or an idea that somehow represents men ideologies) will be turned into a woman and when not possible portrayed as a man with the lowest significance or value With the above if you still want to watch this, you're on your own
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Watched this movie with my teen sister and fell asleep twenty-five percent of the way in. More man-bashing "action movie" b.s with careless dialog and CGI. I understand the premise of women characters in movies, I really do. But blatant "man molesting" and obvious hatred towards masculinity is a hypocritical statement while saying "all men are molesters and rapists who want to get into a woman's pants." Characters are dumb and lifeless, story makes no sense; all and all, wouldn't recommend.
I love it! It's modern, and exactly what we need right now! These three girls support and push each other no matter what, and Elizabeth Banks did an amazing job writing this! There's fast paced, female choreographed action; comedy at just the right moments without slowing down the film; authentic portrayals of young females' friendships; and young, badass actresses that lived their roles. Everyone else is complaining about it being another Charlie's remake, and that there are already too many out there, but stop comparing it!! Other people are not liking that it shows authentic females as how they want to be portrayed instead of the fake image that most older male writers/directors give us. And then there are the ones out there that scoured the movie and found the smallest bits of gay innuendos and bashed the movie for it. In case y'all didn't watch the movie, it's just checking a girl out, which is what most of the guys watching this did! 1) Hypocritical, and 2) it's not like the girls made out or anything. Because women don't want to watch a women-based movie just for romance. Honestly, I literally could not be happier with it.
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