...does not give a rat’s ass about this “controversy?” Frankly, I don’t care if this movie has an overtly “feminist” message, or if Brie Larson has gone on or off record denouncing “white men,” or whatever the fuck. On the contrary, I have a light interest in feminist ideals in film. But I care that the movie is watchable and competent. That’s it. I haven’t managed to see it yet due to lack of financial resources but want to be sure to look at the movie subjectively to ascertain that it’s worth my time and money. If the criticisms of the movie are warranted, like if performances are under par or if special effects/CGI are over the top, that’s fine. The people blaming any legitimate criticisms on “trolls,” “alt-righters,” (like Amy Schumer did when her Netflix special got low ratings), “straight white males” or “broflakes” (which sadly is a real thing) are complete morons and should be disregarded. But what the actress said? If the film has a bias against “privilege” in society? Idgaf!!! Stop shoving it in my face! I’m venting because I am sick of seeing this in my Facebook feed (I need to check FB regularly because I am an actor/performance artist...on Law and Order SVU recently as an extra—oh yeah buddy—and most gigs are frequently listed there, but on the bright side, the next week or two is mostly booked). So for that reason I think I can stay off of FB but I am SO sick of prolific “geek culture” channels talking about meaningless horseshit like this.