April 04, 2018

Why movies matter: Hollywood blockbusters “normalize” the elite’s political agendas

Ben DaviesRebel Host | Rebel Reel Reviews


Watch the first Star Wars movie, made back in the 1970s, then watch the latest instalment in the franchise. Notice how the original's traditional, noble "hero's journey" narrative has been turned on its head? That's not an accident.

Hollywood isn't even trying to hide it anymore:

Movies like Black Panther are seen by tens (even hundreds) of millions of people, and include blatant messages like "women don't need men to rescue them" and "capitalists are greedy and evil." 

Are these really the messages we want our children to absorb?

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commented 2018-04-04 22:15:43 -0400
In going to the far left Hollywood seems to have lost the ability to tell a good story. The Star Wars franchise has become a shadow of its’ former self, being driven by what’s left of its’ original fan base. It got chased out of China where it bombed. The far left is out of touch with humanity & their movies are increasingly a reflection of this. Politics is downstream of culture & conservativism is the new counterculture.
commented 2018-04-04 16:44:07 -0400
Not interested in Hollywood’s offerings.
commented 2018-04-04 13:37:20 -0400
Nothing like the smell of propaganda in the morning.Or was it napalm? Everything Hollywood produces is leftist propaganda .Sickening .
commented 2018-04-04 12:32:51 -0400
Obviously women don’t always need men to rescue them, indeed there are times women may rescue men, even in the real world. The bad message of the new Star Wars films is that Rey doesn’t need to work hard, never needs to fail, because Girl Power.