movies matter | criticism by maryann johanson
Sun Oct 18 2015, 09:22pm | 7 comments
Looks like about -25, maybe -30. Going by the trailer, she’s a stripper with a heart of gold, which I guess at least isn’t a hooker but I suspect that’ll score “set in a strip club for no good reason”.
The woman is dressed “much less practically” than the men/boys?
A young teen boy seems to be “protecting” an adult woman, this is more than a little ridiculous.
There’s an animated series that makes fun of this kind of onscreen relationship called Gravity Falls, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q0rc1ntwipQ, I use this example because the show seems to have a similar premise to the above movie but does it in a way that doesn’t alienate half or more of the audience. The show is a good example (for the most part) of diverse and detailed female character development. And, it’s just kinda mental… https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NOFPEMYQJRk
Oh, she won’t be a stripper. (I know nothing about this movie, just making an educated guess.) She’ll be a nice girl-next-door type who just happens to run around half undressed.
In the trailer, she’s described as a stripper (as well as, inevitably, the adolescent crush of one of the “scouts”).
*sigh* Of course.
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