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    " A Dame To Kill For" vs Society

    'Latest Robert Rodriguez movie a flop!'

    Whaaaa?! I didn't get it. I'd just seen it yesteray, and was impressed at the movies gritty yet sensible plot .Eva Green being nekkid for most of the middle didn't hurt either.

    Much shittier movies have gotten away with worse execution and yet had better box office takes. What gives?

    I'll tell ya. The inspiration came when I was walking back to my friends car last night. I'd made the observation that had his woman come along she would have hated it, and therein lies the point.

    If a movie doesn't have a female relateable character or plotline in it, its basically doomed to financial purgatory.Men will watch a shitty movie if theyre with a girl, but girls wont touch a movie their friends say is bad.

    Why Avatar sold in the billions has nothing to do with the effects or the plot (an ex Marine with poor battle planning skill does not a protagonist make!),but because the gashes liked the romance subplot and enviormental emo context.

    So, in short, if you're expecting to see movies like '2001' and 'Pulp Fiction' being made by real honest men, better get a time machine kids.

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    Re: " A Dame To Kill For" vs Society

    Robert Rodriguez movies that DO NOT SUCK on my kicking ass scale of movies.

    Machete - kinda kicked ass
    Machete Kills (was so "bad" that it turned hilarious) [really good actually, President Rathcock and Voz are hilarious] - totally kicked ass
    Predators - kicked ass
    Desperado - totally kicked ass
    Once Upon a Time in Mexico - kinda kicked ass
    From Dusk Till Dawn (the series totally rocks, the original sucked IMO) - totally kicked ass
    The Faculty - barely kicked ass but did in fact, kick ass.
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    I saw "A Dame To Kill For" yesterday. Although I didnīt like the movie as much as "Sin City", I was impressed about the storyline. A very Red-Pill movie in my opinion. Some people might disagree though...

    For those who havenīt seen the movie: One of the main characters is a woman who uses and manipulates men to get what she wants. She is using a guy to kill her husband because she wants his money. Then she tries to get that guy killed by one of her servants. He survives and returns. At the end she tries to win him over by telling him that she loves him because she thinks that now he has been transformed: He is now as evil as she is and everything that once was good inside of him is now dead. He is now like her. At least that is what she thinks...

    Wow! That was a very powerful scene. How many times have you guys encountered a woman who hates good guys because they constantly remind her, how low her own morals are?

    The movie also shows how addicted to women even strong men are. They barely know a woman but they are willing to sacrifice their life for her. Men in this movie are just tools...used and then discarded.

    I was very surprised that they portrayed a female main character as outright evil, cold blooded and calculating. And yet men fall for her scam, thinking that she is the poor damsel in distress. You could really make a couple of MGTOW videos and use snippets from this movie to get the point across, how the female psyche works.

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    Re: " A Dame To Kill For" vs Society

    Quote Originally Posted by GabrielKnight View Post
    I saw "A Dame To Kill For" yesterday. Although I didnīt like the movie as much as "Sin City", I was impressed about the storyline. A very Red-Pill movie in my opinion. Some people might disagree though...

    For those who havenīt seen the movie: One of the main characters is a woman who uses and manipulates men to get what she wants. She is using a guy to kill her husband because she wants his money. Then she tries to get that guy killed by one of her servants. He survives and returns. At the end she tries to win him over by telling him that she loves him because she thinks that now he has been transformed: He is now as evil as she is and everything that once was good inside of him is now dead. He is now like her. At least that is what she thinks...

    Wow! That was a very powerful scene. How many times have you guys encountered a woman who hates good guys because they constantly remind her, how low her own morals are?

    The movie also shows how addicted to women even strong men are. They barely know a woman but they are willing to sacrifice their life for her. Men in this movie are just tools...used and then discarded.

    I was very surprised that they portrayed a female main character as outright evil, cold blooded and calculating. And yet men fall for her scam, thinking that she is the poor damsel in distress. You could really make a couple of MGTOW videos and use snippets from this movie to get the point across, how the female psyche works.
    At one point the movie was inducing flashbacks for me.

    Eva Greens charachter is the closest ive seen to a movie deptiction of a Borderline Personality woman.


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