That is why you didn’t go see the Bros movie, according to its director. The movie hasn’t even paid for half of its costs, and the director is getting something (half) right.

He finally admits that the US public doesn’t want to see woke garbage about queers wanting to put body parts into each other’s rectums in casual weekend romps. He starts by trying to claim that no one likes seeing comedies, but then really goes off the deep end and says:

It is very strange just because the movie is so much fun. And as someone who makes comedies for movie theaters — or did until, I guess, this weekend — I love seeing comedies in movie theaters, and people do. It’s almost like people don’t know what’s good for them.

The American public DOES like to see comedies. We just expect comedy to be, you know, actually funny. My wife and I love movies like the Hangover series, 21 and 22 Jump Street, and My Cousin Vinny. Movies about gay men engaging in orgies are just not funny. I don’t care what the woke lefty film critics have to say, people don’t think these kinds of movies are worth paying money to see.

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Big Ruckus D · October 10, 2022 at 9:49 am

Well, watching a big studio take it in the ass with losses on a piece of garbage like this is a comedy I’m enjoying watching. And that’s free entertainment, unlike going into a movie theatre and getting sodomized on drinks and milk duds at the concession counter. Now, maybe the studios will take big enough losses to stop acting like bitch faggots and cease making movies normal people don’t want to see. And if not, they can keep bending over until they prance their way into bankruptcy proceedings.

    Skeptic · October 10, 2022 at 11:02 am

    I was going to comment on this, but frankly, for faggotry references per word, I can’t top this. I doff my chapeau, Big Ruckus D.

      Big Ruckus D · October 10, 2022 at 1:00 pm

      Ha. I’d take a bow, but don’t want to leave my 6 vulnerable to a sneak attack by these bitter and depraved perverts. I’ll see myself out…

        Exile1981 · October 10, 2022 at 2:34 pm

        It’s counter productive to push a movie on casual unprotected gay sex during a monkey pox outbreak spread by casual unprotected gas sex.

Jonathan · October 10, 2022 at 11:58 am

The last movie I saw in a theatre was in 2015, and I only went because a friend asked me and I had a gift card for that theatre. I was so unimpressed I don’t remember what the movie was.
I still have the rest of the card, somewhere…

    Exile1981 · October 10, 2022 at 1:15 pm

    I took the kids to see the minion movie in 2015, i dont remember much of it. Then in 2017 I was stuck in a city far from home for work. I ended up with a weekend of mothing to do and a theatre across the street from the hotel. So i went and saw Dunkirk. Thats the only 2 movies i been too since 2013. Obviously i’m not the sort of person supporting theatres.

Skyler the Weird · October 10, 2022 at 1:20 pm

Bros was promoted as a RomCom. RomCom profits are driven by Women who drag their Boyfriends/Husbands to the theatre. Women don’t care for seeing two guys kissing, and outside the porn industry few are into Fellatio or anal sex. Of course it failed.

Jonesy · October 10, 2022 at 4:28 pm

“It’s almost like people don’t know what’s good for them”

Insulting the people you want to pay to see your movie seems asshole-ish.

Aside from the name Bros being a bit misleading, why do they expect that a movie catering to gays to be widely accepted by the majority of rhe population? The alphabet community is something like 4% ( a significant minority,
whatever the %) or so of the general population, so they are really expecting straight people to enjoy this? Figures, as they are really trying to normalize their BS by ramming it down our throats and expose children to it in school.

Matthew · October 10, 2022 at 7:28 pm

I rarely know what’s good for me, but I do know one thing that was, I went to the cinema for the last time in 2005. The motion picture scene has utterly lost its appeal in my view. Bros could not possibly redeem it.

    Big Ruckus D · October 10, 2022 at 10:44 pm

    Amen. My last outing (ok, poor choice of words given the subject matter) was…before 1990! Last movie I saw in a theatre was See no Evil, Hear no Evil with Richard Pryor and Gene Wilder. Somehow that seems a truly fitting title from which to make my departure from the cinema.

Bear Claw · October 11, 2022 at 10:03 am

It’s a dying empire that needs to accelerate. I doubt any of the hollyweirdo’s go see movies other than their own.

Carlos The Jackal · October 11, 2022 at 3:50 pm

Have you noticed the rampant faggotry in PHARMA commercials, for fucks sake?

    Big Ruckus D · October 11, 2022 at 6:03 pm

    While out having lunch the other day (sports bar sort of place, with ESPN or some similar shit on every screen in the joint) saw part of an ad for truvada prep. Said ad was (obviously) chock full of happy, healthy looking faggots. It did kind of ruin my lunch.

    Between that and the latest menu update (price increases up the ass, to stay on theme here) and declining food quality, I’m probably going to scratch that place from my favored lunch haunts. It is rapidly losing its appeal, along with a lot other simple things I used to enjoy. One by one my formerly pleasant distractions are falling away.

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