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.