So what about the psychos BEFORE the movie? Mr. Payne is a dolt.
The movie is supposed to make you feel uncomfortable about the violence that takes place. It is supposed to make you feel “wow, I don’t want to live in that world”.
And then maybe, just maybe you even think further than that and say to yourself “what should we do as a society to ensure we don’t live in a world like that”
It’s been more than a week since Payne last attempted to defend Trump:
I may be setting the bar low, but I’m going to call this a hopeful sign.
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Remember when all the pundits blamed violence on the Saturday morning cartoons of Heckle and Jeckle, Bugs Bunny, Road Runner and Wile E. Coyete, Mighty Mouse, and the like?
So, unless you believe that semi-automatic rifles should be completely unregulated, you shouldn’t make a movie where the villain uses a gun?
That makes NO SENSE AT ALL.
I wonder if Payne’s cartoons actually are part of his therapy sessions.
Henry, let me introduce you to the concept of fiction…
Hollywood makes movies. Republican gun laws make murder easy.
Didn’t care to see it before. Now I’m certain that I won’t.
Phew, it’s a good thing Stephen Paddock didn’t live to see this movie! He might’ve gone nuts and shot up a bunch of people.
Let’s ignore all the mass shootings and try to blame fiction since we don’t want to deal with reality.
Henry…. no Car? During the UAW strike?
Let’s not cover tiny but slam a movie, squirrel .
Uh, about that little theater incident with “Batman” playing in Colorado? But how about “The Sands of Iwo Jima”, or “To Hell and Back”- a real image of understated violence with guns in movies. “Private Ryan” showed some reality, and shocked some folks into thinking guns really do screw people up big time.
Hypocricy of SJW De Niro and co. was not strong enough to reject a good role !
You, sir, are the dolt. Until graphic, bloody, gratuitously violent movies became the norm… along with the same genre video games… there were almost NO mass killings. In the midwest up into the 80s kids went to school with their shotgun and/or rifle on a rack in the back window of their trucks. Likely not unlocked and with the windows down. I’m a bit older than that and remember walking to school with my 22 rifle, dropping off at the principal’s office and picking it up on the way out. I’m sorry for you if you think a gun ban will change the tiny, twisted minority who commit these horrible crimes into rational caring humans. Scores of millions of us will never commit a crime of any kind with the guns we own.
C cell batteries in a sock? Ban! Knives? We’re not old enough. Autos? Walk! WHO is pushing it? Ask in the countries where only the police are armed. Be very careful who you ask.
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