“The Greatest Showman”

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"“The Greatest Showman”"
Author Rating
1 1star

The first 40 minutes of the film were okay. I got sucked in and was super pumped about it, to be honest. Sure, it was cheesy, but it was a relatable white cast with the American entrepreneur spirit. Then it slowly started sneaking in more and more “diversity” and equated literal freaks in a freakshow with African Americans. (Really shows what the left thinks of their pets.)

This is just the same old same old. Hollywood’s revisionist history has to add 21st century sensibilities and make EVERYTHING about race. This was a huge let down and not worth analyzing in depth at all. But rest assured, all the clichés you’d expect were in it. Like evil rich white parents looking down on race mixing hopeless romantics.


They even spell out the already in-your-face symbolism with these line from a critic:

Putting folks of all kinds on stage.
All colors, shapes, sizes.
Presenting them as equals.
Another critic might have even called it
'a celebration of humanity'.

EXPECTATION:

REALITY:


*sigh* It’s all so tiresome.


DO NOT WASTE YOUR TIME! SKIP THIS GARBAGE!

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