Blogger Alan Scherstuhl regarding the Village Voice has never created or directed a movie individuals like to see. Watching The Red Pill caused him into running a blog a barely-coherent analysis. (It’s hilarious.)
In the post on The Red Pill, Scherstuhl acknowledges males have actually dilemmas, and then he smugly dismisses all of them.
Yes, guys agree suicide above ladies do, may drop out of college and, when men are the victims of violence in a relationship, they don't have accessibility exactly the same (threadbare, strained) system of shelters that women do.
If dozens of points are true, then why did Scherstuhl spittle all over his sticky keypad? Simple, he believes it’s above everything. Just how dare he, an esteemed analysis blogger, view a Kickstarter movie?
You don’t have to set up that tiny bit of on the web legwork to think that something’s hinky with Jaye’s film. (It’s a Kickstarter task.)
Also it’s really worth pointing out this movie is playing in 2 American theaters mainly making sure that outlets similar to this one get tricked into running reviews that, just because bad, confer some kind of legitimacy. I apologize for taking the bait.
Scherstuhl views himself an intellectual, among Rotten Tomatoes finest experts. How dare he view a film that moviegoers thought in such we backed it with your very own cash?
“i will be an intellectual, unlike those neck beard MRAs!”