James McAvoy delivers a superb performance in this thriller. I have to say, I was seriously impressed with this movie. One thing I noticed immediately, is how much James McAvoy resembled my own dear departed father from his army days.
Seriously - it was actually kind of creepy. I told the woman I was with, "Dang, that is exactly what my father looked like at that age - glasses haircut and all."
Anyway, I cannot tell what the movie is about as that might spoil it for future viewers.
What I can talk about is the laughing giggling teenage girls at the end of the row I was seated in. The picture above is a dark character who kidnaps 3 teenage girls after incapacitating one of their fathers. He appears to be wanting to rape them of course. The 4 laughing giggling teenage girls at the end of my row were properly entertained by the notion of the creepy looking James McAvoy above holding them hostage for whatever his intentions.
Myself, I did not see any comedy in the opening scene. I thought it was dark and eerie and was a excellent setup for a thriller. Not the teenage girls in the theater with me laughing and giggling as if watching a porn for the first time in their lives.
So we get to mixed messages from modern women. Women claim they want equality - yet, the liberal ones (the most feminist in theory) openly support Islam - the religion that is most oppressive to women (in theory).
They claim to want "sensitive" men, yet bitch about men not "manning up". Weird.
They claim what an atrocity rape is, yet giggle in theaters at it. Weird.
Since my readers are isolated to realms of the "man-o-sphere" (a term I despise - how about "DICK-O-SPHERE"????), there really is no need to blabber on about the mixed messages women send to men - they are already well known. However; I think it needs to be mentioned as part of the thesis that modern women are broken.
Modern women are so out of touch with what they want it seems to be a complete 180 from what they say they want. Modern women are so out of touch with what really will make them happy, that they no longer have any clue. This falls in line with the slew of articles, links, and viable studies done (found all over the man-o-sphere) claiming that modern women are more miserable than ever (something that makes me smile).
As Nomad from Star Trek (TOS) said about a woman, "A mass of conflicting impulses". Truer words were never spoken.
Enjoy looking at a picture of one of them now:
Remember - we live in a "misogynistic" culture where men hate women like the one above...
Anybody want to buy a bridge?