Atomic Blonde and Reality

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I enjoy movies that are well crafted regardless of who is in the lead role. It could be a Black Man or a Blonde Woman.

 
Hollywood is much more conservative than their audience. If the movie has a good script and good acting or, better yet, excellent script, casting and acting, people will watch it. This has been proven time and again.
 
The only problem with these roles for women is that, barring something supernatural, there is no way that these skinny, little women could take on these huge men and come away still alive. I understand that these movies are fictional and entertainment. Unfortunately, much of the Left takes these roles and translates them to life. It isn’t going to happen.
 
If Charlize Theron or Zoe Saldana hit or kicked me, I’d fall alright…from laughing. Women and Girls need to keep this in mind and not take these movies as a way ahead. I’ve seen it already. Women thinking that they are empowered so they can strike out physically at men. It’s all good as long as the male doesn’t retaliate. Once the man strikes back, he is suddenly the criminal and a woman abuser even though he is defending himself from a crazy woman whose been watching Wonder Woman and thinks that she has the power.
 
Equality only goes so far with the Left. Women are equal in all things RIGHT UP UNTIL THEY HIT A MAN AND THE MAN HITS BACK. Then the man is a misogynist despite the fact that he was attacked.
 
That kid from Oklahoma is a prime example. He is attacked by a drunken woman. He defends himself. Of course, the power observed used by the male is going to seem too much as compared to the female. It is natural. Men have more power. This is multiplied when the male works out on a regular basis.
 
Women need to keep this in mind in the age of Equality. If you want to be completely equal, think twice before physically attacking a 215lbs Athletic male when you are a 90lbs female. 
 
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Moses Crosses Over Into The Promised Land

Charlton Heston, 84;
Charlton Heston, the Oscar-winning actor who achieved stardom playing larger-than-life figures including Moses, Michelangelo and Andrew Jackson and went on to become an unapologetic gun advocate and darling of conservative causes, has died. He was 84. Heston died Saturday at his Beverly Hills home, said family spokesman Bill Powers. In 2002, he had been diagnosed with symptoms similar to those of Alzheimer’s disease.

With a booming baritone voice, the tall, ruggedly handsome actor delivered his signature role as the prophet Moses in Cecil B. DeMille’s 1956 Biblical extravaganza “The Ten Commandments,” raising a rod over his head as God miraculously parts the Red Sea.

Heston won the Academy Award for best actor in another religious blockbuster in 1959’s “Ben-Hur,” racing four white horses at top speed in one of the cinema’s legendary action sequences: the 15-minute chariot race in which his character, a proud and noble Jew, competes against his childhood Roman friend. article here