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Cpl Jeff N.
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I watched the entire video. There was a lot in there. First I am concerned that three grown men know so much about super hero/action hero moves, characters etc. When I was a child, I watched super heroes, I went to the original release of Star Wars, I watch the original Star Trek series, saw a boatload of Bond moves and loved comic books...but I grew up. I am 55 years old. This reminds we of 1st Corinthians 11: "When I was a child, I talked like a child, I thought like a child, I reasoned like a child. When I became a man, I put the ways of childhood behind me." It seems some cannot do that.

I don't watch comic book movies, I signed off of star wars after the first 3. I didn't even follow Star Trek into the next generation. The larger issue is Hollywood has no ideas. They have little imaginations so they remake everything. Those remakes create the opportunity to insert their world views into the movies and ruin the characters and franchises.

Perhaps the Marine Corps corrupted me. They forced me to grow up quickly or get crushed so I grew up. I have little time for BS, the fiction Hollywood puts out and the feminization of society in general. The largest issue is the feminization of men/masculinity. It is all around us.

I could go on and on and on but if people quit watching and paying for garbage eventually even Hollywood will run out of money, investors and the patience to make box office losers. Then they might consider something really original or have remakes that are true to the original. I even read somewhere that Superman has dropped the line "Truth, Justice and the American way". Seems that is even blasé.
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CPT Jack Durish
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Reality is a brutal teacher. It costs a harsh light exposing the fallacies of myth. Pain, real pain strips away super powers. And costumes are revealed as worthless camouflage. It seems that those who have never been exposed to the rigors of military life have never been exposed, really exposed to reality
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