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Can Margot Robbie save Pirates of the Caribbean from irrelevance?

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It’s not just us - My daughter is a teenager and she can’t stand the female pc tv shows and movies. They do badly and score low ratings across the board.

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Remember when female leads were solid without being in your face about it?

 

Alien

Terminator

kill Bill

 

Just to name a few. Get woke, go broke.

 

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I suspect Margot will be a good choice for the forthcoming BLM flick which has the potential for ultimate woke status.  It'll still flop, though.

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9 hours ago, gomangosteen said:

Just a wild guess, but I somehow doubt that Thai Visa members are within this Disney movie's target audience demographic of "youngsters, teens (13-17 year olds) and families"

I'm thinking our 14 year-old daughter may enjoy it more than the average 50-60-70 year old

It'll make millions.

 

4 hours ago, thaibeachlovers said:

How many good movies that pander to the female demographic have you seen in the past 10 years? I can't think of a single one.

That would be "Wonder Woman" and they flocked to see it based on a slick marketing angle.

I was able to watch an advanced release of that movie and I was honestly shocked to see it hit such an incredible high after having personally pronounced it  "dead on arrival". 

 

............Wonders never cease to amaze.............

 

 

 

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13 hours ago, Kerryd said:


If you want a good pirate movie series to watch, check out Black Sailshttps://www.imdb.com/title/tt2375692/

Thanks for the recommendation!  Just purchased the entire series on iTunes .

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