His Dark Materials
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This doc gave a really good look at how people fighting for change inside a for profit company sometimes get bashed coming and going. This was a glimpse into a microcosm that represents the bigger struggle women and girls face daily.
Let's cut right to the chase, the reason why there Barbie dolls suck is because they're overthinking it. It's really obnoxious to see a bunch of women with no makeup complain about Barbie it's so ridiculous! Yet, they're working for Barbie and you know what the biggest problem is? The new dolls that were launched we're not Barbie. There's never heard the phrase leave good enough alone. It's because of all of these changes as to why Barbie keeps declining. You made her breasts flat and Tiny matter smaller and smaller and now nobody wants to play with her. Barbie started out as a men's doll, and men would hang it up in their car but it wasn't Barbie with a different brand and they just copied off of that doll. The former CEOs really knew what they were doing and this generation should really take the time to sit down and look at what they did for more realistic perspective. Barbie is in a feminist Barbie is in a white supremacist as they mentioned in the film, Barbie is simply a very pretty doll. And that's all after that is the imagination that comes
One of the best documentaries around
What could have been a very interesting story, was told in a dull manner with disconnected historical events. I was excited to see the doll's evolution, however, the film proved that impetus for change was not feminism, however, consumer criticism and falling revenues. Lacked a critical and engaging perspective into the thought process behind evolving barbie .. overall poorly told story