Ralph Breaks the Internet
Mission: Impossible - Fallout
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What starts as a narcissistic endeavor becomes a larger examination of male insecurity.
Though it takes much longer for Moote to figure out than the audience, "Unhung Hero" is nothing to be ashamed of.
Ending on a high with one of the best last lines in a movie in years, Spitz and Moote have crafted a thoughtful crowdpleaser.
The wisest thing that Moote's girlfriend did was refuse to marry him, since he is a complete idiot who tries every sort of unreliable and unscientific procedure to enlarge his penis, and I can't believe that he would be so incredibly stupid to actually want to see a surgical operation.
Moote may come off as narcissist in this film, which is probably why a broad scope of people found the film to be disgusting, insufferable, and shady. I empathized with the guy more than I demonized him, for the simple reason that public humiliation and emotional turmoil often make us insecure. Everyone is insecure in some way or another, and Moote lets us travel the world to see the insecurities of many men. He debunks myths, shows the importance of love versus lust, and eventually realizes that for himself. This is an important film for men with these kinds of fears, so they know the problems they may be forcing on themselves, but it's also a sweet journey of a man realizing size doesn't matter unless you make it matter. For that reason, I found this a very informational and entertaining watch.
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