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The falsehoods rained down in torrents. A truly horrid gun control propaganda piece, well-acted but a pathetic attack on the 2nd Amendment.
Wait let's see if it checks all the boxes?
1. Hero is a strong woman, minority, gay, trnasgender (insert victim class here)
2. Villains are white men.
3. Villains are middle age or older.
4. Victims are sad, minorities, to include children if possible.
5. Heroine is smarter, flawed and more committed to honorable cause.
6. Sensitive, heart wrench beefcake really understands heroine, like no other.
An AR 15 isn't an assault rifle. It just looks ooh-so-scary to Hollywood leftist writers.
This could have been a decent movie if Hollywood didn't have to preach and lecture us deplorables every day.
If you couldn't write the plot and conclusion after the 1rst 5 minutes, you're just not trying.
So much virtue signalling you could see it from space, and they checked almost every social justice trope box on the menu.
Evil white villains? Check.
Evil corporation? Check.
Kindly minority family? Check.
Evil white men preying on hispanic children? Check.
Corrupt, white law enforcement chasing sad minority children? Check.
Good female characters, exclusively bad male characters? Check.
The only things missing were evil corporations polluting a homosexual Native American pristine well.
Could it possibly be more....Hollywood?