It's really good. It just outs all the hypocritical creative bullshit coming out of Hollywood that only somebody with the clout of Matt and Trey can expose without any concern of backlash.
Viacom were certainly willing to have Paramount lick boot for China with those jacket flag changes in Top Gun: Maverick.
i'm still surprised that absolutely no one seems to care that an obviously tibetan character was played by tilda swinton in dr. strange. surely not related to china in any way.
Haha that line was pretty great!
it would be nice, if those types could see the bigger picture and realize SP is way more skewed towards the right side of history regardless of a couple ancient fumbles.
Not only can Disney do absolutely nothing wrong in the eyes of most, but it doubles up with having the MCU in its corner. The Disney brand loyalty is off the charts, I can't think of any company that's even close.
Oh its been brought up but it gets steamrolled under all the other conversations surrounding the MCU, let alone Dr. Strange. That and most people don't even realize the change.
Shit there are several episodes of The Boondocks that still aren't allowed to be streamed anywhere like the the notorious Tyler Perry episode.
I just hate South Park and I'll never miss the chance to make it clear. That's all.
Dude, if this forum has taught me anything, it's that moral energy has an unending supply, especially when it's about meaningless finger waving.
I stopped buying the DVDs/Blu-rays around 14. I mean unbanned from television/streaming, obviously.
Well said. And at the very least they've tried to be better about social issues in recent history.
You enter threads about shows you hate/don’t watch?
A decade and a half ago? If anything, the libertarian messaging felt less overt in the beginning compared to some of the stuff in season 19. I haven't watched anything past that season, though.
Let me guess, they're worried about people fantasizing using time travel to undo China's glorious history? What a dumb thing lol
From my knowledge they ban movies with LGBT characters, time travel and ghosts. I would love to have a movie about gay time travelers that fight ghosts.
The minute Winnie the Pooh was involved it was going to be banned in China.The best part is that the first ep of the season was highly critical of ICE and the family separation policy at the American border, and it made literally no waves in the American political landscape because it's obviously protected speech, but South Park makes similar policy criticisms of China and are promptly banned there.