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ihometiger
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7 problematic films that are yet to be cancelled
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Ace Ventura.
‘Finkle is Einhorn. Einhorn is Finkle’. This is the famous revelation that Jim Carrey’s Ace Ventura has when he realizes the film’s villain has had a sex change and has been under his nose all along (the head of the Miami Police Department with whom he’s been working). However, not only does Ace go on to ‘out’ the villainous Einhorn/Finkle, as well as asserting the intensely problematic need for a trans person to ‘pass’ for the sex to which they’ve changed, he then goes on to regret having kissed Einhorn. It’s nothing but a kick in the teeth to the trans community.





Ross
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re: 7 problematic films that are yet to be cancelled
“Problematic” is a pussies’ word.


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Tiger Prawn
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re: 7 problematic films that are yet to be cancelled
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7 problematic films
Where’s the other 6?

But I wouldn’t care if Jim Carrey got cancelled


LegendInMyMind
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re: 7 problematic films that are yet to be cancelled
If a person has gotten to such a level where they are taking Ace Ventura seriously, I'm convinced they don't have a single, legitimate problem in their life.


jdrn21
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re: 7 problematic films that are yet to be cancelled
Whats problematic are the crybabies with sensitive vaginas


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LegendInMyMind
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re: 7 problematic films that are yet to be cancelled
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But I wouldn’t care if Jim Carrey got cancelled


The mask is just Carrey in green face. We can't have that.


FightingTigers138
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re: 7 problematic films that are yet to be cancelled
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he then goes on to regret having kissed Einhorn




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Sun God
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re: 7 problematic films that are yet to be cancelled
Imagine your brain being so fricked up you wrote out that description about an early Jim Carrey movie
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LegendInMyMind
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re: 7 problematic films that are yet to be cancelled
And Dumb and Dumber? Well, that's an insult to morons everywhere.


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OldmanBeasley
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re: 7 problematic films that are yet to be cancelled
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If a person has gotten to such a level where they are taking Ace Ventura seriously, I'm convinced they don't have a single, legitimate problem in their life.

I thought Ace Ventura was based on a true story


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DarkDrifter
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re: 7 problematic films that are yet to be cancelled
Indiana Jones and Aladdin?? That guy can go frick himself


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fightin tigers
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re: 7 problematic films that are yet to be cancelled
Saw Netflix pulled an episode because a chinese man dressed up as some dungeon and dragon character.



So yeah, anything goes.
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GRTiger
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re: 7 problematic films that are yet to be cancelled
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the film’s villain has had a sex change


Wait, so it WAS a terrible case of hemorrhoids?


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blueboy
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re: 7 problematic films that are yet to be cancelled
I think the author is being sarcastic.
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James Delingpole is officially the world’s best political blogger. (Well, that’s what the 2013 Bloggies said). Besides the Spectator, he is executive editor of Breitbart London and writes for Bogpaper.com and Ricochet.com.


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CamdenTiger
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re: 7 problematic films that are yet to be cancelled
They’ll probably cancel White Chicks, before they realize they are 2 black dudes


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fr33manator
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re: 7 problematic films that are yet to be cancelled



What the hell, that was a great episode and that isn’t blackface at all!
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BatonrougeCajun
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re: 7 problematic films that are yet to be cancelled
So now heterosexuals have to be into gay shite when it happens to or around them? No sir, thanks for the invite into your mental disorder but I’m cool over here.


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bcoop199
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re: 7 problematic films that are yet to be cancelled
What about Guess who's coming to dinner? The black maid calls Sidney Poitier's character the N word and calls him boy several times.


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JonTigerFan11
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re: 7 problematic films that are yet to be cancelled
If this is the new standard, time cancel some other people.

Biggie Smalls says “fa**ot” and “homo” and several other things specifically targeted at homosexuals in several of his songs on the album Life After Death. Jay Z is featured on one such track. #cancel them both.

WU Tang Clan- Same thing.

The list of rappers being openly homophobic goes on. Yet it’s cool for some reason? They get a pass.


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