June 29, 2012
Nick Wechsler Productions, 33andOut Productions
Channing Tatum, Alex Pettyfer, Matthew McConaugey, Matt Bomer, Cody Horn, Joe Manganiello, Riley Keough, Olivia Munn
Director: Steven Soderbergh
Screenwriter: Reid Carolin
Genre: Comedy, Drama
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June 11, 2012 - 02:41
Racist? More like realistic. There is no need to shoreohn ethnicity into every film. I'm almost 40 years old and I only have one black friend, and he hardly ever hangs out with me or is interested in doing all the same stuff as I me. We enjoy the same type of music (not rap!) and the same type of movies (Horror, Sci-Fi, Action) and we work at the same place. That's about it.Folks today seem to think they have to turn movies into a damned Colors of Benetton' advertisement. No you don't. When you have a group of people all doing something, there doesn't have to be a black person or a hispanic person thrown in with them. If there is, hey fine with me, but don't do it just because some ethnic group thinks you have to. Do it because it's natural. It's like having a film based in the 1700 s and having a black character who isn't a slave or indentured servant. It makes no realistic sense.