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Some Neckbeard Removed The Women From 'The Last Jedi' And Is Getting Destroyed By Fans And Stars

Did you hate The Last Jedi? Did you think that maybe it could stand to lose some of the "girlz powah" or "silly stuff?" Turns out there's a Last Jedi edit for that. Pedestrian TV reported Monday that an anonymous user uploaded a "chauvinist" cut of the latest Star Wars film to the Pirate Bay. The 46 minute cut removes almost all women, with the exception of Leia Organa Solo, and replaces important moments for women with men. 

Just take in this neckbeard-y list of alterations that were made to the original film: 

  • "Cut out most shots showing female fighters/pilots and female officers commanding people around/having ideas."
  • "NO HALDO! She simply doesn't exist. Her whole subplot doesn't exist. The Kamikaze is carried out by Poe. ( = Poe dies.)"
  • "Leia never scolds, questions nor demotes Poe. He is a respected and very skilled high-ranking member of the resistance."
  • "When there's a scene where a woman is cut in making some important statement that can be substituted by another statement by a guy, then she gets cut out. Works pretty well actually."
  • "Wookie eats the Porg, or at least isn't interrupted in trying to do so."
  • "No green milk.

This dude has such a ridiculous grudge on women that it's almost hilarious. People on Twitter, including director Rian Johnson and actors Mark Hamill and John Boyega, seem to agree.


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People Are Combining Movies And Millennial Stereotypes On Twitter And The Results Are Genius

If we've learned anything over the past couple years, it's that millennials are an incredibly easy target. Yesterday, they gained an opportunity on Twitter to have fun with both their plights and stereotypes. @TagFemmes started things off with the hashtag #MillennialAMovie, imploring users to "millennialize" popular movie titles as as game. The results have been pretty hilarious.  

Funny list of twitter game #millennial a movie, in which twitter users make movie titles to suit millennials.
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These 'Stranger Things' Posters Are A Brilliant Tribute To Classic 80's Movies

The hit Netflix series Stranger Things is returning October 27th for its second season, and the promotional posters are incredible. Each one is a shout-out to an 80's horror film, which fits with the series' time period (1983.) A few of the films were actually released just before/after the eighties, but we'll let it slide because the art is so damn good. Here are the posters for the series as well as the posters of the films they pay homage to.

Collection of promotional posters for Stranger Things, popular Netflix series season 2.
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