The irony is that the real – and loudest – minority here are the homophobes (at least, if national polls on support for issues like same-sex marriage are anything to go by). Not that there would be anything wrong with this film if that weren't the case!dustybooks wrote: ↑Sun Jan 20, 2019 2:09 pmI was just checking showtimes for The Favourite and want to announce that the "Google audience reviews" for it are a terrible goldmine.(Spoiler tagged just in case, but not before accidentally hitting "quote" instead of "edit" for the 100th time.)SpoilerShowa google reviewer wrote:I watched the previews at least 4 times. Thought it was a comedy. Never once did it indicate that he Queen and her 1st Lady Mogal were lesbians and even showed them in bed together. And them Emma stone jumps in bed with her also 15 minutes later. If you like being entertained by a lesbian move that’s your choice. I think that there should at least be some indication of the nature of the movie as to sexual preference in the previews. That’s the problem with the whole Gay and Lesbian movement, no matter how you cut up the pie they are still a MINORITY. They just have a loud voice and that’s all. Needless to say we walked out before Emma Stone did her thing with the Queen.
Shame on Emma Stone for doing this movie. I have always loved Emma Stome acting abilities. But this is the second movie she has done that displayed the Lesbian life style as something normal. She played in a move about Billy Jean King ..... walked out of that one too. That’s my choice! Do you want your children growing up with thinking that there’s an alternative lifestyle, I think not.
Maybe these types should stop whinging about the "gay agenda" and spend their time more usefully – like, say, looking up some of the details of the film they're going to see so that they can be sure they won't be unexpectedly offended by anything """alternative""".