Originally Posted by lwright84
It is that exact mindset that causes filmmakers to worry more about political correctness and pussy-footing around controversial themes or plot elements for the fear of ticking off some self-righteous people group.
No, it isn't.
Would a movie projecting pedophilia
as a POSITIVE thing for society be appropriate?
There is nothing morally wrong with someone thinking that the idea of being trapped in a remote wilderness containing a pack of wild wolves is frightening, and writing a fictional action/adventure story to convey it.
You're right, there isn't.
But we are not talking about a written work; we are talking about a MOVIE.
We humans are, primarily, visual
We tend to base our "truths" on what we see and hear.
I don't how many times this needs to be repeated here.Critical Thinking
, in this country, has become an unpopular activity during my brief lifetime.
These days, being ignorant is considered to be a Badge of Honor by some people.
By your logic, you must hate Jaws as well right?
No, I do not.
When Jaws was made (37 years ago) the Great White was not facing extinction.
And the guy who wrote the novel later regretting doing so.
SNL aside, there is no such thing as a Landshark....