Sad Manbabies Are Already Targeting ‘Captain Marvel’ With Negative Reviews
The film isn't even out yet.
In yet another example of why we can’t have nice things, pissy manbabies are targeting Captain Marvel with negative reviews on Rotten Tomatoes because Marvel Studios had the gall to make a movie about a superhero who is also a woman.
The audience review section of the Captain Marvel Rotten Tomatoes page has been flooded with negative, often badly misspelled comments, from users who are oUtRaGeD at the movie and its star Brie Larson, who recently spoke out about diversity in the film industry, noting that most critics appear to be “overwhelmingly” white and male.
Of course, Captain Marvel doesn’t hit cinemas for another couple of weeks, so it’s not like any of these trolls have actually seen the movie. Nor are they actually critics, so much as urine-soaked keyboard warriors. But that certainly hasn’t stopped them from lashing out at the world and the mothers who never loved them.
“Not interested in supporting Brie Larson’s agenda,” wrote one idiot with too much time on his hands.
“Tired of all this SJW nonsense,” exclaimed another, before presumably taking a big poopy in his adult diaper.
The whiny backlash mirrors the pre-release reaction to Black Panther and Star Wars: The Last Jedi, both of which were targeted by pathetic weirdos on the internet and then bombed spectacularly at the box office. Oh wait, no, they both made over $1.3 billion. My bad.
By the way, critics who have actually seen Captain Marvel have been posting their early reactions on social media. And spoilers: they loved it.
#CaptainMarvel is pure joy. I cannot wait for the generation of little girls who will grow up with Carol Danvers as a hero.
— Devan Coggan (@devancoggan) February 20, 2019
#CaptainMarvel is a great origin story. Brie’s buddy cop chemistry with @SamuelLJackson is so much fun and her relationship with Lashana Lynch is the real heart of it. Ben Mendelsohn and the cat both steal the show.
— Peter Sciretta (@slashfilm) February 20, 2019
I FUCKING LOVED #CAPTAINMARVEL
Its very different than most of the MCU films and so very 90s. It’s funny and fun and super empowering. It made me feel proud to be a woman.
Also, as a 90s teen, the soundtrack….oh, the soundtrack ❤
— Yolanda Machado (@SassyMamainLA) February 20, 2019
Some initial #CaptainMarvel reactions:
1. Cat people will love this movie.
2. Several truly magnificent music moments for this 90s kid.
3. Carol’s hero moment was very cathartic/true to the female experience, imho.
4. The MCU feels more complete now that Carol is in it. ♥️
— Kayti Burt (@kaytiburt) February 20, 2019
Captain Marvel hits cinemas in Australia on March 7. See it and make an MRA sad.