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Doesn't make me feel better.
What we did to those guys.
Those pigs? You kidding? They deserved it.
Maybe but it doesn't make me feel any better - it kinda seemed like you enjoyed it.
Men are all the same; the only thing that stops them from acting like pigs is that they're cowards and they're afraid of being caught.
Did something happen to you? Like when you were a kid or something?
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Amazing about the gender war experienced by women in a male dominated society without being preachy.
Definitely worth a watch. Not a chick flick or action, or even a horror (unless you're a guy who doesn't respect women). Very serious and intense. There's a lot of hidden context, and at times, shows how differently a woman has to view the world for their safety (especially if you take a scene and switch the genders, since this would end in very different actions from the characters, eg, the section after the Captain Crunch scene).
Brilliant movie about the gender war experienced by women in a male dominated society without being preachy. Has a lot of hidden context. Definitely recommended.
One of those movies you shouldn't miss, and should probably show your daughters/sisters.
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