Here we go
Nobody cares, stop hating everything.
@Pvt BB Ghanoush, yea lets hate some real things like live action mulan not keeping the original songs :(
Excuse me, there is some racist existencial crisis in my funny pics
@DrSin, you should be loving that?!
@seeUpee, I’m sinful guy not a racist, let get one fücking thing clear, the seven sins are as follows 1: Pride, loving yourself too much and thinking you are the only one 2:Envy hating what others have that you can’t obtain 3:Gluttony over eating and over stuffing your face 4:Lust wanting / the urge to fornicate with everyone possible out of sheer needing of pleasure 5:Anger the rage that builds inside you towards humanity 6:Greed the pursuit to have it all and never having enough 7:Sloth being nearly inactive towards anything , none of these are racist toward anyone, I advocate only the horrors of the world by hating humanity as a whole not hating some one because the color of the fücking skin, rest assure hell has no place for such shïtty and petty characteristics
@DrSin, with all respect I am going to have to push you off that high horse... is hell we talking about... so what your saying is Hitler is not in hell bc he did not obsessed with ideas about race. Like hated and wanted dead anyone that wasn’t white and pure and how the German race was the Master race... and especially the Jews not because of their religion put as a nasty, poisonous race. How he especially believed that the human race could be improved by limiting or banishing the reproduction of inferior races.
@seeUpee, I already told you they are in Detroit Jesus can’t you understand
@DrSin, saddam hussein yes, hitler too? Dang!
May I ask why are you so hostile against racists stuff? Something happened? Once in a while is good to laugh at a racist joke. Yet you took it past that
@seeUpee, right now it’s just super annoying, like the whole she has to be white is super racist and people are fighting against a choice of a pretend character, this isn’t a joke this is people just being fücking racist just like the whole torch moments, I’m sick of people wanting everything to be white, let the people who are creating the “THING THEY CREATED” be the way they wanna create it
@DrSin, I understand what you are saying and explains the frustrating. I don’t think is much of a racist thing but more of keeping it like it was. They are movies from childhood and growing up watching them. Change is hard, I know I don’t like change myself at all. But oh well, it is what is man
@seeUpee, if you created it, you can change it, that’s the power of the creators , they could have swapped roles and made a merman and a princess fall I love for all I give a shït, but did I create it?nope , did I invest my time making it ? Nope. Would I make or lose money because of how they made it ? Nope , so why do I have this self centered need for it to be the way I want it to be ? So is physically hurt me ? No, will I die because they changed something ? No so what’s the big deal ? Just because you say something growing up as a delusion you want to keep is not my problem , no one is holding a gun to your head to watch it so why should any one care
@seeUpee, being racist isn’t a sin. After all, if it was God would be a sinner, as he says the Jews are the chosen people, meaning they would be higher and better than every other race. This is what it means.
So lay off my man @DrSin
@The Pun Shielder, hey, hey now... I like DrSin. I wasn’t bashing him, he just mentioned hell and no place for racism there and it threw the groove. Glad to see the love for the guy
@seeUpee, ah I misjudged. He’s a great commentator
Ahh the glorious double standard. Its only racist when white people do it.
Yeah I'm gonna go ahead and sit this one out
*filthy Frank clapping*
OOoOoooOOooOOOo Nobody gives a shjt!
1) It's a live action Disney Remake, it'll probably be suck so does anyone actually care?
2) Tiana's race was important to her character, whereas we don't even really know what Ocean/sea Ariel is from
3) Complaining about Ariel being black is worse than complaining about the lack of homosexual representation in Avengers. Y'all wanna talk about how oversensitive SJWs are then lose your fvcking shjt when an actress is the "wrong race."
Get the fvck over yourselves.
@SimonPetrikov, white people live in new orleans too ya racist
@Zaann, Yeah but being a black woman in New Orleans in the early 1900s was different from being a white woman. Tiana's goal of starting a restaurant is made difficult specifically by the circumstances of her birth. With Ariel, the only parts that matter are that she's royalty and that she's a mermaid. Whether she's white or not is irrelevant.
@SimonPetrikov, in the early 1900s a woman would have trouble regardless of race..
@Zaann, White woman still had a better chance than a black woman.
@SimonPetrikov, " tiannas race was important to her character" no it wasnt. You could litterally swap out the races for any other race in that movie and it would make as much sense. Why is this always the coubter argument to white washing/blackwashing characters. If the character is so shallow and boring that it looses all flare if you switch its skin color then it doesnt deserve to be a character to begin with.
@BlazingBowman, Her character doesn't lose flair by switching her skin color, I never said that. I'm saying that her race is part of what shapes her character. Tiana, Pocahontas, Merida, and Mulan are all characters whose racial background is important to their character. That doesn't make them weak characters, if anything it requires them to actually have a personality in order to stand out among their community. Compare characters like Aurora, Cinderella, and Snow White, whose race isn't important to the story, and end up bland and 2 dimensional regardless. Then you have characters like Ariel, who is a 3 dimensional character whose race is irrelevant thanks to her status as a mythical creature.
@SimonPetrikov, You only pointed out the white princesses for your example of race being unimportant. Mulans race is not important to her story. I promise. Look at it a little harder. The only thing that matters is her sex. The only thing that makes her Chinese is where she is in the world. All these princesses you listed are white because of where their story takes place. The Little Mermaid takes place in Denmark. It just doesn't make any sense for her to be black. I really don't care what race she is, I care about the historical consistency.
@SimonPetrikov, but you're spot on on your first point. I'm not gonna go see it, but not because of black Ariel. 😅
@Pyvin, Mulan's culture plays a big part in how important marriage and matchmaking is, the fact that she'll be killed if she's discovered, the way her father is recruited, the crisis of the Great Wall being crossed, the enemies she faces...her culture is extremely important. Yes, you can transplant "girl becoming soldier in patriarchal society" in many different cultures, but Mulan's story in particular needs to happen in a Chinese cultural setting. Disney's Cinderella, Snow White, and Sleeping Beauty are more easily transferable because the cultural context isn't as significant to the narrative as a whole. The Little Mermaid - Disney's version - doesn't have a clear location for it's story, and if we're going that far, then why does Princess & the Frog take place in 1900s USA rather than 1800s Germany?
@SimonPetrikov, The story of Disney's Cinderella would not make sense in a Latin or African setting, but there's potential for an Asian setting. But still, acting like location doesn't matter is silly. On your matter of Princess & the Frog, I didn't talk about that movie. I agree that Tiana makes sense exactly the way she is. I'm simply arguing that "White" has as much cultural significance as Asian, Black, and Hispanic. I'm all for transplanting an entire story into a different setting and culture, as long as the entire setting changes. I'd watch the crap out of "Snow white and the 7 kappa." I just cant get behind the idea of a black Ariel amidst white Denmark people. In that time period, it'd be impossible for Ariel to get the prince to fall in love with her in theee days without a voice. Realistically, he'd be way too fixated on the fact that she's black, and either he hasn't seen a black person before, or the social stigma would make a prince extremely hesitant.
@Pyvin, See that makes sense, and I'm actually hoping that it's addressed instead of being glossed over. It'd be interesting to address the racism of the time, maybe coupling it with the the inherent "otherness" of being a mermaid...but this is Disney we're talking about, and one of the remakes for that matter. I don't see them taking that risk.
@SimonPetrikov, yeah, for sure. If they address it, I'll honestly be fine with it. But if it's the exact same story with nothing changed except for Ariels skin, then it's pretty lame. I'm just not a fan of diversity for the sake of it. This coming from a half Chilean dude.
@SimonPetrikov, i agree that pocahontas, mulan, (maybe meridia i dont remember who that is?) But disagree with tiana. Change her skin color and the movie makes exactly as much sense. Just another poor girl trying hard to save up enough money to open a restaurant. Then she meets a prince and turns into a frog. Nothing in that story changes or suddenly is stupid if her name is terry. I disagree with them doing it because her character is black and should remain black on principle but it isnt as bad as say changing mulan onto malea. Mulan being set in ancient china it wouldnt make sense. The same going for pocahontas. This does also apply to Cinderella, aurora, and snow white not alot of black people in 1200s europe.
Doesn’t matter ethnicity she still won’t go out with you