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Do you think these 'comedy' movies indicate deep problems with the modern mindset?

The Voices - a warm and funny comedy about a serial killer who has hilarious arguments with the severed heads of his women victims.

Swiss Army Man - a mentally ill incel makes friends with a fartpowered human corpse who has an erection that can be used as a compass and who can be used in many ways as a survival tool.

Jo-Jo Rabbit - a young boy in WW2 Germany has a klutzy, lovable Adolf Hitler as an imaginary playmate.

Of these three, I guess Jo-Jo is the least disturbed and freakish, which is weird in itself. I would not say I am shocked or offended by these films, but the mere fact that these scripts were given the green light makes me fear for the future of society. Something is badly broken in the mass mindset.

4 Answers

  • 3 months ago
    Favorite Answer

    I was going to say, do you really have to ask, is it not blatantly obvious in itself, but seeing the other answers, and also, how you describe the movies, I'm afraid, the psychology of denial (the shadow) is HUGE!  You people are so far gone, even this video may be of no use, thus, why the movie industry is doing what they're doing...

  • 3 months ago

    No,go back to the 1970,s.

    You will see many brutal scenes.

  • Anonymous
    3 months ago

    Not really. I'd rather see films that are a bit offbeat than Avengers Part 14 or another damn Star Wars trilogy. 

  • Anonymous
    3 months ago

    No. I think your reaction to them indicates deep problems with your mindset, or really not so much the set but just your mind itself. Seek therapy... TODAY!

    Source(s): By the way, while you're at the therapist, you might just want to float out there the question if it's possible for your therapist to help you develop even the slightest inkling of a sense of humor. I know it's a big ask, but it doesn't hurt to ask.
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