According to a report, CEO of X Elon Musk has added his voice to the growing number of people who have criticized the “Barbie” film for its persistent complaints about the “patriarchy.”
The film’s first weekend in the United States brought in $155 million, but Musk was not hesitant in criticizing the film, which he believes promotes a “woke” ideology.
Musk said on his social media platform X (Formerly Twitter) that if you drink a shot of alcohol every time Barbie used the term “patriarchy” throughout the film, you would be unconscious before it was over.
Musk has said that the ‘Woke mind virus’ is one of the most significant dangers facing contemporary society.
Reviews have shown that the film, directed by Greta Gerwig, is not the light, humorous adventure that was advertised.
The Barbie movie trailers didn’t say much about the film’s plot, but they did show that Margot Robbie, the film’s producer and star, and Barbie, the film’s titular character, live in a perfect world modeled after the toys they inspired. That setup may make for a fun movie.
Yet, several conservative commentators have criticized Barbie for being mired in culture-war nitpicking.
Defense attorney Robert Barnes, whose clients include Kyle Rittenhouse and Nick Sandmann, said the film is a “bait-and-switch” intended to trick parents into thinking it would be proper for their children, but that is not the case.
YouTuber Lauren Chen explains that Ryan Gosling’s “Ken” character learns that reality is patriarchal and eagerly reintroduces ‘toxic masculinity’ to the matriarchal world of Barbie.
Chen said that it was incredible how the studio managed to cover up how annoyingly Woke the film was.
Christian Toto, editor of Hollywood in Toto, argues that the picture is saturated with feminism and hatred of men. He warned movie-goers not to be fooled by “Barbie’s” bright and cheery visuals. The movie is powered by hatred rather than love.