Lightyear FLOPS As Pixar Forced To ADMIT Woke Agenda FAILS!

Pixar’s Lightyear just totally flopped at the Box Office

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  1. "we are going to force gay stuff on your kids. oooh, gna bitch and moan on twitter and get us trending? oooh i hope not"
    "no, i'm just not taking my kid or letting them see it"
    shocked face

  2. They aren't in it for profit, they are in it for George Soros social engineering. If they wanted to make money they wouldn't have risk such a big project with ONE gay scene.

  3. The imitation game was an absolutely beautiful film about a gay man – mainly because the film didn't make his sexuality the central focus of the story but rather the central focus of the epilogue – because that was where it was relevant. When movies try to shoe-horn in agendas that make no sense to the characters and lore of that universe they are getting woke and getting broke. Stars Wars did it. Star Trek did it. And now this POS movie does it.

  4. "Look how fake woke we are! Now give us all your money! :D" and the mental illness rgbtq+xyz community eats it up every time lmao.

  5. Aside with the cultural controversy, and that Tim Allen wasn’t the main VA, the movie apparently was disappointing. It was nothing like Buzz LightYear Star Command, it wasn’t wacky and colorful, but it literally looks like those dystopian boring sci films with Buzz LightYear slapped on it. Zurg wasn’t really the Zurg we grew up with, etc. it just seemed like creativeness money-making grab.

  6. As the father of two daughters… I’m furious that I have to tell them no when they see the ads on tv and want to see it. It’s making me the bad guy… and I think that’s all part of the overall plan. Driving a wedge between the nuclear family is part of this ‘movement’ and its working.

  7. Jurassic Park 1 was great; 2 was meh; 3 was wooooooow; 4 was decent (carried by nostalgia, but whatever); 5 was meh; and 6 looks like another wooooooow, and def not in a good way.

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