Augusto Aguilera Joins The Predator Cast

Started by Corporal Hicks, Mar 05, 2017, 06:10:33 PM

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Keith

yes, and it seems extremely forced in this case (being a Predator film).


BishopShouldGo

Predator films are incredibly diverse.

Board troll?

Keith

Quote from: BishopShouldGo on Mar 08, 2017, 04:36:32 AM
Predator films are incredibly diverse.

Board troll?

You fail to see what I mean. Oh well, I tried.

Stealth_Hunter

Quote from: Keith on Mar 08, 2017, 04:26:07 AM
yes, and it seems extremely forced in this case (being a Predator film).

So your opinion is that there should be less than 5 people of color in this movie because it's a Predator film?

What ethnicity would you have liked Aguilera's character? What about his character gives you reason to think he should not be hispanic?

Who would you have cast in Yvonne's role?

Keith

Quote from: Stealth_Hunter on Mar 08, 2017, 04:38:21 AM
Quote from: Keith on Mar 08, 2017, 04:26:07 AM
yes, and it seems extremely forced in this case (being a Predator film).

So your opinion is that there should be less than 5 people of color in this movie because it's a Predator film?

What ethnicity would you have liked Aguilera's character? What about his character gives you reason to think he should not be hispanic?

Who would you have cast in Yvonne's role?

It's not simply ethnic diversity, but diversity in general. Like they have a checklist:

- kid
- white dude
- black dudes
- hot blonde
- hot brunette
- British guy
- Hispanic dude
- all in the hipster variety

What happened to all the big, tough, foul-mouthed macho dudes?

BishopShouldGo

There are all kinds of people in real life. Men, women, kids, blondes, Hispanics, etc.

And how do you know we won't be getting tough, foul-mouthed macho dudes? Which ethnicity is only allowed to play macho dudes?

Keith

Quote from: BishopShouldGo on Mar 08, 2017, 04:56:33 AM
There are all kinds of people in real life. Men, women, kids, blondes, Hispanics, etc.

Right, but you don't want all that in a Predator film. See AVP-R.

Stealth_Hunter

Quote from: Keith on Mar 08, 2017, 04:51:44 AM
It's not simply ethnic diversity, but diversity in general. Like they have a checklist:

- kid
- white dude
- black dudes
- hot blonde
- hot brunette
- British guy
- Hispanic dude
- all in the hipster variety

What happened to all the big, tough, foul-mouthed macho dudes?

You think they should have cast big tough macho dudes to play the role of a kid, a kid's mom, and a scientist? I think Shane cast correctly for the film he's making.

You see hipsters dressed like mercenaries in real life? A hipster is identified through fashion, not through physique, so I'm not understanding your hipster claim.

So your issue isn't that Aguilera is hispanic then? Your issue is that the cast is made of up people that are not only brunette and blonde, but also hispanic and British? That's an issue to you? What about their characters suggests they shouldn't be blonde, brunette, black, British, hispanic, etc?

BishopShouldGo

Because AVPR duh!!! If you took the women and children out of that movie all of its problems would be solved!!

SiL

Quote from: Keith on Mar 08, 2017, 04:58:58 AM
Quote from: BishopShouldGo on Mar 08, 2017, 04:56:33 AM
There are all kinds of people in real life. Men, women, kids, blondes, Hispanics, etc.

Right, but you don't want all that in a Predator film. See AVP-R.
You don't want hispanic people in a Predator film?

Have you even heard of Predator 2?

Corporal Hicks

Quote from: Keith on Mar 08, 2017, 03:25:27 AM
Quote from: Stealth_Hunter on Mar 08, 2017, 03:15:17 AM
Richard Chavez, Bill Duke, Carl Weathers and Sonny Landham were allowed to be people of color in a film because they played war veterans? Otherwise characters should just be white? What kind of logic is that?

Also, many Hispanic people exist outside of Central America.

Still zero evidence the casting was forced, Keith. Unless you were in the meeting when they discussed Aguilera's casting?

It's called an opinion dude.

And it seems rather like an uninformed opinion. As has been pointed out to you, the Predator films have a deal deal of diversity among their cast. Same as there's a great deal of diversity in the real world. There's zero evidence to say this is forced.

It seems more like a case of complaining for the sake of complaining which seems to be a bit of a trend with yourself.

Keith

Quote from: Corporal Hicks on Mar 08, 2017, 09:05:09 AM
Quote from: Keith on Mar 08, 2017, 03:25:27 AM
Quote from: Stealth_Hunter on Mar 08, 2017, 03:15:17 AM
Richard Chavez, Bill Duke, Carl Weathers and Sonny Landham were allowed to be people of color in a film because they played war veterans? Otherwise characters should just be white? What kind of logic is that?

Also, many Hispanic people exist outside of Central America.

Still zero evidence the casting was forced, Keith. Unless you were in the meeting when they discussed Aguilera's casting?

It's called an opinion dude.

And it seems rather like an uninformed opinion. As has been pointed out to you, the Predator films have a deal deal of diversity among their cast. Same as there's a great deal of diversity in the real world. There's zero evidence to say this is forced.

It seems more like a case of complaining for the sake of complaining which seems to be a bit of a trend with yourself.

That's your opinion  ;D

Corporal Hicks

In this case, it's a fact. You have no basis to back up your opinion that it's forced.

Stealth_Hunter

Quote from: Keith on Mar 08, 2017, 12:44:27 PM
Quote from: Corporal Hicks on Mar 08, 2017, 09:05:09 AM
Quote from: Keith on Mar 08, 2017, 03:25:27 AM
Quote from: Stealth_Hunter on Mar 08, 2017, 03:15:17 AM
Richard Chavez, Bill Duke, Carl Weathers and Sonny Landham were allowed to be people of color in a film because they played war veterans? Otherwise characters should just be white? What kind of logic is that?

Also, many Hispanic people exist outside of Central America.

Still zero evidence the casting was forced, Keith. Unless you were in the meeting when they discussed Aguilera's casting?

It's called an opinion dude.

And it seems rather like an uninformed opinion. As has been pointed out to you, the Predator films have a deal deal of diversity among their cast. Same as there's a great deal of diversity in the real world. There's zero evidence to say this is forced.

It seems more like a case of complaining for the sake of complaining which seems to be a bit of a trend with yourself.

That's your opinion  ;D

It is fact vs your invalid opinion. For any opinion to be valid and important, it needs to be informed, and I haven't seen you aspire to that.

People have an opinion that the Earth is 6,000 years old. That all cops want to kill blacks. That women who lead you on deserve to be raped. These opinions are not informed. There is no logic behind them, no foundation on which to base them. They're f**ktarded.

Your opinion that this casting is forced falls in the same line of not being informed and therefore, invalid. Sadly, the modern world has coddled everyone into thinking that they are entitled to their opinions. But being entitled to something is saying you have a right or claim to it. There is justice in you having it. And what could deprecate that concept more than someone being entitled to a chucklef**k dumb opinion?

Keith

Quote from: Corporal Hicks on Mar 08, 2017, 01:28:41 PM
In this case, it's a fact. You have no basis to back up your opinion that it's forced.

Nothing except the cast list which reeks of forced diversity. If you don't agree with me, that's fine. You see things one way, I see them another.

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