Typically this is the weekend when you can count on an overpriced dinner and safe, if not cheesy, romantic comedy, but what Hollywood has released this Valentine’s Day is far from safe.
Social media and the blogosphere are full of “50 reasons not to see 50 Shades of Gray” articles so I’m not going pile on with another list of reasons we should avoid it when those reasons should already be obvious to any believer or morally conscious individual.
But one thing I haven’t heard much about is the irony of this type of movie opening on this particular weekend. We all know 50 Shades was strategically placed over the weekend we set aside to celebrate love and romance. But what the movie is supposed to portray and what Valentines is supposed to represent aren’t in the same universe. It’s like marketing a slasher film as a Christmas movie just…
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