Apparently, the state of Texas has taken matters further with the infamous Netflix movie, by taking legal action against the streaming service itself. And now it's been decided by a grand jury that Netflix will be indicted over the film itself.
When I first heard this news, I immediately had four thoughts come to my mind honestly.
1. I can't believe it took this freaking long for any legal action to be taken against Netflix over this film. Seriously, I never even seen the movie myself, but based on the trailer that I saw on YouTube, it was kind of obvious what the movie was in my honest opinion; hence why I didn't feel the need to watch it since I figured the trailer along with the reviews told me everything I needed to know.
Glad to see some legal action is being taken against it, but where this leads to, I don't know. I guess we'll wait and see.
2. Will the people that watched the damn film be put on a watch list, or go to jail now? I know there's quite a few critics that went out of their way to watch the movie just to review it for their respective companies they work for, or their blogs, or YouTube videos, so are they going to be in legal trouble for watching it on Netflix? Even the ones that claim the movie was outright shit?
3. I sincerely hope regardless of what happens that all the minors involved in the making of "Cuties" will be okay in the long run, as that's the most important thing in all of this, or one of the most important things.
4. The CEO of Netflix is either going to be fired or he'll be forced to "voluntarily" resign from his position fairly soon. Seriously, I don't see how the hell this man keeps his job after all of this. First of all, he's already losing the company tons of money and subscribers to their streaming platform over the damn "Cuties" movie that he agreed to show on Netflix, which is causing Netflix stock to go down over his decision. And now they're being indicted? Yeah, he's going to gone from Netflix fairly soon, as I'll be very surprised if he even has a job by the end of the year or early next year with Netflix.
Here's an article to know more about the situation:
https://www.msn.com/en-us/movies/news/n … r-BB19MbXS
Anyways what are you're thoughts?
by Kenna McHugh 2 years ago
I think this is great because it’s a mainstream exploitation. What do you think? Netflix indicted for ‘knowingly’ promoting material in the film “Cuties.” It depicts “the lewd exhibition of the genitals or pubic area of a clothed or partially clothed child who was younger than 18 years of...
by Stevennix2001 2 years ago
While I can't say I've seen the movie nor do I intend to, I have read and seen various reviews about the movie already. Many of which aren't good. According to the director of the film, cuties is about an 11 year old girl in a coming of age story rebelling against her...
by Dan Harmon 6 years ago
It seems that at least two electors from Texas have decided to cast their electoral college vote not for the man they promised to, but someone else.Christopher Suprun is one of those faithless electors:"That was also the last time I remember the nation united," Suprun wrote. "I watch...
by Stevennix2001 2 years ago
According to various media outlets, they're claiming not only does the film, "Cuties", NOT condone child exploitation, and child pornography, but the film is essentially a social commentary against such things...even though it's been confirmed by various critics that have seen the movie...
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