It would be as if Denzel or Wesley Snipes came out played Ol’ Step ‘n’ Fetch in a minstrel show movie. Can you imagine it? Of course you can’t; African Americans now play strong, intelligent, commanding roles in countless films and television shows and advertisements.
So why are Adam Sandler, Seth Rogen, Jason Schwartzman, and Jonah Hill playing insulting and demeaning cartoons of every Jewish male stereotype that’s out there?
We had the misfortune of seeing "Funny People" last night. We had no idea what the movie was about when we went in (arriving late to try to squeeze in a movie – any movie – after a late dinner.) We had no idea we’d be treated to 146 minutes of every offensive Jewish stereotype out there, including:
The charming messages that scratch any Jewish guy and you’ll find a homo (the obsession of the characters on cock width, length, and rubbing cocks together is just the start. Oh yeah, and those are the actual words used in the movie.);
Portrayals of Jewish roommates as back-stabbing, conniving, mammon-worshiping sociopaths that will sell their friends or family out at the drop of a hat;
The calling of a Swedish doctor with a German accent a "Nazi." Yes, a Nazi;
This is just as much as I can stomach to write. There’s much more.
Oh yeah, and let’s not forget the sexist misogyny everywhere in the film. In the first few minutes of the film we are treated to hearing one actor refer to his partner as "his bitch." It gets worse.
How does a piece of shit like this get made, and how can a group of Jews in Hollywood today revel so much in producing a piece of shit that MAKES A POINT to reaffirm nearly every stereotype out there of the hateful-manipulative-closet gay-Jewish male-posing-as-a-hetreo-and-without-one-moral-or-value?
Oh, and it’s not "ironic" (if only it were!) in its "humor"; this is flat-out an embarrassment to Jews and particularly Jewish men everywhere.