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Breakfast at Mr. Yunioshi's

last I see you now Harry was the other,guy,I'm said said our buck you like you,remember mr. Cory I broke this oh,darling I am sorry but I lost my key but,it won't do any good I just lose them,all come on baby you like me you know,you do mister you like me I'm a liked,guy like me baby you know you do I got,the quarter for each all the time with,disturbance I cannot see my rest I'm an,artist I got two corner fights on you,don't be angry you dear little man I,won't do it again you promise not to be,angry I might have to take those,pictures we mentioned well sometime,anytime good night,me to go right 300 lazy once again I,must approach test if you're gonna stop,with that owner grabber right this,minute I'm gonna call your face,department that's a more better,yes,miss Cole ID the time I'm a warning you,I am definitely but this time got to go,in the briefs,so my darling Fred I have tonight made a,very serious decision then what is that,no longer will I play the field,congratulations feel stinks both,economically and socially and I'm there,you wanna wait house,good evening mr. Yunioshi crown burger,narcotics squad what do you mean

Breakfast at Tiffany's: The Making of a Classic (part 1)

Breakfast at Tiffany's: The Making of a Classic (part 1)

but was a novella written by Truman,Capote and we optioned the rights took,him into paramount so we started what is,usually called in the entertainment,industry development hell and started,developing the screenplay,I love the screenplay but I've loved a,lot of screenplays that haven't made it,so I wasn't foolish enough to make that,a part of my consideration for doing it,or not I would have done it if I had to,crawl all the way up the Walk of Fame,you know and that was a big opportunity,for me Audrey was under contract to,Paramount we just thought she would be,wonderful in it they didn't parama,didn't think she would play it because,she was such a kind of sweet and,proprietary kind of lady that they,didn't think she would play a part where,the woman gets $50 to go to the powder,room,certainly in her mind and understandably,so it was a big jump from the Capote,Holly Golightly to our films Holly,Golightly and she just didn't know,whether she could do that sort of thing,I thought she did a wonderful job I,liked it because she was very naive and,it was like playing against that,character and I think that's what it,takes to play that part and get away,with it yeah I just told her I thought,she would be absolutely great not to,expect her to be the Holly Golightly of,Truman's book I don't even want to own,anything until I can find a place when,movies go together not sure where that,is but I know what it's like like,Tiffany's I mean the jewelry store,that's right I'm crazy about Tiffany's,Truman Capote originally visualized,Marilyn Monroe in the part and she,probably would have been allowed to play,the character as he,had created her in the book but they,unfortunately wouldn't have had we do,that you kind of would have expected,Marilyn who you know is very sexy too,she was kind of obvious for the part and,so we thought we could do better and,when Audrey said she would do it even,though paramount didn't think she would,that's how we got her I don't think that,the majority of the audience in those,days really ever thought of Audrey,Hepburn,as a hooker as a call girl I bet you,they didn't even when it was over with,they didn't even know so fifty dollars,for the powder room so she was an escort,lady I found myself wishing that she,could have done the part as written,people didn't know how earthy and how,true to life,Audrey was how how aware she was if,whatever went on in the world but she,took something which was one way and,turned it completely into something else,up to the point that people forget what,the film is really about she was scared,and happy and funny and delightful and,spunky and emotional,solid Audrey Hepburn was a gift from God,I mean she just the loveliest most,gracious darling darling lady and I,think it's a film that she's become so,identified with it's become a classic we,talk of Audrey Hepburn the first thing,you think of is Breakfast at Tiffany's,the first day of the film we were,shooting the first scene in the movie,which is when the taxi cab pulls up to,the curb in front of Japanese at 57th,and 5th Avenue came the time to shoot,and it was as though God said well I'm,going to give you a break now but for,the rest of your career you're just,going to have to live off of this one,and nobody appeared no cars no people it,was suddenly deserted with the sweep of,his hand CB DeMille wiped out the whole,traffic situation and we had our shot do,you mind if I just get in with you for a,minute,so right really it is we're friends,that's all,we are friends aren't we George I had a,great physical presence,I think the two work I didn't work 12,the two but he still had a lot that,innocence that I think made attracted to,her we liked each other as human beings,he admired me greatly I found out as a,director and what I did in that Sun and,I didn't want him in the movie if you,would ask me and I hope you don't that,you know what I cast him now I thought I,would he just didn't have whatever it,was that I wanted it wasn't my cup of,tea,and yet I loved it we had great time I,want to tell you I'd work with him at,the Actors Studio and we gotten along,superbly I really loved him I mean he,was divided to me I'm flirting with me,and it's so good you know and I was so,thrilled to be doing the film with him,well he had been spoiled and he wanted,things as he wanted them and he and I,dominated him a lot more in the script,and he he didn't want to be seen in that,condition I'll tell you what warm I am a,very stylish girl what are you doing,writing a check don't look so bewildered,surely you've noticed me writing checks,before you're entitled to a vacation,with pay we wanted somebody who was,no-nonsense who could play that kind of,you know strong subterranean sexual role,which is what she does and I don't,recall we ever had any problem getting,her to play the part because she was a,fan of Audrey's and,it was a very good rule your Hollies,father her naming Holly she was Lula Mae,Barnes was till she married me I'm her,husband do

Asian American Perspective On Mickey Rooney’s Yellow-Face Portrayal on “Breakfast At Tiffany’s”

Asian American Perspective On Mickey Rooney’s Yellow-Face Portrayal on “Breakfast At Tiffany’s”

for one thing,breakfast is Tiffany's is really an,iconic film,how do I look it was an iconic role for,Audrey Hepburn you know women want to,dress like her they want to wear the,same dress they wanted wear the same hat,Moon River came out of that it was a big,big hit the soundtrack was number one,for three months and so it really,invaded the pop consciousness and so,when you say Breakfast at Tiffany's they,go oh yeah it was a great film but what,they forget is that element that wasn't,great which was the yellow-faced,character mr. Yunioshi played by oh,darling I am sorry but I lost my key,just made me cringe I was young so I,couldn't really articulate it I didn't,know how to articulate it ready but all,I know is that I felt something there it,was very wrong don't be angry you little,man I won't do it again you promise not,to be angry I might have to take those,pictures we mention wait some time on,the other hand I am able to see the film,in its historical context and understand,that it was intended to be a comical,rule understand that,in many ways it is simply a reflection,of a stereotype that people had at that,time and which I think we've made,strides to get away from since then in,looking at the mr. Yunioshi character,they made up Mickey Rooney to look,exactly like cartoon caricatures of,Japanese during World War two if it was,a white character it was an on ethnic,character I think it could have worked,for the purpose Det I think Nicki Rooney,was therefore on a very basic level,which was to provide physical physical,comedy he had great physical comedy but,then perhaps maybe they should have just,picked someone who had great physical,comedy and not even had a Japanese,character there's an old expression,you've probably heard in Japan that says,the nailed that sticks up gets pounded,down and so that which is exactly the,opposite of the Western proverb of the,squeaky wheel gets the oil and so,there's,there's been a tradition of not,protesting whenever they're there,negative stereotypes that occurred and,so there wasn't a lot of protests at the,time people probably silently endured it,I think that you know he was commonplace,back then they got a lot of these big,stars and to put on this makeup and it,doesn't make sense to me that they would,because once you see these big stars,with this really bad makeup it just,takes you out of the film,I think it's a moviegoer you're looking,you go oh my god it's that's Marlon,Brando with his eyes slanted and pulled,I mean that's the sky so it to me defeat,of the purpose you want to get a big,star to get attention but then you know,what the big star looks like and he,looks kind of this oriental ish kind of,thing and it doesn't quite look right,yellow faces where someone else usually,of Caucasian descent puts on prosthetic,types of devices on their face and and,also makeup to make them look Asian,it looks it looks terrible when you have,a white person putting on makeup to,location it just looks garish it really,stands out it doesn't look very natural,and whenever I see someone like that I,think why don't they just get an Asian,actor I think in the old days one of the,reasons why directors got white actors,to play,Asian characters is because they didn't,have as many Asian American actors,around or they're looking for the big,name and you know unless you give Asian,American actors meaty roles other than,just playing some one-dimensional,villain well you won't develop any stars,I think when you look at the history of,film it's probably easier to name or,recognize famous Asian bad guys than it,is to recognize her name famous Asian,good guy characters probably one of the,more famous examples at least for,science fiction fans is being the,merciless and Flash Gordon,you have this somewhat menacing asian,character who's got the fu-manchu's,style beard and he's evil and powerful,and wants to take over the world I,understand that if you have a great hero,you need a great villain you need,someone to for the hue of the go up,against and I suppose it makes it it,ratchets it up a notch if you have,someone who's not just evil but someone,who's really mysterious so that's,probably why they used a lot of Asian,villains in the past and so the problem,is that what people get from watching,these films is that white is good Asian,is bad even if it's a foreign character,because Hollywood doesn't always,distinguish between Asians from Asia and,Asian Americans and so when they play a,foreign person doesn't matter if it's,born in Japan or China or Korea or,someone who was raised in America,because they usually have a speaker with,an accent anyway so people don't see the,difference between Asian Americans and,Asian nationals,he made a grave mistake tonight when he,murdered a countryman of mine and he,will regret it was this man deliberately,posing as you he was my colleague,keeping mr. Novello under observation,incidentally he diverted suspicion from,myself most of our actors don't speak,with accents

Yellowface is a bad look, Hollywood

Yellowface is a bad look, Hollywood

When someone like Scarlett Johansson is cast,as the lead in an adaptation of a Japanese,comic franchise, it’s important to understand,that the ensuing anger isn’t just about that movie.,And it’s not just about Tilda Swinton playing,a Tibetan character in Marvel’s Doctor Strange.,Or Emma Stone claiming to be part,Chinese and Hawaiian in Aloha.,“My dad was half-Chinese and half-Hawaiian,,and my mother is Swedish.”,It’s how all of these casting decisions,combined, dating back to the earliest days,of Hollywood, have made asians invisible at,best, and at worst, the butt of a cruel joke.,That’s why fans notice when the characters,from the Last Airbender cartoon become much,lighter-skinned for the live-action movie.,And when John Rico goes from being Filipino,in the novel Starship Troopers, to being played,by someone named Casper Van Dien.,"I want to try it again, but this time,we need you to do an accent.",The fact is, things aren’t getting better,fast enough for Asians in Hollywood.,In 1944, Aline MacMahon was nominated for,an Oscar for her yellowface role in Dragon Seed.,Later on, Linda Hunt would win an Oscar for,playing a Chinese man in The Year of Living Dangerously.,“Billy Kwan”,That was 1982. Almost 40 years later. Basically,everything else in the country had changed,except white people being cast as Asians.,For a solid two decades, the Chinese detective,character Charlie Chan was played by white,men in makeup.,But that was the 30s and 40s right?,Well here’s Jim Sturgess and Hugo Weaving,reincarnated as Koreans for parts of Cloud,Atlas. “Who are you?”,Everyone remembers Mickey Rooney’s infamous,1961 performance in Breakfast at Tiffany’s,as just fully unacceptable and racist right?,“Miss Golightly.”,Well 24 years later, Joel Grey delivered this,Korean caricature in Remo Williams. “I think,I can do something with him.”,And another 2 decades later, here’s Rob,Schneider in I Now Pronounce You Chuck & Larry,“Now the rings are a symbol of eternity”,Schneider is a quarter Filipino, so….progress?,Or how about Peter Sellers’ 1968 role as,a clueless Indian man at a dinner party?,“You really crushed my old Indian hand.”,A full 20 years later, Fisher Stevens was in,brownface for Short Circuit 2. “It’s not,possible. We are the type of people who…”,And another 24 years after that, Ashton Kutcher,is doing this in a Popchips commercial.,I'm Raj. I’m a Bollywood producer. I’m looking,for the most delicious thing on the planet.”,Arguably worse than white people playing Asian,characters is white people playing real life,Asian humans, which is what happened to,Cora Lijeck in Argo,and to Jeffrey Ma, who appeared in the movie 21,as this character even though in real life,he was this guy.,“Ben Campbell was the most gifted student at MIT.”,It’s not surprising that directors want,to hire big names to attract producers and funding,But when they want to do stories about Asians,and won’t cast Asian actors, they should,know the blowback against that has been building,for the better part of a century,“Sakini by name. Interpreter by profession.”,One of the early examples of a white cast,playing Asian characters was The Good Earth,in 1937, based on the hugely popular novel,by Pearl S. Buck. There was an Asian actress,who wanted the lead part. Her name was Anna May,Wong, and she was basically the only Chinese-American,movie star at the time. One of the reasons that,MGM reportedly snubbed her was that in the,30s and 40s Hollywood was censored by a moral,code, and it prohibited things like nudity,and profanity, but also interracial romance.,So once they cast a white man to play Wang Lung,,they couldn’t cast Wong to play his wife.,The role went to a German-born actress named,Louise Rainer,,and she went on to win an Oscar for it.

Audrey Hepburn

Audrey Hepburn

Audrey Kathleen Ruston; 1929 – 1993 was an  actress and humanitarian. A film and fashion icon,  ,ranked by the American Film Institute as  the third-greatest female screen legend from  ,Classic Hollywood cinema and inducted into the  International Best Dressed List Hall of Fame. ,Here are some interesting  facts about Audrey Hepburn… ,Born in Brussels, to an aristocratic family,  Hepburn spent some of her childhood in Belgium,  ,England and the Netherlands. She studied  ballet in Amsterdam beginning in 1945,  ,and in London from 1948. She started  performing as a chorus girl in West  ,End musical theater productions, then  had minor appearances in several films.  ,Rising to stardom in the romantic comedy 1953s  Roman Holiday with Gregory Peck, for which she was  ,the first actress to win an Oscar, a Golden Globe  Award, and a BAFTA Award for a single performance.  ,That year, she also won a Tony Award for Best Lead  Actress in a Play for her performance in Ondine. ,She continued on to star in successful films such  as 1954s Sabrina, Humphrey Bogart and William  ,Holden compete for her affection; 1957s Funny  Face, a musical where she sang her own parts;  ,the drama 1959s The Nun's Story; the  romantic comedy 1961s Breakfast at Tiffany's;  ,the thriller-romance 1963s Charade, with Cary  Grant; and the musical 1964s My Fair Lady. In  ,1967 she starred in the thriller Wait Until Dark,  receiving Golden Globe, Academy Award, and BAFTA  ,nominations. After that, she rarely appeared  in films, one being 1976s Robin and Marian  ,with Sean Connery. Her last performances were in  the 1990 documentary television series Gardens of  ,the World with Audrey Hepburn for which she won  a Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Individual  ,Achievement – Informational Programming. Hepburn won three BAFTA Awards for Best  ,British Actress in a Leading Role.  In recognition of her film career,  ,she received BAFTA's Lifetime Achievement  Award, the Golden Globe Cecil B. DeMille Award,  ,the Screen Actors Guild Life Achievement Award,  and the Special Tony Award. She remains one  ,of only seventeen people who have won Academy,  Emmy, Grammy, and Tony Awards. In December 1992,  ,she received the US Presidential Medal of Freedom  in recognition of her work as a UNICEF Goodwill  ,Ambassador. A month later, she died of cancer  at her home in Switzerland, at the age of 63. ,Thank you for your time today, I hope  you liked the video. Please leave me your  ,comments. I do appreciate likes, shares and  subscribers. It helps me a lot. Bye for now.

Top 10 Racially Offensive Yet Funny Movie Characters

Top 10 Racially Offensive Yet Funny Movie Characters

how they got past the development stage,we'll never know do you do me oh you,couldn't handle a little math welcome to,watchmojo.com and today we're counting,down our picks for the top 10 racially,offensive movie characters that's rude,for this list we've chosen movie,characters so ridiculous and distasteful,they're almost funny but they're really,really not please please give me a,chance,believe me I understand what your people,have been through you have no idea what,my people have been through number 10,long Duk dong,Sixteen Candles what's happening hot,stuff there's a fine line between comedy,and racism and John Hughes crusted this,unfortunately named Chinese exchange,student is constantly humiliating,himself which causes him to giggle,uncontrollably grandpa is talking to you,he's horny drinks has odd customs and is,followed incessantly by a gong his name,is the accent in broken English are bad,enough but the character even caused,viewers to yell as lines at random Asian,Americans classy appetizing food fitting,neatly into interests inna round pie,it's a quiche how do you spell well you,don't spell it son you eat it,number 9 Salim you don't mess with the,Zohan,and I want some of your wives like Kim,Hwa had the bitter 20,no I sleep with one wife no she gave one,baby touch okay,why not Zohan himself well lord knows,he's offensive but we chose Rob,Schneider's contribution because he's,stereotyped some race or another in,almost every movie he makes Enzo hanys,Arab and I now pronounce you chuck and,Larry he's Chinese dish in 50 first,dates he's Hawaiian in bedtime stories,he's Native American and we're sure,we're missing some fish yeah yes keep up,keep up among us but it's okay because,he's Filipino right yeah yeah yeah Bona,flocking Phantom eje who is he fooling,Bubba number 8 Mark Watson soul men soul,man he didn't give up he got down,there's enough c-list star power here,that someone should have known better,perennial eighties faves see thomas,Howell is a pampered rich boy who's got,to pay his way through Harvard Law well,I I realized my father makes a lot of,money but you see he's not giving me any,but honors for suckers so he takes pills,that make his skin darker so who qualify,for a black only scholarship these are,the 80s man so Cosby decade America,loves black people yep in 1986 Hollywood,and the audience's who made this a,box-office success that blackface was,okay terming need a here's a more,vital matter while you're at it yes,white fat ass but number seven the white,chicks white chicks,let's call this payback Shawn and Marlon,Wayans played to screw up FBI agents who,Don crude prosthetics blonde wigs and,miniskirts to impersonate a pair of,socialites and track a notorious,kidnapper,you want somebody's pump but that,kidnapper crap is just the glue that,holds this racist trainwreck together,it's basically nothing more than a,string of jokes at white people's,expense,number six Watto nate Gunray and jar-jar,binks Star Wars Episode one The Phantom,Menace new Star Wars additions are,heavily scrutinized but it requires,little to no effort to criticize Episode,one to put it bluntly the aliens,perpetuate racist ideas with his money,obsession slaves accent and distinct,appearance,Watto represents Jewish stereotypes make,Gunray dresses looks and sounds vaguely,Asian this is getting out of hand,and everyone's favorite punching bag has,the mannerisms and speech patterns of a,terrible Carribean cliche whoa plus he,just pisses us off don't do that again,way to go Lucas number five guru Maurice,Pitka,the Love Guru aside from being patently,unfunny painfully formulaic and fairly,unrealistic this Mike Myers flick is,borderline disrespectful to Hindus and,French Canadians and anyone who paid to,see it and Oscar winner Sir Ben Kingsley,they were into doggy style before the,missionary position okay the problems,cheap laughs,lazy puns and overdone stereotypes we,hope most people know enough about,Hinduism and Indian culture to,understand that this ain't it actually,guru Pitka is disrespectful to anyone,with half a brain but until I learn to,love myself I can only go out with three,girls named and three girls named Ann,yeah and visible and play table and then,job,number four Uncle Remus song of the,south a company as prolific as Disney is,bound to make mistakes and boy have they,aladdin's barbaric Arabian Nights,Dumbo's black crows lady in the tramps,Siamese cats Peter Pan's Redskins the,list is endless,but perhaps the worst culprit is this,live action animation blend and it's,kindly Uncle Remus set in an oddly,idyllic post-civil war Deep South,this film glosses over the horrors of,slavery so much it's now banned in the,US dude ah indeed number three mudflap,and skids Transformers Revenge of the,Fallen we should not be able to name the,black Transformers but alas these jive,talk and alien robots embody several,African American stereotypes were,surprised to see in a movie made this,century a mudflat what are we gonna go,wi

How Breakfast at Tiffany's Turned into a Totally Different Movie | Adapting a Classic

How Breakfast at Tiffany's Turned into a Totally Different Movie | Adapting a Classic

give me an example i said quietly of,something that means something in your,opinion,wuthering heights she said without,hesitation but that's unreasonable,you're talking about a work of genius,it was wasn't it my wild sweet kathy god,i cried buckets i saw it ten times,i said oh with recognizable relief oh,with a shameful rising inflection,the movie,most of us have probably felt something,like this before right that there's some,disconnect between a book and its film,adaptation or maybe you've heard that,infamous phrase the book was better,how ironic that this sentiment appears,in breakfast at tiffany's a novella that,became a film notoriously disliked by,its author truman capote and drastically,changed from its original version as it,turns out people have very strong,opinions about breakfast at tiffany's,there's the usual dorm room decor type,fandom you probably recognize but there,are also people who cannot stand it and,as we'll see for justifiable reasons,when i ask people to tell me on,instagram about why they don't like it,the most common responses came down to,personal taste it's boring and the way,the film is treated culturally its fans,are annoying but many of the most common,responses i think can be attributed to,the way it was adapted from novella to,film,things were changed left out it was,miscast,so in this video i'll break down some of,the differences between the book and the,movie why certain changes were made,during the adaptation process and how,those changes both affect capote's,intentions and explain some of the,perceived shortcomings of the film,before we get started i'm very happy to,tell you about the sponsor of today's,video mubi a curated streaming service,that shows exceptional films from around,the globe every day mubi presents a new,film each one thoughtfully hand-picked,by their team of curators with this,service it's incredibly easy to discover,countless gems anytime anywhere so i,highly recommend that you give it a try,click the link in the description below,to try it for yourself and get a whole,month free at moobi.com be kind rewind,truman capote's 1958 novella breakfast,at tiffany's is told primarily in,flashback an unnamed narrator a gay,writer living in new york city receives,word that his friend the infamous holly,golightly may have been spotted,traveling in africa the news is a bit,surprising he hasn't seen holly in years,not since they lived in the same,apartment building during world war ii,after he learns her most recent,whereabouts the narrator spends the,remainder of the book which is only,about 85 pages long total reminiscing,about holly what they did together what,he knows about her and why she,fascinates him we learn a lot of details,you probably recall from the film she,grew up in tulip texas she was married,at 14 to a much older man she ran away,and has since been fending for herself,in the big city scheming for a better,future with her brother fred who's off,at war,capote's precise witty language felt,electric on the page and studios well,aware of how his recent work had been,selling showed interest in purchasing,the film rights martin juro and richard,shepard producers at paramount who had,produced tennessee williams the fugitive,kind approached capote with an offer it,took a fair amount of coaxing but,eventually he agreed and paramount began,developing the film version of breakfast,at tiffany's the challenge for the,studio became obvious quite quickly,although it may not be readily apparent,from the quick summary i just did,breakfast at tiffany's as written by,truman capote was not exactly adaptation,friendly especially in 1960 both for its,plotlessness and its content which we'll,get into in a minute,this became glaringly apparent when they,received their first draft of the,screenplay written by sumner lock,elliott elliott was primarily a,television writer but juro and shepard,believed that because he lived in new,york maybe elliott could accurately,translate the modern edgy feel of the,novella for the screen in his book about,the making of breakfast at tiffany's 5th,avenue 5 am sam lawson includes an,internal memo from shepard to a,paramount studio chief that reveals the,producer's reaction to elliot's first,draft,suffice it to say we are all immensely,disappointed in elliot's efforts,disregarding its length and peculiar,physical format we are most disturbed by,its episodic disjointed fluffy and even,ephemeral tone the young man he has,written is petty and unattractive in,character borders on the effeminate,which we all detest,most important however a dramatically,sound storyline and point of view is,either non-existent or certainly not,clear,all of us are convinced that we are,correct in assuming that the boy and the,girl end up together at the end of our,story that's holly's problem which is,the principle one is in some way,resolved through the understanding love,and strength of the boy,episodic and ephemeral a non-existent,plot no romance between the leads

10 Most Offensive Movie Characters Ever

10 Most Offensive Movie Characters Ever

well our comments section is going to be,a paradise meadow after this one there's,a lot of anger out there on the internet,about offensiveness people being,offended and people being offended that,people are offended and then there's,this which is just a hopefully funny,video list of movie characters who let's,be honest we're a bit rubbish in terms,of the whole you know racial thing but,hey if you feel like I'm being a bit too,harsh on the white man then do write in,to let me know what a social justice,warrior I am at perpetual cycle of anger,at void pressures opinions calm well now,that I've already annoyed you let's move,on I'm Adam from what culture calm and,here are the 10 most offensive movie,characters ever number 10 long Duk dong,Sixteen Candles is a much beloved,classic and one of the pantheon of John,Hughes movies about the awkward joys of,youth it also has a character called,long Duk dominant he's not the most,nuanced of characters as you can,probably guess by the fact he has long,and dong built right there into his name,also a gun plays whenever he appears in,case you've forgotten he was Asian and,that that was the joke his being Asian,what's happening hot stuff look he's a,very sweet boy and what's happening hot,stuff is objectively funny but can we,agree that the gong might be a bit too,much just a bit just a bit too racist no,more Yankee my Winky number 9 Genghis,Khan Genghis Khan is one of the most,fearsome figures in the history of the,world head of the Mongol Empire which,ranks just under the British Empire in,terms of size of being a massive dick,the lands that were conquered to make it,well in terms of cinematic port rails,turns out whitey wins again huzzah as he,was played by John Wayne the movie the,Conqueror and John Wayne is about as far,from a Mongolian as you can get without,changing species not only was the Asian,makeup offensive but the film didn't,even have the mitigating circumstances,of being good the Conqueror is widely,regarded as one of the worst films of,the 1950s and the near hilarious miss,casting of John Wayne has a lot to do,with that number eight Ruby rhod not,every character has to be a crude,stereotype to be offensive sometimes,they just have to be annoying as piss,step right up,Chris Tucker who's built a career on,screeching so hard he's sounding like,he's prolapsing Ruby rhod from The Fifth,Element,is a mewling ed of pure sonic despair,there aren't many things that I hate,daddy longlegs Adam Sandler brie butt,and I mean,genuinely Ruby rod so offends my senses,that even just thinking about him to,record this I feel like I have to go for,a walk to calm down number seven the,crows Disney are responsible for so much,joy but also they are big fans of broad,popular storytelling communicating,characters in the simplest most,immediate way possible which leads to,sometimes things like the Siamese cats,Uncle Remus and the Native Americans,from Peter Pan,these can be somewhat forgiven as being,archetypes at the time but there's,something about the crows from Dumbo,that just sticks in my craw pun intended,sure they're Ebonics are very,stereotypical I've been done seen etc,but it's something else,it's the fact that their leader is,called Jim Jim Crow as in the Jim Crow,laws which enforced racial segregation,in the south yeah for that little joke,Disney maybe in this case you can go,yourself,number 6 skids and mudflap again maybe,these characters wouldn't have garnered,such public backlash if they hadn't been,in such a huge turd as Transformers,Revenge of the Fallen but they were and,hey managing to be the worst thing in a,film with gigantic robot testicles and,Megan Fox is no mean feat the two robots,are supposed to be gangsters with all,their poses heavy ebonics saying they,don't read much and one of them having a,gold tooth that's pretty much racist,finger putting the car into caricature,and that's really solid material the,internet lost its fruit about the,characters and production shifted blame,from the writers to the voice artists to,Michael Bay to back to the voice artists,one of them being the white guy who,voices Sponge Bob to the VFX team as to,who is the most responsible for all that,bad bad racism excuse me I'm sorry I'm,sorry,number 5 guru Pitka we need someone to,satirize Hindu culture quick call Mike,Myers the Love Guru just has so much,going on like Ben Kingsley's cross-eyed,guru tugginmypudha thing is at least sir,Ben's dad was of Indian descent whereas,a thick Indian accent coming out of,absolute Canadian Mike Meyers is a,little harder to swallow the portrayal,as well as a bunch of other shenanigans,annoyed Hindu leaders around America,with Raj and Zedd saying people are not,very well,versed in Hinduism so this might be,their only exposure they will think most,of us are like that and you do not want,to be compared to gurning monstrosity,like the Love Guru it would literally be,better to be compared to a pilot because,at least that has uses in the natural,world,n

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