Male Letterboxd commenters attacking negative reviews of this movie somehow managed to miss the only point that made any sort of sense.
Pixar: makes Soul
Disney: "A story about a middle aged Black man looking for success, and featuring a positive portrayal of a Black community? Send it to Disney+."
Pixar: sighs, but understands considering the pandemic, and then finishes Luca
Disney: "A story with heavy gay undertones that's also about breaking down discrimination? Send it to Disney+."
Pixar: visibly confused, but pushes ahead with Turning Red, set to come out a full year after vaccines are available
Disney: "A story starring…
What is this? A Dragon Ball Z movie with a narrative arc? It doesn't skip the rising action? It has plot points? That's right, the first feature length DBZ movie is actually interested in telling a story before getting to the action. The film takes its time building up its mystery and conflict, giving the film a semblance of actual depth to the story. But if the other DBZ films have the…