When Oscar met Thelma

The Oscars (statuettes presented annually by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences) will be awarded this coming Sunday night, February 24. Why not create our own awards, the Thelmas? It’ll give us something fun to do… and perhaps evolve into a yearly ritual that grabs media attention.

The movie from which our statuette gets its name is, Thelma & Louise. It ended when the feminist “heroines” drove their car off a cliff:

Watch the empowerment

Ergo, our award will go to films that have similarly driven equality and justice to destruction.

We can do this many ways.

For example, we can use actual nominees and comment on their actual plots:

Django Unchained

Another movie from the unhinged misandric mind of feminino Tarantino. What is it about his being raised by Mommy Dearest (dad kicked to the curb) that makes him include a castration scene in all his movies?

Or we can use the titles of actual nominees and create fake misandric plots:

Django Unchained

A brave film showing feminism at its finest. During Hurricane Katrina, Ms. Django temporarily frees her husband from his backyard doghouse, the better to make him pull a raft full of Wimmin’s Studies crones to a DV shelter in New Orleans.

We can also create fake films with fake titles and fake misandric plots:

From Here to Paternity

Jethro is an unemployed IT worker sleeping on park benches in Femville. He’s joined one night (well, more like 18 minutes) by “town pump” Lurleen. She subsequently gets preggers, shitz a spawn, and points her gold finger at J-man. Jethro then spends the rest of his life in a coalmine, paying for his baby-mama’s condo and visits to Oprah-endorsed feminist shrinks.

We can use past winners, too.

Gone With The Wind

A blue-pill goober foolishly approaches the enormous backside of a feminist while carrying copies of the Magna Carta, US Constitution, and other documents proving men have rights. She comments on same by releasing gale-force flatulence in his face.

Or we can create faux films based on real events:

The Osbourne Conspiracy

A nitwit fembot bones a rockstar to steal, er, share his wealth and appetite for eating bat heads. She then carves out a career for herself as a sit-down comedienne, making audiences roll in aisles hearing stories of penile butchery.

The possibilities are endless.

I tried my hand at it a couple decades ago:!199&authkey=!AATF8no-ZHJz4AQ!200&authkey=!ACK4EBtslf__FTk!201&authkey=!AM0FPGys8_c52-k!202&authkey=!AL2LQZq7GIOEz38

 A variation would be to emulate the Boston Globe’s resident-evil fembot, Ellen Goodman, and mimic her annual “Equal Rites” award:

 I tried 21 years ago, too, calling mine the ’Busters:!204&authkey=!ALOOUFuHkb3LmBU!205&authkey=!AP9slN8GbYPr568

In any case, we should to do more than talk. Sure, not everyone is ready. Some need to educate themselves more. And others are constrained by monetary obligations and/or varying interests. I’m just suggesting a few ideas for those who are ready.

Stick it to ’em!

About Robert Sides

Robert Sides is a 40-year+ MRA. Co-founder Boston chapter NCFM. Appeared on national radio/TV. Taught gender-based classes from the male perspective.

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  • Dr. Tara J. Palmatier

    Young Adult. A movie about an alcoholic, narcissistic borderline woman who writes ‘tween literature for girls. Hilarity ensues when she returns to her small hometown and implodes. Seriously, this is what the movie is about.

    VAWA Strikes Back. Just when you thought the Rebel Forces had vanquished the Empire, Vag Vader and her misandric Storm Troopers return to further decimate the US Constitution. VAWA’s back! Oppressive, most oppressive.

    Money Ball. A documentary about the US Family Court system.

    Alice in Plunderland. A trippy romp that explores the domestic violence and sexual grievance industry.

    That’s My Boy. A comedy starring Adam Sandler about an adult female teacher who rapes a male student that results in pregnancy and the vilification of the rape victim. I laughed. I cried. I hurled.

    Ho White and the Seven Baby Daddies. Self-explanatory. Hi Ho, Hi Ho, it’s off to deadbeat dad jail they go!

    • donzaloog

      Vag Vader should definitely be a new mascot or something.

    • Perseus

      Dr. T, you have a talent. Wow

    • Laddition

      Hey, you guys need to get together a focus group. These memes are golden. They would make excellent sticker material along with a link to AVFM. A darkly comic hook along with a signpost to sanity…

  • Itchy Ike

    So, what is the point of this exercise, exactly? To ridicule feminism? To ridicule the Oscars?

    “our award will go to films that have similarly driven equality and justice to destruction.” Yet you go on to encourage using fake films with fake plots, and the first comment continues that meme.

    Is the point to ridicule the way feminists tend to twist the plot or story of a film to find misogyny where there isn’t any? If so, I think you missed the mark. Most of these “films” come across as MHRA in-jokes.

    Maybe I’m just too dense to get it. If so, please enlighten me.

    • Paul Elam

      Oy vey.

      And I am not even Jewish.

  • Paul Elam

    Slut on a Hot Tin Roof Tennessee Williams adaptation about a Southern Belle that stalks plantation owners. She loses at love, but inspires a lynching anyway.

    Lie Hard 2 – Lie Harder Aging, bald feminist makes up a story about saving the city from bad guys who never really existed, gets caught in the lie, but the city accepts her story anyway and erects a statue in her honor cuz those bad guys really might have been real.

    A Cockwork Orange Stanley Kubrick classic featuring patriarchal penises that bludgeon little kittens into wet spots on the patriarchal pavement. Originally rated X, but changed to PG-13 when propaganda value was realized.

    Bitches of Madison County Clint Eastwood directs this movie about a wife who fucks the first man she is alone with the moment her husband leaves town, taking his children to the Illinois State Fair in 1965. Thelma nomination best moral relativism.

    Saving Private Lynch Steven Spielberg yarn about how a lowly female private becomes the best known hero of the entire gulf war by crawling into the sand and crying when the metal hit the meat. Special effects by The Pentagon, screenplay by the American Mainstream Media.

    • MrShadowfax42

      “Lie Hard 2 – Lie Harder Aging, bald feminist”

      Not so far from the truth…

      “He said: “I like the idea that it would possibly be that I don’t take myself very seriously, that the characters I play always try as hard as they can to think that they’re in charge.

      “But in truth, women are in charge. Women should be in charge of everything.”

  • Dr. Tara J. Palmatier

    Driving Miss Lazy. A glimpse into being married to an entitled child in a woman’s body.

    Million Dollar Baby. The story of actor Brendan Fraser (star of The Mummy films) who is nearly bankrupt from paying $900,000/year in child support to his ex-wife — this is not a joke.

    No Country for Old Men. And no healthcare either!

    Forrest Lump. A day in the life of your average “blue-piller.”

    Teri Stoddard Goes to Washington. The heroic struggle of those seeking VAWA reform.

    A Tale of Two Titties. Whoops. MHRM movie titles, not porn titles.

    The Wizard of Kos. Journalism, shmournalism!

    Muthering Heights. How one gold-digging, Golden Uterus plays two love rivals against one another and ends up destroying both.

    Jane Ire. Look out, Mr. Rochester. Jane’s back and she’s pissed!

    The Great Dictator. The Julia Gillard Story.

    • Paul Elam

      The Wizard of Kos. Journalism, shmournalism!

      Thief!!!! hahahaha

      • Dr. Tara J. Palmatier

        Swiss cheese memory. That was in the email blurb, wasn’t it?

        Okay, how about Ship of Fools, the blogging staff of Jezebel and the MuffPo go on a Carnival Cruise?

        Or The Feminists Are Coming, the Feminists Are Coming! about the Stalinization of mainstream media discourse?

    • greg

      God Bless Teri Stoddard and SAVE.

  • Suzanne McCarley

    Those are good! I see some real potential there, but I don’t watch TV or movies so I couldn’t contribute. Humor is a tonic, and we can use some!
    (I did think Gone With the Wind was going to be a reference to the whereabouts of Charles’, Frank’s, Ashley’s and Rhett’s happiness due to their entanglements with Scarlett…

    • Kimski

      The Vagabonds?

    • Laddition

      Given Rhett’s, “Frankly my dear, I don’t give a damn”, howsabout

      ‘Gone his own way with the wind’

      we could probably get it sponsored by an anti-flatulence medication as well ker-ching $$$$$$$

  • thefeministmra

    I’m going to be the voice of dissent here; I find no worth in twisting the intentions of any artist for the sole purpose of exposing an ideology they may not believe. Nor do I feel that we have any right to impose our subjective interpretations on to the subject material that’s presented in a way which the artist expresses. I was against the likes of Anita Sarkeesian doing this, and I’m against anyone doing it.

    You have the right to express your opinions and the right to critique any art form you wish, but don’t be so obtuse in suggesting that because it happens to possess a certain concept that it is somehow a contribution to the destruction of justice or equality. ‘Schindler’s List’ doesn’t support Nazism. Art is an illustration of life; it is not life itself. Art may very well be the critique of the subject it represents.

    I don’t mind parody, and I’m not going to be so self righteous as to tell you to stop what you’re doing. I’m simply going to ask that you be aware of it, and you don’t cross that line. Having said that, I’m still chuckling at some of the Puns.

    • Dr. Tara J. Palmatier

      Sorry, didn’t mean to cause offense. I actually enjoyed some of the films I made pun of — except Young Adult because it’s so spot on and so disturbing.

      • Stu

        I’m going to have to give you some meany lessons Dr T lol

        The correct response to someone claiming to be offended by comedy is……eat shit. :)

    • Paul Elam

      I would agree with you if any of this were a serious misrepresentation of any artists work. For pity sake it is clearly parody, one of the most established forms of comedy in existence.

      I don’t think being an activist excludes me from having a little fun. In fact, given the last week, I could use a bit more. :)

      • thefeministmra

        Don’t worry Paul, I get the intent here and I’m laughing at a lot of them (Cinderfella, /snicker). But when I read the statement…

        “Ergo, our award will go to films that have similarly driven equality and justice to destruction.

        We can do this many ways.

        For example, we can use actual nominees and comment on their actual plots:”

        …I just want to caution against taking it a step to far. Like making sure I keep the keys from a bunch of drunk guys. People love being drunk, and there’s nothing wrong with it; but it needs to not go further.

    • JFinn

      don’t be so obtuse in suggesting that because it happens to possess a certain concept that it is somehow a contribution to the destruction of justice or equality.

      This is concern trolling. Yes, art can depict oppression in a positive light, ergo contributing to the destruction of equality. Schindler’s list doesn’t depict Nazism in a positive light. Jud Suss would be a better example. There can certainly be films that intentionally propagate hateful feminist tropes. And calling us a bunch of drunk dudes is a feminist shaming move.

      • thefeministmra

        I find you’re continued hostilities toward me rather entertaining to say the least JFinn. I am pleased to see that others took my thoughts more serious than “concern trolling”. And a comparative metaphor is not an insulting accusation, especially not when it applies to the very person that made the statement.

        If it makes you feel better though, you can hit the little red minus button below this reply.

        • JFinn

          I don’t understand the “continued hostilities” line of yours. Our other exchange involved you being the one approaching me, just calling me “narrow minded” for my (supported) AFALT stance, which I expressed to someone else. You’re certainly entitled to your opinion. Just please don’t lie. And not any criticism constitutes ‘hostility’, much like not any negative opinion of a single woman constitutes misogyny.

          In any case, I do think that comparing MHRAs to a bunch of drunk idiots who need a responsible pro-feminist adult to stop them from criticizing misandry in entertainment/art can be insulting.

  • Suzanne McCarley

    (I did think Gone With the Wind was going to be a reference to the whereabouts of Charles’, Frank’s, Ashley’s and Rhett’s happiness due to their entanglements with Scarlett…)

  • TigerMan

    “One Flew Over The RadFems Nest”

  • Robert Sides

    Okay. I wasn’t sure my submission would make the cut. At the very least, I expected it to take a while to be vetted. So I decided to check the “preview” AFTER submitting the post for shitzandgiggles and saw a female Oscar statue. Then it hit me: the piece was already published.


    Then I saw there were already comments. So I started reading…and lost a half-hour of my life.

    Apparently I passed out laughing so hard.

    OMG. Youse guys are so clever and funny!

    We should send a link of this page to newspapers and other media. It might cause them to come here and read more.

    We might also cut-and-paste “reviews,” put them in emails, and send them to reporters…adding a brief intro followed by a link to AVFM.

    Meanwhile, I’m putting out an APB on my nates ‘cuz it sure looks like I laughed my ass off.

    PLEASE: keep the ideas, suggestions, etc. coming. I’m getting more beer and popcorn.

  • greg

    Nightmare On Ellsworth Street.

    Demon Spawn Mary Kellett is ALIVE

    Pretty In Pink

    David Futrelle’s life story

    One Flew Over Cuckoos Nest: Starring Terry O’Neal and Lisalyn Jacobs and Kathy “Bobbitt” Markley.

    The Lunatics ARE Running the Asylum

  • Steve_85

    Transformers – Where the nice girl you dated in high school turns out to be a bitch from hell with a toggle.

    The Lord of the Kitchen – About a woman and her sammich mine. One does not simply ‘make a sammich’.

    Batman Forever… and ever, and ever. After the Batman movies, Bruce Wayne has a child and is hit up for child support… for ever.

    • Dr. Tara J. Palmatier

      The Bobbit. The adventures of a short, hirsute woman and her double-edged, feminist sword of vengeance and mirth, Sting.

  • Dan Perrins


    I Fembot in the future feminist robots are turned out by the millions with a horrifying internal program written by a lawyer to reduce the male population to 10%

    Undercover Mother Needs a baby daddy, can’t remember whose it is. See how she goes trolling undercover pregnant in bars for any wallet owner

    The Sum of All Fears Getting served divorce papers

    Anchorwoman False allegations of abuse to get the position, no claim to obscure or to absurd

    Gone in 60 milliseconds See a man’s right to due process evaporate with the mere pointing of a woman’s finger

    Cinderella Man Hugo’s never ending search for feminist approval

    The Insider Scented Nectars harrowing story of leaving the rad-fem cult

    Pirates of the Family Courts Jurisdiction see as unscrupulous lawyers encourage their clients to make false allegations of rape and abuse to plunder her ex’s assets

    Always in for a laff thanks Robert.

    • Steve_85

      CinderFELLA. Where a wife makes her ‘bitch’ do all the housework.

  • ContraTerrene

    I really smiled after reading this, unexpected for a place where the topics are pretty grim.

    Thanks for that gift, everyone.

  • Dr. Tara J. Palmatier

    Please don’t encourage me, Mr Sides. I could do this all day and I’m currently taking enough OTC cold medication to do just that — this is fun!

    vaGinatown. She’s my daughter! She’s my sister! She’s my daughter! She’s my sister! Well, that is if the radfems get their way, kitty kat.

    The Whore Whisperer. The psychiatric misadventures of feminist psychologist and feminist psychotherapy practitioner, Betty McClellan.

    Slut Walk. A film about the global sensation, Slut Walks. Personal accountability, pffft — that’s sooooooooooooo patriarchal!

    Norman Rae. Men’s rights are human rights! Men’s rights are human rights! Union!

    Retirement Can Wait. The other side of lifetime alimony.

    Tootsie. The only way an unemployed man can get a job is to pretend to be a woman.

    Fatal Attraction. Girl meets boy. Girl stalks boy. Girl boils bunny.

    The Accidental Father. Oopsy! I don’t know what could’ve happened. I swear I was on the pill!

    Dangerous Liaisons. A movie about getting married and having kids in first world western countries.

  • Robert Sides

    Starring Treet Williams. A divorced dad is forced to survive on Spam-like products.

    “Argo…Eff Yourself!”
    The growing response of sane humans to feminism.

    “Beasts of the Southern Wild”
    The name of the annual ‘don’t-objectify-me’ contest held for hirsute harridans living below the Mason-Dixon line.

    “Les Misérables”
    What even millionaire men become post-divorce.

    “Life of Humble Pie”
    The diurnal dietary existence of ever-more women’s movement members.

    The face found on coins left in divorced men’s pockets.

    “Silver Linings Playbook”
    The mythical online ‘Book of Excuses’ stored in the cloud, consulted by fierce, feisty unicorn-riding feminists whenever they fail in reality.

    “Zero Dot Thirty”
    The portion of each dollar stolen from men to fund misandric agencies.

  • Dan Perrins

    Best Documentary;

    KKKK, delves into the shallow psychological makeup of the Klitty Klamatic Kamando Klan, whose motto is ‘its always about me because I’ve got a klitty.’
    No imagined oppression or sexual slight to small. Hear from their own mouths as they explain how they were birth raped by their child, or how when a man asked them for coffee in an elevator one member was visually raped. A chilling expose’ on this misandric group of hate mongers.

    • Laddition

      Love the motto…too cool

  • Dr. Tara J. Palmatier

    Mrs. Doubtfire. The only way an unemployed father can see his children is to pretend to be a woman and be hired as their nanny.

    Goodfemmies. “F-ck you, pay me.”

    The Crying Game. Rebecca Watson’s never-ending saga of professional victimhood.

    Saving Ryan’s Privates. MHRA Lance Bastion travels to Africa to stop the barbaric circumcision of millions of African men and boys.

    Lost in Translation. A movie that explains why most feminist arguments and statistics simply do not make sense.

    Good Night and Good Luck. What you say to any man who gets married without an ironclad pre-nup.

    • OneHundredPercentCotton

      OMG, wow, Doc. Your’re on a roll!

      OK, now on a serious note – Small Screen reality series.

      I’m a woman who has fixed up and restored old houses many times, and I watch fixing up old house shows addictively.

      One of my favorite shows features a woman with the same philosophy about old homes that I have – to respect and restore the original character, not refurbish or “modernize”.

      She makes “feminist” comments from time to time, “See me! I’m a girl on a back hoe!” but I over look it in favor of the good stuff she does.

      Finding this posted on facebook, and the subsequent snorfling suck up comments has caused me to lose my appetite tonight…

      Nicole Curtis the Rehab Addict
      I do believe that if my name were Nicholas and I was a man-my opinions and stances would be taken more seriously. Many will argue, but I do believe this to be true. However, with that being said, the bit of discrimination that I experience as a small, cute, blonde woman is nothing for me to whine about in a world where others are still judged for the color of their skin, ethnic background or sexual orientation. Compared to where we were in my Great-Grandmother’s generation-ladies-we are doing just fine. So, please know-you can call me a feminist, but my fight is for equal grounds for all.

  • greg

    Pulp NonFiction

    Documentary on Over 50 percent of DV Victims. Males


    The Jodi Arias/Casey Anthony story. Take your pick.

    An Affair To Remember/or to Not Remember; Director Pierce Harlan. Producer E. Steve Berkimer

    The Big Easy

    Selling Feminism and VAWA to a Sleeping American Public.

    Krawford vs Krawford

    Father Loses Children in Family Court.

    Fail safe

    Welcome to Fatherhood!! And the Corruption of Family Court.

  • JFinn

    Ladies and gentlemen, for another edition of “black guys have been doing MRAism before it was cool,” Enjoy :) :

    Based on some of the recent squabbles, I definitely see the MRM splitting into a couple or more sub-strands. It’s a good thing because we’d be attacking misandry from different levels.

    Whenever I’m in a group of blue collar guys, of any race, the purple-pill force feels very strong(though the white-knightery can be, too.) I think there is a very large ‘market’ that is CONSCIOUSLY ready for a movement. I just wonder whether the style/delivery of the current MRM is appealing.

    Keyster alluded to the transition from hairy lezzies to Cosmopolitan culture as a promoter of feminism to the masses. Sprinkling men’s systemic issues on top of men’s interests(dating, sports, fitness, nutrition, careers/finance, comedy, relationships, video games/cable TV/movies, and of course elegant titties) could be interesting. The ideas are ready to go viral.

    Places that produce such spectacular seminal writing like A Voice For Men are akin to the women’s studies programs of the MRM. Those programs inform the journalists, artists, and entertainers, who infuse the ideas into informational goods/services that are already in demand. is trying to do this with feminism for men. 2 guys who interest me are Bill Burr and Tom Leykis. Burr sounds a little too much like us, laying it a bit thick. He’s still doing well, though, as his delivery is brilliant. Leykis was wildly popular, probably for a reason Keyster touched on as well. He made red pills empowering.

    The PUA focus is too limited IMO. Their relative popularity, despite the narrow focus, and considering the frequency of their red-pill speak, points to a hungry market.

    mp3 player recommendation:

    convert youtube vid to mp3:

    • sevencck

      I have some mixed feelings about the squabbles. I feel like the MRM is very politically libertarian and right of center. This honestly really confuses me a great deal, as I would expect liberals to be keen to jump on the bandwagon of an underdog human rights movement with legitimate gripes. I’ve been thinking of making a space on youtube to try to speak to this untapped resource, but it feels like doing so would only increase the fracturing along political fault lines that really shouldn’t be there in the first place.

      Frankly, the notion of men’s human rights is bigger than partisan politics. The political right is an economic and political philosophy which will speak to the embedded cultural values to gain elected acceptance. Ditto the left and any other political orientation. If these normalized values include bashing men and pedestalizing women, then these will be the orders of the day. Ergo these individual political philosophies can’t be expected to be the natural vehicles to drive this kind of social change. It is more realistic to expect external forces to have to reshape the cultural values that right and left wing political forces speak to. Politicians under any banner will not oppose feminist dogma; the current cultural norms still make it career suicide.

      Because of all this, friction in our movement over partisan politics is really just embarrassing. People attempting to force a larger goal into a smaller box for the purposes of driving partisan cheerleading and not caring about the friction it causes are really just a cancer because they can’t see the bigger picture. In effect, they value their political ideology more than they do the concept of men’s human rights.

      • Suzanne McCarley

        Men’s human rights ARE bigger than politics but there will always be political factions in the men’s movement – men are less prone to herd mentality than women.

        There will never be a men’s version of Patriarchy Theory, some questionable ideology to which everyone adheres without question. The only “theory” that most Red Pill men have in common, is the *proven* theory that all of society benefits when men’s human and civil rights are not suppressed. There are plenty of niches under that umbrella.

  • Bombay

    Gone with the Bitch –

    “There was a land of Cavaliers and Cotton Fields called Old South. Here in this pretty world Gallantry took its last bow. Here was the last ever to be seen of Knights and their Ladies Fair, of Master and of Slave . . . Look for it only in books for it is no more than a dream remembered. A Civilization gone with the bitch…..

  • MrShadowfax42

    Wife of Pi In which Pi wishes he’d stayed on the boat (publicity poster )
    Reservoir Hogs – new documentary about feminist conventions
    A Few Good Men – documentary about how feminists see the entire male population
    The Matrix – “Are you listening to me? Or are you looking a the girl in the blue dress?”
    Casino Maritale – In which 007 gets married.
    Sherlock Holmes(and Watson):A Game of Shadows
    Dr Rebecca Watson meets her nemesis (trailer )
    Gangster Squad – dramatisation of the infamous Warren Farrel/UOT incident.
    Skyfall – in which 007 gets divorced.
    Quantum of Solace – in which 007 loses everything but does get custody of the goldfish.

  • JFinn

    I can’t stop laughing at the titles and taglines…

  • Kimski

    You guys are killing me here.
    😀 😀 😀

    I would actually like to see some of those movies. Especially Saving Ryan’s Privates and Gone With The Bitch sounds interesting.

  • vklaatu

    Booty and the Bust:
    The Beast goes to jail after Beauty accuses him of rape just because he made her nervous.

    Basic Instinct:
    Woman gets away with murder by being a slut.
    Oh wait, that’s the actual plot…

    Tart of Darkness:
    Madonna goes to Africa, pays enough cash to feed the whole country, for just one child.

    Pulp Friction
    The inside story of the romance novel industry.

    Wuthering Tights
    Girl dates bad boy and wonders why she get treated badly.

  • greg

    Last Two;

    The Hustler

    Documentary on Joe Biden.

    Man With the Golden Gun

    Documentary of Joe Biden, While He’s Playing with your Ass……

    • greg

      Last One. I promise.

      Sky fall

      When S 47 Passes, Despite Teri Stoddards, and My Best Efforts.

  • Turbo

    Ha, some really funny stuff here guys. :-) :-)

  • Kyonko802

    Eat, Pray, Love
    “A heartwarming tale of a woman abandoning everything and going overseas to get fat and meet a handsome man who’s better than her husband.”

    Oh wait, that was an actual movie?


  • InpectorLohmann

    Texas Chainsaw 3D

    A bunch of evil male yokels kill a family of sociopathic cannibals, but one of them is a girl, so that’s wrong. Years later, that girl meets up with her human skin wearing cousin (who represents her own righteous rage) and viciously murders the evil, oppressive male yokels. And because she’s a girl, the law lets her get away with it in the end.

    I’m not fucking kidding.

  • August Løvenskiolds

    Thelma & Louise II – The Revenge of the Electric Bugaloo:

    Scene one opens: We see Thelma & Louise’s laughing faces as their car plummets into the abyss. Suddenly, two vagina-shapes parachutes blossom behind them and they float away from the doomed car…just past the edge of an active volcano (Mount Patriarchy) and into a working wind farm. They barely dodge dozens of whirling blades that shear away their heavy leg, underarm and pubic hair.

    Finally, they land safely but are magically transformed into Katy Perry and Taylor Swift. They raise their middle fingers in unison and scream, “Fuck you, feminists!”

  • Stephen O’Brian

    SUPERSIZE ME: A widescreen documentary following Jessica Valenti

    JAWS: Starring Amanda Marcotte

    MEAN GIRLS: Hanna Rosin and female friends up close

    HOW TO LOSE A GUY IN 10 DAYS : Kay Hymowitz stars in this lowbrow horror

    SEX AND THE SHITTY: 5 women from Manhattan open their mouths, and other body parts

    YOU’VE GOT (No) MALE : Maureen Down stars with this epic solo performance

    DUMB AND DUMBER : A documentary about the first and second waves of feminism

    JOAN OF SNARK: Joan Rivers discusses face lifts and men

    KILL WILLY: Sharon Osbourne cuts a blood-lusting figure in this film noire

    SNATCH : Sandra Fluke’s guide to contraception

  • Booyah

    Fun with Dick and Jane.

    Dick although a noble man is shot in the opening scene by Jane as he must be an expression of toxic male sexuality with a name like that. Jane empowers herself through a feminist group to realise that the murder she committed was the fault of the patriarchy and how society disgracefully labels her as a psychopath. Jane is rewarded in her quest to better herself with the pandering devotion of a mangina she fondly refers to as Tarzan, not for his strong and noble masculinity but for his likely inability to beat a half tamed ape in a game of checkers. Jane’s fails to see that this pandering buffoon has completely failed to develop into a fully developed human being, ironically due to a need for womens sexual approval. This overwhelms his own self worth and self determination turning him into a pandering sycophant and is a delicious irony that completely eludes Jane throughout most of the movie and is a source of many jokes throughout this delightful romcom that jokingly points out many truths that our society is not ready to face as non comedy.

    Finally coming to realise that “Tarzan” is essentially a supplicating parrot, Jane kicks him out of his home and judges all men upon him. She then joins radfem hub for some delightful talks about clunky male brains and crocheting cat clothes in a heartwarming and uplifting display of the compassion and empathy that women are so known for and the basis of them being beyond critique.

    Rating 4 out of 5 cats.

  • Booyah

    The Matriarchix.

    Agent Smith herds goats due to the fact that an electronic calculator hasnt been developed yet let alone a virtual reality as of course these both require the abusive concept of logic. The main character Trinity guides Neo through his delusions that there must be more to life than goat milk as he foolishly wonders if the utopia around him can be reality. Heroine Trinity strips his delusions about the values of cows before anything as silly as patriarchal conflict can ensue with Agent Smith over the alternative realities.

    This uplifting insight into the foolishness of man rates 3 out of 5 cats.

  • Kimski

    Battlefield: -The navy uses an alien attack from outer space to lure more young men into the army, in a world of conspiracy where terrorism has lost it’s edge.

    World Invasion: Battle Los Angeles: -Here we see another alien attack used as an attempt to lure more young men to enlist, this time to fight oil wars in the desert.

    Lord of the Rings: -A band of brothers embarks on a hazardous journey to meet an african warlord, in an attempt to buy blood diamonds for nine, very special wedding rings.

    The Amazing Hulk: -The life and death of Andrea Dworkin.

    The World According to Garp: -A nurse rapes a disabled soldier, and we follow the tragic outcome of her son’s upbringing in feminist surroundings.
    Oh, wait..another one that got too close to the actual plot.

  • Booyah

    4 Weddings and 4 funerals. – A compelling documentary on how to be a more successful gold digger.

    Beverly Hills Crop – A guide to harvesting the richer domesticated beasts called men in Hollywood.

    Final Fantasy – Following the SCUM manifesto women wipe out the male gender and then ask “where have all the good men gone?”

    Casper the Friendly Ghost. – Documentary showing how killing men makes them friendlier than castrating them and therefore must be a good idea. This film was made following calls that the femthiest divine documentary simply didnt go far enough.

    The Great Escape – Male college student successfully graduates college without being imprisoned by feminists on a false accusation or being lynched for having his own opinion and mind. Aim of this movie is to close these loopholes through public education of the incident.

    Star Trek Insurrection. – Klingons sit around drinking blood wine and laughing while the Human led federation destroys itself from within.

    • August Løvenskiolds

      “Soul Ma’am”

      (Soul Man meets Tootsie) –

      A white male STEM college student (played by Dashiell Howell, son of C. Thomas Howell) cross-dresses in blackface to avoid false rape allegations and gain access to coveted feminist scholarship money. Rae Dawn Chong plays Dean Banks, who busts and then murders him, claiming he was a pedophile.

      • Booyah

        Another great suggestion August. If these movies were real on this thread I think I could blow a lifetime of movie budget right here.

  • Kimski

    Predator: -A How-to guide for female rapists and gold diggers.

    Rocky: -A boxer is forced to re-enter the ring to be consistently beaten to a bloody pulp, in order for his wife to live a life of plenty.

    King Kong: -A supersized male gorilla is lured to it’s death by a female tease.

    Cujo: -A woman wakes up to the fact that feminist ’empowerment’ is useless, when you’re trapped in a car by a huge rabid dog.

    The Day The Earth Stood Still: -A feminist wife discovers her mangina husband is capable of saying no.

    The War of the Worlds: -The population on Mars is attacked by Venusian intruders, but are saved by a virus called ‘The Patriarchy’.

    Apollo 13: -A crew of female astronauts forgets their tampons on a space mission to the moon.
    Tagline: “Houston, we have a problem”.

    Independence Day: -The forces of feminism meets the underground movement of the MHRM in an epic battle on the plains of Armageddon.

    Catwoman: -A contemporary look at the average radical feminist’s life above the alleged glass ceiling of corporate business.

  • Legion

    I have no idea what this is even about.

  • Phil in Utah

    Consume, Supplicate, Seduce A brilliant 40-something man who is also a successful writer is having an affair. The guilt of his doing so pushes him to the point where he breaks down crying in the shower one day. He gets divorced, getting a healthy alimony check from his conniving harpy of an ex-wife and uses it to travel the world to get his life back into balance. This he does by stuffing his face in Italy, chilling with gurus in India, and marrying a 19-year-old Brazilian girl in Bali. Best RomCom ever!

    • August Løvenskiolds

      “Drink, Bray, Shove”

      A freshly divorced 20-something Feminist Woman Studies professor (Played by Olivia Cockburn Wilde) becomes the sponsor of a college frat so she can document the misogyny of young men for her next rape culture polemic. But the young men in her frat, Ioughta Phelta Thi at the University of Toronto, have been so marginalized that they are the ones being sexually attacked by vicious sorority girls who outnumber the guys 3 to 1.

      To her surprise, the professor falls in love with the stoic and virginal frat president, spikes his drink to undermine his defenses, and they have a hot night of wild donkey sex. Charged with a number of crimes caught on video, the professor bats her eyes at the judge and gets off scot-free. The frat president kills himself; the co-eds laugh with glee.

  • Robert Sides

    Keep ’em comin’ folks!

    You’re forcing me to stand up to type now since I keep laughing my ass off.

    I also suggest you put your choice of the top ten film “entries” on this page into an email. Then add a few lines of intro and end by suggesting the reader visit this page (which will bring them to the website in general). Finally, send copies to mass media, reporters, even male friends who think the MRM is humorless.

    You never know which recipient will join us and/or do a story on the movement.

    In any case, thanks for your additions. I REALLY enjoy checking-in to this page from time to time. Great exercise for “laughin’ muscles.”

  • malcolm

    Psycho – A documentary about the life and times of Andrea Dworkin.

    How to Lose a Man in 10 Days – An exmaination of what happens when a feminist attempts to date a man with self esteem.

    Boys on the Side – A documentary about how the school system in Canada treats the male students.

    Kill Bill – A quirky little chick flick about a woman leaving her marriage using unsubstantiated claims of abuse. A real feminist heart-warmer.

    Letters From Iwo Jima – An uninhabited island in the Pacific provides the backdrop for this haunting movie about a place where men are safe from false accusations of rape.

    The Longest Yard – Trapped between his shouting wife who is wielding a frying pan and the door, the protagonist must succesfully navigate the three feet to his freedom. One wrong move and it’s jail for him.

  • Kristina Hansen

    I am loving them all. I needed a good laugh 😀 And Dr.T is on a roll.

    Keep ’em coming everyone.

  • Aimee McGee

    Ok, whose put something in the sammichs?

  • greg

    War of the Roses- Gloria Steinem and Amanda Marcotte have a disagreement. They soon kiss and make up. Tearjerker about the healing power of forgiveness.

    Of Wine and Roses- Little Tommy seduces coed with one bottle of wine, a dozen roses and some smooth words. Spends the next 45 yrs in jail on a false rape claim. His cellmate changes his name to “Little Girl”. But it ends well because Sharon Osbourne talks about on “The View”, and everyone has a good laugh.

    Deepthroat- it’s not actually a movie, but someone records a lecture by Amanda Marcotte and posts it to Youtube.

    The 40 Year Old Virgin- Based on real events. A mother needs to provide a Fathers name so she can collect State Aid. She pulls a name out of the phone book, and our Virgin is whacked for child support for 18 years, and then ordered to pay for College and Law School.

  • Robert St. Estephe

    To any hard core film buffs out there, who care about parental alienation and malicious child-father access denial :

    Do yourself a favor and get your hands on a copy of the 1935 Wallace Beery movie “O’Shaughnessy’s Boy,” and write up an article on it for AVFM. You will be amazed at what you see.

    You will find my synopsis in this post “The Unknown History of Fatherhood”

    Also take a look at “The Singing Fool” in this post while you’re at it (this film has been but on commercial DVD).

  • InpectorLohmann

    I think that the 1933 version of The Testament Of Dr. Mabuse deserves an honorable mention for explaining Feminist political tactics so well in this scene

  • JGteMolder

    Sucker Punch: A film about the empowerment of women by having the main character willingly have herself lobotomized as her fantasy says: “free from responsibility, free from guilt”, oh, it’s also to get the head orderly arrested who faked the lobotomy order of the female head psychiatrist… who stands outside the door waiting for the lobotomist to finish the job despite the fact she didn’t sign the order, and even then didn’t notice anything was amiss until the lobotomist a man noticed the main character’s peace and desire for the lobotomy in her eyes – apparently the orderly has gotten away with doing this several times over; proving the female doctor running the entire hospital completely missed several unauthorized lobotomies to boot and that the main characters self-sacrificial plan is that of an idiot, because it would have completely failed if it wasn’t for an extremely observant male lobotomist.

    The Thelma for most female-empowering movie has got to go to this movie.

    No, that wasn’t actually a parody, that’s the actual movie.

  • potrzebie

    Actually, some of the biggest movie-makers in Hollywood are AGAINST feminism – such as Martin Scorsese and Christopher Nolan. For example, see parts 2 and 6 of the ‘Taxi Driver’ analysis and parts 4 and 7 of the ‘Inception’ analysis on this blog: