They’re Here for Your Children…

We’ve addressed what the word, modern, means to the social justice Progressive warriors that dominate our creative film and television industries.

So, which one of these looks like your kids’ teacher?

They want to be in every nook and cranny of your life, working their ideology into the fabric of your thinking, feeling, and approach to life.

And, just like the Germans and Russians before them, they want your kids, because, as they have proven with the American public education system if they get the kids, they get the future.

From the actors at the premiere of the new animated version of The Addams Family:

Of the family’s 80-year staying power, Theron told The Hollywood Reporter at the Los Angeles premiere Sunday:

“I think there’s something inspiring about a family that is so different and they don’t just think it’s OK, they think it’s great that they’re that different. We should all aspire to that.”

Uh-huh. Well, they’re dead, so I guess that’s a new category of discrimination for the SJWs.

I don’t want to get in the way of the content though, so here’s the trailer:

Oh yeah. There’s definitely some SJW opportunities here.

Plus, I guess they’re doing the animation jobs, the Americans won’t do.

It’s Tough Being This “Brave” in a World Applauding You

More from the mouths of people who repeat lines written for them by others but appear not to have an original thought of their own in their empty noggins:

The new take follows the Addams family as they move to modern New Jersey and face off against a prying reality TV host.

Oscar Isaac, Chloe Grace Moretz, Finn Wolfhard, Bette Midler, Nick Kroll, Elsie Fisher, Snoop Dogg and Allison Janney also voice roles in the film, with Fisher noting how “the new incarnation, as almost all Addams Family incarnations, do, tackles modern issues, and I think our film really talks about the good and the bad part of social media, the horrors of mob mentality and how ostracized people can be attacked.”

Remember Christina Ricci when she was a kid?

None of the voice “talents” in this animated version of The Addams Family has any idea what they’re talking about.

Well, maybe Snoop Dogg does, but he’s about it.

My Kid Ran Away When He Saw This Trailer

I have steadfastly refused to comment on this animated piece because of two reasons:

I wish Kroll would close his mouth. And Snoop looks like he rather be anywhere else than at this premier party…
  1. No one was crying out for this to be turned into animated IP…


2. No one was asking for Oscar Isaac, Chloe Grace Moretz, Finn Wolfhard, Better Midler, Nick Kroll, Elsie Fisher, Snoop Dogg and Allison Janney’s opinions about anything.

By the way, when my two-year-old, who is the audience for this piece of garbage, saw about 30 seconds of the initial trailer, he looked up at me and gave the best trailer analysis possible in the history of animated film:

“This is yucky, Daddy.”

And then he ran away.

The Addams Family, a modern interpretation about immigration, social justice and all of the modern bugaboos that Progressives have wrapped in an animated wrapper, premiers Friday, October 11, 2019.