I heart Will Smith, and I loved the movie Hitch. It’s sweet and not too wise, even if a bit overly innuendo-ridden. In particular I love that the main character has made a career out of helping other men in their pursuit of women who seem to be suitable matches for themselves even if, at first blush, these women seem in a different league. There is a message of good men enhancing good women, and that’s a good message.
Apparently, this is only legit in the movies, because if you put your ass out there and want to help real men, you’re labeled a violent misogynist and the company through which you’re raising money for your project will hang you out to dry and invite others to do the same by tossing a few labels out there without explanation, example, etc.
Now, it the interest of editorial honesty here, I haven’t watched anything other than this clip that the guy offers up as the purpose for his Kickstarter campaign:
Seems decent enough. So, unless brah has a clown mask, rope, and a hatchet in the trunk of his car, and I’ve missed his how-to on rape and murder, how is his message violent? Really?