A leftist painstakingly removed all the men from the World War II-based film Saving Private Ryan and posted it to Twitter. Glamour magazine thought what the "Internet Hero" did was just “hilarious,” NME called it “very peaceful,” and The Wrap found it “pretty artsy.”
Here’s @LoganJames, the so-called man behind the edit:
He cut a nearly three-hour movie about the heroism of soldiers who bravely stormed the beaches of Normandy on D-Day down to just 2:20 by removing every shot that featured a man. He did so as a counter response to a men’s rights activist (MRA) who recently posted his “de-feminized fan edit” of Star Wars: The Last Jedi sans all female characters to erase what he called “Girlz Powah and other silly stuff.” Here is James’ response on Twitter:
But James made a glaring mistake. Unbeknownst to him, he didn’t edit out every man from the film. In fact, he showed them, buried in their graves marked with white crosses; reminders that those brave men died for the future freedom of Twitter idiots to make fools of themselves.
James and Glamour were railed on Twitter for this nonsense:
James also made a man-free cut of Shawshank Redemption which came to be only 1:30 long but no one can figure out what point he was trying to make here. His mother must be so proud: