While the latest X-Men movie, “Days of Future Past” looks really good, I refuse to see it in theater ’cause I don’t feel comfortable putting my money toward a director who might be a pedophile. As you all know Bryan Singer is the latest celebrity who is being accused of child abuse. He might be a child molester and I refuse to support him at this time.
I was gonna see it in theater but after the big news story of Bryan Singer’s child molester allegations, I don’t think it’s a good idea to support him right now.
That’s why I have decided that I am gonna see Disney’s “Maleficient” instead next week. I’ll still check out “Days of Future Past” though but I might wait for DVD rental on that one.
It’s amazing to me that so many fans would still go see the new X-Men movie despite Singer’s child abuse allegations.
I’m looking forward to “Maleficient” next week and will review it on video after I see it.
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How snout Roman Polanski? You’ve seen his films.
I never watched his movies too much either. The only film I have seen of his was, “Rosemary’s Baby”. I refuse to support pedophiles.
Anyway it’s real sad and disappointing that Singer had to come to this. I used to love Singer’s past movies.
They’re allegations from decades ago and there’s already a ton of doubt surrounding the accusers credibility. What about Jimmy Page? He was known to have had a relationship with our 14 year old.
In that initial filing, Egan accused Singer and others of sexual abuse in Hawaii in August and October of 1999. However, in a sworn deposition dated 2003, related to a similar earlier case, Egan said that he’d never been to Hawaii, or even outside of the continental United States. Singer’s representation provided evidence that Singer had not been to Hawaii in 1999, either. As such, they allege that Egan no longer has a case with merit.
I wish you idiots would stop bringing up the Jimmy Page and Lori Maddox thing. Those relationship claims came from a guy name Richard Cole who wrote a book about it. Most of the guys in the band have said that book was a bunch of bullshit and Richard Cole is a guy who does nothing but make a lot of money by making the band look bad over the years. You actually buy into his garbage? This claim came from a book now. Jimmy Page kidnapping Lori Maddox is probably false.
You’re missing out, the movie was awesome.
Renting the DVD, watching on TV, etc. all will end up benefiting him in some manner. If your stance is to avoid supporting him I say go all the way.
However I know that Michael Jackson was accused enough of doing bad things that it is reasonable to believe that SOMETHING happened. Yet I still listened to one of his albums this weekend. Sure I owned it already but I still listened to it.
Degrees of supporting, etc. We all find our line and then meander over it.