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Tuesday, December 31, 2013

Tweet Scoop: Fil-Am Reacts to Racism on Girl, Boy, Bakla, Tomboy Movie

Image courtesy of Twitter: reeses_puffs

171 comments:

  1. Tapos napakabalat-sibuyas natin pag may racial slurs against Pinoys sa mga movies and tv shows abroad? Admit it, ang daming Pinoy na ipokrito.

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    1. You have tendency of a racist dear..

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    2. I find your statement hilarious, anon 12:17. It reeks of ignorance, and it's not just due to your bad grammar.

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    3. Panong naging racist? E Meron tayong mga ganyan dito ung mga aetas. Ano ba kasi ang naging dialogue sa scene na Ito?!

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    4. Nakakahiya yan pag ilabas sa ibang bansa.

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    5. if you portray a white person do you paint yourself white? think about it.

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    6. kaloka racist slur naman talaga yung ginawa sa blackface.

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  2. She interpret just like RACIST she is.. The girl is the true racist. TBH

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    1. Ay, sige i-push mo ang ganyang paniniwala. Truth is, blackface was done in the past sa America but now it's frowned upon as racist. Gets mo?

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    2. The fact na pag tiningnan mo yang face ni Kiray and naisip mong racist coz its black.. Can you think it again??? Sa sarili mo iniisip mo na pag black is racist na??

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    3. i have 2 agree with you @12:13

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    4. Anon 12:20. Punta ka sa Wikipedia at iresearch mo ang history ng blackface para naman may matutunan ka before the year ends. A lot of society's ills are due to ignorance.

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    5. HI! I SAW THE FULL TWIT! SHE'S HALF PINOY - HALF AFRICAN AMERICAN, why she reated this way because the GBBT will be shown abroad Via TFC.

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    6. She lives in US and thus aware of racist slurs. Look up blackface, then tell us again here in FP why the twitter Reese deemed it as racist.

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    7. why gave attention to this racist girl?

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    8. You are the one who is ignorant. Educate yourself.

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    9. But I don't think Kiray portrays an African American. Aeta siya Pinoy din ang aeta. So hindi ito racist. Porket blackface African American agad?

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    10. i guess ang labanan na lang dito eh yung culture, iba meaning ng black sakanila sa meaning ng black satin kaya ganyan sya makareact.

      anyway pwede naman nya hindi panoorin kung tingin nya racist, o try nya panoorin para malaman nya kung racist talaga yung film

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  3. Hey b*tch napanood mo ba at naintindihan yung movie? Malamng hindi kaya STFU

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    1. Walang justification amg blackface. Please educate yourself on PC.

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    2. Ano naman kung meron may blackface dun sa movie? Racist agad? Ibig sabihin pag may pinalabas sa tv na mga aetas racism na agad yun?

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    3. ANON 12:24 am, bukod sa hindi mo na nga alam ang blackface, ginawa mo pang engot ang mga tao by making them think that aetas color their skin to look dark (when in fact, they are dark skinned). Baka you were thinking of ati-atihan, which is a festival, not a race.

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    4. Anon 12:24. My gosh, hindi masamang magresearch muna. Read on the history of blackface, and try to place yourself in the shoes of modern day Black Americans, then try to imagine how they would feel if they were to see this.

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    5. makareact naman tong si anon 12:13 FANTARD ALERT

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    6. dios ko ang aarte nyo, sa america ngayon, black americans ay ang mga racist, mas maingat pa ang ibang lahi.

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    7. Yeah Right! Meron sila problem sa BlackFace sa AMERICA(and other parts of europe) dahil sa slavering ginawa nila against black, hindi dito or any other ASIAN countries. Stop shoving your beliefs in others. Kung ipagpipilitan nila yan pwes ipagpipilitan rin natin ang atin!

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  4. Hala ka Wenn Deramas!!! hahaha

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  5. There are far too many movies there who give racist remarks and they decide run after GBBT. Parabg big deal sa kanila pag nag joke ang asians sa black people. And please understand the essence of comedy. KJ si teh.

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    1. Uh-huh. And Teri Hatcher's line on Desperate Housewives about Pinoy medical graduates was supposed to be a joke, and yet every Pinoy and his/her mom got all their undies in a bunch over it. Get over yourself.

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    2. Porke joke, kelangan okay lang kahit may racist undertones? Like what 12:17 am said, yung joke ni Teri Hatcher, it was supposed to be funny pero nagalit kayo diba? Kasi racist. Hindi porke comedy kuno, okay lang na racist.

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    3. I dont think this film means a lot on hating. If its true, meaning to say the convos and how vice delivered the lines on BAKLA and TOMBOY thing are all about racism. Ofcourse not! This is not just about kiray wearing black make up and no comparison with black face peeps at all.. Chill ate, definitely americans wont get butt hurt on this movie since the history of black face is in its own word.. history.

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    4. blackface is racist and offensive.

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    5. The thing is, it's not about Kiray's blackface on Girl Boy Bakla Tomboy, sa mga nakapanood na (include me) sa isang scene doon, may cnabi c Vice tungkol kay kiray, tungkol sa KULAY nia and cnabi nia na kahit ano man ang kulay ni Kiray ay mahal nia ito at maganda c Kiray, sabi ni Vice sa GBBT, kaya don't judge the movie by its trailer, watch the whole movie, after u watch, u can judge the movie.. Just chill lang Ate ah ! Masyado ka ksing sensitive eh..

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  6. Ang daming Pinoy na hindi familiar sa term na "blackface" kaya siguro hindi nila magi-gets yung pinanggagalingan ni ate. Kung okay lang sa inyo yung ganyang type ng humor, wag kayong mag-inarte the next time na may racist slur against Filipinos ha, kasi hypocrite ang tawag sa inyo pag ganun.

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    1. Check na check.

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    2. Pinoy lang ba? Lahat ng bansa maliban sa mga bansang connected sa black slavery ay walang alam...at pakialam

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    3. check na check. pak na pak.

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  7. ang problema kasi sa tin mga pinoy pag ang dayuhan iniinsulto tayo, masyado tayong sensitive at racist agad....pero tayo din naman minsan nanglalait din!

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    1. Filipinos are big racist here in the states... Lakas kaya nating manlait ng ibang lahi, ipokrito ang magsabing hindi... Pero sa kabila ng pagiging racist natin, sobrang sensitive naman natin pag tayo ang nilalait...

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  8. Ipakita natin sa buong mundo na ang Pinoy eh hindi pwedeng maliitin at laiitin ng racists--pero at the same time eh mahilig tayo sa racist type of humor. Ipamalas sa mundo ang double standard ng Pinoy!!

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  9. I think people should reserve judgement until they have actually seen the film. Sa opinion ko base sa napanood ko I don't find it racist mas racist yung sa mtv tv show na deliberate naglagay ng nutella sa face. Intindihin din kasi ang context ng character gaya ni robert downey para sa tropic thunder...

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    1. Tropic Thunder is a satire. An intelligently made one at that. It's target audience will get the joke, and view the blackface element to be a mockery of blackface. GBBT is trash, and it's target audience will think blackface per se is okay.

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    2. At bakit pa kami dadagdag sa revenue ng basurang yan? No thanks. Basta Vice Chaka material, basura.

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    3. Seryoso intelligent para sayo ang Tropic Thunder? hahah

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    4. Galit sa racist pero makahusga sa pagkatao ng iba yung ilan dito eh wagas din.

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    5. Anon 1:27. Yes, it is. Not a lot of people, that includes you, get its humor. It's satire masquerading as your run-of-the-mill Ben Stiller comedy.

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    6. I'm not saying it's a bad movie or it's not funny but intelligently crafted satire is more fitting with Coen brothers or Woody Allen body of works. Funny yes smart? I've seen better.

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    7. Wow makajudge yung isa jan wag kasi gamitin ang wod na intelligent sparingly. Anyone will get the humor of hollywood jungle war satire but it's far from a work of a genius. Iba kasi makakontra lang.

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    8. Paimpress kasi itong anon 12:55 na ito e. Pagbigyan na.

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  10. Why don't you call yourself the racist, ateng? Mega violent reaction agad, di pa nga napapanuod ung movie. There's a lesson behind the black girl, fyi.

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    1. Andun po sa trailer mismo..sinabi ni vice na "wla kang alam sa traffic kase ang alam mo lang smoke belching" which I believe it refers to kiray's skin being black..don't u find that racist, 12:29?..

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    2. Just because there is a lesson you could get away by doing the "black face"? B**ch please, educate yourself first.

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    3. sa atin mga pilipino minsan wagas mamula sa kulay ng tao pero pag nasa abroad talagang sensitive ang issue about race at color kahit sa age at weight di dapat i joke kasi baka nga offensive sa iba kaya dapat ingat sa pag comment

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  11. Anything that is Vice Ganda material is sh*t material

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    1. Check check and check!

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    2. Well,. hit na hit ang mga Vice Ganda movies dito sa States.Pinipilahan talaga!!!

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    3. agree with you, i saw a couple of wen deramas' movies onewas petrangkabayo, needless to say di ko tinapos,very irritating, the other one was tanging ina, i forgot if i like it or hate it

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  12. Brace yourselves, GBBT JEJE-defenders are coming.

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  13. The thing is, the ordinary, average Pinoy most likely doesn't have any idea what exactly blackface is and it's connotations. So mangyayari at nangyayari ang ganyan sa mga pelikula at TV show. I honestly didn't know doing blackface was racist until I saw the outrage that it gets online from people in the US and other places. What more yung average Pinoys who don't go the websites I go to and aren't exposed to such things? It may not have been purposefully done to offend, but the "ignorance" excuse can only last for how long. It's time to educate.

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    1. Agree. Educate yourselves, you people who think blackface is okay.

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    2. daming educated haha! but definitely the movie hits much! I was about to watch this movie kaso sold out ang tickets :((

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    3. ako nga nandito sa US for more than 10 years na hindi ko alam ang ibig sabihin ng blackface! wala akong pake. sa mga pinoy lang ako nakikihalubilo dito.

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    4. Ignorance is not an excuse.

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    5. Then pity you 12:13. It only shows that some people are socially irrelevant and insensitive.

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  14. I also thought na wala ngang relevance yung character ni kiray dun. Sobrang corny pa nung movie. Well it is given naman na corny ang movie if directed by W. D.

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  15. There is absolutely nothing wrong with this picture. That's just pinoy humor, and that is part of our culture AND charm. The ability to laugh at everything, including the way we look, is what makes pinoys so unique and special. FYI girl, not every black joke is a slur against african americans. Hinde lang sila ang maiitim sa mundo!

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    1. Everything is wrong with this picture. Bulag-bulagan lang ang peg?

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    2. That's what makes you ignorant, anonymous 12:40 AM
      Magresearch ka tungkol sa "blackface".
      I-charm mo mukha mo.

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    3. Ultimate facepalm. I'll screen cap your post ha and post this on twitter and I'll tag my US friends about this. Lmao. Your reasoning is beyond saving.

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    4. WTH? Seriously 1240? This is ignorance to the highest level!

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    5. I just wish you are not anonymous right now se we could educate you.

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    6. Sorry December 31, 2013 at 1:01 AM and December 31, 2013 at 1:13 AM, December 31, 2013 at 1:40 AM Asians are diff from americans, we cannot educate people in a glimpse about the history you are pertaining to, asians are more aware of asian culture. Kaya I dont think the american word "ignorance" applied to us, unless u guys work, study, raise there are butt hurt and doesnt want to be called by americans-- ignorant since you guys are embracing their culture, not in our territory. The movie is made in PH, for pinoys. and thankful for those americans who appreciated the movie instead. Those pinoys attacking pinoys as well, oh well, pagtatawanan lang kau ng mga kano sa pagiging super talino nyo haha!

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    7. anon 1240? is that your consciencesayin that? think again you idolized Vice that much to be blided enough with stupidity and read a book will you WTF

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    8. When it comes to color napaka sensitive talaga ng mga black people feeling nila lagi ay racist remark i am not familiar with the blackface pero siguro sa kanila its offensive

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    9. Take the paella out of paella negra and it is the most horrendously offensive word. Likewise, take kiray's face out of context and you may as well damn 1240 to hell. But if you take it within context, it's mere pinoy humor. Nothing offensive to the minds of the common filipino. And i'm sure that's not the only thing that's "culturally offensive" in that film, if you take everything OUT of context.

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    10. "FYI girl, not every black joke is a slur against african americans. Hinde lang sila ang maiitim sa mundo!"

      So your point is?

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  16. What can we expect from Vice e his comedy style is to insult and make fun of the people around him. If you're going to ask me to watch the movie to understand then please don't bother. GBBT including more than half ng roster ng mga pelikula ng MMFF are nothing but rubbish. Just sayin'.

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  17. As a pinoy, a black face for me is a taong grasa, most certainly not a diss against african americans. They are far from my reality. So don't you dare call me or my people ignorant, just because you don't get pinoy humor. And while we're at it, hey filams, stop calling the philippines "the P.I." kasi para samin, mura ang P.I., stop being so ignorant too!

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    1. Ano ka ba nameenn 1248. It's not the PI, the mura, that you know. C'mon. Bangon Pilipinas, bangon!

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    2. Another stupid comment from a butthurt person. You demand respect for your own culture yet you cannot respect others? What do you call yourself - a HYPOCRITE. Educate yourself first on discrimination and black face, then let's discuss how wrong you are.

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    3. 12:48, most "taong grasa" certainly suffer some form of mental illness and they are also homeless. I think it's just cruel and backwards for you, and for anyone else who finds this shit funny, to laugh at these very marginalized individuals. The unfortunate objects of our "Pinoy humor" indicates just how third world we are and i think it's time to change that.

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    4. 12:48 hindi din naman siguro tamang pagtawanan ang taong grasa di ba kahit iyon ang intindi mo? :)

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    5. Fil-Ams call the Philippines P.I. as in the "Philippine Islands". Get it? -JEBP

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    6. @1:09, exactly his/her point, i think! Take things out of context and they ate damning. Take em within context and there's really nothing to it.

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    7. You are ignorant of the history of blackface.

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  18. Seriously yan din ang problema ko sa Girl, Boy, Bakla, Tomboy... Hindi talaga maganda kahit anuman ang context doon. Okay sige sabihin nating di niyo alam yung racism pero grabe kiray's character was an insult to the cultural minorities. Yung air polution, ash tray jokes, pati low IQ yung character, Wenn Deramas should have done better than that or should have stayed out of that black person joke. #justmytwocents

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    1. It is a garbage movie.

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    2. Kuha mo teh its an insult to the cultural minorities ng Pilipinas. But the movie is not an insult sa mga African Americans na prinoprotektahan ng Filam poster

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    3. Bottom line insult pa rin yun. Yung mga ganitong klaseng joke eh dapat matagal nang binaon. With all issues on racism, gender equality, and political correctness dapat wala ng mga ganito kababaw na mga patawa. An insult is an insult kesyo African-American or Cultural minorities ng Pilipinas. There are lines that should not be crossed ever again.

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  19. Hay, kaya hindi umuunlad ang Pilipinas dahil mahilig tayo sa mga ganyang type ng humor. Remember nung judge yung former US ambassador sa BB Pilipinas, nagtawanan yung mga tao kasi egoy sya? Ganyan ang mga Pinoy, racist PERO umaalma kapag sila naman ang inaatake ng racists.

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    1. this country is hopelessly ignorant.

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  20. Merong line si vice sa movie na kinompare nya sa smoke belching ang skin color ni kiray. ano ang gustong ipahiwatig ni vice dun? TO GET A BIG LAUGH FROM AN AUDIENCE. Gustong gawing katawa tawa ang skin color. Try mo vice sabihin yan sa ibang bansa. ewan ko lang sayo kung ilang batikos aabutin mo.

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  21. dito sa US, very sensitive naman talaga ang mga tao when we talk about skin color. She's right naman in her own way. Pray nalang na walang ma-ooffend kapag naipalabas iyan dito. mahirap na, ang bilis gumawa ng hate propraganda sa social media.

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  22. BACK IN THE 80's - 90's - even in the early 2000's movies have class and looked up by foreign viewers but now the movie industry moving backwards making film that totally nonsense

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    1. hindi naman lahat. may mga basurang pelikula kahit ano'ng era.

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  23. Other than that, this movie won "Gender Sensitivity" award? Seriously? Depicting gays as snatchers, na parang walang pinag-aralan? That gays act effeminate, and lesbians at butch only? Here we are again at stereotyping the LGBT community.

    Shame on this movie. Shame on people defending that the humor presented by this movie is ok. REALLY SHAME ON YOU.

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    1. shame on you too hun, dont embrace too much american culture. you are still an asian. :)

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    2. You are so right, Anon. 3:22. Let's just be backwards, ignorant, and let us reject whatever liberal ideas the US is introducing to us.

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    3. 3:22 you dont even make any sense at all. Anung konek nyan sa sinabi ni 1:44? You sound like a fantard. And for that.. SHAME ON YOU :)

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    4. @3:22 di ko makonek reply mo....

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    5. I agree. Too shameful and ignorant.

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    6. So being LGBT is purely "American culture"? Labo mo.

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  24. Vice Ganda is really such a disgrace to lgbt community depicting gays and lesbians a-like being made fun of instead of stepping one step closer to gender equalityhe rathan milk this kind of situation SHAME ON YOU making ragged jokes on people who you think are lesser than you

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    1. he/she is disgusting.

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    2. EXACTLY. Akala nya boses sya ng LGBT when actually he is pulling the society backwards.

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    3. Agree. Kelan pa ba naging nakakatawa si Vice ng hindi ng lalait ng kapwa? Kahit na comedian siya, ang dami daming comedian na nakakatawa without being hurtful. Diyan siya umangat, by putting others down.

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  25. hindi naiintindihan ng mga tao yug sa blackface kaya di sila maka relate lol. Grabe ha may google naman di bawal ng search para di tayo nag mumukhang.... you know

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  26. mga ateng, wait lang kayo pag tapos ang moro moro festival, pwede na kayo manood ng Anchorman 2. dun kayo magalit at magreact ng over over in major major way. will ferrel's character says "Only Olympic sport Filipinos are good at is eating cats and dogs."

    ang mainsulto sa dialog na yan, ipokrito. enjoy na enjoy tayo manglait ng kalahi natin to the point we forget its already mean and below the belt, and yet kapag ibang lahi ang nanlalait sa atin, akala mo aping api.

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  27. grabe naman yng iba dito kung makaalipusta sa ggbt film as if naman hindi nanood,aminin.

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  28. Hay naku, isa pang PAMPAM itong si reese bee, bakit hindi nya confront-in ang writer ng movie? Masyadong MAARTE!

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    1. Ignorante. Fantard. Enough said.

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    2. Educate yourself on the history of blackface. egoggle mo 'day. She is not being "maarte". You are ignorante.

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    3. @5:10, mga ignoranteng katulad mo ang dahilan kung bakit nagta-thrive ang mga walang kwentang movies sa pilipinas.

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    4. Ignorante! Day, kung ako sa'yo research mo muna kung ano ibig sabihin ng blackface tapos balik ka dito FP para di ka nagmumukhang sobrang ignorant fantard. Sorry not sorry but truth hurts.

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  29. Ano kayang mararamdaman nung mga African American na may ganyang itsura sa blackface na sinasabi niyo? Alin ang offensive yung kulay o yung ginagawang pagkutya sa tao dahil sa kulay? Point is, to present a character with such look isn't necessarily racism, it's how they are treated because of their color we should mind.

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    1. Blackface is racist and offensive.

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  30. The point here is if it is really necessary to make kiray a blackface? Kasi pwede namang normal na skin color na lang niya tsaka siya gawing tampulan ng kalokohan sa movie. Kelangan pa bang paitimin siya tapos gamitan ng mga linyang smoke belching etc etc? Obviously, they're making fun of kiray being black. At sa nagsasabing as a pinoy eh taong grasa anh tingin niya sa blackface, well, sa movie hindi naman mukhang taong grasa ang pinoportray ni kiray. One doesn't have to be educated para malaman kung anong mali sa picture. Unless nagbubulag-bulagan kayo dahil sa sobrang pagkafantard niyo.

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    1. Filipinos don't even now that they are being racist. LOL.

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  31. for me dapat di na masyadong nag effort papangitin si kiray. nagmumukhang oa na kasi pati yung movie.

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  32. Ano ba ang ginawa at sinabi ni Kiray? Kung meron man at below the belt ay maniniwala akong racist nga pero kung wala naman there is no reason to think it is. Siguro racist yong taong yon kaya ang bilis niyang mag conclude.

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    1. You are too ignorant to know the history of blackface?

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  33. In a Western country "blackface" is Racist, The movie is just for local filipino community and it wasn't made to insult "African Americans". We don't embrace american culture, In America Filipinos always makes jokes about being "mexican", "maids" or Brown Monkeys.
    "Everyone is A Little Racist"

    African Americans are way to sensitive anyway as if everyone owns them an apology.
    Being Too "Black", Too "White" or Being Too "Asian" is always an issue.
    #FirstWorldProblems

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    1. Uh-Oh! It's going to be shown in theaters in the whole US starting next week.

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    2. Blackface is racist no matter where you show it.

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    3. kaya wag na sanang ipalabas sa ibang bansa. wag nang ikalat ang pagiging ignorante ng mga pinoy.

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  34. Pinoys are racist, that's a fact. Some may not want to admit it, but we are. We are most insensitive in using racial slurs, and yet we easily take offense when we're at the receiving end. Our country is not as diverse as Malaysia (Chinese, Malays and Indians), Singapore or even to most of the world, so we tend to make fun of the unfamiliar. I think media needs to start with educating the audience with racial sensitivity, as this film is definitely a regressive step towards that.

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    1. When I first arrived in the US, I was surprised to find out the terms pinoys used for other races - blue for black americans (blue-ga), kulisap for chinese (insect sounds like intsek), etc...

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    2. I like how you put my mind into words. Love na kita.

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  35. I'm with her on this one. Partly her concern is that it is such crappy Filipino film, that would be shown abroad and us, Filipinos would be identified by that film. One does not have to see the film to say its a crap. It's a crap. Its a humor film eh, much like American Pie.

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  36. sad reality. Kahit anon pang turo ng mga ulirang guro sa paaralan, mas maimpluwensya pa rin ang entertainment industry. Dapat it should start sa mga magulang to educate their children. Then sana yung nasa likod ng entertainment industry, sila na rin ang manguna sa pagpromote ng tamang values. Pag PINOY ang NILAIT, parang in an instant kaya nating bombahin ang China sa galit natin...

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  37. this is surely racist, black face na afro looking pa, if this movie will be shown here in the US, it's a shame to us filipinos for the brutal humor that we have.

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    1. huh? have you seen movies of adam sandler and rob schneider? hindi ba sobrang racist and yet we just laugh it off?

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    2. @12:03, adam sandler has one of the most Razzies. walang kwenta ang humor niya. at hindi porke't ginagawa ng iba, kailangang makisali tayo.

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  38. I didn't watch this movie, but this stupid remark that to make herself famous is...stupid. This is a comedy movie. Have you watched hollywood? It's full of racial jokes. Get over it.

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    1. Basa-basa din pag may time... "Blackface is more than just burnt cork applied as makeup. It is a style of entertainment based on racist Black stereotypes
      that began in minstrel shows and continues today."

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    2. @10:46, so since ginagawa ng iba, it must be okay to do it too? marami namang paghuhugutan ng jokes na hindi ginagamit ang blackface ah.

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  39. sana kasi kaleidoscope world na lang bigyan nila ng sowing sa states.

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  40. totoo namn eh. Blackface sa movies kahit sa cartoons nga eh rcist talaga.. Iedit na lng yang si kiray la din naman kwenta role nya sa movi.

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  41. Naaaliw ako sa mga bulag-bulagang fantards ni Yokaba na wala raw nakikitang mali or na jina-justify pa ang mali. You are precisely what's wrong with this country.

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  42. Blackface is racist but Filipinos are too ignorant to know it.

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  43. AMERICA CAN SUE VICE GANDA FOR THIS. GOOD LUCK SA'YO CHAKANG KABAYO.

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  44. I am not in US or in Philippines but the lady is correct. Pinoys need to be educated with this "blackface". Next time, it's better to get actors who are really black.

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  45. It is indeed a racial slur .... "Blackface is more than just burnt cork applied as makeup. It is a style of entertainment based on racist Black stereotypes that began in minstrel shows and continues today."

    Babala : Copy-paste ko lang po yan....

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  46. I think this issue runs deeper in our culture. Lets call spade a spade a majority of filipino's and filipina's find dark skin people inferior within the culture. The constant definition of beautiful people through tv and advertisement of light skinned individuals has made us feel inadequate within ourselves and therefore spend money on whitening cream and other products. When the actor and actresses are shade darker, they are portrait as maids, crony's, weak and other negative stereotypes. It is a colonial slave mentality that have been persistent with in the society, from the time of the revolution to modern day Philippines. I don't think the people here are racist, but have been ignorant of issues surrounding race. Lastly we must learn to love our own skin no matter how light or dark our skin is. In the words of Steve Biko "black is beautiful," in our way we must also say "brown is beautiful."

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  47. Guys, ang story ng GIRL BOY BAKLA TOMBOY ay hindi nagbe base kay Kiray, ung kulay nia ay part din un nang movie, let's say, d maganda ang ginawa sa kanya pero d lang naman cia ang ginanyan eh na kulayan ng black pati sa GMA ung LUNA BLANCA, o diba ? Eh bat d un ang pagpiyestahan nio ? And sa bandang gitna nang movie or bandang dulo,sinabi ni Vice kay Kiray ay KAHIT NAIIBA KA SA AMIN, MAHAL KA PA RIN NAMIN AT MAGANDA KA, MANIWALA KA ! Kaya wag niO ibase ang story sa trailer ! And so what, ano naman kung ginawang itim ang face ni Kiray ? Does it really matter ? Maybe this will be another issue about Vice Ganda's jokes, but please, don't make this a big deal... Eh ung iba nga sa inyo eh, cnasabihan nio sa Vice ng Bakla, Kabayo, Panget, Trash, ano sa tingin nio nararamdaman nia ? Masaya ba cia ? Ang di cia ang nagsulat ng movie and no choice cia dahil d cia ang Director ! WATCH THE WHOLE MOVIE, BEFORE JUDGING IT ! Nakakahigh blood kau -_-

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  48. Hello Miss Hilaw, eh ikaw naman racist eh. Mkpnira ka lng sa GBBT, naku! Fail te. Isip ka ng bagong style ha.

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    1. Get a new brain as well, 6:36. You are too brainwashed. Kawawa ka naman.

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    2. basahin mo nga uli yung comment mo. wala kang point eh. bakit naging racist yung nag-post niyan? ikaw ang kailangang mag-isip.

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  49. Ang dami b dito e. :/ Nung panahon na pwede pa ang slavery sa America, at pagmamay-ari pa ng mga puti ang mga itim... ginagamit ng mga puti ang blackface makeup para pagtawanan, i-mock, at gawing kalokohan ang mga itim. Kaya di tayo umuusad bilang isang bansa kasi mga simpleng bagay na ganito, hindi ninyo alam!

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  50. duh, why are you surprised??? it wont be the gates of hell for nothing

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  51. EXACTLY! Last Halloween lang super na criticize si Julian Hough for attending a halloween party wearing a black face copying a character from "Orange is the new black" kasi it was a dark time for the African-American community and it is not something to make fun of. Isipan mo na lang kung tayo din hanggang ngayon tawagin pa ding mga "indio" ng ibang mga nationalities nakakainis and insulto diba?

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  52. hindi talaga pwede ang ganyang klase ng joke sa first world country. sa pinas lang nakakalusot yan kse masyado tayong kolonyal. sariling kutis nga natin hindi natin maipagmalaki, kelangan pang magpaputi para masabing maganda. pag maitim, panget or mabaho tingnan. pinoy lang ang may ganyang mentality. di kataka-taka na yang 'blackface' joke na yan ng GGBT sobrang racist. i totally agree with the girl.

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  53. the character and how she was portrayed are "racist". There's no defense for it...Ignorance!!! The exaggeration of the skin complexion and hair is simply meant to make the audience laugh and ridicule black people(not adore them or accept them as is), dont you guys see it? The movie is throwing back Philippine media(and Pinoy mentality) to the ignorance of the past. This movie should be condemned.

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  54. Wala namang isyu talaga jan.. Kung tingin mo racist e di wag ka manood.. Ipapalabas yan sa us para sa mga kabanayan na nag rerequest na ipalabas doon.

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