"I bet you were going to find a way to try and hijack the conversation as an opportunity to rant again on your favorite subject and I won! It wasn't much because the odds were understandably low, but God bless your little heart. It was like betting on whether a train would arrive on time in Germany."
I think it's pretty clear that those who accuse Wade Robson and James Safechuck of doing this documentary for fame and fortune have not bothered to watch it. Of all of the complaints leveled at the film, this is the most ridiculous. Especially coming from the Jackson family.
Patti LuPone FANatic said: "I really enjoyed her role in "The Wife." I was actually rooting for her to win. I think that more Oscar voters went ahead with the flashier film with known stars, rather than vote for an independent film with one star. I was so upset, I put the winner's acceptance speech on mute."
ChenghisKhan said: "Remember my first post:https://www.broadwayworld.com/board/readmessage.php?thread=1102191?Well looking back I can say that I probably exaggerated too much and was too dramatic. My real point is that there is an obvious plot hole in Miss Saigon that is currentlyunexplained. When I saw Miss Saigon, the first thing that got me concerned was how quickly Chris forgot about Kim. I mean, I u
2019, 09:21:22 AM
"I cant imagine theres anything new or that shocking in this doc, these people and accusations have been out for decades. Its just that people actually pay attention now with the recent movements in the entertainment industry."
From what I've heard that's not the case. I know someone who was at the screening and he said it left the audience in shock. Everyone knew about R, Kelly for years but it took the Lifetiime doc to get his record label to finally drop him.
2019, 08:45:56 AM
I think after Leaving Neverland airs on HBO this is going to be a hard sell.
You guys are about three years late. Madonnna is a cartoon. Nice try though I guess? The whole civility thing was fun while it lasted!
I'm not going to make this a Madonna vs. Lady Gaga battle.
Like I said, the mod was right and I admit this was the wrong threatd to bring this up. This is not just a problem with Lady Gaga. I could be having the same exact discussion about Jay Z, Erykah Badu or many others. So it's not really about Lady Gaga either.
"Nope. Like most of us women, we've been sexually harassed or assaulted multiple times in life. Some people have triggers, and you should probably RESPECT that not judge people to do what they are no comfortable doing. If you aren't a women, you will never fully understand. Ever."
Funny for you to say that as you discount the word of countless women of color who have spoken out against Kelly.
GeorgeandDot said: "I don't see why Gaga should have to apologize for anything. She didn't abuse anyone. I hate this trend of finding the nearest woman associated with a toxic man and raking them over the coals. The same thing happened to Meryl Streep with Weinstein. No one else should be held responsible for the actions of an abuser."
Umm no. It's not just women. It's Jay-Z, Questlove and many others.