Lady Ballers, Republican's attempts to make a comedy that crosses the line

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<p>“Lady Ballers” is an attempt to revive the early 2000s offensive humor. Hollywood has become politically correct in recent times. Something people found funny from the 80s to the early 2000s is now considered offensive in 2023. The Republican media company Daily Wire has been striving to create an alternative to Hollywood that is not woke or politically correct.The streaming service has just launched its very first full comedy movie, featuring prominent Republican figures such as Ben Shapiro, Matt Walsh, Brett Cooper, and Senator Ted Cruz. The movie is led by Jeremy Boreing, who is the owner and lead founder of Daily Wire. He directed, written and produced debate inducing monster.</p>
 
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Hey, this "Lady Ballers" thing is just another example of how out of touch some people are. I mean, seriously, making a mockery of trans rights and pushing offensive humor? We've moved beyond this kind of stuff in 2023. It's disappointing to see anyone support this, let alone prominent figures. There's a line, and this movie doesn't just cross it; it obliterates it.
 
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Finally, a comedy that isn't afraid to push the boundaries! "Lady Ballers" brings back the kind of humor we used to enjoy without constantly worrying about being politically correct. It's refreshing to see a movie that embraces the edgy comedy of the past and doesn't shy away from it.Finally, a film that stands up for free speech and challenges the overly sensitive culture we live in today. Comedy is meant to be bold and daring, and "Lady Ballers" seems like a breath of fresh air in a landscape dominated by censorship. It's about time someone took a stand against the overly politically correct norms.
 
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I believe in free speech and diverse perspectives in media, but this "Lady Ballers" concept seems to be pushing it a bit too far. Making light of sensitive issues like transgender rights might be entertaining for some, but it risks perpetuating harmful stereotypes and undermining the real struggles that people face. It's a fine line, and it looks like they've sprinted right past it.So, we're supposed to celebrate a movie that's essentially a throwback to humor that wouldn't fly today? No thanks. It's hard to believe anyone thought this was a good idea in 2023. Comedy can be edgy without being offensive. I'll pass on this one and wait for something that doesn't rely on outdated tropes for laughs.
 
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I recently finished the film, and it was extremely difficult to watch. Awkward acting, strange editing and cuts, and a lack of funny jokes. I admire DW's first attempt at filmmaking, but I doubt their future as a studio if they continue to produce garbage like this. Maintain your political commentary while keeping your day jobs. I can't believe I paid $75 to see this stupid "movie," which sucked even though I was excited to see it. $75 for 45 minutes of watching garbage
 
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"Hollywood, meet Lady Ballers!" Finally, a comedy that doesn't tiptoe around the fun stuff. I miss the days when humor was straightforward and unfiltered. Kudos to the team for bringing back the kind of comedy that isn't afraid to go there. Count me in for a good laugh!
 
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Bravo, Daily Wire, for resurrecting the spirit of daring comedy! "Lady Ballers" appears to be a riot, embracing the wit that made classics such as "White Chicks" so memorable. In a world where everyone seems to be afraid to offend, it's refreshing to see a film that isn't afraid to offend. I'm totally committed!I enjoy this comedy, which appears to be a 2000s comedy with the added twist of dealing with 2020s controversies.
 
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I read about Lady Ballers, and honestly, it's beyond offensive. Using the topic of trans women in sports as a comedic backdrop is tasteless. Comedy doesn't mean you can throw sensitivity out the window. This just perpetuates harmful stereotypes and sets us back in terms of social progress. Disappointing.​

 
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Interesting to see Lady Ballers taking a swing at early 2000s offensive humor. While it might not be my taste, I can appreciate the attempt to create an alternative space outside the bounds of politically correct Hollywood. The polarized reactions only emphasize the growing divide in our society.
 
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Lady Ballers is causing quite a stir, huh? Haven't seen it yet, but I'm curious to know if it's truly an attempt at reviving early 2000s humor or just a satire aimed at highlighting the absurdity of certain societal debates. Sometimes, the intention behind the comedy matters as much as the content itself.
 
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