“Spider-Man: No Way Home” is a box office sensation, and its success exposes the far left agendas of Hollywood and the corporate media. The “woke” posturing in media since 2016 is false liberalism meant to corrode Western culture. The latest Spider-Man movie dispenses with that posturing, and audiences have rewarded it. This is in spite of government-imposed Covid restrictions and fearmongering, as well.
The following YouTube video by Nerdrotic analyzes the cultural significance of the film. The host Gary Buechler recaps recent Disney missteps with the Marvel Cinematic Universe and Star Wars. Lucasfilm under Disney infuriated fans by its treatment of classic Star Wars characters, and the firing of Gina Carano from “The Mandalorian.” Marvel movies after “Avengers: Endgame” are poorly made, denigrate established heroes in favor of 1-dimensional replacements, and deflect criticism with accusations of bigotry.
The movie rights to Spider-Man are still jointly held by Sony. Sony is the company mostly responsible for “No Way Home,” and is handling the IP much differently than Disney. It’s worth noting that Sony also released “Ghostbusters: Afterlife” a few weeks ago, in another case of respecting the fans and source material.
Gary then reflects on the massive plague of woke entertainment still ongoing. He plays a clip by fellow YouTuber Razorfist, and Razorfist traces wokism back to cultural Marxism. Communists are still a grave threat to freedom around the globe, and they view entertainment as a front in their schemes for world domination.
Communism and giant corporations are not necessarily enemies. They’re both systems of bureaucracy that stifle individualism. They don’t like free markets either, since that would enable competition and independent upstarts. The Soviets used to be the ones infiltrating Western institutions, but the communists in China have picked up the slack. Although not mentioned in the video, Donald Trump brought the Marxists’ schemes to light, and they have been desperate since he first ran for president.