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The Red Pill (2016)

The Red Pill chronicles filmmaker Cassie Jaye's journey following the mysterious and polarizing Men's Rights Movement. The Red Pill explores today's gender war and asks the question "what is the future of gender equality?"

IMDB: 8.98 Likes

  • Genre: Documentary |
  • Quality: 720p
  • Size: 1.43G
  • Resolution: 1280x720 / 23.976 (23976/1000) fpsfps
  • Language: English
  • Run Time: 117
  • IMDB Rating: 8.9/10 
  • MPR: Normal
  • Peers/Seeds: 0 / 4

The Synopsis for The Red Pill (2016) 720p

The Red Pill chronicles filmmaker Cassie Jaye's journey following the mysterious and polarizing Men's Rights Movement. The Red Pill explores today's gender war and asks the question "what is the future of gender equality?"


The Director and Players for The Red Pill (2016) 720p

[Director]Cassie Jaye
[Role:]Richard Cassalata
[Role:]Jack Barnes
[Role:]Marc Angelucci


The Reviews for The Red Pill (2016) 720p


A Must-Watch Regardless Of Which Side You're OnReviewed bygabrielhebertVote: 9/10

As a Kickstarter backer, I received a pre-release digital copy. Overall, the documentary is nothing short of amazing. I follow the issues presented in the film with some regularity and I am the type of person who will seek out opinions of those I disagree with to learn where they're coming from. I feel that this is exactly what Cassie Jaye did in her film. She allowed both sides to make their arguments without putting in her own spin or bias...a rarity with documentary film makers and a very welcome surprise. Although I was already familiar with many of the issues presented, I still felt the heartbreak of some of the personal stories shared. For the uninitiated, some revelations will come as a shock. Imagine centuries ago when people thought the Earth was flat and the outrage that ensued when told it is actually round...in that time you were called a "heretic" or "blasphemer" for speaking truth to power while today it's overused terms like "misogynist" and "hate speech".

One small criticism I would have is that you could tell there is so much more to the stories presented but with the constraints of fitting everything into a 2 hour film, it is understandable that cuts and edits were done where they were. What I would advise anyone watching this documentary to do is to check out some of the interviews with Cassie Jaye (Youtube channels like The Rubin Report, Stefan Molyneux, etc.) and Q&A sessions done during the screenings of this film (can easily be found on Youtube by searching "The Red Pill Q&A") where you'll get to go a little deeper and more in-depth explanations on what both sides, the feminists and men's rights activists, believe and fight for. I can only hope that the special features included on DVD/Blu-Ray will fill in some of the minor gaps with more interview footage.

One of the most interesting things about this documentary is seeing filmmaker Cassie Jaye's personal struggle with having her feminist beliefs challenged through her video diaries which pop up here and there throughout the documentary. You can tell that she was genuinely having a hard time coping with having all of these statistics thrown at her that disprove what she believed in. At the end of it all, this is what makes this documentary more compelling, even more so than the heartbreaking stories and reality-shattering statistics from the men's rights activists.

If you're a feminist or simply believe women in the West don't get a fair shake compared to men, you owe it to yourself to have your views challenged and see if they stand up to scrutiny. What have you to lose? Your convictions will either be strengthened or you will come to terms with the fact that your beliefs were wrong and can take comfort in knowing that you now have the truth. Whether or not your beliefs remain the same, one thing is certain...you will be changed in some way.

Like Morpheus says to Neo in "The Matrix": I didn't say it would be easy, Neo. I just said it would be the truth...

The Most Important Movie You'll Ever See(Women Included)Reviewed byimjustaskingVote: 10/10

Yet another subject,addressing another aspect,of America's polarization? After decades of overwhelming feminism(and vicious hypergamy)this country(and others)has suffered,fearless Cassie Jaye tackles topics that can potentially worsen(if that's possible)or dismantle male/female relationships like never before.The feminization of boys.The alienation of fathers.The unfair court rulings.The growing plague of unwed mothers.The delinquent teens this creates.The fact that only a handful of women can admit this out-of-balance view.The denial of truth recognition and how it results in the childish,emotional feminist outbreaks.The assessment of the male condition is one that has been avoided.Like a cancer,it has only festered through it's neglect.It's gone from acceptable,to uncomfortable,to genuinely taboo.And as a result of this taboo status this avoidance is a sign that if it cannot even be looked at,it just might signal the degree of it's significance.

A Great Look into the MRA Movement, that manages to back up its claims with real world experience and statsReviewed byNathan RakowskiVote: 10/10

Not many times do we find a documentary that has the ability to seriously alter the mindset of society, this is one of those films that manages to do exactly that.

Great movie for those who have already "swallowed the Red Pill" or those curious about what the MRA movement is all about.

Not only does it use commentary from those for the MRA movement, but it also balances it out with commentary from those who oppose it.

I highly recommend this film for anyone curious about the MRA movement,and those who already follow the ideology.

Red, Blue, and Iron pills, among others can enjoy this film and the value it brings to the table.

Cassie did a great job keeping an open mind, and challenging her own belief system, it really takes a lot of gumption to do what she did.

10/10 stars

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