So I was watching "American Beauty" on Amazon. I realized pretty quickly this guy was in a MRP hell. He had totally supplicated to his wife's frame. She frequently told him what he could and couldn't do, and claimed victimhood when he wouldnt follow her orders. This guy finally reaches the crux most men on here do and says fuck it. He starts weightlifting doesnt let his job fuck him over anymore, and even regains some control over the wife. He also earns himself the chance to score with a much younger woman. All the while when ues getting his life back together, the woman hates the loss of control and cheats on him for a sleaze. The part that shows this guy as an alpha is how he keeps his cool finding that out, how he is calculating and litterally exudes IDGAF attitude.
Now of course because of Hollywood being feminized, this is all demonized, hes made to be the oppressor who is slightly crazy. Unfortunately for Hollywood, I saw him as the hero... so their propaganda didnt work. I wont give away the ending, but you can see clearly the end was Hollywood setting reality back to the way "things ought to be", the feminized imperative. A man's imperative must lead to bad things for him, and the woman is there to claim her rightful place as king over him, less she deems herself a victim.
All in all, for someone trying to grasp what is frame, and what building frame looks like, I personally think this movie does a great job showing it. Are there any other movies you guys have seen? What are your thoughts on this movie?