Santa Inc. Review 2021 Tv Show Series Season Cast Crew
We seem to live in an age of political total war at the moment, where literally ever single aspect of daily life is being aggressively politicised and turned into some kind of battlefield for bitter and idiotic squabbling and false outrage.
It’s not enough that the media is biased and politicised, it’s not enough your workplace is becoming politicised, it’s not enough that every TV show you watch is trying to be a piece of propaganda first and entertainment second. Every film you see at the cinema is trying to send some kind of “message” to you too.
Now even Christmas, the one innocent time of year focused on goodwill to all men is being turned into another piece of soulless corporate propaganda. Wonderful.
Goodwill to all men? Well, unless they’re white men of course. That should be the tagline for Santa Inc. Which literally has the premise that Father Christmas is a fat while male who needs to be destroyed. But hey, it’s not racism because…err…reasons?
Santa Inc. Is yet another American animated “comedy” in the vein of Paradise PD, The Prince and all these other poorly written, cheap “comedies” that seem mean spirited and insincerely politically “woke” to the absolute core.
Worst of all, like these other shows, it’s not even funny. Try watching the trailer on YouTube – I kid you not, I didn’t laugh once. Not once! It’s actually just cringe inducing.
Jokes are along the lines of: “I said a political thing you are supposed to agree with, isn’t that funny?” and “I said a gross thing, isn’t that funny?”
No, it’s not funny. It sucks. Writers who think this is funny are complete hacks who have no place entertaining anyone.
Seth Rogen once again shows he’s a great fit for the present day celebrity elite because he has no discernible talent here but somehow takes stacks of cash home for himself. Stick to what you’re good at, I guess.