The most recent Gerard Butler "romantic" "comedy" is called The Ugly Truth.
At one point in the trailer, while giving advice to Katherine Heigl's character, Butler's character says, "You have to be two people: the librarian and the stripper."
Librarian: connotations of primness, propriety, "bookishness," intellectualism, prudishness, etc.
Stripper: connotations of sexiness, promiscuity, sexual experience, etc.
So you have to be... both a virgin... and a whore!
WOW! WHY DOES THIS SOUND SO FAMILIAR?!
You know, watching the trailer for this movie, I can honestly say I've never seen a mainstream movie that more explicitly moralizes against feminist ideas. I mean, it literally says that men are nothing but sex-hungry, ravenous beasts (wow... who knew that anti-feminism was also so anti-male) and that any career woman who demands such outlandish things as a man who respects her for her intelligence and success should just shut up because that's not gonna happen anytime soon, amirite? And would it kill them to show more cleavage once in a while? GAWD.
Excuse me for a moment. *grabs a case of dynamite and a bus ticket to Hollywood*