In the last 48 hours Monster Hunter: World Received over 2000 negative reviews on Steam after racist jokes Monster hunter The movie has caused a backlash in China, calling for a ban on the movie.
Daniel Ahmad, Senior Analyst at Niko Partners, Tweeted a clip from Monster hunter Yesterday’s movie Shows the racist joke in question.
In a movie clip released in China this week, one soldier shouted at another. “What are my knees? What are these knees? Knees.” Many in China have associated this joke with old racists, As Ahmad pointed out.. This brought widespread anger and backlash to the film.
As reported by Variety, The movie has been drawn from most theaters in China since then. According to some reports, an edited version of the movie that removed this joke may also be banned in China, effectively blocking Paul WS Anderson’s adaptation from appearing in China.
Capcom issued a statement last night Stay away from the movie, claiming to contact the appropriate movie company or producer about the joke.However, as Capcom recently revealed, many felt the statement hollow. Monster Hunter: World Tie-in with the character of the movie Milla Jovovich Appeared as a playable character that the actress makes a voice.
All of this Monster Hunter: World On Steam Being bombedMany recent negative reviews directly refer to the offensive jokes of the movie. Many reviews refer to the shit of other racists. It’s just a huge shit show that’s getting worse.
That’s the strange thing Monster hunter, This movie, like all other movies, TV shows and games, has been scrutinized by Chinese authorities. Still, this joke still slipped through. As Ahmad pointed out Subtitles and English lines do not match, Subtitles refer to Chinese idioms About a man kneeling.. This only participated in the controversy, and some viewers believe this is a direct insult to Chinese viewers.
Monster hunter Will be released in the United States on December 25th, but Covid-19 may be delayed again as it continues to spread out of control in some parts of the country.