Try not to fall asleep during this trailer for yet another Ruth Bader Ginsburg movie

If you live near an arthouse theater, it still might be offering screenings of “RBG,” which has raked in almost $13 million since it was released in January. But don’t confuse that Ruth Bader Ginsburg movie with this Ruth Bader Ginsburg movie, in which the Supreme Court justice is played by Felicity Jones.

Her story made history. 🏛 Felicity Jones is Ruth Bader Ginsburg in #OnTheBasisOfSex – in theaters this Christmas. Watch the trailer now.

— On The Basis Of Sex (@onthebasisofsex) July 16, 2018

Spoiler alert: The last 15 minutes is RBG napping.

— Redcloak (@BrewingAle) July 16, 2018


— sws (@SarahWS11790) July 16, 2018

Direct to cable? Or, within the 1st week?

— G-man (@Gman64fla) July 16, 2018

Straight to Netflix, or On Demand. One week of release.

— Steve Carter (@ScryingGlass) July 16, 2018

Now this will be a huge money loss

— Chuck Jackson (@ChuckJackson10) July 17, 2018

Can’t wait to miss this one.

— Keith Parrott (@KeithParrott7) July 16, 2018

No thanks!

— Grohmomma (@bkgroh) July 16, 2018

No effing thanks.

— Greg Wilkes (@Megahawk15) July 16, 2018

Why would I want to watch a movie about the most liberal out of touch jurist on the supreme court?! Gag! She doesn’t follow law, only misplaced liberal emotional BS!

— Gary T. Ridenour (@GaryRidenour) July 16, 2018

Better question. Why the Hell is twitter putting this in my newsfeed?!?!

— Cary Sayers (@csayers27) July 16, 2018

— al gabriel (@algabriel2008) July 16, 2018

The reviews are in!

— L. J. Costello (@LJCostello_11) July 16, 2018

Another FLOP coming to somewhere that nobody cares.

— Rick Martin (@Mtnman1320) July 16, 2018

Little or no interest.

— Gregory James (@gajames189) July 16, 2018

Ooo now do Clarence Thomas

— Lemon 🍋 (@LunarLemonade) July 17, 2018

So….. the prelude to her retirement? 😀😀😩

— Steve S (@rescuecompany1) July 17, 2018

And yes, that accent is terrible:

Oh for God’s sakes! There wasn’t an actress who could do a real Brooklyn accent available?

— DebraNYC (@debra_hendler) July 16, 2018

We’re pretty sure this next tweet isn’t sarcasm, and that’s frightening:

Can’t wait to see it! Hopefully the Trump Administration doesn’t stop it from showing

— Lynn glosser (@LynnGlosser) July 17, 2018

Sorry, but you have to watch all the way to the end of the trailer to hear Jones as Ginsburg argue that the word “freedom” doesn’t appear in the Constitution.

Oh good lord, another movie miseducating people about the law. Contrary to what she says toward the end, “freedom” does appear in the constitution. it’s in the 1st A. I’ll assume the real #RuthBaderGinsburg never said anything that dumb

Cc @instapundit @PolitiBunny @wjjhoge

— (((Aaron Worthing))) (@AaronWorthing) July 16, 2018

See? It’s right there cc @LegInsurrection @AG_Conservative

— (((Aaron Worthing))) (@AaronWorthing) July 16, 2018

Seriously, I’ll give the screenwriter 100 bucks if the very next line in that movie is “what the hell are you talking about? It’s in the First Amendment.”

— (((Aaron Worthing))) (@AaronWorthing) July 17, 2018

Great cast and subject matter but please edit the last lines…

Judge: “The word ‘woman’ does not appear even once in the U.S. Constitution.”

RBG: “Nor does the word ‘freedom’, your honor.”*

*Except it does, in the First Amendment. “…or abridging the freedom of speech…”

— Jason Appleford (@jazzboy12) July 16, 2018

Someone deleted the tweet that goes here arguing the fact … wonder why?

The bill of rights is the first ten amendments of the constitution.

— Kyle (@kylesteinhauser) July 16, 2018

The quote is only valid if RBG was arguing her case prior to 1791. My main concern is lazy screenwriting.

— Jason Appleford (@jazzboy12) July 16, 2018

Arguing her case prior to 1791? She’s not that old.


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