The controversial film Barbie is now being banned in Asian nations for this one outrageous scene

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Hollywood loves to push the boundaries. 

But it looks like Hollywood crossed a line that ticked off both communist Vietnam and red-blooded Americans.

 And the controversial film Barbie is now being banned in Asian nations for this one outrageous scene. 

What happened to Hollywood?

For years, Hollywood was one of the crown jewels of the United States. 

Americans used to take pride in the movie industry that put out great classics for each generation. 

Going all the way back to Gone With The Wind in 1939, the movie industry has been able to capture the minds and imaginations of viewers across the world. 

But lately Hollywood has become nothing more than a propaganda wing for the Democrat Party. 

Directors and actors in Hollywood are always trying to promote the woke agenda in movies. 

But most Americans do not want to see movies with all the political and radical agendas woven into its plot. 

And that’s why all the major new movies are flopping at the box office. 

Indiana Jones, which was supposed to be a blockbuster hit, can barely get half of a movie theater filled up. 

Meanwhile, movies that actually do promote American and family values, like the Sound of Freedom, are breaking all expectations. 

Americans just want a good movie without all the political correctness and wokeness. 

That’s not too much to ask. 

But for some reason, Hollywood just keeps getting it wrong.

And their latest movie, which is supposed to be as politically neutral as one can imagine, is now being banned in Asia.

Barbie gone wrong

Barbie, starring big names like Margot Robbie, Ryan Gosling, and Will Ferrell, is supposed to be a hit and a cute spin-off of the Barbie franchise. 

But Hollywood botched the movie by showing a map of China controlling the South China Sea in a scene. 

And the map is causing several Asian nations to ban the movie.

Vietnam’s Department of Cinema Chief, Vi Kien Thanh, determined that the movie would not be shown in the communist country. 

Since China and Vietnam have become enemies over the past decade, Vietnam has been banning illustrations that put China in a good light. 

And as Vi Kien Thanh stated to the press, Vietnam will not “grant a license for the American movie ‘Barbie’ to release in Vietnam because it contains the offending image of the Nine-Dash Line.”

Other nations like the Philippines are also looking into taking action against the movie for its promotion of Chinese dominance. 

Of course, the film producers claim it was an honest mistake. 

But can anyone really trust Hollywood at this point with all their lies and deceptions?

Will Hollywood ever be pro-American again?