The biggest problem with "13 Reasons Why"
- Published on May 19, 2017
- 13 reasons why
thirteen reasons why
If you want to help support this channel, sign up to NordVPN
and use code "alexmeyers"
My girlfriend and I watched the entire show a while back. It was interesting, but didn't go where I thought it was going to go.
The whole time I was watching, though, I couldn't help but be bothered by the "message" it was trying to convey.
Obviously the show presents a real issue that should be talked about, but they way it goes it about it is. in my opinion, terrible.
The line that really made me go "are you serious" was near the end when Clay says "It's my fault. I killed Hannah because I was afraid to love her"
The show focuses so heavily on how we all need to be careful what we do and say, and I agree up to a point.
Its true that what happens to you isn't your fault, but how you react to what happens to you is 100% your responsibility.
Hannah never sought help until the end, she purposefully never talked to anyone or really tried to solve her problems.
She just blamed everyone else, and then plots revenge against them by recording the tapes.
In my opinion, the message of the show is a bad one for young people. It basically says "its everyone else's duty to make you happy".
At least that's the message I got out of it.
★☆★Help Me Get to 2500 Subscribers! bit.ly/1Iqsdaq
★☆★PLEASE SHARE THIS VIDEO!!
Amy Schumer - Why is she so unfunny?
Nestle - The most evil company in the world?
What does "success" actually mean?
Minimalism: The Lost Art of Storytelling
TVclip COMMENTATORS - The real reason TVclip is dying...
Jack Nicas and the Wallstreet Journal
Alex Jones - Best Comedian or Biggest Troll?
Self-Depreaction - What REALLY ruined TVclip
★☆★Music Provided by:
Thank you so much for 2000 subscribers. If you like what you see, please share these videos with your friends to show support!