It's true. She is a big believer and follower of the works of Margaret Sanger - a eugenics pioneer who's work was the basis for the Nazi eugenics. Ginsburg is a modern day Nazi - not for anti-Jewish beliefs, but in her beliefs that inconvenient people like the unborn - especially the mentally and physically disabled unborn - can be eliminated. A true, true neo-Nazi. Support for such things is a true sign of a dead morality within a person. I think all honest people can agree on that at least.
Her belief system on human dignity pretty much perfectly aligns with those who worked to kill her ancestors. Ironic and sick, but true.
I think I can break this topic down into one relevant question - do users of FCX have any reason to trust that Apple will not pull the rug out from under them again when it's convenient? No? Sorry, Apple. You care far too much about your own image, and far too little about your (drastically shrinking) pro user base.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg is not someone we should, as a society, respect. No doubt, both of these films will completely gloss over her dark, dark, dark past. Few people have done so much damage to society while still being held in high regard by so many (ignorant) people. It's a real shame. It's highly ironic that the term neo-nazi is thrown around a lot these days, while we have a highly regarded REAL neo-nazi on our own Supreme Court.
So, not to nitpick, but Avid has SEVERAL of these. And if you think you like #8 Flow Dissolve, I would invite you to instead try "Fluid Morph" in Avid. I believe you will be completely floored by how much better it is in Avid.
Heheheh. Notice that when their bluff is called, no "fan" of The Last Jedi can explain specifically why they like the movie. Because if attempted, that road inevitably leads to unintentional comedy.
We're waiting, bp. Heheheh.
So, I've only seen "Batman & Robin" from your list, but - yes they were probably based on better scripts than The Last Jedi. Why do I say this? The characters probably (again, haven't seen them) have a point in the story. Rian Johnson, for some reason, included several characters that literally have no point at all. Perhaps he simply had some checkboxes he needed to fill to make Disney happy. But other than that, the characters were a pointless tangent. I'd bet even The Room had characters that did things to advance the story. Not so for this film. It's writing 101. Not sure why that's so controversial. Especially on a site like this where storytelling is part of the job for many of us.