The movie "Crazy Stupid Love" was a recent comedy/romance movie. The movie starts off with a wife saying she wants to divorce her husband and then the husband goes through a series of problems throughout the movie.
When the husband is feeling down and in a bar, a "player" type character gives him a talk. He says he'll help the husband get women. Then he takes the husband out shopping to buy a new wordrobe and teaches the husband "proper skills" to get a girl each night.
When I was watching the movie I couldn't help but notice the role women and men were playing. The women, were basically just objects in these bars. A man approches, pleases the women, and goes home with the women.
In fact, in one part of the movie, the husband notices the "player" character often tells the women to leave with him instead of asking. She, won over and already submissive, follows happily.
At first the husband doesn't know how to win over these women and he scares them away but after a while he learns the skills and gets many women. This says that basically one can get with any women whenever if he knows how to play his cards right or in other words, women are just objects that any "skilled" man can purchase.
This movie also demonstates how men are just always looking for sex or women.
Although a part of the movie is like this, both the husband and the player realize that these actions are wrong and stop doing what they were doing.