The "Barbie" movie is so over-the-top woke and misandrist, it 100% achieves The John Walker Effect by making Ken, the supposed villain, likeable, charming, and the unintentional hero of the story.
Ken, an objectively oppressed male with no confidence who starts out as a pathetic simp, gets one tiny dose of confidence by going to "the real world" (which is just as fake and cartoonish as Barbieland) and then goes back to his world, and managed to literally OVERTHROW THE ENTIRE GOVERNMENT, BY HIMSELF, in only a day or two, tops.
Ken then makes a society where men are confident, masculine, and strong, and women are feminine and happy housewives and don't have to be "girl-bosses" and even they are treated with way more respect than the Kens ever were.
And things work out fine for everyone, until Margot Robbie Barbie decides she doesn't like this and lies, gaslights, and emotionally manipulates all the Kens into World War 1, while they seize power through a coup (which also doesn't make any sense, cause Ken supposedly took over by force, meaning an official vote would be irrelevant and there's nothing stopping them from taking over by force once again.)
And then, instead of learning any lessons about "gender equality" and eliminating the idea of a matriarchy or even a supposed "patriarchy" (which is really just any conservative American town), they go right back to matriarchy and oppressing the Kens, even though the Barbies literally have no power or military to enforce their laws and nothing to stop the Kens from taking over by force once again.
And Ken, unironically, is supposed to be the "villain" of the movie. The Kens aren't even an allegory of "gender swapped patriarchy" because if that was the case, then Greta Gerwig would be in full support of patriarchy and would be telling women to just stay in the kitchen and stop trying to be girl-bosses, as was the case with the Kens. The Kens aren't a stand-in for how feminists think women are treated in society, cause the Kens start out being shit-on, and end the movie being shit-on. No, Gerwig unironically is in full support of female supremacy and treats it as if it's the "correct" message in the movie.
NOW I understand why everyone calls the Barbie movie "accidentally anti-woke." Only the most insane leftist woke feminist could be so backwards in their thinking, they go a full 180 and unintentionally destroy the very message they intended to tell. In ten years, Greta Gerwig will be trying to sell this as "a gender equality movie that celebrates both men and women," instead of the insane feminist fantasy she truly intended it to be.