The Blind Side: The solution to the abuse of black people is white people.The Help: The solution to the abuse of black people is white people.Kony: The solution to the abuse of black people is white people.
*edited for grammar :P
Do The Right Thing: The solution to the abuse of black people is……… ?
Airplane! II: The Sequel: Airplane! in space…with William Shatner.
It’s a weird racial culture we have when a black character who is lighter skinned than the other black characters qualifies as a ‘white person’.
You can’t win with films that have racial connotations. Go one direction it’s racism/separatism, go the other direction it’s patronizing.
Do The Right Thing: “Dude, chill.”
@jirin: Mariah Carey’s character in Precious ain’t black!
Maybe I should specify that I haven’t seen any of the films I mentioned… I was just going off of what I’ve heard about them… which film(s) were you referring to, Jirin?
Inland Empire: More scenes about hysteria and surrealism.
Kings of the Road: A three-hour long German bromance, with hairy dicks and shitting by the side of the road.
The Last Bolshevik: Alexander Medvekin is cooler than you are.
Glengarry Glen Ross: Bunch of potty mouthed old dudes screwing shit up.
Gone With The Wind: You know, that 4 hour long movie where the guy says the damn at the end.
Avatar: A bunch of blue cat people getting pissed at the Earth Liberation Front.
Ikiru: A guy gets treated like trash and dies.
Precious: Two fat black women chasing each other around with a frying pan.
Ponyo: It’s a Hayao Miyazaki movie.
Godsend (2004) “A bad Omen.” – Halliwell’s Film Guide
The Hurt Locker: Kathryn Bigelow really wishes she had served in the military, yet knows nothing about how it actually functions.
Sin City: Riefenstahl ain’t got nothin’ on Frank Miller.
Larry Wilmore should be considered the final word on whether something is racist.
Austin Powers: Mike Myers does all his usual memes with a bad British accent
2 Days in New York: Woody Allen plays a French girl.
There goes movies for me :(
Psst…while you’re at it, go here.
Observe and Report: Seth Rogen saw Taxi Driver and does just about everything to make Travis Bickle look like a sane and reasonable man by comparison. Ray Liotta cameos as the anti-comedic relief.
(Why Ray, WHY?)