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originally posted by: Namdru
a reply to: Southern Guardian
It seems to be a pattern. This one got caught early in the game.
Looks like a bit of racism combined with severe envy for a very successful black superhero movie. Racist undertones aside, seriously it is about jealousy. Black Panther is the fifth-largest movie opening of all time.
originally posted by: LesMisanthrope
Identity politics begets identity politics. If they never promoted this movie with identity politics, the wouldn’t have gotten identity politics in return. It’s a bloody superhero movie.
originally posted by: Xcalibur254
a reply to: Wardaddy454
Independence Day had a white male lead opposite Will Smith. The same goes for Men in Black. And even then the cast is primarily white in both. Black Panther on the other hand has a predominantly black cast with half of the prominent white actors being outright villainous. There was a similar backlash to 12 Years A Slave.
How do you get ignoramus' to stop such squalk? There's got to be a single solution, surely?
Black Panther on the other hand has a predominantly black cast with half of the prominent white actors being outright villainous.