“The Underground Railroad in audio form.”
That is Baltimore club to a T. Shoutout to my friend Abdu Ali for being featured in this. Makes one proud to be from here.
Informative only to those out of the loop, but it gets the job done of being impactful no matter the stance or understanding. It goes to show that when the people are angry and fight for their demands to be met, they become dangerous. That’s why China and certain pro-China stations in Hong Kong are boycotting the ceremony tonight. Do Not Split is a touchstone and an eventual capsule for what can only hope to be a brighter day for Hong Kong.
Who is this for? Literally who?
The left will hate the bigoted main character who starts out that way (there’s no descent down the alt-right rabbithole as the marketing would have you believe). The right will hate him because he’s a strawman. He’s unsympathetic in every way because he’s the agent of his own demise, picking fights with minorities and openly calling women “bitches,” but also nearly every woman in the film is a straw feminist dropping buzzwords suddenly and…
"Can I have your MP3 player when you're dead? Please, please, please?"
The minute the lights went up in the theater after The Killing of a Sacred Deer flashed its final title card was less welcoming of the awkward chuckle and relaxing exhale from The Witch last year in the same room with a similar audience. Instead there was pure silence. You could hear a pin drop before people finally arose from their seats and prepared to leave, all stricken…