The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
The Walking Dead
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This is an ambitious and enlightening documentary, filled with wisdom and asking great questions, some of which may never have a satisfying answer.
Uses politics as a launchpad but is really motivated by much deeper stuff.
An effective rebuttal to media stereotyping, especially in its own portrayals of people of color and the LGBTQ community...
Rubin's need to interrogate her cultural guilt scuttles a desperately needed exposé of the last socially acceptable form of prejudice in America.
Hillbilly provides a cogent analysis of the connection between the United States' cultural supremacy over its own Appalachian region, and the nation's resultant economic and political exploitation of it.
Hillbilly is a lovingly crafted and revealing look at one of America's most stigmatized areas.
The movie walks an expert tightrope and successfully gives a more vibrant, textured look at the region and its people.
A complex portrait about a complex area of the country, where things are not as simple as everyone has been led to believe.
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