25 • brazil • horror • they/he
i am, avatar of the black. the negro incarnate. niggatry made flesh.
dave bautista running around for 6min. it contextualizes the prologue of 2049, but it's not essential. this one makes it so obvious that those things were put together solely for marketing + promotion of 2049 it hurts, but i love his character so i still felt bad. he actually shouldve been the protagonist instead of k, again it was another opportunity to show the life of a fugitive working class replicant, to give positive focus nd depth to their plight nd show their humanity, all gone to waste
nahh jared leto aint actin, hes just like that. cancelled hasnt been used correctly on the internet ever since 2015 when the ppl who r weak to sunlight got a hold of the word, but i still remember him being a creep aight. nonetheless this short felt more like a deleted scene than anything that could add to the overall story. it works for wallace's characterization but nothing else. i actually kinda like him cuz hes one creepy mf, rly nails down the whole capitalist white dude w a god complex thing, i just hate the guy playing him
ive always been curious to watch this movie since a lot of channers love quoting it as their redpill, but im baffled that theres actually anyone who would take this as an antifascist text? this is literal, irredeemable nazi propaganda, straight up. i say w all due seriousness that i did not find a single relatable aspect in this movie whatsoever. as a black person am i supposed to sympathize w a literal neonazi who was locked up for killing…
god, theres a lot to unpack here .. i think it makes perfect sense that brazilians criticize this film so much while gringos love it, n i dont mean just white ones either. bong joon-ho loves this movie, jean-michel basquiat was inspired by it, barack obama only exists cause of this movie since apparently it's so horny it made his mama crave some black dick, while even he called out the exoticism n parallels of painting brazil n hawaii as…