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W. Kamau Bell
is a Rorschach test. It's easy to say that you loved it. But when you ask people why they loved it you may end up thinking to yourself, "WERE WE EVEN WATCHING THE SAME MOVIE???"
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Fantastic Negrito 19 Feb 18
Replying to @wkamaubell
I am going to see it
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W. Kamau Bell 20 Feb 18
Replying to @MusicNegrito
You are going to love it.
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JSM 19 Feb 18
Replying to @wkamaubell
yo when is new season of CNN's United Shades of America coming out? Loved your first show that got cancelled on FXX! Glad 2 C U got a 2nd chance i love the show
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W. Kamau Bell 20 Feb 18
Replying to @Suspicous29
Late spring!
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Violhaine2.0 19 Feb 18
Replying to @wkamaubell
The Women of Wakanda have my heart. Present in the way dark skinned Black women haven’t ever been positively portrayed onscreen. Bald. Bold. Beautiful. I’m here for it! Whatever else? Here for it! 🙌🏾👏🏾
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Ardently Adan 19 Feb 18
Replying to @wkamaubell
Get Out had a similar vibe. Can play as 2-4 different movies depending on the background of the person watching.
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Kujeek Ivachuq 19 Feb 18
Replying to @wkamaubell
Killmonger is relatable for people, he's justified in his anger being left behind by his people & forgotten by them. His treatment of people being expendable as long as it suits his needs reminds me of Dante's "The Prince" 'the ends justify the means.' He is a complex villain
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Carlton M Tiggett 21 Feb 18
Replying to @hopson3233 @wkamaubell
Don’t forget how the oppressors and colonizers also abused his upbringing. That’s what shaped him and his fathers’ ideology abt wanting to help the American blacks
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Kujeek Ivachuq 21 Feb 18
This is true too. I was limited by the character count.
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SikhPeace 19 Feb 18
Replying to @wkamaubell
I liked the strong, no apologies female characters and the fact that they had such a positive influence on society.
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Dean of Misanthropology 19 Feb 18
Replying to @wkamaubell
That's not fair! There's so much to love and only so much time to answer that question!
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mangochutney 20 Feb 18
Replying to @wkamaubell
But it was so gooooood. I have a feeling I‘ll have to watch it at least a couple more times to unpack it all.
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Cathy Gigliotti 20 Feb 18
Replying to @wkamaubell
I'm thinking if you don't READ the history you will see different reactions. Not everyone understands the history being the Panther. It's a very good read. I never ever knew about most Marvel 65. Female
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Mo'Prah Beenfree ✊🏾(C. Macon) 19 Feb 18
Replying to @wkamaubell
Let a person just enjoy the movie without expecting some type of retrospective opinion afterward. If it's that important - tell them. Errbody ain't got it like you. (Verna intended) Luh you, tho
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Jay is Back! for a while now 19 Feb 18
Replying to @wkamaubell
For me was the character build up, beautiful scenes, and a villain with a great story and purpose
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Erikka 20 Feb 18
Replying to @wkamaubell
I admit, I love the class conflict
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Ken 20 Feb 18
Replying to @wkamaubell
You must of watched meteor man!
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Stephan Bohanon 20 Feb 18
Replying to @wkamaubell
I see it as a missed opportunity. Could of been very significant
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Wilford 20 Feb 18
How'd ya mean?
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