I found Black Panther to be an entertaining few hours at the movies. I don’t understand this notion that the movie somehow celebrates “black culture”.
The fictional “Wakanda” is a technologically advanced African civilization that has nothing to do with black America, other than offering aid in the end. The main urban African-American character in the film is the bad guy.
Is the message Hillary was referring to that American blacks have been so oppressed and beaten down that they need fictional super-heroes to save them?
>>Is the message Hillary was referring to that American blacks have been so oppressed and beaten down that they need fictional super-heroes to save them?
Robert Townsend already tackled the role of offering a black superhero movie to black children.
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Rudy Ray Moore also made independent movies to tackle the drugs that were infecting his community.
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I believe the word "fictional" in the sentence above is a bit redundant.