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Ugh - 2019-05-11

wait you mean the title of the movie isn't "white male tears"

BHWW - 2019-05-12

Soul Man II: The Reckoning

BHWW - 2019-05-11

Radio? Was this written by someone over 60?

teethsalad - 2019-05-11

the main star is also the director and producer

which explains a lot

teethsalad - 2019-05-11


Meerkat - 2019-05-11

"Is this really happening?"

Xenocide - 2019-05-11

Shout out to the actor who was cast to play The Black Friend. We all got bills to pay.

Raggamuffin - 2019-05-12

Remember when Martin Shkreli was beefing with Ghostface Killah and hired a bunch of black guys as his "gang" and they were all wearing full face masks?

casualcollapse - 2019-05-11

Who gave him money, who gave him awards, I want these questions answered damn it

Marlon Brawndo - 2019-05-12

It's like someone watched that one episode of Frasier. You know, the one where the black lady assistant moves in on Frasier's turf so he gets her set up with her own show out of white guilt... And then they got really wasted and wrote this.

15th - 2019-05-12

Holy shit.

Seven Arts/H8 Red - 2019-05-12

Wake up the hero with the deep heart
You, who are needed, but don't realize
Wake up the hero, open your eyes
Save anyone who is in trouble
Radio Host, like the flash of lighting
Radio Host, you are the warrior of love
Radio Host Black RX

betamaxed - 2019-05-12

5 for evil.

Old_Zircon - 2019-05-12

IMDB now has it categorized under Horror.

Marlon Brawndo - 2019-05-12

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poorwill - 2019-05-12

if i made this movie i wouldn't want anyone to know it was coming out either

IrishWhiskey - 2019-05-13

It's not even a vaguely good or convincing impression of a black woman. I know that's the least of it's problems, but still.

Marlon Brawndo - 2019-05-13

It's like an impression of Louis CK doing an impression of a black woman on that SNL skit.

Stopheles - 2019-05-13

IMDB lists trivia:

In order to better understand what it's like to be a black woman, Jeremy Saville paid himself less money than the rest of the people who worked on the film.

Takes place in a world where people are excited about a talk radio show.

Was accepted into the San Luis Obispo International Film Festival but was pulled and replaced with another movie before the screening. Despite this, the trailer still touts it as an official selection.

The filmmakers could not afford the rights to Coolio's "Gangster Paradise " for the trailer.

John Holmes Motherfucker - 2019-05-14

This makes me wonder if maybe "Tootsie" actually wasn't good.

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