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VIDEO: What if One of the Black Characters went Back To The Future?

While everyone celebrated 10/21/15, the date that Michael J. Fox’s character, Marty McFly, in Back to the Future II (1989), traveled forward in time to help his future children, black people thought about how things haven’t changed that much in this so-called future. Youtube parody channel F-Comedy rebooted the blockbuster to illustrate this scathing reality. In the short “What if One of the Black Characters went Back To The Future?” Goldie Wilson, the cook at the 1950s diner replaces Marty McFly in the driver’s seat of the Delorean and travels to 2015.
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An American Carol Lampoons Liberals Equating Speaking Your Mind to Being Unpatriotic

Filmmaker and Bush loyalist David Zucker is making fun of liberals in his new film, An American Carol, which features a mostly Republican cast, including Kelsey Grammer, Jon Voight, and country music star Trace Adkins in a right-wing retelling of Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol. Obviously parodying uber-successful documentary filmmaker Michael Moore, the film shows a Moore-like character, who starts a campaign to abolish the Fourth of July, being visited by Americana ghosts who "will teach him the true meaning of patriotism." According to conservatives, the American way is to praise Jesus, love your guns, go to war and keep quiet if you disagree --or you'll be dubbed a communist or unpatriotic.
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VIDEO: What if One of the Black Characters went Back To The Future?

While everyone celebrated 10/21/15, the date that Michael J. Fox’s character, Marty McFly, in Back to the Future II (1989), traveled forward in time to help his future children, black people thought about how things haven’t changed that much in this so-called future. Youtube parody channel F-Comedy rebooted the blockbuster to illustrate this scathing reality. In the short “What if One of the Black Characters went Back To The Future?” Goldie Wilson, the cook at the 1950s diner replaces Marty McFly in the driver’s seat of the Delorean and travels to 2015.
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An American Carol Lampoons Liberals Equating Speaking Your Mind to Being Unpatriotic

Filmmaker and Bush loyalist David Zucker is making fun of liberals in his new film, An American Carol, which features a mostly Republican cast, including Kelsey Grammer, Jon Voight, and country music star Trace Adkins in a right-wing retelling of Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol. Obviously parodying uber-successful documentary filmmaker Michael Moore, the film shows a Moore-like character, who starts a campaign to abolish the Fourth of July, being visited by Americana ghosts who "will teach him the true meaning of patriotism." According to conservatives, the American way is to praise Jesus, love your guns, go to war and keep quiet if you disagree --or you'll be dubbed a communist or unpatriotic.
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