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Discussion in 'Movies/TV' started by Gunny, Oct 23, 2012.
Are you sure you meant Lucy and not someone else?
Tried to watch it. Way too fake and over the top for my tastes. I think they have a quota to use 1million N-words per episode.
You ever been to Atlanta?
Hmmm.... I wonder if that was just a particular episode you watched. I've finished the whole series now and never once thought to myself "they sure do use the N word a lot". I mean it's definitely there but it didn't seem out of line with the culture in general. It is about a couple dudes in Atlanta trying to make it in the rap game after all.
Fair enough though. It's definitely not gonna be for everybody.
Needs more 'splosions.
As an example, after being bailed out, Paper Boi is asking about bailing out his cousin and the lady working at the desk says "N--- this ain't no movie".
So a government employee is calling people "N"... that is a lawsuit in any real life situation.
For the other person... I grew up in Memphis. Lived in a neighborhood 80+% black, went to a school 90% black. Work for the health department and spend almost all of my work time in the worst neighborhoods in Memphis. Yes, I am aware of the culture, but I still will say it is over the top, like my example above shows.
Umbrella Academy was better than expected... great music.
Just finished season three of "True Detective" and thought it was extremely well-done.
Watching "Barry", season one, now and not sure what I think about it. I think I have a mental block still seeing Hader as Stefon. Big Stephen Root fan so going to stick with it a few episodes more.
I'm needing recommendations for a good crime drama series on Netflix.