Some people say it’s secretly an SNL spoof gone viral and masquerading as real. Some people say it’s proof that Hollywood is actually hellbent on destroying any semblance of peace in America. Others contend it provides definitive proof that people with money can actually have negative IQ scores when the stars align just right.
Without further adieu, let us present to you the trailer for an upcoming film titled: Karen the Movie.
The trailer reminds me of propaganda films not seen for generations in which the goal was to have people hate others. You’d have to go back to films made in other countries to find something this divisive. More concerning is the message this is sure to send to youth who are gullible enough to buy into the message. And what is the message?
Well, it seems to be that African American families will be harassed if they own homes in nicer subdivisions.
That’s all I can figure out from it.
KAREN – THE MOVIE seems like an unfunny SNL skit but it's an actual new thriller genre movie starring Taryn Manning. That means a production company actually spent money on this. Is it a wonder that the entertainment industry is hurting so much these days?pic.twitter.com/eBchu72VPf
— Price of Reason (@priceoreason) June 22, 2021
I definitely thought this Karen movie was an SNL skit. But then it went on for so long 🤭 and it’s a real movie (?!) 🤭
— Aline Mello (@thealinemello) June 22, 2021
The Karen trailer was funnier than anything SNL has done in years. https://t.co/55e97sAsoG
— Stephen L. Miller (@redsteeze) June 23, 2021
That Karen trailer looks like an extremely bad SNL skit.
— TAIGASTYLE 🐯 (@theleemoriarty) June 22, 2021
Who knows? Maybe there’s a twist in the end of the movie that says, “hey, actually being friendly across the races of America is totally the norm, and people of any race should totally feel comfortable buying real estate anywhere they’d like.”
I’m not holding my breath, though.
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