I Do Movies Badly: Ma

Ma is neither great nor terrible, though its quality would certainly lean more towards the latter if not for the casting of and rewriting for Octavia Spencer, whose portrayal of a character not written to be African-American lends a subtext of tokenism and how victimization perpetuates victimization. 

After a discussion of the film, some news on the direction of the podcast for the remainder of the year (SPOILERS: it’s horror).

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  1. FictionIsntReal says:

    You’ve gone right from People Under the Stairs to this, without a “Get Out” post here at BP.

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