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Mahershala Ali and Viggo Mortenson’s newly-memorized Golden Globe winner Green Book is not objective but a very good movie; its approach in the simple ways that racial differences in America can be healed with lazy “common sense” activities is positive Crash -esque and there is strong criticism from the family of Alias character, the acclaimed pianist Donald Shirley, who says his story of an unlikely interracial friendship between his two leaders is mostly accident. The film’s co-author, Nick Vallelonga – not even, temporarily, the son of Mortenson’s gracious racist Tony – may have been able to offer a defense of his film on social media tonight, except he cannot, because he removed his Twitter account after people found an anti-Muslim tweet he made back in 2015.
Per Variety said tweet-directed to the bad candidate Donald Trump-propagated the popular among racist assholes belief that Muslim-Americans “celebrated” World Trade The center case on September 11, 2001. In fact, Vallelonga claims that he has seen it himself, right there on teevee. People were also quick to point out that Ali who has had a lot of time trying to express his pride in his legitimately good performance as Shirley, while making his condemnation for taking responsibility for his part in the film’s fast-paced pile of Deficiencies – is itself a member of the Muslim faith and may require more than sharing a beer and a family dinner to be perfectly okay with Vallelonga’s comments on the members of his religion.
Seriously, but: What a shooting show. At least, the rest of the film’s production team does just fine. In fact, let’s just open Twitter, and check out to see which ol director Peter Farrelly is up to tonight …
Okay, we’re out. 19659007]