Discussion in 'The Cinema' started by Goldie, Jan 5, 2018.
Jus finished. 1 thing tho, the robbery/shoot out in the drive thru n them droppin off the cryin broad in the 1st ep did not come back up in the finale? Did i miss something, i expected it to come full circle.
it set the tone/theme for the season...which was robbin season
maybe we get a callback to it next season
This fake Fubu episode is hilarious
Spoke to soon. Shit was eerily realistic
Life I wonder, if it’ll take me under.....Idk......
Episode had me in my feelings. My dad bought me a Tommy Hilfiger jersey in 9th grade and I switched to Algebra midway through the year, and they were in there on my head like, "Check his tag! Tommy don't make jerseys!" And I had no idea wtf was going on or know shit about knockoff clothes. Clothes were just clothes up until that point, but I learned you were lame as fuck if you were black and wore Wranglers but it didn't matter what you wore as a white kid. Saddest, sorriest shit in the world in retrospect how that topic was hot for at least a month until confirmation came down from high that it was real.
Why is this.
Whats the root of this?
Man, Wranglers tight as fuck
I was packing as a shorty so that was a no go for me, idk about anyone else
The root is the idea that material items make us black folks better. That's why we're the biggest consumers in this country: we get sold on the idea that this brand makes us better, so we quest for it. I got friends who work at goddamn Enterprise be on snap and IG looking flyer than your favorite rapper and ain't even got bed frames.
Then you look at our millionaire musicians and shit: Bugatti outright said they didn't want rappers/hip hop types in their shit in open display of reverse psychology and who went and bought all the "rare" hyped shit? High school was just a conditioning ground to turn us into creatures like that.
Yeeeeeah I don't know about all that, but the shits I and other dudes had were as loose as Levi's and looser than them ultra tight Tommy's, but the minute a nigga shirt came up and that logo was seen it was "Ooooh! He got on Wranglers! Hahahaha!"
I know they gotta be gettin PAID
Bino aligns ATLs seasons w/ Kanye albums
During the Emmys' FYC screening and panel for Atlanta on Friday, Donald Glover shed some light on the expectations for season three of the critically-acclaimed FX series. "I align the seasons I think, to me, like Kanye records," Glover said, per IndieWire. "I feel like this is our ‘Graduation.’ This is probably our most accessible but also the realest — an honest version of it — and I feel like the most enjoyable, like the third album."
Atlanta aligning itself with Kanye albums isn't new information. The show's writer and executive producer Stephen Glover and director Hiro Murai said prior to the premiere of Robbin' Season that the second installment of the series that they would compare it to Late Registration, which also happened to be 'Ye's sophomore album. What is telling about Glover's remarks is the way he describes Graduation, and how it will translate to the overall tone of Atlanta's third season.
Following what many considered to be a much darker season, Atlanta appears to be going back to the formula that drew audiences in for season one. Stephen Glover adds that the show's long leash to get as experimental as they want is what excites them as they begin working on season three. "What’s exciting to me is that we can do almost anything… And also, all the writers are very excited to try to top themselves," he said.
A "most enjoyable" outlook for season three is great news, especially if Atlanta continues to a fourth season, which will probably get considerably darker again based on the albums by Kanye scale. West's fourth album was 808s & Heartbreak.