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Kyle Beaudet : Y'all realize they aren't mad at Cassius for being "Successful" they're mad at him for selling literal slave labor and for crossing the picket line, being a scab is the greatest sin of all collectivist politics and that's what he did, again so that he could go sell slave labor.

Miss Emma official : This is the most shallow "deep dive" into a satirical, metaphorical movie i think i've ever watched. It's like Watching Kubrick's 2001 and saying the whole meaning of the movie is that aliens made dave a space baby because future stuff. You guys hit on a few strong points but didn't seem to fully analyze or open up to the implications of such, such as the constant monetary value of people's lives. Anti-capitalism and anti-slave labor are the big picture, but you have to recognize the smaller metaphor, allegory, and the over the top hyperbole that makes up that bigger picture. It explains WHY these things are "bad" in a less straightforward way.

The Goober : What worry free is offering isn't voluntary. the option is work for them or starve on the street, hardly a voluntary choice

Kyle Beaudet : TH E EXPLOITATION OF CAPITALISM IS FINE UNTIL YOU DRUG SOMEONE. I DON'T KNOW HOW I ENDED UP HERE BUT I AM VERY MAD NOW.

StoneyGamerNetwork : The girlfriend character and their relationship was depicted well. I also like how nothing was “easy” and there were no real “fixes” to Cash’s problems. Great metaphors for modern life

She Hate Me : great review

MrRaySmuckles : I think you guys missed out on understanding significant portions of the film and its message. Many of the interpretations and conclusions you have drawn seem to be the opposite from the ones myself, those I went to the movie with, and the posts online. Perhaps there is some ideological divide that prevents certain people from interpreting the themes of the film. For example: "the union organizing felt antiquated and like propaganda." On the contrary, I'd say organizing labor is as relevant and important as ever before. Its one of the major platforms of the movie, so it stands to reason that if you're not down with that, then you're most likely not down with the rest of the things in the film.