'Transformers: The Last Knight' Prominently Features Ché Mural In Robot Sanctuary Cuba
I largely practice what I preach when I urge all of you to cut off your support for Hollywood. That said, I do like to analyze pop culture content that reaches the widest audiences in order to enlighten you and smash Cultural Marxism in the process.
When I do watch a movie, I aim for the cheaper matinees, rent it, etc. I did exactly this when I rented newly-available Transformers: The Last Knight. This movie stunk too, as its disappointing box office performance suggests. They recycled a storyline from Transformers: Dark of the Moon. It was also far too long and suffered from a poor plot and action fatigue. WTH is King Arthur doing in a Transformers movie anyway?
Now, on to the mural.
Michael Bay, his writers and producers didn't take any digs at evil monster Ché, and Cuba is portrayed as a lax place for hunted Transformers to chill out because the government there leaves them alone. Yeah, it's almost like they wanted to show Cuba as a sanctuary.
A communist dictatorship portrayed as a rustic getaway? Well, I'll be darned. Kids are likely to love a place that's nice to Transformers. Maybe Communism gets a bad rap, eh comrades?
But wait, isn't this just coincidental? No. No, it isn't.
Every frame of a film, especially a tentpole like Transformers, is meticulously crafted to convey a message. Does Michael Bay or one of his paymasters like China or a Paramount executive or an executive producer on the project have a soft spot for Cuba? Hmmmmmmm.
This is troubling. But hey, at least Transformers fans know Cuba's a chill place to lay low, just like cop killer Joanne Chesimard is doing at this very moment.
The viewing public may not be onto you, Michael Bay, but I am. Quit cucking to commies. 13 Hours was an excellent, important, patriotic film. It'd be a shame to continue shading yourself with cucked movies like Transformers: The Last Knight.