American So Woke is a screenwriter, Hollywood outcast and political/social activist blogging about culture, politics, technology or whatever else interests him, from a nationalist perspective.

'Transformers: The Last Knight' Prominently Features Ché Mural In Robot Sanctuary Cuba

'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.  

fullsizeoutput_131b.jpeg
fullsizeoutput_1319.jpeg

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.

Paramount-Pictures.JPG

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.

Stunning, Moody ‘Blade Runner 2049’ Has Trouble Establishing An Emotional Connection. Spoilers Below.

Stunning, Moody ‘Blade Runner 2049’ Has Trouble Establishing An Emotional Connection. Spoilers Below.

Why The Next Three Terminator Reboots That No One Wanted Will Fail

Why The Next Three Terminator Reboots That No One Wanted Will Fail