Bright: The Apotheosis of Lazy Worldbuilding | Video Essay

01 Th02, 2018
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  • I think that the "Fairy Lives Don't Matter" scene probably was supposed to show a hatred of magical things. As this video points out, though, that doesn't really make sense. Fairies are just pests that humans have lived with deep into historical time. Beyond that, though...I mean, he really isn't generally that hateful toward what we'd see as fantasy creatures. He's not great, but with that as set-up, it feels like he should be godawful.

    Mi NXMi NXNgày trước
  • One wonders , stupidly I admit, how Cultural appropriation works in the Brite umiverse...DAMN IT Brite!!!

    LucianCorrvinous Son of HekatéLucianCorrvinous Son of Hekaté4 ngày trước
  • Movie was such trash even will smith couldent save it

    Bennett RobertsBennett Roberts10 ngày trước
  • I didn't like this film so I didn't finish watching it. Now let's find out why it's bad xd.

    Angelo DavisAngelo Davis11 ngày trước
  • This movie reminds me of the shadowrun universe a little bit, which is a weird (but very good!) mishmash of fantasy and cyberpunk set in the real world (late 21st century). Paraphrasing a bit here: but basically, in the far past, magic existed, then it dissapeared, our known history happened, recently (2012?) Magic, including fantasy races (being human subspecies named meta-humans) reappeared, with real life animals turning into fantasy variants (Bearded dragons becoming basilisks, a few others I dont remember.)- The list goes on, it's probably one of the worlds with the deepest worldbuilding ever, despite only diverging from our world in 2012 (Not counting the whole, magic existed before our known history-thing.) Go look it up, good shit!

    Julian RietveldJulian Rietveld12 ngày trước
    • Those games are awesome!!!

      Jane CreekJane Creek8 ngày trước
  • JRR Tolkien’s books are an allegory as well. Man racists are idiots.

    Jason AchillesJason Achilles12 ngày trước
  • WERE MEXICANS ONE OF THE NINE RACES; I choked

    Esteban MirandaEsteban Miranda13 ngày trước
  • three years late to this vid but have looooooong thought "Crash" was trash & set race relations back a decade. Still afraid to watch Bright. Have to wrork my way up to watch that level of hot garbage based on the trailer alone.

    TheNameIsMarksonTheNameIsMarkson13 ngày trước
  • Made me think of this as a crappy mash-up of zootopia and onward 😂

    Hannah RobbinsHannah Robbins14 ngày trước
  • Lindsy is very smart. So smart she forget stupid people excist and that movies are also made for them.

    stian hjørnevikstian hjørnevik14 ngày trước
  • Whenever I feel like I'm a bad writer, I just think on the fact that David Ayer is still employable at Hollywood.

    Raymond KravitzRaymond Kravitz15 ngày trước
  • can we please talk about them being called RACES. Different races can interbreed, like Homo Sapiens did with Homo Neandertalensis. So where are all the half-elves, quarter-orcs and the likes? Max should've called them SPECIES instead. Though I see this a lot in fantasy so I can't blame him too much.

    snow politicssnow politics15 ngày trước
  • i didn't watch this review, but i thought bright was good

    R WelchR Welch16 ngày trước
  • isn't the screenwriter max landis? what happened to him?

    Mohammad MehaboobMohammad Mehaboob17 ngày trước
    • There were rumours that women shouldn't be own their own with him, and furthermore there were rumours that there were a number of women who regretted being on their own with him. But these are just rumours.

      diver guydiver guy17 ngày trước
  • I would love her to read my prince of Moscow script

    J. OrtizJ. Ortiz18 ngày trước
  • If shrek exists in bright then smash mouth exists in a different universe and that's the most unbelievable part of this movie.

    Monday Morning MorganMonday Morning Morgan19 ngày trước
  • I think the Alamo comment was meant to illustrate how differently the two countries remember that moment in time but I learned that from this channel so I dunno

    Desmond DesjarlaisDesmond Desjarlais20 ngày trước
  • Has anyone ever thought that the bright world might be the result of a wish

    Robert BemisRobert Bemis20 ngày trước
  • It's great that I watched 11 minutes of this movie, but this is the third time I've watched this video. And I've only watched the first Transformers movie, but The Whole Plate series is like a mini film school. Lindsay is a master of turning shit into gold.

    toddhollentoddhollen21 ngày trước
  • I was going to call Lindsay out on her pronunciation of the great word "purposed", but then I realized I really should have better things to do.

    Dirk BastardreliefDirk Bastardrelief21 ngày trước
  • Dude. Bright had the ability to be so good!! AND IT JIST WASNT.

    Elise Brodeur-JacobsElise Brodeur-Jacobs24 ngày trước
  • "Race is a social construct, and we need to combat implicit racial biases if we are ever going to progress as a society. Anyways, back to what I was saying -- yes, I do think that this evil fictional species with green skin represents black people."

    DavidH0777DavidH077725 ngày trước
  • Ne plus ultra.

    synthstaticsynthstatic27 ngày trước
  • Imagine beating a raccoon to death in your yard and then saying “raccoon lives don’t matter today”

    CSGCSG28 ngày trước
  • "LA but with Orc homies" is my new favourite sentence omg

    _SavyDigital__SavyDigital_Tháng trước
  • i loved when they just had a centaur cop in the background and just. forgot about it.

    g00pbeastg00pbeastTháng trước
  • Ah yes, the classical fantasy races: Humans, Elves, Orcs... ... and Mexicans.

    Hugo GuzmanHugo GuzmanTháng trước
    • Who still get harassed for a battle that happened over a hundred of years ago 😂.

      Dewey DezimalDewey DezimalTháng trước
  • ok time for another round of, questions no one should be asking bit I still am. what are the full nine races? (humans, orcs elves, centaurs, dwarfs?) do the other racial groups have different ethnic groups like humans are clearly shown to have? like darkskined elves or paleskined orcs? (oversimplifying but whatever) can the different races crossbreed? if so would the results be more like a coydog (coyote + dog/wolf, who are fertile) or more like a mule (horse+donkey, who are infertile) if a non bright dies on touching a wand, and most brights are elves but not all elves are brights, would that not result in potentially a lot of dead elves? how do you test for a bright if you might potently kill anyone who is not? are wands the only way majic exists? if so who or what made them and how? if not how dose that other majic work, and is the wands only special due to their near reality bending power? Are elves the dominant race? are they dominant by population or by power (probably majic in this case) are fairies a race or an animal? if they are an animal are there a multitude of kinds of fairies (like are fairies a Broad category like rodents? or bird?) did the different racial groups develop in their own unique environments within their own "cradles of civilization" (like humans first developing in Mesopotamia while elves might have had their cradle of civilization near the rhine's river or orcs having their own near maybe the Nile or Niger River or something?) or did they all develop in the same area (if so why have they not competed each other out of existence at this point) were orcs part of the trans Atlantic slave trade? and the reason their culture is so similar to (stereotyped) African-American culture is because they were forced into a similar set of circumstances and formed a sort of co-opted hybrid culture? did slavery exist in this universe? how did the industrial revelation go? if majic is not only wand exclusive was it ever used or developed along with tec? are there other creatures we don't find in our world but would be perfectly normal in theirs, like dragons or multi headed dogs? what did the dark lord actuly do? beyond starting some kind of war. like war's bad but hardly enough to earn you a title of "Dark lord". are there plants that would seem magical and strange in our existence but are perfectly normal house plants in their world? natzies? world wars? what would they have fought for and how would be putting who in camps?(yikes) are some of the nine races native only to a specific continent (not to mention islands) like were there Native American orcs along with humans? do different places in the world call the different races different things like orcs are called orcs in the u.s.a but ogers in china and bogarts in the uk? That whole American thing (revelotion, westward expansion, Wild West, ect) are religions different depending on what race it came from? wtf is unblooded? and last but most importantly is shrek a historical figure or is it the same as for us and would that movie be considered racist?

    Herd DragonHerd DragonTháng trước
  • 33:13 if you think only black folks dress like that...You need to visit New Jersey.

    Kieran LawKieran LawTháng trước
  • The citadel of ricks episode of rick and morty did this plot better

    Spooky BananaSpooky BananaTháng trước
  • I saw Crash. It sucked.

    Miami ExplorerMiami ExplorerTháng trước
  • I actually like the idea of modern fantasy

    Levi KaldenLevi KaldenTháng trước
  • This concept of mixing real life settings with high fantasy sounds amazing. Looking forward to a day someone properly executes it.

    Iván Joaquín RodríguezIván Joaquín RodríguezTháng trước
  • I love "The Boys" but its world-building has similar problems. It's basically the modern world with superheroes slapped on top. But in that universe, real superheroes have been around since at least the 1940s, so it doesn't really make sense that things like Harry Potter would still exist because that world would seem tame if we know there are real people who can massacre thousands with a mere glance. There are other implications, but that's the one that sticks out to me. (But The Boys does such a good job of exploring the broader implications of super-powered individuals in the real world that I can easily forgive the fact that its in-world history is basically the same as our own.)

    Zachery AcuffZachery AcuffTháng trước
    • I think the same about the MCU but to a broader extent (actually any big universe that is an adaptation of a popular story set some time after said story appeared for the first time like BBC'S Sherlock) Tony Stark appeared in comics for the first time in 1963, him being a pastiche of Howard Hughes. In the MCU, Tony Stark as Iron Man appears for the first time in 2008, those are 45 years of no reference at all to not only Iron Man/Tony Stark, but also anything that may have been influenced by him. I'm not saying that some kid read those comics and when he grew up he got inspired to become the robotic engineer that gave us something like the first smartphone but even the tiniest influence could have a snowball effect. I still love the MCU for its world building but that is something that is always in the back of my mind

      KrinKrinTháng trước
    • I think The Boys is in the same category as District 9 and Who Framed Roger Rabbit in that the human vs superhero relation is a main point of the story, as mentioned in this video. Also, it has the relatively recent divergence from our real history.

      Alice WangAlice WangTháng trước
  • I knew I didn't like this movie for a reason.

    Nicole BabbNicole BabbTháng trước
  • "...World of Warcraft, which influenced the Elder Scrolls games..." Oof, don't do the Elder Scrolls dirty like that! The first Warcraft game came out six months after the first Elder Scrolls (and since I'm being that guy, WORLD of Warcraft didn't come out until a decade after).

    TerzaGuardiaTerzaGuardiaTháng trước
  • The missing link for Bright is the shadowrun rpg. But the world building in the shadowrun rpg makes much more sense because the magic races only existed in the modern world after the "ghost dance incident" maybe a hundred or so years before the main plot begins.

    Eva RinaldiEva RinaldiTháng trước
  • I actually liked the movie to a degree but it is a huge missed opportunity. They just splashed Lord of the Rings onto End of Watch and called it a day, such a shame since I absolutely _love_ the concept I wish it was executed better

    xxxCrackerJack501xxxxxxCrackerJack501xxxTháng trước
  • 0:48 I am utterly delieghted by Jack's face there. Just " What?? Um, ok..."

    The Magic Lemur [EAT THE RICH]The Magic Lemur [EAT THE RICH]Tháng trước
  • something that's really disappointing to me is such great visual design was wasted on this garbage. Like the supernatural deaths early in the movie look amazing and its so wasted

    Micayla MMicayla MTháng trước
  • As a Mexican getting shit for the Alamo, I've always been with Antonio López de Santa Anna.

    Luis SilvaLuis SilvaTháng trước
  • Before watching this movie, I thought of this theory that this is a parallel universe where not only fantasy creatures exist, but America was colonized by its original discover, Leif Eriksson, which led to the vast majority of fantasy creatures being from Norse mythology. And damn, that's already way better than their actual worldbuilding of "Return Of The King happened in real life but the only change was the Alamo being a bigger deal", and I'm not a good writer.

    Rafael GeraldoRafael GeraldoTháng trước
  • I've literally spent 3 years thinking that Bright actually didn't have a screenwriter because I'm not so inside baseball that I'd get the joke and now I feel dumb :(

    Gokudera117Gokudera117Tháng trước
  • I like this vid, and I like the broad point about alternative history. BUT: "...'Crip-walk your asses on back to the barbecue'...the crips [exist]...[a lot of simplified history]...it follows that the Atlantic slave trade existed." That's maybe reaching. Just a little. I'm not even touching Constantine. But the issue you don't deal with (and okay, neither does Bright) is the alternative ways the world might have reached the structures we have today. But the point about how human racism functions in a world with non-human racism is really, really good.

    Lizzy MLizzy MTháng trước
  • With the context of this poorly thought out universe and the implication of the Disney company and dragons, I have to seriously question if in the Bright universe there was critical backlash regarding animal cruelty in Sleeping Beauty...

    Juliana SchonebergerJuliana SchonebergerTháng trước
  • I know it’s three years later and this isn’t a very fleshed out thought but all of the failures of this movie to be about racism in any meaningful way make me wonder if racism against orcs would fit better as an allegory for misogyny. Think about it, the original sin parallel, the... that’s all I got, actually.

    Freya BussFreya BussTháng trước
    • @Enzo José fair enough

      Freya BussFreya BussTháng trước
    • That doens't work because the concept of original sin is only for christians. Other countries that are not christians still being misoginist in their own ways.

      Enzo JoséEnzo JoséTháng trước
  • TLD;R: tries to be deep but comes off as stupid and messy.

    Emanuel RojasEmanuel RojasTháng trước
  • Racism and prejudice exists within races so it’s totally believable that humans would still be racist toward one another as well as racist towards orcs and elves. Humans love to ‘us and them’ any way they can.

    Joe JoeJoe JoeTháng trước
  • Woah woah woah - the mention of something does not imply it exists in the same form as we know it. Shrek might have been made by a different guy, who worked for Nickelodeon, about an ugly orc instead of an ogre

    ziglausziglausTháng trước
  • This essay gets more and more interesting as time goes by.

    Djed VartanesDjed VartanesTháng trước
  • 0:02

    big cloverbig cloverTháng trước
  • i miss when chance the rapper was a movie critic

    jeonghan supremacistjeonghan supremacistTháng trước
  • did nobody in the entire editing process see the issue with the line "fairy lives don't matter today"? i mean, not only is there the issue with using the language of blm to talk about killing a mythical pest, but also fairy? could we not have used anything else that isn't also a derogatory term for gay people? like, this is literally the type of thing they are supposed to catch before releasing a movie, especially one about social issues.

    bridgetbridgetTháng trước
  • this movie sounds like an AI software wrote it

    Corrine SchaibleCorrine SchaibleTháng trước
  • I JUST REALIZED THIS EXPLAINS THE IDEA OF BEING MAD YOU CANT FLY THE CONFEDERATE FLAG. So we understand that in fact racism = prejudice+ power. But If you function under the notion that racism is rooted in the past wrongs of ancestors, that means you believe racism essentially equals prejudice at those who were once oppressors or attempted oppressors. So with that mindset the message becomes "it is wrong to be overtly angry about colonialism." with this idea we can basically interpret the dark lord as a hitler archetype and Jacoby could actually be interpretted as a someone with Nazis in their family history. and will smith as a black man who is being made to partner with a guy who himself isnt a white suprematist but also keeps telling his black partner to forget history.

    Emmette Renee De ZubiriaEmmette Renee De ZubiriaTháng trước
  • bright was a good movie in that if you don't care it's a good way to shut down your brain for 2 ish hours. the same way most Netflix movies are good movies. Something to watch when you need to shut down your brain.

    Maheer KibriaMaheer KibriaTháng trước
  • It’s just our world with more cosplayers

    Katia GarcíaKatia GarcíaTháng trước
  • As someone who spent almost a year working on the editing (assistant editor) of Bright... thank you for summing up everything that I hated about it. 🤪 I had to watch it over a hundred times, and every time I thought, “what a waste” Oh also, fun fact: They actually shot Wards relationship with his wife as it was written, with them being estranged. But initial test audience reactions found her “too bitchy” so they completely rewrote and reshot her character. Yeah, the movie was almost finished and they decided to completely rewrite his wife and essentially his motivation. Bad.

    Taylor TriesTaylor TriesTháng trước
  • Lindsay saying "urban gangsta flava" is maybe my favorite thing I've heard today

    Ryan ChristopherRyan ChristopherTháng trước
  • Yeah i still like the movie

    Ape GangApe GangTháng trước
  • Holy shit, I finally get that Roger Rabbit joke... 'On the rocks'... To be fair, I haven't seen it since I was 10

    Scarlett CursonScarlett CursonTháng trước
  • I don't know all that much about the property, but I have to wonder why, if they were gonna go with a premise like this, did they not try to tap into something like Shadowrun? Shadowrun has a very similar premise to this movie, albeit far more cyberpunk, so it may have been a little too futuristic for this movie, but I feel like they still could have learned a lot about how to mesh classic high fantasy with a gritty real-world setting from it.

    Ryan AhrRyan AhrTháng trước
  • I love this movie so much but u rite.

    Nikki OsborneNikki OsborneTháng trước
  • I WAS VERY MUCH READY FOR A MONSTER FACTORY CROSSOVER (@ 26:25) and now I am SADS

    Noelle HarrisonNoelle Harrison2 tháng trước
  • I THOUGHT THAT WAS THE RAP CRITIC!!

    Hannah ThompsonHannah Thompson2 tháng trước
  • Your points about Bright are important, but... I hope that doesnt make CRASH ok... Ok? The point about Crash being not right, incase anyone missed it, is that is does NOT advance the racial conversation, like its supposed to. It doesn't "work." I wouldn't bother talking about this stuff if I didn't care, so yes, lets express ourselves, make movies, and if you can write a story genuinely, go ahead and address social issues. It just does not work when its the other way arround. Much Love Everybody Peace.

    Livia LautenschlagerLivia Lautenschlager2 tháng trước
  • Jakoby deserved to be in a better movie.

    John VinalsJohn Vinals2 tháng trước
  • I enjoyed Bright. Wasn't great but still fun. Better then most shitty action movies.

    Mick DiPianoMick DiPiano2 tháng trước
  • Bright sounds like a lazy Shadowrun movie. Set in the present. And without any actual runners. And wtf is actually going on.

    WereDictionaryWereDictionary2 tháng trước
  • I tried to watch this movie a long time ago and I cannot make it through no matter how hard I tried. I would always fall asleep during it

    manzzz with the planzzzmanzzz with the planzzz2 tháng trước
  • That Tolkien quote always makes me smile, given how hard it is to not see LotR as a very clear allegory wrt to ww2.

    Paul TappingPaul Tapping2 tháng trước
  • Dark Lord apparently did something bad? But they never really explain how, why, or anything. By the end of the movie I was convinced that the Dark Lord did nothing wrong

    bitterzombiebitterzombie2 tháng trước
  • a while back, Irish (I think? might be a different group) weren’t considered ethnically white. this changed when brown people started becoming a thing. which begs the question: why the fuck would being Mexican matter when there’s fucking orcs and elves walking about? also the Dark Lord detail could’ve been better if they were a result the orcs’ anger against their oppression, giving it some actual nuance.

    oscar andersonoscar anderson2 tháng trước
  • Bright is the sort of movie I would never be inclined to watch anyways, but watching this made me especially glad I never saw it.

    Enai DeaLukalEnai DeaLukal2 tháng trước
  • So in conclusion: Max Landis is a horrible screenwriter and person

    SkeletønSkeletøn2 tháng trước
  • I had hopes that "Bright" would be closer to Terri Windling's "Bordertown" anthologies and was seriously disappointed when I had to opportunity to see the actual product. Makes me think that I could do better (and might try). I'm pleased that Tim Hickson recommended this video.

    Lee CarlsonLee Carlson2 tháng trước
  • I’m sorry but I will watch this movie until I die if only for the Shrek line

    Katy JonesKaty Jones2 tháng trước
  • this is one of my favorite videos of yours, and I just need you to know that currently, I am taking a class on the philosophy of race, and like 5 times during class today I had to keep myself from laughing because the phrase "are Mexicans one of the nine races?" would just pop into my head randomly. iconic video truly

    Arthur TaylorArthur Taylor2 tháng trước
  • About Orc's surnames, they used eastern and central european surnames, and referenced some war in Russia with orcs.

    Levenez GuilletLevenez Guillet2 tháng trước
  • "They're bringing drugs, they're bringing crime, they're bringing the Alamo..."

    Dexter PullyblankDexter Pullyblank2 tháng trước
  • I assume you've seen Pixar's Onward? I feel like it actually does a pretty good job of building a "modern-ish" world with fantasy tropes.

    Kyle StrandKyle Strand2 tháng trước
  • It's "Jakoby". Not "Jakoby". Don't beat yourself up. You only said it wrong about 84 times. Lol I had to stop myself from growling throughout the beginning of the video. You got it right after the first quarter. Lol Love your channel! I don't always agree with you (like in this instance) but damn it if I don't respect your view. Thanks for all the fish.

    Austin HudsonAustin Hudson2 tháng trước
  • My brain jumped to the cronenberg crash and I got very confused

    JazzyFizzleDrummersJazzyFizzleDrummers2 tháng trước
  • My brain started melting during the plot summary. And then the rest happened.

    MrDalisclockMrDalisclock2 tháng trước
  • Maybe Will smith had something to do with it the assness of the movie. After Earth was a Shyamalan disaster but people say will smith took control of the production and became the director, not to mention his son was able to be the star.

    Andrew HerreraAndrew Herrera2 tháng trước
  • Tolkien was all about using his own works as allegory for things ranging from Christian-Norse creation mythology, to his experiences during the First World War. For instance, the return of the Hobbits to the Shire at the end of the Lord of the Rings trilogy to find that the home they left was no longer as they knew, served as allegory for the changes already taking place in the author's childhood hometown during his youth, and the manner in which the Hobbits easily handle the invading Men led by Saruman and Wormtongue, is allegorical telling of how Tolkien came home from the war a changed man, unable to return to that state of innocence that existed when he left. The Frodo, Sam, Merry, and Pippin who left the Shire in The Fellowship of the Ring would not have been able to retake it, but the Hobbits who came back from the war were mature and hardened enough that Gandalf was confident in their abilities that they wouldn't need his help. Tolkien was simply opposed to in-your-face allegory, the sort C.S. Lewis often indulged in with his own works. Bright is the sort of faux-woke in-your-face messaging that, to quote Seth MacFarlane via Peter Griffin, "insists upon itself." The "writing," if one can call it that, is lazy, not at all thought out, insulting to the intelligence, and "defended" by the people behind it all through invoking false accusations of bigotry because nobody likes their craptastic product. As you point out, this all could have been saved in re-writing, as often as needed to make it work, but no one wants to be the adult in the room and tell today's crop of writers that they're not actually any good at writing. I can't imagine any of the writers, or for that matter, show runners like Brannon Braga, of the 1980s and 1990s ever being content to pass off such drivel as this. It's crap and would not have been produced. Likely Dean Devlin and Roland Emmerich would have shat it out, but really, when haven't they produced anything but utter garbage yet managed to get away with it?

    The Wilk ReportThe Wilk Report2 tháng trước
  • I forgot this movie existed

    the running manthe running man2 tháng trước
  • are the elves... Jewish?

    FoelancerFoelancer2 tháng trước
  • this movie both inspired me to both one day make a modern fantasy setting as well as contemplate suicide

    JJ BluefireJJ Bluefire2 tháng trước
  • I NEED MORE VIDEOS EXPLORING BAD WORLD BUILDING IMPLICATIONS. LINDSAY PLEASE FOR ALL THAT IS HOLY AND FOUGHT AGAINST THE DARK LORD!

    Don KassadinDon Kassadin2 tháng trước
  • While it is obviously the most minor of its many sins I shall forever be exasperated with Crash for sharing a title with one of my favorite films and therefore requiring me to specify that I enjoy David Cronenberg's Crash from 1996, not the terrible Oscar bait Crash.

    Dana WestDana West2 tháng trước
  • On Bright's lazy worldbuilding... I think I remember the original release window coming complete with a slapdash companion website that addressed a few points and that even shyly touched on the weirdness of the Nine Races' emancipation being such a big deal while *also* being sidestepped in favor of real-world events that led to Los Angeles' existence. There was some mention of some Franciscans being ready to shelter Orcs in need, but it was extremely, frustratingly shallow. Some earlier script treatments were a lot more careful with their injection of Fantasy elements in LA's historical background, but it does look like Ayer took a gander, ran some numbers and went "Nope, fuck it, all we need is orcs and elves onscreen, the rest can just be implied - and Orcs need to be Hella Street and shit so we pull in the demographics that wouldn't normally go for Urban Fantasy." And that's just sad on so many levels. It makes me hope that some author, somewhere, will take Bright's basic premise and actually *carefully* weave Fantasy elements into the modern world, so they feel as real and grounded as the historical stuff they coexist with.

    Daniel SauvéDaniel Sauvé2 tháng trước
  • My dad knew exactly little enough that he thought this was really smart and good and its painful.

    LexiLexi2 tháng trước
  • The nine races. 1 Humans 2 Goblins 3 Elves 4 Brezzik 5 Centaurs 6 Dwarves 7 Giants 8 Goblins 9 Mexicans 10 The Alamo 11 Orcs (I actually checked the wiki for this joke)

    Shadow WolfShadow Wolf2 tháng trước
  • I refuse to believe that an orc would get bullied more than a centaur.

    ouijacornouijacorn2 tháng trước
  • This could have been "Shadowrun" or "Victoriana" and it certainly was neither. Having two cops and a mysterious underworld is something Will Smith has done several times. I get why he would want to play K instead of J in one. He's old enough now.

    Dan HerrDan Herr2 tháng trước
  • "..............ehhhhI'm out" absolutely killed me too

    Andrew HolmesAndrew Holmes2 tháng trước
  • lmao fake Will Smith rapping his Bright theme

    Andrew HolmesAndrew Holmes2 tháng trước
  • 28:21 not to be mean but hella gangs out their names on their hats🤣🤣 like if you were from the hood you’d know that. But maybe ask someone who’s there before you say it’s innacurate asf.

    King PhyrrusKing Phyrrus2 tháng trước
  • There's a basic failure of language that caused the spark that imagined this story: elves, dwarves, mankind, orcs - these are SPECIES. You wouldn't call a donkey a race of horse, even if they can mate, and produce offspring. Races are a weak flawed concept, with little to no basis in biological reality. Yeah, some people who stayed in colder climates with little sunlight selected for lower levels of melanin. So fucking what. We are now a global species. One species. That's it.

    Javier LorenzanaJavier Lorenzana2 tháng trước
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