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John Lee Hancock

In the wake of Donald Trump's victory, some movies don't feel like they were intended to

In the wake of Donald Trump's victory, some movies don't feel like they were intended to

Observing cable news and Twitter over the last few weeks — through half-closed eyes, like a squeamish child at his brother’s bris — we’ve watched  the unlikely specter of a Donald Trump presidency take shape. The left-field Cabinet picks. The potential business conflicts of interest. Even, as of last weekend,  neo-Nazis saluting the incoming leader. This month's news landscape bears as much resemblance to a normal cycle as a sand dune does ‎to an ice cream cone.

But current events are where we’d expect things to look different. More surprising is that entertainment has begun assuming new forms too. ‎

The Trump victory is so...

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