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Venn Diagrams of Popular Movies and Their Black Counterparts

A Very Special Guest Article by Casey O’Donnell
People are always finding ways to make things more accessible to their particular culture.  Take the taco, for example: Hispanic cultures have been eating delicious tacos for a long time, but then some Americans got a hold of it and said, "y’know what the problem with this taco is? It’s not a salad!", and lo and behold, the Taco Salad was born.  This seems to happen a lot with popular movies, too.  With that in mind, we decided to use venn diagrams to compare and contrast some famous movies and their black counterparts.


27 Responses to "Venn Diagrams of Popular Movies and Their Black Counterparts"

  1. Anonymous says:

    Ummm sorry for the troll, but Frakenstein is the name of the “Brilliant doctor” not of the monster. Unless, of course, you are implying that the monster is in fact the doctor for perverting the laws of nature, which is actually the undertone of the book…..

  2. Anonymous says:

    pretty sure alcohol is a drug

  3. Anonymous says:

    “What lead in The Wiz used drugs? Diana Ross has no drug history. There’s never been a hint of drug scandal with her. Fail.”

    Is alcohol a drug? She was arrested in 2002 for DUI and served a brief jail term as well as a stint in rehab.

  4. khia213 says:

    What lead in The Wiz used drugs? Diana Ross has no drug history. There’s never been a hint of drug scandal with her. Fail.

  5. MrFuzzyPants says:

    How about “Enter the Dragon” vs. “The Last Dragon”.

  6. Reil says:

    “That’s right,” the man said. “I couldn’t remember the word.” He was the only t, then high school students, and, finally, to anyone aged 13 and over. The website currently has more than 175 million active users in amount of visitors, making Facebook the most popular social network, followed by MySpace and Twitter.other human at the loading dock this morning. The man didn’t have a name, just a number, like the rest of the robots. Paris, at Night.

  7. Anonymous says:

    Taboo movies VS modern XXX movies

  8. Adam says:

    I laughed…

  9. Anonymous says:

    What about A Blaffair to Rememblack?

  10. suomynona says:

    “hispanic cultures have been enjoying delecious tacos for a long time” i fucking lul’d

  11. spanky says:

    Anyone ever seen frankenhooker. Girl has a facial tic and goes around to random guys using catchy phrases like “your cute, wanna date?”
    Tried it a couple of times myself (the line not the tic)no luck though. Mabey I’ll have to try it with girls.

  12. Horny Chick says:

    I don’t know much about comparirng blacksploitation movies, but when is comes to Adult Webcams, you can’t go wrong here…

  13. justin says:
    Oooh. That’s a good one.
  14. Yurles says:

    Should have done Austin Powers vs. Undercover Brother

  15. Anonymous says:

    Yeah, my non-TV-watching ass just found that out. I lose. My apologies to … Anonymous? Wow, that could be me for all I know …

  16. dave says:

    Calm down, dude, that is simply a reference (an apt reference at that) to “30 Rock”. But at least you didn’t overreact.

  17. Anonymous says:

    A rare miss from the HT team. I think this is the first article I was too bored with to finish…

  18. matt pilot says:

    hey thanks for sharing. of course on the other hand no one gives a shit

  19. Anonymous says:

    That’s probably because A) it doesn’t exist, and B) that is the single most humorless, gawd-awful faceplant of a post I have seen on this site in almost a whole week.

  20. Anonymous says:

    you forgot “A Blaffair to Rememeberack”

  21. Morty says:

    Or the Blunchblack of Blotre Blame…(Simpsons quote)

  22. Yurles says:

    or Leprechaun vs. Leprechaun: In the Hood

  23. Anonymous says:

    i see what u did there.

  24. mcrapey says:

    what about Men in Black v. Black Men in Black Men? I guess that was more of a gay and black counterpart?

  25. Anonymous says:


  26. Pierre says:

    venn diagram fail