As far as T’Challa was concerned, everything in life was lovely. As far as N’Jadaka was concerned, everything in life was horrible.
Next, Klaue tried to sell the artifact that N’Jadaka helped him find, recognize, and steal.
Get Out implores T’Challa to kill Klaue or bring him back, and T’Challa pledges to bring him back.. Obviously ignoring the kill suggestion because that isn’t his style.
This sets up the alliance between Get Out and N’Jadaka when he brings Klaue to Wakanda dead in a bag after T’Challa failed to achieve what he told Get Out he would. Continue reading ““Black Panther” Film Discussion [Part 08: Conflict & Consequences]”
“I can’t beWeave it! 🙂 I can’t beWeave it! :)” is the joke that some friends and I would share back in the day, to indicate that we didn’t believe that a female in the vicinity was sporting her own hair.
Little did I know at the time that we were actually talking about extensions and not weaves. I didn’t actually become hip to the concept of hair additions that didn’t look fake until several years later.
I mean, I knew about wigs, but I didn’t know you could (would) actually attach them to someone’s head and have them rock it like a permanent hat.
I’m thinking about this because I finally saw Chris Rock’s film “Good Hair” yesterday, and it was way more educational than I had suspected. Continue reading “I can’t BeWeave It! (“Good Hair”)”