How to get over the hate in this world

If you’re one of those people who doesn’t get to go to the movies, or have to stay home from work, then you’re probably not a fan of this year’s crop of movies. 

And that’s understandable.

The 2016 slate was the first year in which the movie industry hasn’t gone full-blown hatefest, and with good reason: it was the year when the movie business exploded in its second year.

That explosion happened in the wake of an epidemic of hate crimes against black people, immigrants, and queer people in the U.S. That epidemic is one that we’re still trying to solve and it’s still ongoing.

And while we’re on the topic of movies, one of the most glaringly obvious signs of the epidemic is that many of the best movies were released during the year of the hate.

There are two ways to look at this: One is to take a look at how these movies were made, and the other is to look to how many hate crimes have been committed in 2016.

To do that, I’ve broken down the list of hate-crime-free movies from the first month of the year to the third month of 2016.

The good news is that 2017 has been the safest year for movies ever.

That’s not necessarily a bad thing, but we should be careful not to make sweeping generalizations here. 

It’s also worth noting that 2016 was a particularly terrible year for films, with some of the worst years ever in terms of box office gross. 

However, the movie world was pretty much united in their love of the first few weeks of the calendar year. 

In fact, the entire summer movie season is now a time of year of celebrating the movies that made them, with a lot of new films popping up every year.

This means that the year in movies was not just about the movies; it was about the people who made the movies.

We’re all human, right?

So to make sure that we get a good idea of how the movie-going experience has changed since the last time we were able to watch a movie, here’s a look back at the best hate-free films of the past year.1. 

Fences (2016) It might not be the most technically impressive film in the series, but it’s probably the most politically astute.

This is the story of a black man who is charged with murder by his white co-defendant, who is in league with the government to try to keep him behind bars for the rest of his life.

The film tells the story through a number of black characters who get the opportunity to confront their experiences through the lens of the black experience.

A number of characters are also murdered. 

“Fences” was nominated for an Academy Award for best picture in 2016, and was nominated again for a Golden Globe in 2017. 


The Dark Tower: The Drawing of the Three (2015) This is one of a number, if not the most successful, entries in the “best of” genre in the world.

The first film in this series follows the journey of a young man named Roland Deschain, who has been sent to an isolated, desolate mountain to find a lost civilization.

His journey takes him across an entire world in a quest to find the lost sword that has been left behind by his father, the master of the Dark Tower, and find the source of the dark magic that is plaguing the world and enslaving the people. 

This film was nominated and won a Golden Globes for Best Picture, Best Director and Best Actor. 


Hail, Caesar!

(2016)(2017) In the second movie in the Dwayne Johnson and Chris Pratt film franchise, two of the characters, Caesar and Lola, have to work to save their town from the impending wrath of a murderous group of thugs known as The Scarface Gang.

It’s a very different tone from the earlier film in which they were battling against the Scarface gang, but both films are set in a similar climate and are set against the backdrop of a time when the Black Panthers and other civil rights activists were protesting. 

We are, in fact, in a place where a group of men is attempting to turn the entire world into a war zone and to do so they have a large, well-known, and well-funded military organization, The Scar-face Gang, backing them up.

They’ve got a lot more money and a lot less power than they have before, but they’re going to do it anyway.

They’re also trying to use their newfound power to destroy any resistance that exists.

And if they’re not able to win, they’re definitely going to kill every last one of them. 


Crimson Peak (2016  ) When a team of FBI agents find themselves working