Emoji Movie Heals America’s Political Division

Jack Julow, Writer

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The critically acclaimed animated film “The Emoji Movie,” directed by visionary director, Tony Leondis, has been drawing comparisons to “The Godfather” and other legendary works of art. While some critics call this comparison unjust, due to the film’s crude, immature nature, Emoji fans are pointing to Patrick Stewart’s performance as Poop, the poop emoji, as the performance this year.

“The Emoji Movie” tells the story of Gene, an outsider “meh” emoji, who struggles to fit into society and and cannot control his expressions, along with the journey that teaches him that it is okay to have all expressions. The themes portrayed in this complex, deep movie are original and serve as a warning to America about its current path.

Today in America’s politically charged times, special interest groups have begun to establish identities that control expressions. The film calls out the cults of outrage and the dangers of expressions being controlled in modern times. Gene is an allegory, representing the average American, often being put into one category. The cinematic masterpiece encourages people of all backgrounds to break the status quo and be forgiving to others of opposite beliefs, as everyone expresses emotion.

America’s divide has been healed by the powerful messages in this movie as the division between the left and the right has dissolved into a strong companionship as one national community. In fact, after the premiere of the film in New York City, the “Hug Seen Round the World” was witnessed by many, as Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump embraced each other.  Democrats and Republicans have since merged into the new party, the Emoji Party for Emoticons.

Conservatives and liberals rejoice: “The Emoji Movie” is finally the great unifier of America’s former political discourse, and people are once again expressing their true emotions.  

“The Emoji Movie” is playing at multiplexes, arthouse theatres, and in IMAX 3D in select locations.

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  1. Warner Buell on October 6th, 2017 3:05 pm

    I did not know that the Emoji movie was trying to unify Americans until I read this article, This article was very well explained.

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