In this week’s Weekly Clickables, we have a review, a few lists, and some fan art. Plenty to soothe your post-Super Bowl blues (or to entertain you in a regular way).

  • First, a review of the new James Baldwin documentary I Am Not Your Negro, which by almost all accounts is life-changing, and which I was supposed to see and review on Friday until they canceled all showings at the theater near me. Not that I’m bitter or upset in any way. This review at least gives a taste of what seeing the film might actually be like, courtesy of The Guardian.
  • Next, the The AV Club provides a list of films capturing the experience of immigrating to the U.S.
  • Screen Rant shared some fan art by a Justice League fan disappointed that not all members are included in the upcoming film.
  • Following Melissa McCarthy’s appearance as Sean Spicer this weekend, maybe you’re in the mood for some more satire. Here is a list of 15 satirical films, courtesy of Taste of Cinema.
  • Finally, in the interest of adding some depth to the perception of Muslims and Islam, here is a list of movies with positive portrayals of Muslims, courtesy of Reviewae.

That’s it for this week, folks. Check back next Monday for more of the best movie stuff from the rest of the Internet!

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