Excuse me, I found a… thing.
It’s a dance/comedy movie called Step Sisters and it’s streaming on Netflix now.
It’s as if Netflix went to their little movie making machine and typed in ‘college-based comedy’, ‘some kind of competitive sport’, and ‘woke pls’.
In short, it’s a dance movie that tries to send an important message about diversity and inclusion and wokeness etc.
LISTEN: The scene in front of the mirror where a tearful Tonya Harding roughly applies her makeup was never in the script, but with a bit of improvisation, Margot Robbie made it the film’s most memorable moment. Post continues after audio…
The movie follows the story of Jamilah, an African American college student who seems to have her whole life figured out… until she doesn’t.
She’s the president of her sorority, captain of their champion step dance crew, student liaison to the college Dean, and a shoe-in for Harvard Law School.
But when her parents refuse to give her a legacy reference for Harvard, Jamilah has to ask the Dean for help.
He tells her he’ll give her a reference if she teaches a troubled white sorority how to step.