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Zendaya’s newest film, Malcolm & Marie dropped Friday.


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Without giving too much away, it’s a story about two lovers, Malcolm (John David Washington) and Marie (Zendaya), quarreling all throughout the night after the premiere of Malcolm’s newest movie.


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Cinematically, it’s beautifully made.

“Quarreling” is really the key word here. The film is 106 minutes long and they fight for approximately 103.258 minutes.


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If their emotions were in actual roller coaster form, it would be the scariest roller coaster in the world.

Naturally, the internet has jokes.


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Malcolm stayed talking about The Lego Movie.

But one of the best jokes came from this man right here: Ryan Ken. He posted a TikTok from the point of view of Malcolm and Marie’s neighbors.


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It also feels like a Calvin Klein ad just like the movie.

In the video, he pretends to be Malcolm and Marie’s neighbors listening to them fight… again.


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The robe, the black and white filter, the look of judgment — it’s all too perfect.

He even pretends to be talking to someone else — both of them are baffled by the drama.


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He’s obviously on Marie’s side.

And then he debates the typical thought-process most people would go through when listening to their neighbors scream at each other at the top of their lungs.


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This neighbor lowkey loves the drama though.

“She don’t need to go back over there.” He said what we were all thinking.


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That’s right, Ryan!

But the real cherry on the top of the cake is his final jab, poking fun at the unnaturally sophisticated level of dialogue used in the film.


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“Solipsistically” had me crying.

Well done, Ryan. If this movie gets nominated for anything, they should also consider Ryan’s performance for “outstanding supporting actor.”





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