Have you ever watched a good movie and started overthinking everything?
That was me while watching Netflix’s They Cloned Tyrone. Not only was it entertaining, but there were so many things to catch.
I rounded up 19 things (in no particular order) that might’ve gone over your head. Even if it didn’t, you might learn something new. So, walk with me!
If you’ve never seen or heard of Hollow Man, this reference probably went over your head.
Now, I could be making something out of nothing, but there was a tiny message behind these losing scratch-off cards.
The subtle mention of gentrification.
Fast food has a chokehold on poor communities.
Music can control human emotions.
Ah, the hip-hop to violence pipeline.
The hood can, indeed, come together.
Here’s the perm plague!
Slick Charles consumed the powdery substance twice before the restaurant scene.
There was a civil war in the neighborhood.
Anything is more likely to get funding faster than schools in poor communities.
The bad guys using religion as a form of control.
The movie on the TV in this scene is Bloodsport.
Fontaine is a clone but isn’t affected when he says, “Olympia Black.”
The girl highlighted in various missing persons flyers throughout the movie was reunited with her family.
The advertisement of “safe science” throughout the film.
The powerful people tried to hide their real agendas behind “fake positivity.”
In Yo-Yo’s stack of Nancy Drew books, you can see one titled The Hidden Staircase.
Call Tyrone? More like they cloned him. Erykah Badu changed her hit song lyrics up just a tad bit.
I’m sure there are a lot more messages in this film that social media users will talk about after multiple viewings. What hidden details from They Cloned Tyrone really stuck with you? Let me know in the comment section below!
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