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Plots of Nineteen-Eighties Movies if Their Protagonists Had Been People of Color

“Back to the Future”

Not wanting to travel to the past (for obvious reasons), Marty and Doc Brown travel to the future, and, finding it significantly better than the present, decide to stay.

“E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial”

As Cambodian refugees themselves, Elliott and his family are able to walk E.T. through the asylum process. After getting a green card, E.T. settles in California and opens a successful chain of laundromats called “Foam Home.”

“The Breakfast Club”

The five? ?Shermer High School students attend all-day detention together for what will be the first of twelve all-day detentions they receive that year—a rate of disciplinary action far exceeding that of their white peers. Thirty-five years later, the “Shermer Five,” as they come to be known, are discussed at length in an episode of the podcast ?“Nice White Parents.”

“Ferris Bueller’s Day Off”

In the words of Ferris Bueller’s—or, rather, Ferris Bulele’s—parents,

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