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If you read Collider regularly, you know I’m not so secretly a big fan of Late Night with Seth Meyers. Not only did Seth Meyers himself fill a major void that was left by Jon Stewart by leaning more into politics with the show, but he’s also made Late Night a terrific showcase for his talented writers. Segments like “Amber Says What!” and “Jokes Seth Can’t Tell” are both uproariously funny and strikingly pointed, and that “comedy with a strong point of view” mold continues with Late Night’s latest movie parody: White Savior: The Movie.
Much like previous spoofs like Boston Accent, Newspaper Movie, and Oscar Bait, the Late Night team has put together a very funny pre-recorded bit that zeroes in on a particular subject. This time, the “white savior” trope is the target, obviously inspired by the success of (and...
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