woof, I didn't sign up for these emotions! is love a lie?
Not to be that "the book is better than the movie" person, but DAMN the book is better than the movie. Every way the movie diverges from what is written in Bryan Stevenson's book seems to negatively portray the black characters. In aims to make this movie have "more conflict" or be "more dramatic," we see Walter McMillian, a man who is characterized in the book as kind, patient & compassionate be combative and angry. And though black anger is rightfully…