Do the Right Thing
“Wake up! Wake up! Up you wake!” 108FM Senor LoveDaddy starts it all off with a good morning and the weather “Today's temperature's gonna rise up over 100 degrees.” Brooklyn, New York, a town with Koreans, Jews, Italians, whites, and a lot of blacks seem to be living to together just fine. Yet in such a small town who would have ever guessed that problems this big could ever occur about such a simple thing, race. In this multi-ethnic community the thought of others being racist gets completely out of hand causing riots, violence, and even loss of people in the town. Doing what you believe may not always be simple to do and everyone may not agree with you but one should always remember to do the right thing. In this movie Buggin’ out, Mookie, and Sal did what they believed but in some cases this does not mean they actually did the right thing. Buggin’ out is an example of a black man that thinks every person that isn’t black is racist. He is the start of all the drama in the movie. First he starts a fight with Sal about how there are no photo’s of black people on the wall at Sal’s. “Yo, Sal, we're gonna boycott your fat pasta ass.” This is the starting tension of racism, all because of Buggin’. He starts trying to get people to help boycott Sal’s and nobody agrees until radio decides to. Buggin’ also starts trouble when a white guys scuffs up his shoes with his bike when it was simply an accident. He really blew that out of proportion. Finally Buggin’ finds someone to boycott Sal’s, Radio. They both go in there and the all start screaming and fighting. If Buggin’ out didn’t worry about how Sal decorated his restaurant there would have been so much peace in the movie. Most of the anger and hate came from what Buggin’ said and did. Radio wouldn’t have died and the entire riot wouldn’t have begun if Buggin’ just shut his mouth like mookie told him too. Buggin’ out should have done the right thing by listening to Mookie’s advice....
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