Allison M. 🌱’s review published on Letterboxd:
The writers of Blindspotting also act in this modern-day parable of racial tension and inequality in Oakland. The dialogue feels natural and real even when the characters admit they don’t know what they’re saying. Watching the trailer after the film (on another day at another theater), they draw on the energy without giving much away. As in real life, some characters go too far. The film was solid overall, disturbing only for how much truth seeps from it.
The main characters have disdain for vegan burgers which keep popping up everywhere. Personal note: for me, that'd be a nice problem to have.