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Donald Trump: La La Land, Natalie Portman critiqued by parody account

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Donald Trump has never been shy about dishing out strongly worded opinions, and now a parody Twitter account is imagining the Republican presidential nominee’s thoughts on an array of highbrow films.

While last month Twitter had Trump breaking down films like The Lion King and Jaws with #TrumpExplainsMoviePlots, the account @ArtHouseTrump is tearing down some possible awards season contenders, Trump style.

Two of the more notable critiques on the parody account are of films that have earned critical praise at recent festivals, including Toronto and Venice. Apparently the upcoming Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone film La La Land is “a second rate movie premiering at a second rate festival!,” referring to its bow in Italy. Also getting a harsh review is Natalie Portman’s performance in Jackie, which has garnered early Oscar buzz. “Many people saying Natalie Portman trying too hard for an Oscar nom with Jackie! No one likes desperation! Sad!”

Other films feeling the wrath of “Trump” are Gus Van Sant’s Sea of Trees, which was a box office disaster, and the Dev Patel and Rooney Mara film, Lion

Check out some of the best tweets below.