‘Watch the Throne’ Album Gets Adapted into Indie Movie
The lyrics of Jay-Z and Kanye West from 'Watch the Throne' gets loosely interpreted in an indie movie for IFC Films. Adapted and directed by Patrick Williams, 'Watch the Throne: The Indie Movie' is a three-minute flick about three female roommates who are having a conversation about excess partying using the words from Jay and 'Ye.
The movie opens when one woman ask her hungover roommate, "Sunglasses and Advil?" To which the other woman responds, "Last night was mad real." If you are familiar with the lyrics then you would know that those words came from songs 'No Church in the Wild' and 'Who Gonna Stop Me,' respectively.
From watching the film, we gather the three women are using lyrics from 'Otis,' 'That's My B----,' and 'Made in America.' At the end of the film, one of the girls laments using the infamous lines from 'N---as in Paris.' “Ball so hard m-----f-----s gotta fine me," she says. “That s--- cray.”
Overall, this is a fun movie to watch just to figure out what lyrics the actors are using from 'Watch the Throne.' It would be interesting to see if these guys extend this into a franchise. Maybe they should adapt Nicki Minaj's album 'Pink Friday' into an indie movie. Now that s--- would be crazy.
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