Karen movie got a very polarizing reaction from Social media. Some people like it because of how much Meta and fourth wall breaking it is. Some people hate it because a meme became a movie. They see it as bankruptcy of creativity because of its origin. There are also accusations that this is a rip off of Get Out. I can see that because this sounds like an SNL parody of a Jordan Peele film. I am not sure if I hate it or like it but I am curious enough to watch this at BET. Taryn Manning’s acting is creepy and impressive. So her acting may compensate with the corniness or camp this film have.
Women who are named Karen find the meme unsettling. Here are some women named Karen talking about how the meme changed their life for the worst.
The meme is bad enough, Now they have to deal with a Karen movie. Well to be fair, Jason Voorhees and Freddy Kruger didn’t alienate the men who share names with them.
Did you know there's a new horror movie named Karen who's a white entitled neighbor? Karen has became the new monsters in movies.
— Matty R (@MattyRLive) June 24, 2021
Women named Karen have some interesting reactions to the Karen movie. There are some Tweets that I never get to embed but the lady said that not all Karens are bad. She hopes that a new name will emerge as the next go-to meme. At a certain point in my life, I want to name a future daughter of Mine, Karin but it sounds so similar to the infamous name so not anymore.
Poor soul wanted to change her name now because of the trailer. I think she is just kidding but she is in disbelief that this meme about her name has gone overboard because it is now a motion picture.
How's my day going? Well, I watched a trailer for a horror movie called Karen so I think I'm headed to the courthouse to change my name. 🙃
— (not that kind of) Karen 🧙♀️🌊 (@klayman87) June 22, 2021
Someone replied because she can relate to the situation.
Nooooo! 😩😩😩 pic.twitter.com/ER96FJId1d
— Karen Smith (@k33smith) June 23, 2021
This one also shares the same sentiment:
Imma change my name, deadass
— Karen (@manatee_hater) June 24, 2021
She has a bad feeling about why her name is trending on Twitter.
Oh no, what now? pic.twitter.com/pEWZDET73i
— Karen Ostergren (@KnOstergren) June 22, 2021