OK... one comment. On Slate they say that this piece is about what we have in common except for the last bit about "Lives Matter", and the harsh looks Tom Hanks gets. They assume we all know as viewers that BLM is really about Police violence agains the black community, but I don't know that at all. I know that some black people and cultural marxists want it to be about that, but what it is really about is the immense power of the propaganda megaphone of the left, and how easily deceived some portions of our populace are.
Or put another way, Black Lives Matter isn't a serious movement. It's nothing but the delusion of a bunch of malcontents unwilling to take responsibility for their own lives, and prepared to lie openly and continuously to the public, in order to achieve their political goals - through violence and intimidation if necessary. Black lives may matter, black "Black Lives Matter" very much doesn't.