What popular modern video game series has an appearance as simple as Angry Birds? The franchise's success isn't just rooted in its addictive and accessible gameplay, but also in its easily reproduced and popular artstyle. In adapting the series to film, there's no story to account for other than "pigs steal eggs, birds fight back." That leaves a lot of room for artistic license, and The Angry Birds Movie packs in enough entertainment that it never feels like a soulless cash grab. But along with the countless puns and parodies comes a truly troubling message of xenophobia. The Angry Birds Movie may be trying to make video game adaptations great again, but it resembles a certain presidential candidate's philosophy in more ways than that.