Robert Rodriguez Does Not Like Your New Law, Arizona

Rarely does my fondness for schlock horror flicks overlap with my politics beat. So my thanks to the authors of Arizona's new racial profiling law for bringing them together in this movie trailer-cum-protest film by the meta-pulp-movie director and Mexican-American Robert Rodriguez. He has assembled an all-star cast (Jessica Alba, DeNiro--and when was the last time you saw Lindsey Lohan in anything?!) to register his disapproval:



Guessing he won't be shooting in Arizona anytime soon. 

Update: Can't log onto Disqus, but thanks to commenters--had Michigan football coach Rich Rodriguez on the brain.

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Joshua Green is a former senior editor at The Atlantic.

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