Two films were referenced in Brexit/British Politics metaphors today. The UK is, according to Boris Johnson, like the Incredible Hulk about to break the shackles of the EU, whereas Labour are "Chicken Run" for failing to agree to an early election. Perhaps posters could comment on the aptness of these metaphors. As far as I see it the Hulk is created by a dangerous chemical experiment gone wrong, and destroys everything about him in blind, unreasoning fury. Bruce Banner's life is destroyed by his alter ego and he is forced to live a solitary, wandering, hopeless life. Whereas Chicken Run is a great British film about workers using solidarity, teamwork and co-operation to frustrate and outwit the scheming murderous liars who control their lives. Were the Tories wise to invoke these comparisons?