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Ron Stallworth, an African-American police officer from Colorado, successfully managed to infiltrate the local Ku Klux Klan and became the head of the local chapter.

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Release : 2018
Rating : 7.7
Studio : Legendary Entertainment,  Blumhouse Productions,  40 Acres & A Mule Filmworks, 
Crew : Art Department Coordinator,  Art Direction, 
Cast : John David Washington Adam Driver Laura Harrier Topher Grace Robert John Burke
Genre : Drama Comedy Crime

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Reviews

Inadvands
2018/08/30

Boring, over-political, tech fuzed mess

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2freensel
2018/08/30

I saw this movie before reading any reviews, and I thought it was very funny. I was very surprised to see the overwhelmingly negative reviews this film received from critics.

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Seraherrera
2018/08/30

The movie is wonderful and true, an act of love in all its contradictions and complexity

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Celia
2018/08/30

A great movie, one of the best of this year. There was a bit of confusion at one point in the plot, but nothing serious.

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bharaths-435-14892
2018/08/19

Someday, there will be a great movie made about this unbelievably true story. Unfortunately, this isn't that movie. Curiosity about this little known but interesting tale, and the relevance of the story to the times we live in, will bring the crowds in to watch the film. But other than these, the movie doesn't have much going for it. The screenplay, acting and direction were very average, and it is very likely that if this movie were made in more 'normal' times, the whole affair would be very forgettable. Some positives were: I thought John David Washington (Ron Stallworth) and Adam Driver (Phil Zimmerman, aka white Ron Stallworth) acted well, and displayed good acting chemistry between them. The nightclub sequence with the dance played out well, and conveyed the racially charged yet simpler times of the 70s quite well. Topher Grace (David Duke) played the role well - his sophistication and polished language a sharp contrast to the rest of the simple and menial fools that make up the KKK in this film. Other than these, the rest of the characters were pretty forgettable. The KKK and its member-characters do not deserve to be portrayed as more than one-dimensional shallow hicks in even the most thoughtful movie, and so that was fine. But somehow, they did not really convey the sense of dread and disgust they were supposed to, and came across more like villains more appropriate for a Dumb and Dumber than a film centered on a detestable sentiment like white supremacy. Secondly, the rest of the cast just seem like caricatures through the film, due to lazy writing that never really explores any possibilities with them. For instance, the wife of one of the clan members, Patrice (black student union president, and John's love interest through the film) and racist cops at the station - there were opportunities to make these characters more life-like and believable, but the movie squanders these roles. It also did not help that aside from Patrice, most of the smaller characters did not act well (especially the clan guys and said wife of one of the members). The build-up and climax were disappointing, and while the movie invested a lot in building up towards the final scenes, the way it all winds down is pretty anti-climactic and incomplete. Again, lazy writing? Or was poetic justice not the point of the film (but then, what was?) Lastly, it was disappointing to hear references to current times (e.g. David Duke saying 'it is time to really Make America Great Again' on the phone, references to how America while never elect a racist to the White House, etc.) as these seem like little more than cheap tricks in the overall scheme of things. And it was a bit of a cop out to end the film with footage from Charlottesville: Were we expected to indulge in a goofy story that never really did justice to the gravity of the topic at hand, and then suddenly flip to more serious emotions at the end when confronted with the truth? The movie, if done well, could have stood on its own, without requiring these gimmicks.

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drewcollins-89195
2018/08/19

After a very stale and political year, as far as cinema goes, this political film is very refreshing and is exactly what America needs. The film steers clear of hate and instead focuses on the main theme...and tagline of the movie "all power to all the people". I'll be perfectly honest and say I was not expecting such a good movie as I'm not big into Spike Lee Pros: -The film has an exceptional amount of comedy. Just enough to keep you laughing, but not so much that it takes away from the story. -You will feel for the characters. They are very strongly developed. -The cinematography and colors are beautiful. Very soft to look at -The story has a fantastic message-I can see this movie being popular for years to come. Cons: -Some of the dialogue seems very forced. -Choppy editing at some points -1 extremely noticable continuity error-The last scene in the movie (if you can call it part of the movie) should cut completely. While it has significant impact on audiences today, it will struggle to find any impact 10 years from now.

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bobzmcishl
2018/08/18

I would be surprised if this movie didn't snag a best movie nomination. The disparate ratings for this movie seem to be par for the course for movies with a strong political bent, in these supercharged times. But this is a well crafted movie with a strong but not well known cast. The adapted screenplay and cinematography are first rate, and some of the scenes are imposing. One in particular, members of the local kkk watching the 1915 Birth of a Nation film was stomach churning. There was a scene where a police sargeant challenged the assertion by the black officer that America would never elect a person like David Duke to the presidency. As current eventshave shown we are capable of that and more. This is a movie that should be talked about.

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mickey-verlaque-188-699321
2018/08/17

THE MOVIES IS INSPERATIONAL AND POWERFULLY SOULFUL #EQUALITY

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