Based on the true story of a white reporter who, at the height of the civil-rights movement, temporarily darkened his skin so that he could experience the realities of a black man's life in the segregated South. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Black Like Me
Black Like Me is the true account of John Griffin's experiences when he passed as a black man.
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Logan W (nl) wrote: Well worth checking out. I can see why Lucas Moodyson is beloved by many. It is very charming and full of wonder. Good palette cleanser after doing my make-up homework on this past year's missed movies. It felt like an insulin shot to a diabetic. I feel replenished and and ready to spring forward into this upcoming month of movies. Not something I would or could watch over and over again. It serves its purpose the first go-round. The music, be warned, sounds like a violent maelstrom of noise - kids making a racket that sounded like falling debris. Seriously children in Africa would've died listening to these songs. But it's heartwarming and a feel good film, I guess. Oh yeah, and "CRUSH CAPITALISM!"
John B (it) wrote: Good list of actors & actresses in this one including my favorite Julia Roberts, but, I just didn't enjoy the harsh storyline at all
Graeme Y (au) wrote: please don't see this movie. its so awful. poor Jeff Daniels.
Matthew H (ru) wrote: Underdog is an easily forgettable, throwaway flick strictly for children. The movie is sloppy, derivative, and cheesy, and never thrills us or gives us any compensation for its bad script.
Robert H (de) wrote: NAQOYQATSI is the third installment in a trilogy by Godfrey Reggio and Philip Glass that began with KOYAANISQATSI. It is a documentary (loosely so) that examines globalization, technology, and violence in a rather oblique way that uses image juxtaposition to make its points. And, for the duration of the film, is accompanied by a Philip Glass score. I only recently saw KOYAANISQATSI, which I thought was ok. I didn't completely "get" it, but the title's meaning at the end did help a little bit, in retrospect. For me, the meaning of NAQOYQATSI was a little more clear from the outset, as the idea of technological advances alternately helping and harming humanity isn't really anything new, having been addressed in a many a sci-fi film before and since. The film is divided into different segments, with each one going into a different aspect of technology or violence in human society. From all of the imagery, I gleaned that technological advances have created a passive, spectator society that, despite being able to move rapidly, still isn't going anywhere. We have also cultivated a society in which we obsess over superficial things, as well as worship power, fame, and money; and the advent of mass media has only entrenched this further. There was also images relating to the destructive power of technology, and its contribution to/role in real-world violence (juxtaposed with videogame violence). All things considered, there is a lot to digest here, which would seem to indicate that this film requires multiple viewings to take all of it in. Still, I feel like the film lacked a strong through-line and cohesive message. Granted, the segments work individually, but taken as a whole, it smacks of throwing everything at the wall and seeing what sticks. Overall, I would place this on a level a little below KOYAANISQATSI, from which it seemed to recycle a bit of thematic material. It is well-made and contains some good bits of message, but none of the observations are that original and it didn't quite gel into a cohesive whole.
Brent H (it) wrote: This movie is pretty creepy. It is kind of slow at some points. Anna Paquin did a great job with this role.
Steve K (au) wrote: Chock full of awesome 80's tease and sleaze, with amateurs across the board bringing their busoms a'bouncing to the beats, I had never heard of this low budget horror gem before, but it was completely entertaining for all of the wrong reasons. Gloriously ridiculous fun for those with an affection for this kind of thing.
Mat K (nl) wrote: I really wanted to like this movie more. It was a stylish spaghetti western that used some cool narrative techniques and camera work. It had some interesting characters and ideas. Unfortunately the movie plodded in parts and also had one of the worst soundtracks committed to film. We are forced to listen to a high pitched, whiny, warbling voice sing about what we just saw. The ending also fell flat, the last gunfight was anti-climactic and the very ending undercut the movie.
Veniea T (it) wrote: All CLASSICS are GOOD
Alan W (es) wrote: A real old classic movie
Dylan G (it) wrote: Awkward. Unfunny. Brutal. F
Cameron N (de) wrote: Entertaining action movie, although I wish it had actually been somewhat more cheesy and less serious (more blood, drinking, etc...it is a Viking movie after all.) Also, highly disappointed that the movie was marketed around Johan Hegg of Amon Amarth being in the movie and he died very early on.
Ben T (ru) wrote: "Top Gun" is a great 80's action movie with fantastic aereial action sequences and surprisingly good characters.
Joe M (mx) wrote: This movie was horrible. The lead in it is as dumb as dumb could be, It is her story and stupid decisions that just make this movie a complete joke! Its not original in thinking, made me just want to close the page but I bored myself through the end which I wont give away only to say "yawwwwn" ...