Muhammad Ali, in a rare acting role, plays Gideon Jackson, an ex-slave in 1870's Virginia who gets elected to the U.S. Senate in Washington D.C. and battles other former slaves and white sharecroppers to keep the land they tended all their lives.
- Stars:Muhammad Ali, Kris Kristofferson, Ron O'Neal, Edward Herrmann, John McLiam, Ossie Davis, Barbarao, Sonny Jim Gaines, Joel Fluellen, Jean Foster, Grace Zabriskie, Bill Mackey, Earl D.A. Smith, Alfre Woodard, Fred Covington,
- Director:Ján Kadár,
- Writer:Howard Fast (novel), David Zelag Goodman
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Freedom Road torrent reviews
(it) wrote: Fun filled movie! Kids love it!
(jp) wrote: Intriguing, but ultimately not as compelling as I would have liked.
(ca) wrote: I hated this movie! It lacks a serious plot, its not funny, the dialogue is idiotic at best, and the moral implications are staggering! Not to mention that this movie is incredibly racist to both African-Americans and Asians! Avoid this movie at all costs!
(jp) wrote: The premise of "A Monster in Paris" echoes earlier (and superior) films, but it still presents a brisk pace, bursting energy and a heartfelt story that presents its message of looking past the surface in full blossom.
(gb) wrote: Almost perfect film .very effective. a bit slow at times , though, and maybe not for everyone in the mainstream audiences.
(ru) wrote: Interesting, gloomy, low budget ... another reminder of how alien Japanese culture can be ... they really need to lighten up ...
(gb) wrote: really bad film so boring
(jp) wrote: started off brilliantly but went downhill after a while. such a shame. it had potential
(gb) wrote: Great!!! Surrealist!!!! and one of the best films i ever see!!!!!
(ru) wrote: Had the potential to be an interesting story but something was off. I'm guessing this is meant for Josh Hutcherson fans. At least i enjoyed Lauren Bacall