Poetic Justice

Poetic Justice

In this film, we see the world through the eyes of main character Justice, a young African-American poet. A mail carrier invites a few friends along for a long overnight delivery run.

Romantic battle lines between Justice and Lucky are drawn upon first meeting. Lucky, a nose-ringed, backward-capped mail carrier, tries the tired old pickup routine on Justice. But the funereally dressed, reclusive hairdresser puts him in his place. When Lucky's workmate Chicago takes girlfriend Iesha on a scenic mail run to Oakland, she brings along pal Justice. Chicago invites Lucky and fate is sealed. Lucky finds himself in a road movie with the poet from hell. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Poetic Justice torrent reviews

chanda w (jp) wrote: Action scenes and the gorgeous Scott Adkins? How could I not enjoy watching this?


Michael M (kr) wrote: For the first 50 minutes I just wanted to stop watching but then it threatened to get interesting, unfortunately it didn't but hey at least its better than that other remake....SPOILER alert: Everybody is an asshole!

bill s (br) wrote: The funniest comedy concert I've ever seen......nothing else is close.This is Richard at his zenith,he was simply the best ever.

John C (ag) wrote: As a child, this was one of the favorite movies of my brothers and I. After all it had e3 of our favorite things in it: baseball, Air Force planes, and parachuting. Plus as a precocious youngster I had a crush on June Allyson. But I diverge. Judging this as a film basically misses the point. This is a sincere story made to engender empathy and support from a public still weary of war 10 years after the end of WWII for this hard to understand cold war. For essentially a piece of propaganda packaged into a mainstream movie, it is somewhat surprising to see the anti-war message that is repeated several times. The selling point from the military's point of view (how to defend massive expenditures in a time of peace) was that a massive deterrent would be the very best way to prevent WWIII. In 1955 that was a worthy point of view, that lasted until the US and Soviets reached the point of "Mutually Assured Destruction." But in the meantime, if the Soviets had any plans to start a war (more likely in Western Europe than in our country), one would have to say the strategy of the Strategic Air Command's mission worked. So what we really have here is a tiny melodrama between two great stars with onscreen chemistry, the points mentioned above, and numerous luscious scenes of grand planes (many will be too young to have ever seen the enormous and stately B-36, in many ways the most magnificent plane ever flown) floating through the skies amidst grand cloud formations lit with beautiful colors. Plus, the score is quite lovely (particularly "The World is Mine") and quite effective in its accompaniment of the film. If you view it in the context of the times and its purpose, I believe you will find it to be a very worthy film to see, and a good lesson for this new generation born after the cold war ended.

Isla B (fr) wrote: The star is only for the brief appearance by the Damon.

Jake P (jp) wrote: One of my other favorite movies. Will Ferrel is great in these types of movies, I'm surprised he doesn't do more movies like this.