"Selma," as in Alabama, the place where segregation in the South was at its worst, leading to a march that ended in violence, forcing a famous statement by President Lyndon B. Johnson that ultimately led to the signing of the Civil Rights Act.

The unforgettable true story chronicles the tumultuous three-month period in 1965, when Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. led a dangerous campaign to secure equal voting rights in the face of violent opposition. The epic march from Selma to Montgomery culminated in President Johnson signing the Voting Rights Act of 1965, one of the most significant victories for the civil rights movement. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Selma torrent reviews

Steve D (ag) wrote: A poorly made rehash of the opening scenes of Thor, tales of Asgard shows yet again that Marvel has no idea what they are doing with animated movies (or shows for that matter). Until they relies they don't need to make every hero a child to appeal to children or adults who watch cartoons) they will lag behind DC.

Jayakrishnan R (ca) wrote: 85%Saw this on 27/8/15Although excessively similar to Spanish films The Others(2001) and Pan's Labyrinth(2006), Orphanage has builds up it's creepy atmosphere and terrors devoid of CGI. It's well directed and is often confusing and the direction sometimes leaves things without much clarity. Belen Rueda gives a good performance and the scenes involving Geraldine Chaplin are the best ones in the film, it's a pity that the film did not have more of those towards the end. It also gives too much emphasis on the mother-child melodrama rather than concentrating on other plot devices.

Alex B (fr) wrote: Exceleent movie it was a pretty accurate representation of american fighter pilots in WWI. This is the only movie that i see that gets me everytime i see it.

Brock A (nl) wrote: Unbelievable ever made President, then again we got Howard!!!!

Natalie L (it) wrote: Julie Andrew's accent is atrocious, the worse British accent by far. Eloise is a good character, played well. The entire film is badly acted and unbelievable. Overall watchable, although you have to cringe during Julie Andrew's parts, would have expected better from her.

Keia R (fr) wrote: It has less metaphor than some of Miyazaki's film, and I don't really get what Miyazaki tried to say in this film, but Porco Rosso reminds us that watching films aren't always about finding answer.

Al P (ru) wrote: Who's Lucinda Dickey?

Marissa B (ru) wrote: Yor fights his way through a stand of bamboo--might've worked except for the fact that there was open ground all around the 'stand'. Dreadful, boring and benign. It must've been that bad to make such an impression. Awful. Not even good bad, or funny bad. Just sad.

Anthony I (kr) wrote: One of the great Italian Neorealist films. Like Bicycle Thieves, it tells a gentle story about gentle characters dealing with unfortunate problems. It also gives us one of the great onscreen friendships, Umberto and Flike the Dog.

Rick L (gb) wrote: Very unbelievable even while TRYING to suspend belief. Probably intended as a parody, but not far-fetched enough in my opinion. It just comes across as a poor movie.

Serge L (de) wrote: The story is perfectly developped and hard to predict. The characters were fine tuned. A little love story develops with crime intrigues. We can't possibly guess what is coming. Anything could happen. This film passed the sweat test without looking like it. I didn't see it coming. Very realistic. It's a dog's life...