Southside with You

Southside with You

Chronicles a single day in the summer of 1989 when the future president of the United States, Barack Obama, wooed his future First Lady on an epic first date across Chicago's South Side.

The movie depicts the fateful first date of future U.S. President Barack Obama (Parker Sawyers) and lawyer Michelle Robinson (Tika Sumpter). On that date, they visit an Afro-Centric exhibit at a local art center, view a screening of Spike Lee's Do the Right Thing, and have their first kiss outside an ice cream parlor. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Laura M (de) wrote: It was decent and pretty standard to the horror genre. The ending could have been better, but I've also seen worse.

Sanal R (es) wrote: a decent movie in ages but could have been more

Phil L (nl) wrote: Civil rights movement in Selma Alabama 1965

Chris S (kr) wrote: Not bad. Held my interest.

Judith D (de) wrote: This movie was sweet. Tony Danza, as always, is perfect. The ending was sort of disappointing, though. I wanted more.

Simon D (it) wrote: Very long film about how L.A. has been portrayed in the movies. Often cynically narated, it's just about interesting enough for movie fans to get through, or anyone who knows L.A. well enough to appreciate the references, which I don't.

Bill T (us) wrote: More bland fun with Richard Chamberlain and Sharon Stone... wait, actually, they took the "fun" out of "bland fun" so all we're left is... well, you get the drift. At least King Solomon's Mines was more hooty. This one gets boring quickly, and stays that way.

Toshi T (mx) wrote: The key to the movie is that Sergio is an aesthete. Similarly, the movie takes the same position as its protagonist. A revelation.

Sebastian H (gb) wrote: Didn't like it much, sorry Henry

dude m (ag) wrote: Johnny Depp went from a badass pirate to an emo Willy Wonka?? I don't understand the 83%. Why, critics? THIS IS A TERRIBLE REMAKE!!!!!!

James M (nl) wrote: A tragic, solemn and poignant drama buoyed with excellent performances by Ben Kingsley, Jennifer Connelly and Shohreh Aghdashloo. The story doesn't read as interesting as the movie presents it, as Connelly's alcoholic divorcee finds her home repossessed and auctioned to Kingsley and his Iranian family and the domestic struggle between them. It's all rather dramatic and would probably work very well as a stage play.