The N Word

The N Word

A documentary looking at the N word.

The film explores the history of the word throughout its inception to present day. Woven into the narrative are poetry, music, and commentary from celebrities about their personal experiences with the word and their viewpoints. Each perspective is unique, as is each experience... some are much more comfortable with the word than others. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The N Word torrent reviews

Private U (mx) wrote: A decent story but fell apart mid-way through the film. Melrose Place meets Last Casino.

Martin S (nl) wrote: Weather watching it for it's camp appeal or you simply need a rest from serious dramafilms and want to leave your brain at the door for once, Brain Damage will serve you a good time. Be careful, though: it can be very addictive.

Nik M (kr) wrote: Magic contains some of the heaviest psychological studies in the dummy horror tale. Anthony Hopkins is fantastic with his perfect match, Fats (the dummy). Creepy, tempting, and tormenting, Magic is fueled by excellent performances and heavy-handed psychological relationships produced by the central characters.

Stanley C (mx) wrote: BIG works well with such a small, easy-to-understand story. Modern and contemporary movies today use confusing, over-complicated plot storylines wired with multiple subplots and such large numbers of characters, should I point out "This Is 40", "Bridesmaids", "God's Not Dead", "Independence Day Resurgence", "Warcraft" as some examples? Anyways, this movie is proof that Tom Hanks is one of my favorite actors ever.

Cedric L (au) wrote: Sweet directorial debut.

Andrew L (jp) wrote: ordinary movie, how the hell can this rate so high!!??bad acting, full of swearing. it's just stupid.

J W (de) wrote: This movie is not a great western, but it is better than it's ratings, and worth watching.

Gabriel A (de) wrote: Godzilla King of the Monsters ...this is one of the best movies ever, and paved the way for a lot of famous sci-fi movies. You could tell that directors ISHIR HONDA and Terry O. Morse took their time. The plot is the American Navy tested their new hydrogen bomb in the Pacific and accidently woke something up. This something then attacked Tokyo and was named Godzilla! No weapons could destroy it and that's the entire plot of the movie. The acting is really good and Godzilla looks real for a guy in a suit. It had a budget of 2,000,000 dollars, which for the time was a lot of money. The main character is an American reporter going to Egypt with a stopover in Japan. While thinking he was only going to report on the radiation in Tokyo, he gets the news of the monster and almost gets killed by the collapsing city and its radiation, but I'm not going to give any thing else away. So that's my review. Thanks, Gabriel A

Scott R (de) wrote: It had potential that was squandered. I had to turn it off it was so bad.