It was April 4, 1968. At 6:01 p.m., across the street from the Lorraine Motel in Memphis, a gunman fired a rifle-and the leader of the civil rights movement, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A Ripple of Hope
It was April 4, 1968. At 6:01 p.m., across the street from the Lorraine Motel in Memphis, a gunman fired a rifle-and the leader of the civil rights movement, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., ...
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Ben T (us) wrote: With thin plot, over advertising, confusing scene and meanness visual effects, Transformers:Age of Extinction becomes the worst movie in Transformers franchise.
bill b (it) wrote: Despite the stupid title and the bad reviews... i think it was worthy to give it a try .
Rhiannon L (nl) wrote: I truly enjoyed this film! A little hokey and unbelievable, but still entertaining. My only real complaint is that it gets a lil too Jesus-y at the end.
Joshua G (nl) wrote: Werner Herzog is one of cinema's greatest filmmakers. Both his documentaries and narrative films have gotten massive acclaim by both critics and audiences, and this film's acclaim is well deserved. It is a beautiful and informative look at cave paintings in the Chauvet Cave in France, and it is amazing that the filmmakers even got access to these caves, but I'm sure glad they did!
Jerry C (it) wrote: Not that great a movie for these two. Could have been much better!
Teresa (au) wrote: The movie was alrite, it was funny.. at parts...^^
Brandan W (de) wrote: When i read some of comments that have been posted on this movie i felt as though something was missing. Someone needed to comment on this film who was actually a part of the culture that is being shown in this film. I am a black male who went to see this movie the weekend that it was released. As far as the hood is concerned, this is a classic movie. The cast was perfect, especially for the time of it's release. It was a movie set in the East Coast, but Tupac was a stand out star, and the entire soundtrack was done by Death Row. Shakur gave a great performance through out, along with Dwayne Martin. Leon was also featured in another film celebrated by the black community more than anywhere else, The Five Heartbeats. Not to mention Marlon Wayans doing what he always does. Wood Harris, who later goes on to "The Wire" fame, portrays a very aggressive character. The comedic legend Bernie Mac is featured in a good role also. I know that movies aren't black or white. They are just movies, but it is evident that there are a slew of movies that are celebrated a lot more in the black community than anywhere else. Menace II Society, Juice, New Jersey Drive, Above the Rim, Belly, Paid in Full, and this film are "Hood" classics. If you want to even begin to understand the logic behind some of the themes of this genre, then this is a very good movie to start with.
Saran M (de) wrote: A funny critique of corporate culture. Nothing life changing but surely a classic.
Jumahat Amin B (it) wrote: Sometimes movie instils the love that you ever wanted and the feelings that grew with it. I love the movie and the song while the parting could never erased my memories...Against All Odds sung by Phil Collin has all the words .bonikingv
Aj V (mx) wrote: A very funny movie, with a good story and a good cast. I liked it.
mark c (br) wrote: LOVE THIS SPIKE LEE JOINT
Gabriel C (it) wrote: Admittedly better that the last one, but still not that great. If this was some crappy My Name is Earl episode that never aired, I'd believe it.