This one-man play stars Laurence Fishburne in his Tony-nominated performance as Thurgood Marshall, the remarkable Civil Rights lawyer and Supreme Court Justice.

Prior to his appointment to United States Supreme Court Thurgood Marshall worked as a lawyer for the NAACP. This one man play tells the story of his role in the civil rights movement and the people that influenced him. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Steve B (fr) wrote: This is not a very good movie. Horrible character development (especially since they are based on real people and true events. John Bunting's own history is very important to understanding his motives, but it isn't even mentioned once during this film. The relationships between these characters were much more intricate in real life than indicated in the movie. The only saving grace were the actors who played these characters. The movie is very slow with unnecessary scenes that do not at all advance the story. The shaky camera work induced headaches and the unwarranted close-ups and out-of-focus shots were very distracting. There were other times when some action was taking place off screen, but the camera focused on something a lot less interesting, like an empty chair. It's obviously an an artistic film, but the story could have been told in a much more interesting style.

David C (br) wrote: Very fun movie. crude and vulgar action and comedy. I literally laughed at loud at the ridiculousness.

Jj S (ru) wrote: Extremely disappointing ending that totally ruined the whole thing and turned what could have been an erratic but half-way decent sci-fi thriller into a laughably preachy religious allegory. I only gave it a half star because I was concerned that if I put no stars, that it wouldn't register my review.

Brandon W (jp) wrote: As a kid, I always thought of this film as the "okay" film in the franchise. Watching it again as an adult and watching it after studying about the director Alfonso Cuaron, I see it as an amazing film and one of, if not the best in the franchise. You can immediately tell that this is a different take on Harry Potter than the previous two installments. Gone are the days of cute sorting hats and bright colourful quidditch games. This film is much darker in its tone, it's score, it's themes of redemption and sacrifice and even it's colour palette. It's often very gray with lots of dark colours. The acting took another giant step forward especially in the scene in the Shrieking Shack. I also like how the finale is not some all out duel like the previous two. Not that the other two weren't entertaining but this whole segment is suspenseful and intriguing. Overall, you can tell that this film franchise would change for the better once it was handed from Chirs Columbus (famous for his children's films like The Goonies and Home Alone) to Alfonso Cuaron, a director known for making violent gritty dramas in Mexico. Someone with a different style who was more focused on the story, characters, acting, and scene direction than fan service. In the end, what he created is what most fans claim to be the best film in the series.

David M (kr) wrote: Lacking original cast, pretty much sucked!

Nya J (jp) wrote: awesome movie but a little sad

Shawn W (fr) wrote: Tommy Lee is stalked by Russian criminals after unknowingly being given a disc needed to produce counterfeit bills. Stretches reality too far too often. Philip Rhee's last film effort in a brief career. He wasn't bad.

Guilherme N (mx) wrote: The truth of lie, and the lie of truth

Wayne R (ag) wrote: Excellent live-action adaptation of the old cartoon series, "Starblazers". Unfortunately, not easily obtained, and is subtitled in english.