Judas and the Black Messiah (2021) 1080p

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Biography | Drama
Frame Rate:
23.976 fps
English 5.1  
Run Time:
126 min
IMDB Rating:
7.5 / 10 
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Directors: Shaka King [Director] ,

Movie Description:
The story of Fred Hampton, Chairman of the Illinois Black Panther Party, and his fateful betrayal by FBI informant William O'Neal.


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Seriously! This Is Entertainment? . . . Flush It, Flush It Now!

I'm sure the entire cast of this SchlockFest consider this Powerful and Compelling. Just as I consider cliches to be BS. When is Hollywood going to WTFU? Never! But that's okay because they're the ones losing money on SJW Pet Projects like this. Meanwhile, NO ONE watched The Oscars. Boo hoo! And this Pile Of Celluloid Gar-Bage will Never make it into the $5.00 Blowout Bin at Wallmart! Unless it's selling for .99 Cents. And you can buy good coasters for less!


An electrifying and spectacular film that through the strength and magic of cinema, denounces the abuses of people who at the time fought for their people and who unfortunately continue to do so, not only establishing itself as one of the best films ever, but managing to be the bearer of profound and devastating messages. The film through the telling of the story manages to shine and to be a real manifesto for the struggle of men who have done everything possible to say "I am a human and I have a value", in this case a community of black people who have suffered injustices and abuses without a valid reason. Judas and the Black Messiah is directed by Shaka King with extreme intelligence and tact, with creativity and honesty; excellent choice of the cinematography and music that enhance the scenes and emotions of the brilliant cast (including Jesse Plemons, always a pleasure to see him acting), but above all the impeccable and perfect LaKeith Stanfield and Daniel Kaluuya who lead the film with commitment, honesty and dedication, once again managing to establish themselves among the best actors of contemporary cinema, not only increasing the value of the film, but creating a real acting masterclass. Judas and the Black Messiah is rich in elements that blend between reality and cinema, but in this case is nothing more than a single and well-defined world to be taken as an example and therefore as a purpose to follow, as well as the characters of the true story tried to do.

This movie is nominated for the Oscar?

This is exactly the kind of film that gets an 'empathy' nomination. A half baked, slow paced, poorly made boring film. The execution is just terrible and the story is a less than 5 minute script dragged over 2 long hours. Those rating this film 9's and 10's do y'all have any sense? Rating such a stupid and time waste of a film so highly. The story is nothing we are not aware of, so at least the execution should be good. But gosh, is this the most boring film I've watched! Wasted and spoiled my Sunday watching this horribly made film.

This director should not make any note films. He doesn't know what he is doing. The ridiculous shoot out scenes were tedious to get through as was most of the film. The shoot out scenes reminded me of the painful to watch Bollywood gangster movies. In fact, even they were done in a better way. The film lacked energy and even the acting, except Fred's character were dull and awful.
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