Charles Burnett's beautiful, poetic masterpiece is novelistic in its narrative density and richness of characterization. Harry Mention, an enigmatic drifter from the South, comes to visit ... See full summary »
J.J. is a rookie in the Sheriff's Department and the first black officer at that station. Racial tensions run high in the department as some of J.J.'s fellow officers resent his presence. ... See full summary »
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Henry G. Sanders,
One think for sure is The Melanic Religion Organization has adopted Prophet Nat Turner 1800-1831 as our Prophet in 1983 and moving forward. The Prophet was right in line with our belief ... See full summary »
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Thomas Ian Griffith,
James Earl Jones,
Unbelievably well done, well acted, and well produced.
This is by far the best small budget picture this year, if not ever. This movie will win awards, the players will receive nominations. I cannot possibly say enough about this picture. Redgrave was perfect. Margot Kidder, unbelievable... what a casting job. She alone is worth the 12 dollars. James Earl Jones wrestling nothing, falling on the floor...even his Jamaican accent was believable. What dialogue! What a script. From start to finish this one is a masterpiece.
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