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I Am MLK Jr.

I Am MLK Jr. is a movie starring Martin Luther King, Carmelo Anthony, and Nick Cannon. This documentary explores the life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and his impact on civil rights through present day.

Other Titles
Eu Sou Martin Luther King Jr., I Am Martin Luther King Jr.
Running Time
1 hours 35 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Documentary, Biography
Director
John Barbisan, Michael Hamilton
Writer
Ian Craig Walker, John Barbisan
Actors
Clayborne Carson, Martin Luther King, Nick Cannon, Carmelo Anthony
Country
Canada
Year
2018
Audio Languages
Deutsch, English, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

This documentary explores the life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and his impact on civil rights through present day.

Comments about documentary «I Am MLK Jr.» (16)

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Virginia Freeman

This is the best documentary I have ever seen. The director, Jason Beattie, was at the helm of a documentary on the life of Martin Luther King Jr. I don't care what anyone says, this is the best documentary I have ever seen. It was so clear that the subjects were talking to the camera and not to each other. They were relaying their thoughts, not talking to the camera. It's a fantastic documentary that could be titled, "How to get the most out of your life."

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Sandra

I would like to say this movie was a perfect documentary and made me feel like a real MLK Jr. Was really nice, I saw it in theaters and it was great. I hope more people see this movie, it really deserves to be seen, It shows the things we don't get to see every day and I would recommend it to anyone.

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Brittany

I have to admit that I wasn't expecting much out of this movie. It was a bit of a letdown for me. I thought the subject matter was a bit heavy. However, I was pleasantly surprised. I was also quite surprised that the movie was well done. The actors were spot on, and the performances were very believable. The way the documentary was presented was quite interesting, and I was always interested in what the director was going to say next. I think the biggest problem with this movie was that I didn't really care about the subjects of the documentaries. It wasn't until I got to the end that I was actually interested in seeing what was going to happen next. I also felt that the movie was a bit too long. If it had been less than two hours, I think I would have enjoyed it more. But, I do recommend it to anyone interested in the subject matter. I would have rated this a 10 if I could.

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Aaron

I've been an avid movie goer for over 30 years. I can usually count on one hand the number of times that I've seen a movie that I had the opportunity to see before the end of it's run. A good chunk of those were shown at the theater. As a moviegoer I've never been in the theater to see a movie before, but I was very impressed with this film. This is the first movie that I have seen that I actually really enjoyed. The cast did an excellent job. It was well thought out and well produced. I thought that it was a great attempt at portraying MLK Jr's life and his life before he was assassinated. The story was very interesting. I thought that it was an excellent attempt at giving a voice to the people who had never heard of the assassination. I thought that the movie was well thought out and well executed. I would recommend this movie to anyone who is a fan of MLK Jr and/or his life. A great movie for all.

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Douglas Sims

I am not a big fan of this film but I am a huge fan of MLK Jr. and as a big fan of MLK I was really excited when I saw this documentary. I am a guy who has been around MLK and know him personally so I knew what the doc would be like. I was not disappointed. It was great. It was so good to see the original letters from the people. It was amazing to see them. The documentary really put MLK Jr in a whole new light. It gave a lot of new insight into his life and his impact on the world. I think it was really great to see MLK Jr's letters from the first meeting and the letters he wrote to his wife. I thought that they were really amazing. They were really touching and real. The documentary was really really good and I recommend everyone to watch it. It was really good. I think it was really good.

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Sean H.

I am a big fan of Martin Luther King, Jr., but this documentary about his life and career was very well done. It was interesting to learn about how he started his career and how he became a national leader in the civil rights movement. The scenes of MLK Jr. as a young man are really well done, and he was very open about his political views and why he did what he did. A good documentary for all ages. It is well worth watching, but it would be better to watch it with your kids or a group of friends who can discuss it together.

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Bobby

Fantastic film. This is the first documentary to explore the life of Martin Luther King Jr. and examines the way he was honored and received so much recognition. I am a great fan of Martin Luther King and have read many of his books. This documentary gave me an idea of the man and the work he did. It also showed the difficulties of being black in a white society and the difficulties that the civil rights movement had to overcome. I recommend this film to anyone who is interested in history.

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Debra

I can't believe how this documentary was done. I have watched many documentaries, but never have I seen a documentary so well done. It was not boring at all, it was moving and entertaining. I am not a political activist, but I feel that the film should be recognized for it's courage. I recommend this film to anyone who wants to know what happened during the civil rights movement, and why it was so important.

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Kevin Patterson

I was thrilled when I heard that a documentary would be made about Martin Luther King Jr. I knew that the documentary would cover all of his life and it would be based on the most accurate account. I was so excited to see this documentary. I was in a very stressful situation at work, I had to turn off the computer, and I was also stressed out by a large amount of emails and phone calls. I was afraid that this documentary would be the cause of my stress. I was very happy to see that it was not. I was not anxious to see it, but I was happy that I was able to see it. I would recommend this documentary to anyone who is in a similar situation. This documentary is not about MLK Jr. It is about all of the people who were involved in the movement, especially the people who were fighting for the right to vote. The documentary shows how much pain and suffering went into the fight for the right to vote. The documentary is very honest and very truthful. I am very happy that I was able to see this documentary. It is a very powerful documentary that I would recommend to anyone who wants to learn more about the history of the civil rights movement.

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Helen Watson

My comments are for those of you who have never seen a documentary, and the person who hasn't seen one, but would like to. "It was a little tough to get out of the theatre. I had a little difficulty swallowing the truth. It was definitely a period of time that I would like to forget. But I know now that it is not that time." What I would like to see is a film like this, that would show the ugly side of the civil rights movement. It would show that racism is alive and well in America. It would show that the civil rights movement was not just a struggle to stop the racists from oppressing people of color, but it was also about equal rights for all. "The truth hurts" is a quote that one of the men in the film quotes. I would like to see a film like this that would tell the truth about the history of the civil rights movement. A film like this would tell the story that is told in the documentary, but it would also show the true history of what happened in that era. That is why I was so surprised to see that this film was not in theaters. It was well produced and I am glad that I got to see it. If this film was shown on television, I would have probably seen it on cable. I am sure that a lot of people would have wanted to see it, and that is why it did not do well at the box office.

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Joseph

I had the chance to see this film at Sundance and was truly surprised by it. I had been raised in a conservative Christian household and had always been ashamed of this man, but as the film went on, I found myself becoming more and more moved by the story and seeing his words and deeds come alive for me. The film is not perfect, but it is the best I have seen about Dr. King and I would recommend it to anyone who has ever been an African American or a person of any faith. For me, the movie was not about MLK Jr., but about how racism was a problem that needed to be solved. MLK Jr. was an amazing human being and the film made me want to see him get justice for the people that he harmed. I believe that MLK Jr. would be so proud of the film and what it has done for him and others who have seen it. I have seen the movie twice, and I am happy that I had the chance to see it. It is one of those films that everyone should see, and it should be seen by everyone. MLK Jr. was a human being, and that should be remembered.

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Charles A.

I am very familiar with Martin Luther King Jr., but I have never really done much research on him. And I was surprised at the depth of the film. While the film may be too much for some viewers, it is not too much for others. It is a very honest depiction of a man who was a very passionate man, who often over-reached himself. In the end, it is the quality of his life and his influence that should be remembered.

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Ryan C.

If you're looking for a documentary on the life of Martin Luther King Jr., you should probably look elsewhere. I am not a fan of documentaries and the reasons for this are rather simple. They are not very entertaining, unless you're a fan of the subject matter. If you have a passion for the subject matter, then you'll probably love this documentary. If not, then you might be disappointed. I'm in the minority, but I think this is a very entertaining documentary. The main reason is the story is told very well. The documentary is very well edited, and the film makers did a fantastic job at capturing the essence of MLK. It is very engaging, and is a very entertaining film. The documentary follows MLK's life from his childhood through his years as a young man in the 1960's through his death in 1968. The documentary is shot very well, and is very informative. The voice over narration is very well done and is very memorable. The documentary itself is very entertaining. It's filled with good-looking shots of MLK, a lot of information about his life, and it is filled with interviews with many of his contemporaries. The documentary is also filled with news footage of MLK, and is filled with pictures of his life. The film makers also managed to capture the essence of MLK. They included many interviews with people from his childhood through his years as a young man. The film makers were able to capture the essence of MLK, and this is what made this documentary very interesting. I recommend this documentary to anyone who is interested in the life of MLK. I give this documentary an 8 out of 10.

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Brian Burton

A lot of people have been going nuts over this movie and I really can't understand why. I'm a huge fan of Dr. King and his legacy and I was excited about this documentary. It had everything: beautiful images, interviews, and facts. The only thing I found lacking was the sound. The narration seemed a little off at times. It was so slow. The other thing that bothered me is that the title was very misleading. It was called "A Black Man's Journey Into The Mind Of Martin Luther King." The title was misleading because it was made to be a documentary about the history of Martin Luther King Jr. But it was more of a biography of MLK. I also found that it was very confusing to follow the story of MLK Jr. because there were so many different people who were involved in the life of MLK. It was hard to understand who was who. I really would recommend this movie if you want to learn more about the life of Martin Luther King Jr. but don't go out of your way to see this movie.

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Jacob W.

I am the first to admit that I'm not the biggest fan of the music of Marvin Gaye, but I did love this documentary. I love the idea that this man was not just a civil rights leader but a revolutionary. It's the story of how he got to where he is today. I also loved the way they filmed the music. You see the songs, you hear the music, and you feel the music. It's a great way to tell the story. There are many great songs in this documentary. It's a very entertaining documentary, and I loved it.

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Jason S.

This is a truly inspiring documentary that reveals the true story of MLK Jr. and his journey from a young man who believed in himself, to a man who did not care about what others thought, but was able to transcend his beliefs to make a difference in the lives of others. The story of MLK Jr. and his struggle to overcome his childhood obstacles is truly inspiring. I hope this film will inspire people to do something great in their lives. This film was very well done and the documentary did a great job at capturing the true story of MLK Jr. The film was very well made and the film was very informative. I recommend this film to anyone who has ever felt like he or she had a big part in making a difference in the world. I am really looking forward to watching this film again in the future.