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BlacKkKlansman is a movie starring John David Washington, Adam Driver, and Laura Harrier. Ron Stallworth, an African American police officer from Colorado Springs, CO, successfully manages to infiltrate the local Ku Klux Klan branch...

Other Titles
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Running Time
2 hours 15 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Drama, Crime, Biography
Spike Lee
David Rabinowitz, Kevin Willmott, Ron Stallworth, Charlie Wachtel, Spike Lee
John David Washington, Topher Grace, Laura Harrier, Adam Driver
Audio Languages
Deutsch, English, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

In the early 1970s, Ron Stallworth is hired as the first black officer in the Colorado Springs, Colorado police department. Stallworth is initially assigned to work in the records room, where he faces racial slurs from his coworkers. Stallworth requests a transfer to go undercover, and is assigned to infiltrate a local rally at which national civil rights leader Kwame Ture (birth name Stokely Carmichael) is to give a speech. At the rally, Stallworth meets Patrice Dumas, the president of the black student union at Colorado College. While taking Ture to his hotel, Patrice is stopped by patrolman Andy Landers, a corrupt, racist officer in Stallworth's precinct, who threatens Ture and sexually assaults Patrice..

Comments about drama «BlacKkKlansman» (14)

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Joyce May

Overall, I found the film to be very enjoyable. The acting was good and the film was well directed. The film captured the spirit of the times very well. The film was also very visually impressive. However, in my opinion, the film should have been longer. I found that the film could have done with a bit more time spent on how the group got to the 'Demolition Derby'. The acting was great, but I feel the film could have been more entertaining if it had more time spent on the group's journey to the derby. I think the audience would have been more engaged with the group's journey than with the social commentary. Overall, I felt the film was very entertaining. It captured the spirit of the times well, and I thought the acting was good. However, the film could have been longer.

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Edward C.

Okay, maybe i'm a little biased, but i felt the movie was good, but nothing outstanding. It was entertaining enough, but it did nothing for me. The movie was well paced, the actors were just too average for me to be moved by their performances. After the movie ended, i felt very sad, so i turned off the movie and didn't see it again until this weekend. I had to remind myself that it was just a movie, that didn't mean i was going to be moved by it, like i did for the movie about the homeless, or anything. Overall, this is a movie i would recommend for a low budget film, which can be seen as a little more heart-felt than a movie about a woman being assaulted in a restroom. It was worth it, but if you liked the homeless movie, you'll probably like this.

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I really enjoyed this movie. I found it to be a fun movie that had good acting and a good plot. It was also very funny. I'm not sure what to think about the violence in this movie, but if you have children, you might want to talk to them about the movie because there are some scenes in this movie that I thought could have been handled a little differently. I do agree with what other people have said about this movie, and the movie's message. But I'm just glad that it was not violent, because it would be just too depressing. This movie was better than I thought it would be, and I'll be watching it again and again. And I'd recommend this movie to anyone who wants to see a good movie.

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Amanda Howard

Like most people, I found myself intrigued and moved by the movie. I was surprised at the movie's violent and sometimes dark subject matter, but I couldn't help but feel it was actually a truthful account of the racial controversies that took place in America during that time period. I do not believe that this movie should be removed from the public's good graces. What are people in America and throughout the world doing to remove the Confederate flag from their flagpole? The National Anthem is racist and glorifies the killing of innocent people. How can people in America let it be said that black people are incapable of making good decisions because they only have one option? Is that really what they say? I'm sure it is, but I don't think that anyone thinks that way anymore. I feel that the director took a close look at the issues and researched the story carefully. I think he did a good job with the editing. Overall, the movie was interesting and had a good plot. I would highly recommend it. All I can say is that it was worth the price of admission. For example, the art style, which was very detailed and beautiful was very shocking and unexpected to me. If you are into history, you will get a shock and a sense of disgust by the art style and what it represents.

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The reason why this movie isn't a movie about the KKK is that it doesn't try to deal with the KKK. In fact, this movie is not about the KKK at all. Rather, it is about an African-American man who has to deal with a white supremacist, racist, and violent group of men in the hood. One man fights back, the other has to walk away, and one is beaten to death. Even after the movie ends, the characters are still fighting. This movie is about a man who is trying to stand up against racism, racism, racism, and racism. I think that the "white supremacist" is not the main focus of the movie. The focus is much more on the KKK and the other characters in the hood. The only part of the movie I found really "boring" was the movie's last 20 minutes. It was pretty boring. The story starts out really strong, and then just stops. I don't think I will ever watch the movie again, but I really enjoyed this movie.

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Mary S.

As a large budget and (to me, at least) a big reason to watch this movie is the look and style. Very good. I am a big fan of the TV series and so this is the first of the "blacKkKlansman" movies that I have seen. All the elements are there. A teenage African American boy who has a difficult time relating to his parents. A big white bully who just wants to make some trouble. A girl who is acting out because of the bullying. The difference between this movie and the TV show is that we are given the opportunity to sympathize with these characters and we don't just see the brutality, but the racism. It's not a perfect film, but it's entertaining and very nice. My favorite part is the closeup of Trayvon Martin in the hospital. The only thing I didn't like is the ending, which I won't reveal, but it seems like there are a couple loose ends and then it goes off into a different direction. But I don't think it's a complete waste of time.

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John E.

If the movie has a positive message it's this: Black Lives Matter, regardless of how much or little people accept of that message. This movie is a tear jerker for sure. It's also a harrowing look at race and racism in the United States and in the United Kingdom. It's a tribute to the two-bit British racists who were the very first to get arrested for saying "white lives don't matter". The actor playing Nathan Damigo was flawless, his strong British accent was perfect, he played the part of a bully with a heart of gold very well. In the end I was amazed at how it was a very accurate representation of the Boston riots and how American society became the way it was during the riots. There's so much more to this movie than just that: the violence, the racism, the carelessness of the police, and the media's lax attitude towards it. Even a film as dark as this is able to be a positive movie and this is one of the best. I can't recommend this movie enough, but don't expect anything over and above the movie itself. I give it an 8/10.

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Keith G.

We have a man in the US government who makes these decisions, but I don't know if he's there because he's white or because he's a communist. I don't think so. I think he's in it for the money. The story is pretty good. It's about a black guy named Marcus Burnett who tries to help the only white person he knows about this party. It's not a perfect movie. It's definitely not a movie for everyone. It is very well-acted. I haven't seen it in two years, but it was very exciting to see it again. It was a good movie, and I would recommend it to anyone who wants to know what happens in the world, but not for anyone who wants to see a movie that might cause them to think.

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Jennifer C.

I was pretty much set to give this movie a thumbs down. Just because of the horrible premise, how laughable the actual characters were, how stupid and unlikable was the subject matter. I was even turned off by the movie's actual title, 'Black KKK,' because it really stuck out like a sore thumb. The movie never really stood out for anything unique about it. A lot of the scenes were actually so extremely unappealing, it almost made me want to leave the theater. However, once I came back to the theater after seeing it, I was pleasantly surprised. I was also pleasantly surprised by the rest of the cast. My favorite performance in this movie is definitely Dwayne Johnson's, who plays two different roles in this movie. Johnson does an excellent job of making you want to root for him to get the girl, but you can't help but wonder where he's going with it. Natassia Malthe is one of the most likable and believable characters in the movie, and is really refreshing to see. Overall, this movie is for the hard-core racist, but the other characters are also good and believable. I can't say I would recommend this movie, but I think it's worth your time to just sit down and enjoy.

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Ruth Foster

The worst thing about America today is the constant persecution of the Black Lives Matter Movement. Black Lives Matter is a movement that is a little known, but it is a movement that has made great strides in reducing the killing of African Americans by police officers. This film is a must see, and it should be made into a must see film. It will get the message across to the police officers that their job is to protect and serve, not to kill. It will tell them that they are very dangerous, and that they must be paid for their crimes. If you want to see the end of the story, this film is a must see. It is the ending of the Black Lives Matter Movement. It's a very, very sad story, but it will make you think.

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Madison Henderson

A film that wants to be profound, and actually succeeds. This is one of those films that you watch, and the most important things you learn are that America is great, racism is bad, and how the fuck do you get a black man in a film for the most important role. The first time i saw this movie, it was on a late night, with no plans of watching anything else. But it took my mind off everything else, and i watched this film until it was over, and then i realized that the only reason this film has any impact on you, is because you are a racist, or a racist sympathizes with the anti-white forces. And i am thankful that I am not one of them. The only bad thing about this film, is that its a bit slow, and the movie has some scenes that drag on, but this is not enough to hurt the movie. It has a solid script, and some good acting. If you have a little bit of empathy for this film, you will understand why it is so good. Enjoy.

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Joe K.

I am not going to tell you what happens in the movie because I don't want to spoil the ending. It is a true story. The movie is more of a biography and how they got involved in the KKK. I liked it a lot, I thought it was very well done. I didn't know it was based on a true story, and I am not surprised it is true. I thought the story line was great, the acting was good and the ending was very good. All the guys I know hate the Klan and they really did show it in a realistic way. I thought it was well acted and had a very good plot. I think it would have been better if they showed more about the Klan, but that was the only part that was not true.

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Russell Mendoza

I admit it, I haven't seen the original Korean movie. So I was curious about the production, but I was unprepared for the brilliance of the movie, its big message and its twist at the end. It's a beautiful, powerful movie. I would recommend it to anyone who wants to watch a movie that will make them think about their own lives, or think about the world. Its big message is that racism is alive and well. The police force is corrupt, and it's not a movie about that, but the social system we live in. The Korean movie had a positive message, but it still wasn't that important. I guess the only way I can see it is that it was all about racism and how it is still alive and well. This movie will definitely make you think about the world you live in, and the messages that it sends to us.

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I'm not sure who you are that found this movie so terrible. I thought it was horrible! I've seen more than a few movies where white people are the bad guys. The story was bad, the acting was terrible. The only reason that i gave it a 4 was because the black guy did a good job. He's a real actor. I didn't really like how the movie started off. It seemed like the movie was going to be about how the KKK got formed and who the white guys were that killed the black guy. But then they just went into a bunch of other crap. I don't know if i should be thanking someone for trying to make a movie about racism, but i will say this: I think it was a good movie, but i don't think it was a good movie at all. It was just a movie and it had a good message. The message of the movie was not to be racist.