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Movie Review: Red Tails

Commented Jan 21, 2012 at 01:56:08 in Entertainment

“The movie was superb!!”
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Movie Review: Red Tails

Commented Jan 21, 2012 at 01:55:35 in Entertainment

“Yea! It is like he was trying to find something wrong but could not?”
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Movie Review: Red Tails

Commented Jan 21, 2012 at 01:54:21 in Entertainment

“This movie was superb! And your critique that the characters were sterotyped--is wrong! The characters are typical people, with typical personalities. African Amercians ALWAYS have a very religious person in their midst, and always have the ultimate comedian. Sorry, you can't pin point why you don't like this movie..but to me, it's obvious why you can't relate. It touches on the truth of strong black men in a strong heroic group fighting for our country, and you have the sterotypical white reaction to a great movie. Scared to like black heroes”

BlackJAC on Jan 21, 2012 at 18:47:43

“You can get that character mix regardless of race or ethnicity.  I wrote a Tom Clancy spoof where the religious person turns out to be someone who comes across as the love child of Kim Cattrall and Courtney Stodden and still makes those two look like chaste prudes by comparison.”

mrs mac on Jan 21, 2012 at 13:56:10

“As an African American myself I must say that this movie was hardly superb! It hurts to have to admit it.....Though I'm grateful that Lucas made the attempt, in my opinion it was an epic fail. This was a c- movie at best for all the reasons the above reviewer said. Lucas will certainly lose money on this movie not because it's an all black cast about black heroes but because it's slow and the screenplay is week. The actors were great they just didn't have a good story to work with. It was a waste of such great talent, the retelling of a great historical event....and George Lucas's money.”