Selma is worth the money for the ticker.
If you want to see the past, this is the movie to see…Help keep the movement a live…
Even though movies of this content are hard to watch on some scenes, people need to know history. For me, it’s also a reminder of why I need to vote in every election, regardless of the nonsense that surrounds elections these days. My people went thru tooooo much for my freedom and right to vote. Great movie, great piece of history, and it’s worth the nominations it’s already received.
I saw a free screening of Selma. I thought it was okay. I was expecting to learn a little more about MLK Jr., like where he came from and how everything got started. Even the infidelity part was vague and skimmed over. I guess I just wanted more details about things.
This movie wasnt based on Dr. Kings autobiography. It was based on the particular time in his life that was significant (going to Selma). There is a movie strictly highlighting him growing up to right before he got murdered, titled “King”. This movie will give you more insight on how he got started with the Civil Rights movement as well as his upbringing.
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