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(25399) 7.4 133 min 2018

The Hate U Give is a movie starring Amandla Stenberg, Regina Hall, and Russell Hornsby. Starr witnesses the fatal shooting of her childhood best friend Khalil at the hands of a police officer. Now, facing pressure from all sides of...

Starring
Anthony Mackie, Russell Hornsby, Amandla Stenberg, Regina Hall
Genres
Drama, Crime
Director
George Tillman Jr.

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Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Drama, Crime
Director George Tillman Jr.
Writer Angie Thomas, Audrey Wells
Stars Anthony Mackie, Russell Hornsby, Amandla Stenberg, Regina Hall
Country USA
Also Known As The Hate U Give: La haine qu'on donne, Nienawiść, którą dajesz, O Ódio Que Semeias, Sessiz Kalma, The Hate You Give, O Ódio que Você Semeia, A gyűlölet, amit adtál, ヘイト・ユー・ギブ, 致所有逝去的聲音, El odio que das, Il coraggio della verità - The Hate U Give, La haine qu'on donne
Runtime 2H 13M
Description Starr witnesses the fatal shooting of her childhood best friend Khalil at the hands of a police officer. Now, facing pressure from all sides of the community, Starr must find her voice and stand up for what's right.

Top reviews

Saturday, 12 Sep 2020 14:29

The Hate U Give, directed by Sharon Stone, stars Rose McGowan as Jackie McCauley, a 13-year-old high school student in New York. Jackie suffers from mental illness and is struggling with her boyfriend and her family. Her mother, Penny (Frances McDormand) is taking care of her daughter but she has difficulty handling her daughter. She becomes paranoid and anxious and goes to the police to file a report. She is refused because of her identity as a police officer. When she is called back, she finds that her mother has changed. Her mother now says that she will no longer take care of her daughter. When she and her boyfriend, Justin (Christopher Walken), are going to take her to therapy sessions, Jackie is afraid to leave her apartment because of the public harassment. Her mother tells Jackie that she will get an eviction notice if she does not leave her apartment by the deadline. The police are called to escort her. They call her sister, Catherine (Anna Faris) who tells her to call her father, Frank (Kevin Bacon), who is her boyfriend's father. She does not believe her and she starts to believe her sister. As the police escort her, she begins to realize that her mother is a sociopath and that she is not a victim. She then realizes that her mother is not a victim either. This is a compelling and very disturbing movie about mental illness and its effects on a young girl. The acting is excellent. McGowan is great as the troubled high school student. Her performance is believable and the movie is very realistic. Frances McDormand is great as the mother. She is very convincing in her role and the movie is realistic. Kevin Bacon is great as her boyfriend. His performance is fantastic. Anna Faris is very convincing as the sister. Her performance is also great. She does a great job of playing a mental patient. I give this film an 8/10.
Sunday, 06 Sep 2020 07:45

I first saw this film in its original format, when it was re-released in my local library's collection. I was enthralled by the director's skillful handling of the editing and the performances by the various leads. But the more I re-watched the film, the more I found myself resenting the film's methodical and methodical delivery. The more I watched the film, the more I realized that it was actually good. As a statement of its "method", the film presents a number of truths that many would rather not confront, such as the cruel and murderous nature of the neo-Nazis, and the fact that this movie is actually true, not just a metaphor for the Nazi party. To a certain extent, the neo-Nazis were a bit like the Nazis, except that they were more concerned with glorifying themselves and their ideals than actually doing anything to make things better for the average person. In the end, the film shows how the radical ideologies of the Nazis and the far-right American fascists ultimately collided, and the result of this collision was not much of a victory for either side. But the film is not about the fact that the Nazis and fascists were wrong; it's about how the neo-Nazis and fascists became "right", and the fact that, eventually, the ideology of the neo-Nazis and fascists failed. I would not call this film a masterpiece, and I do not think that it is a classic in the American film genre. However, it is a very good film, and a very good documentary. You should check it out, but I would recommend you do not watch it with a full understanding of the politics of the time, or you will be too blinded by the message to care about the message.


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