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  • tick x 3

    • kevin sellers
    • 9/16/16

    The title is apt since, due to director's Ralph Nelson's somnolent pacing and inability to direct action, one feels the time passing ever so slowly. Another huge problem is that Jim Brown can't act. Not even a little bit. Consequently, scenes with him have no dramatic spark or indeed even interest. And since he is the film's main character this is a burdensome situation. Give it a C minus. P.S. Sad to see the great Frederic March ending an immortal career with this hambone performance.

  • Tick tick Tick

    • ruby w lee
    • 1/19/15

    Enjoyable ,rascim such a waste of time and energy. We havw come a long way baby I am a child of the 1950I am thankful thank my parents believe an justice for all.thanks for showing this film.

  • Tick, Tick, Tick

    • Linda
    • 9/12/11

    Great movie, saw it with my parents as a teen. I am in my 40's now and have the film on VHS, that I recorded many years ago. Would love to have it on DVD and for TCM to have it on.

  • Fantastic Movie!!

    • Jimmy Green
    • 1/8/11

    I was 16 years old when this movie came out and being from a small town in Georgia just made this movie very real to me. I wactched it then and have watched it throughout the years every chance I get. The only station that even play it from time to time is TCM(at least that's the only station that I've seen it on). I've had other oppurtunties to purchase this movie from other companies but I trust TCM because I've purchased other DVDs from them and the quality of the movies are unbelievable.

  • the right thing to do.

    • michael kincaid
    • 11/24/09

    This is a good movie and shows how right over comes bigits. how white and black come together for the rights of common man and over come the power of money.

  • A Rare Gem

    • Greg Gaetano
    • 12/6/08

    Great southern movie with a Superb soundtrack!

  • Great Movie

    • Danny Jones
    • 8/5/07

    This is a great example of southern style movies.

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