Dear White People

2014

Action / Comedy / Drama / Romance

115
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 91%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 61%
IMDb Rating 6.1 10 23799

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Synopsis


Uploaded By: OTTO
January 22, 2015 at 01:36 AM

Director

Cast

Tessa Thompson as Sam White
Teyonah Parris as Colandrea 'Coco' Conners
Kyle Gallner as Kurt Fletcher
Tyler James Williams as Lionel Higgins
720p.BLU 1080p.BLU
811.46 MB
1280*720
English 2.0
R
23.976 fps
1 hr 48 min
P/S 6 / 14
1.64 GB
1920*1080
English 2.0
R
23.976 fps
1 hr 48 min
P/S 3 / 5

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by arseniy 3 / 10

At Least Say Something

Some thoughts:

(1) The filmmakers do far too much hiding of their own opinions in the various opinions presented here.

(2) I bet however, that they do believe things like "black people can't be racist". Exposing the ever-self-serving corresponding absurdity, being as simple as looking up the word "racist" in the damn dictionary. Instead of putting up a highly-specialized/strawman definition, only to pretend that it's THE definition.

(3) There are actual slaves in the world. Right now. Millions of them. Moreover, even in the US, there is both very real slavery and very real racism. Not dumb college kids responding to faux-civil-rights-crusader bait and wearing some dumb costumes at some dumb private party. No. People are actually being forced away from their health and freedom based on race and class - in the US - as we speak. Black people, brown people, Asian people, even white people (see: Eastern European sex trafficking), etc. Exceedingly few of these grim realities, have very much to do at all - with what's depicted here. And if one is really concerned about such matters - one would find a way to reflect (at least SOME of) them in one's film. If however, one is selfishly concerned instead with the minutiae of one's own exceedingly-privileged (by world and even US standards) existence, while wanting to disguise oneself as a hard-issue-tackler - one would make a film just like this.

(4) And if burying one's head this far up one's own rectum is an absolute must - I'd at least ask that there's a clear corresponding point. Which brings us back to (1) above.

(5) Perhaps I'm being too harsh, but when people pretend to care about higher ideals, while their efforts are all too obviously aimed instead at merely serving themselves - I have trouble seeing anything else. Whether it's Fox News with their constant cry-bullying. Or what madness Nazi atrocities and such have been used to justify in the middle East. Or such, admittedly-milder, yet all-too-similar cases.

Reviewed by Reno Rangan 3 / 10

Is it about the student politics or racism?

Actually, I don't understand this film, I mean the story, what it intended to tell us. Maybe it's for Americans only. I thought it could be some underrated cool comedy, but what I just saw was definitely not expected. I kind of felt it was a student politics and if it stayed like that way I would have had no problem. But they said it is a comedy and I did not get any, in between it became a racism thing. I never understood this American racism, why they're making it so complicated. Especially the condition of the US is not looking good right now and this film pours a more oil to it. I'm neither white nor black or an American, and sorry I did not find it a good film. Even more, I don't get, how a television series is getting ready to follow-up it. So no offense for those who liked it, seems I'm in a wrong place. I just rated and reviewed what I felt it deserves, other than that I'm not against the film. I'm out of here!

3/10

Reviewed by Clifton Johnson 7 / 10

An inconsistent farce, but worthwhile nonetheless

I found myself thinking that this film felt less than realistic (because it was a farce) or less than current (because it borrowed so heavily from Spike Lee's 90s joints). But then the credits roll and you remember: we're still here...we're still having this conversation about our identities and ourselves. There's nothing post-racial about 2015, and this film prods and pokes and laughs and jokes until we get that. It's not realistic, but it is real.

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