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I Am MLK Jr.

I Am MLK Jr. is a movie starring Martin Luther King, Carmelo Anthony, and Nick Cannon. This documentary explores the life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and his impact on civil rights through present day.

Other Titles
Eu Sou Martin Luther King Jr., I Am Martin Luther King Jr.
Running Time
1 hours 35 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Biography, Documentary
Director
Michael Hamilton, John Barbisan
Writer
Ian Craig Walker, John Barbisan
Actors
Martin Luther King, Clayborne Carson, Nick Cannon, Carmelo Anthony
Country
Canada
Year
2018
Audio Languages
日本語, اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
Japanese, اللغة_العربية, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

This documentary explores the life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and his impact on civil rights through present day.

Comments about biography «I Am MLK Jr.» (7)

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Teresa Rodriguez

I like a lot about this documentary: the straight, blunt and sharp interview with MLK Jr. (as well as the interview with Dr. King himself), as well as the fact that the movie is mostly shot in black and white, it is almost a different look on the civil rights movement. It was, however, a little difficult to watch, because of the part where MLK Jr. says that he used to think of himself as an American first, and that his wife and kids were born in Britain, and that he would never have cared about the civil rights movement. But in the end, the main reason why I liked it is because of the way MLK Jr. talks about his life, and that it is very much a story of his life. The way MLK Jr. says he has his own personal history, and that he's never forgotten. It is a very powerful and very moving documentary, that is in my opinion, one of the best documentaries I've seen in a long time.

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Julia

I watched this documentary the other night and was amazed. I thought I would hate this film. I was wrong. I really enjoyed this film and I would recommend it to anyone. The only reason I gave it a 10 is because the documentary had to be a lot longer than it was. The whole documentary is about 2 hours and it was like watching it all over again. I think the best part was when the film makers came to the funeral of Martin Luther King Jr. and asked the crowd, "Do you know what we are doing here?" Then they showed a clip of King's speeches and his speeches on Martin Luther King Jr. and how he got the civil rights movement started. The clip was very powerful. The movie does a good job of showing how MLK Jr. got his movement started. It also does a good job showing how King's legacy is still being fought for. It also shows how the struggles of the civil rights movement are still being fought for. There were also a few things that were very interesting that I could not get from the movie. For example, how King's wife was being pressured by her husband to marry a black man. I could not understand why the movie makers didn't tell us that. Also, the movie makers did a good job of showing how MLK Jr. was able to get out of the poverty of his hometown. The movie also showed how the civil rights movement had an impact on MLK Jr.'s life. I am very impressed with this movie. It was very inspiring. The only problem is that it was a little long. It was a little too long for me and I thought it was a little bit boring. I would recommend this documentary to anyone. I would give it a 10/10.

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Douglas

This is a very well done documentary. It is very well researched and has some very interesting things to say. It is a very hard film to watch at times, but I have to say it is a very well done film. It is also very interesting to see how different people reacted to the film. Some of the reactions to this film are very interesting. One thing I have to say is that the people who are attacking this film are either just not being fair or just not being a part of the discussion. There are people who do not want to hear anything negative about the man. This is a very difficult film to watch and I am glad that there are people like me that are willing to watch it.

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Wayne Barrett

This is a very well-done documentary. I have seen a few documentaries about MLK, but this is the first one that I have seen that has really gotten to me. I was completely blown away by the sheer magnitude of his life, and his influence on millions of people. The thing that most impressed me was how he never once seemed to be on the wrong side of anything, and he was always in favor of the underdog. He was never really a hippie, and he was not a radical or a rebel. He was just a man who believed in what he believed in. He was an icon, and the way he lived his life was almost like a documentary about him. The only thing I really could criticize is the ending, and the way it was done. It was pretty cliche, and it seemed like they were trying to tell us how his life was going to end, but they never really went into detail on his actual death. It was like they were just saying how he died, and that's it. It was almost like they were trying to cover up for not really doing anything. Overall, this is a very well-done documentary that I would recommend to anyone who wants to know more about the life of Martin Luther King Jr. I would give it a 9/10.

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Barbara Washington

This documentary, directed by Robert F. Bukaty, tells the story of the life and death of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. It's a story of success, tragedy and hope. This film is one of the best documentaries I've ever seen. It does a good job at showing the differences between black and white in America. The film shows that it's not necessarily black people who need to be more successful. It's white people who need to be more successful. The only problem is that the black community is mostly blamed for what's wrong in the world. That's a problem, because it's the white community who are the ones who have caused the problems. This is a great documentary, and I highly recommend it.

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Cynthia

A lot of people have been praising this film. The more I think about it, the more I'm a little uneasy about it. While it is a good film, it is also, to me, somewhat too long. While it's about Martin Luther King Jr. and his work, it is also a bit too long for what it's trying to accomplish. You can get lost in the film, and you're going to have a hard time keeping track of what's going on. I feel that the filmmakers did a good job of presenting the important events in MLK's life, but they tried to keep the film in a time frame that was too short to tell all the important stuff. Some of the events they did tell were the ones that were most important, like the shooting of King, but that didn't really show the significance of the events that happened before the shooting. I feel that the film had a good presentation of the events, but I feel that the length of it got in the way of the important stuff. If you like movies that are more about the people and events that happened in MLK's life, you should definitely see this film. But if you're going to watch a documentary about MLK, you might want to skip this film and wait until it comes out on DVD.

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Billy Henry

Martin Luther King, Jr. is a man who I consider to be one of the most important men in American history. He has been a political activist and a civil rights leader. When I heard about the movie I thought that it was going to be like "The civil rights movement." I have not read the book. However, when I heard the story of King's life and his struggles, I decided that I would watch it. The movie is about a man who was jailed in 1965, and later was found by his mother in an alley. I thought the movie was really good. You will not feel as bad as I did, when you hear the story of how MLK Jr. was caught in the Southern community of Selma, Alabama. The ending of the movie makes you feel better about what happened. The acting in the movie is very good, and the story of MLK Jr. is also very interesting. Overall, the movie is very good.