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Malcolm X


Denzel Washington, Angela Bassett, Albert Hall, Al Freeman, Jr. View All


Spike Lee (Screenplay), Spike Lee (Director), Arnold Perl (Screenplay) View All

Release: Nov. 18th, 1992
Runtime: 3 hours, 22 minutes
A tribute to the controversial black activist and leader of the struggle for black liberation. He hit bottom during his imprisonment in the '50s, he became a Black Muslim and then a leader in the Nation of Islam. His assassination in 1965 left a legacy of self-determination and racial pride.
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Spike Lee's Malcolm X (Denzel Washington), on the other hand, is a more thorough examination of Malcolm's life contemplating just what kind of man Malcolm is and what kind of man he seeks to be, chronicling his years as a troubled kid growing up in Boston, his time in prison after a series of robber....
Malcolm X (1992) - Directed by Spike Lee -------------------------------------------- Biopic / Drama ------------------------------------------------- "We don't see any American Dream.