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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
I Am Martin Luther King Jr., Eu Sou Martin Luther King Jr.
Running Time
1 hours 35 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Documentary, Biography
John Barbisan, Michael Hamilton
Ian Craig Walker, John Barbisan
Clayborne Carson, Martin Luther King, Carmelo Anthony, Nick Cannon
Audio Languages
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, 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 documentary «I Am MLK Jr.» (31)

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Craig Gray

Having heard a lot of criticism on this film I decided to go and see it in theatres. I was not disappointed. For a documentary that is about MLK Jr. it is very interesting. The interviews are very interesting. It is not all that easy to see all of the evidence on this film but that is part of the fun. The subject is also very interesting. It seems that some people hate this film but I think that there is something to be said for it. People hate documentaries when they are wrong. If you are looking for a documentary about the life of MLK Jr. then this is not the movie for you. However if you are looking for a documentary about the assassination of MLK Jr. then this is the film to see. The movie was very well made. It was shot in black and white and the pictures were crisp and clear. The interviews were also very interesting. They were all very interesting. I think that the film was very well done. It was interesting to see how the media handled the assassination of MLK Jr. I think that the film was interesting and it was well done. The film was very well made and it is a good movie to see.

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Harold M.

I have never seen a documentary so emotionally compelling as this one. I am an African-American woman and I have had the privilege of meeting Martin Luther King Jr. in person many times. I was shocked to hear the words he spoke in the film. I was also stunned by his struggle with his weight. I was moved by his story and I was moved by the courage he displayed to speak out against the injustices in the country. This documentary was a powerful and moving story about the struggle that MLK Jr. went through and how he overcame it. The film was very well made and I highly recommend it.

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Harold H.

As a filmmaker, I felt that this film was excellent in every respect. While I am not a fan of those that have been under the impression that it was a documentary, I enjoyed it immensely as a "film about the man", as it is not a documentary per se. While this is certainly a documentary, it is much more than that. This is the real thing - a biography of a man who is considered one of the "Three Wives" in the history of American politics. I was impressed by the filmmakers ability to present all sides of the story, including the many others who knew MLK Jr. and his family. I found it fascinating that the filmmakers took the time to interview various people that knew MLK Jr. The most impressive of them was Martin Luther King Jr. This guy was the epitome of courage and integrity. He was a man who never shied away from controversy, and who fought for the rights of the oppressed. His stand for civil rights was anything but a stand against bigotry, as he believed in equality and justice for all. When asked in an interview about the United States government, he said that he "always said it was a white man's country, until I got to see what they were doing to the Negro". He made it clear that he believed that this country was "dumb" and should be "made fair". The film does not allow MLK Jr. to be vilified. Instead it gives you the opportunity to read his words and read into the lives of his family members. I was impressed with the fact that MLK Jr. took a stand in his life and never sought publicity. He did not want to be a "man of the people", he wanted to be a "man of God". I was also impressed that he never acted as a member of a "black pride" organization. He was a proud man who wanted to fight for his beliefs, and for the rights of all people. There is no doubt that he was a true "redeemer" for the people of his time. The documentary, as the title suggests, is a documentary, but it is also a history lesson. It is an interesting take on the life of Martin Luther King Jr., and it is an interesting take on the life of a man who fought for the rights of the oppressed. All in all, it was a great film. There were some times when the film could have been a bit longer, but for the most part, it was a very moving and fascinating look at a life that was just too important to miss. My only complaint is that the film does not have the opportunity to explain in more detail his relationship with the other two wives.

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Kathryn Santos

I loved this movie. I have watched it multiple times and I always love it. I don't watch this stuff for the stars and I don't care for the acting or the story line. I like documentaries and this one is excellent. There is not much to say about this movie. It's about MLK Jr and how he was murdered. He was killed in 1968, some people say he was killed in 1972. I personally believe he was killed in 1968 because he was from a black community and he did not fit in the 'fog of war'. In 1972 he was killed and the people of his community started to hate him and he ended up going into prison and became an unfulfilled man. So this movie is about the life of MLK Jr. How he died and how he left his legacy. If you don't know much about him you will be surprised by this movie. I saw this movie and the end is not predictable. And he was a hero because he was a leader of his community. His family, his friends and the community all loved him. He did not deserve to die because he was a very good man and he never killed anybody. MLK Jr. had a legacy and if he had not had a legacy it would have been different. He was very loved by his community and he never did harm anybody and he never took anything from anyone. He died because of his country and his country was very racist and he was the only one who did not fight for his country. This movie is excellent and a must see. I am glad I did see this movie.

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Danielle G.

My first reaction to the title of this documentary was to say it was stupid, and my second reaction was that I should not have spent the $10.50 to see it at a film festival. It's a documentary about a man that was beaten by the police because he was Black. The filmmaker interviews many of the people that lived near the scene of the murder, and they say that this man was a "gangster" that lived with his brother and his two children, and they say he was involved in drug dealing. This man was arrested by the police, but they released him after they found he was HIV positive. He then proceeded to beat the cops and his brother, and he was convicted of manslaughter and sentenced to 25 years to life in prison. The people who are interviewed say that he would go to prison when he got out. I think that this man's story should be shown in schools, and hopefully he would not be imprisoned anymore. But his story should be known to the people of the United States, so we could understand that there are people who are not as fortunate as him, and that people are capable of doing bad things, and that we need to make sure that they never get the opportunity to do this. I do not think that this man deserved to be murdered. His life should be remembered as that of a poor man who could not stand for the injustices of the system, and he should be remembered for being a martyr to the cause of justice.

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Jesse H.

A great documentary that should be seen by everyone who has been touched by this tragic event. We all know that MLK was a victim of racism. We also know that his fight for civil rights was not as successful as he hoped. He was shot dead at a time when most Americans were becoming more and more racist. He did not die in vain. This film is very well done and will make you laugh, cry and think. It is a must see.

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Beverly L.

This documentary was made about the life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. It gives us a sense of what the life of the legendary civil rights leader must have been like and how he shaped the world we live in today. The doc looks at his rise and fall, the trials and tribulations of his life, his people and his future. It's also told how he and his family dealt with the times, and how he dealt with the death of his wife, the murder of a young black man and the assassination of the South African President. I personally love the way that the doc gives us a sense of how the mind of MLK worked, and how his ideas were deeply engrained in the minds of the people he met. He was also taught in a variety of ways, and his ideas are still very much a part of the US as we know it. It also tells the story of the four people he met and the things he said to them. The people he met were a mix of black, white, Indian and other minority groups, and he was known for his kindness and kindness to all, including the people he met. This documentary was made by the people who had the most to gain from the doc, and they made it very clear that they did not want it to end. They wanted to tell as many stories about MLK as they could, and they did not care about the story being short. It was clear that they wanted it to be as long as possible, and in the end they had quite a few, and they had a lot of raw material that they were able to use to tell the story they wanted. All in all, it was an excellent doc that anyone could watch and learn from. It is by far the best doc I've seen on MLK, and I highly recommend it to anyone.

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The MLK Jr. movie will not appeal to everyone, but I did not see that with the other MLK movies. But I do have to say, it was one of the best MLK movies, it was very well directed, well written, well made and entertaining. There was a lot of great quotes from MLK Jr. himself, and this movie was very well done. I really like the music by Muddy Waters. I really like that. My favorite was the first one, "It's in My Heart" and "It's Too Late for Love" and "Wise Up My Love." I have to say, I really like this movie, and I think it is the best of the three MLK movies. 7/10

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Carolyn M.

I was a big fan of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. until his assassination in 1968. I also was a big fan of his son, Barack Obama, until his election to the U.S. Presidency in 2008. I was curious to see how they would compare. I think they did a pretty good job. I will agree with the comments that the film was not nearly as good as the "The Martin Luther King Jr. Story" on PBS. I think that is a good thing, because it makes you think about what happened to MLK Jr. and his family. The documentary did a good job in showing MLK Jr. and his wife, Coretta Scott King, in their later years. I was impressed with the way the film showed the challenges of their marriage and the difficulties of raising their children. It also showed their daughter, Malia, in her teens and her growing up. There were some good scenes, particularly the one where Malia was a teenager and she was watching a news report about the assassination of MLK Jr. and her father was getting emotional. This is the first time I have seen a film about MLK Jr. and I enjoyed it. I would recommend it to anyone who wants to know about the life of MLK Jr. and his family.

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This is a very funny documentary about Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and a few people who knew him well. He is interviewed by a few people, and they tell his life story and his relationship with others. They show how he developed his political beliefs, and how he ended up in prison. It also shows how he broke up with a woman, who had a child with him, and a relationship with his wife, which ended. It was hard to see him go to prison for 40 years, and seeing his life go from a huge success to a failure. I think the movie is good, but the people interviewed don't seem to really care. I don't know if the documentary was edited very well, but it's not that good. I think it's better to see MLK Jr. in person, in person, and in person.

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A former comedian/actor interviewed by his sister, discussing his growing up in the hood, in the 1950s, and how his life changed, from one year to the next. This is one of those documentaries you can watch as a conversation starter with your friends. The film goes into much detail on the end of the era, when the US military entered into a new era of bombing of the city of Miami. It is a good documentary for people who want to learn more about the life of Martin Luther King Jr. although I have heard that the film doesn't make any attempt to give the Civil Rights leader's point of view. But, personally, I found this film interesting. 7/10

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I loved this movie! But I have to say that a lot of the things I saw in it were not accurate, as some other people have said. I like to believe that there are good people out there and that they can help. I know that there are many people who have been hurt by police brutality. This is one of the main points in the movie. I hope that in the future that more documentaries and film work will be done about the problem of racism in this country. It was a very good movie, although some parts could have been better. But it did a good job at showing the issues that are being addressed. I think that this movie was very important and the fact that it was made in the 1980's is very important. It shows the country as it is now and shows that it is not as bad as it used to be. It's still a problem but it's not as big as it used to be. I think that people should see this movie and then see the movie "How to be a White Man" and think about what is going on with people of color. I think that this movie was very important and I think that it should be made available to see on the internet. I don't think that people should ignore it, it's important.

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Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. (a well-respected physician) is seen in this documentary as he is honored for his work, as he was taking part in the War in Vietnam. There is footage of the protests, of his speeches, and of his moving speech at the funeral of his wife, Coretta Scott King (Queen Latifah) and his sons. Dr. King is seen as a great man. He doesn't seem to be much of a leader, but he was a great man. He did what he could, with what he had, and he did it well. It is amazing that he was able to make such a difference, because he was a non-violent, non-racist man. It is amazing that he had such a great, wonderful, positive impact on the world. Dr. King was a man of tremendous self-confidence, and was able to make a difference by being himself. I have seen this documentary several times, and have always been fascinated with the fact that he was able to go and stand up to the government and go to jail, and still get what he wanted. He got what he wanted, even though he didn't know what he wanted. When you think about it, this man really did make a difference. A great documentary, and very touching. A must-see.

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Phillip W.

This documentary tells the story of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and his life from his childhood until the death of his wife. It has been widely acclaimed as a great story, and it does a great job at it, but for some reason I found it somewhat difficult to watch. I had to think a lot while watching this film. It's not as simple as saying "This is a great film. I love this movie." I'm not sure if it was the format of the film or the subject matter, but this documentary was definitely not easy to watch. There were parts that were so graphic, I had to take a break and change the channel. The film also left me thinking that King's life is still in jeopardy and there is still some issues that still need to be addressed. King's life is not known to most people, so this documentary might be a good start for many people who haven't heard about King. It is definitely worth seeing, but it isn't for everyone. I give it a 7 out of 10. One more point out of ten and this would be a 9.

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Jane Hawkins

I have been a fan of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. since I was a child. I never saw him in a film, and I didn't even know he was a civil rights activist until I read a biography of him in high school. When I found out he was a civil rights activist, I felt very inspired. I wanted to know more about his life and how he felt about the world around him. I decided to watch this documentary, which is very well made and well written. The movie is divided into three parts. In the first, we are shown how King got his start. He was born in a small town in South Carolina. His father was a preacher and the family had to move when King was a child. He was brought up by a single mother, and his father left when he was a teenager. King's father had a record for being a criminal, and King was not well-liked by his peers. He was a poor student and had a poor attitude. When he was a teenager, King was arrested for fighting in a local fight club. He was arrested, but was not physically abused. His father did not believe his son was a criminal and did not pay any money for his son's incarceration. The story of his youth is told in great detail, as he worked to be a civil rights activist. He spent his summers in Washington, D.C. helping to organize protests for voting rights. He was involved in many protests and marches, including the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom. King was an outspoken activist who stood up for the rights of African Americans, and he was highly regarded by the NAACP and other civil rights organizations. He was arrested on numerous occasions for his activism. His activism led to his arrest, conviction, and eventual release. He was convicted of violating the 18th Amendment, and sentenced to seven years in prison. After his release, King continued to be a civil rights activist. He was a strong supporter of the civil rights movement. He started the "Southern Christian Leadership Conference," which was a major civil rights organization in the South. He supported the voting rights movement. He was the first black president of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee. He was arrested on numerous occasions, and his activism was an important part of his life. The second part of the movie is a narrative of King's life. He was arrested again, and was convicted of violating the 18th Amendment. His conviction was upheld by the U.S. Supreme Court in 1954. He was sentenced to death. The documentary tells us how King reacted to the sentence. He was released from prison in 1958 and died the following year. The third part of the movie is about his final days. He was taken to the hospital after being found unconscious, and he was pronounced dead. King was buried in Memphis. The movie was made by a team of filmmakers, and they worked on this project for more than a year. They interviewed people who knew King and his family, and they took photographs and videos of many of his public appearances. They also worked on getting King's speeches recorded and released. This movie was made to honor King, and to bring his legacy to the public. This is the first movie to do this. I have seen many documentaries about Martin Luther King Jr., and I have seen many documentaries about the civil rights movement. This movie is very well done, and it is very informative. I highly recommend this movie.

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Mildred W.

In terms of politics, the topic that came up with the film, was not about MLK Jr. The subject was actually about the economic reality of the time. For those who don't know, during the time period of the civil rights movement, there were economic hardships and problems, but at the same time, MLK Jr. was one of the biggest successes, and the end of the movement. So, why did he do it? Well, he got a black man to sit on a bus. The main reason was because of the segregation, that's why, there were some problems, but in the end, he was able to help change the society, and the entire nation. Also, we saw in the movie, how MLK Jr. started a movement, that's why he started it. It was also shown, that during the years, he used his talent to help people, and the government. However, during the time period, he was also still getting mad, and took away a lot of his money. So, for the people who are curious, and don't know the truth, or don't want to know, I would recommend watching this movie. It's a documentary, and it's not a documentary that everyone would want to watch, but it's a good documentary to watch.

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Nancy Butler

After seeing this movie I have come to the conclusion that I have never heard of Martin Luther King Jr. I found this movie to be one of the best documentaries I have seen so far. I also found it to be an excellent film that is based on facts. The people in this film are people who know MLK Jr. and his life from the perspective of the people who knew MLK Jr. I think it is an excellent film because it does not have the political agenda of others, which can be very divisive, but it shows the side of MLK Jr. that I have never seen before. It is a very moving and inspiring film.

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Grace L.

This documentary is based on a book by Michael Eric Dyson, Jr. The movie is a great look into the life of Martin Luther King Jr., who was a revolutionary who was willing to take risks for his beliefs. The film is a bit long, but it is well-done and provides a good insight into the life of King. There are some things I didn't understand, like how King's first wife was able to have an abortion. I'm not sure how to explain that. I also thought the film did not go into all the details about King's personal life. I don't think it was necessary to include that information, because there is not a lot of information about King's personal life. Also, there was no mention of his sexuality. King was not the only person in the civil rights movement to be openly gay. The movie does mention that many black people in the 1960's were openly gay. King's sexuality was a part of his life, and he was proud of it. The film was made in 1996, and I believe it was the first time it was made. The movie was shot in the late 1970's and early 1980's, and the film was released in 1996. It is definitely worth seeing, especially if you are a fan of Martin Luther King Jr. This is a good movie for people who are not fans of MLK Jr. He is a great man, and his life is a good story. The movie is definitely worth watching.

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Danielle B.

I'm not a movie critic. I like to follow films that are trying to tell a story, and this one was very well done. I also like documentaries, and this one is no exception. I also like to see how different people respond to the same kind of situations. I enjoyed this documentary because I've always felt that all people can make a difference and that we all have the power to be heroes. My wife, who grew up in a poor, black household, was also very impressed. I would have liked to have seen more film from Dr. King, but he did say that the more I heard about MLK the more I wanted to know more. I've also always felt that the way we are now is not quite the way that people were in the 50s and 60s. I've always liked this film because it is so well done and in my opinion it is a great depiction of what life was like for African-Americans during this time. If you don't believe me, just watch it. It will change your opinion.

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Virginia L.

This movie is an amazing story of MLK Jr., the civil rights leader who's legacy is still being challenged. This film, which I strongly recommend, was written by Rob Harris, who was MLK Jr.'s brother and I believe one of the reasons this film is so important is because MLK Jr. had an extremely difficult time coming to terms with his role in the civil rights movement. He believed that he should be the center of the movement and felt that his brothers and sisters in the movement should be the focal point of the national dialogue. The film also deals with issues such as his religious beliefs, the way he deals with the media, and his involvement in the civil rights movement. However, one thing that I am not sure about is the way in which this film was made. The film takes place entirely in black and white, and we are left with very little information on what MLK Jr. thinks and why he does what he does. One of the most interesting things in the film is the fact that many of the people who are interviewed for the film were not even aware of what they were filming. It seems as though the filmmakers would have liked the audience to understand MLK Jr. as much as possible. I also found it a bit strange that many of the interviews, including MLK Jr.'s brother, were done in a very dry and slow voice. I think this film would have benefited from being more like an oral history. This would have given the film a more intimate feel and maybe allowed us to know more about MLK Jr.'s personality and his beliefs. Overall, I found the film to be very important, but it's very difficult to fully understand MLK Jr.'s personality and beliefs and what his life was like. The film was also very hard to get through because of the lack of information on what the film was actually about. The film is very well-made, and it's one of the most important documentaries I've seen. But it would have been nice if the filmmakers had given us more information about MLK Jr. and more about the real MLK Jr. Who knows? Maybe he'll do a biopic of his life in the future. I am very excited to see this film because of the outstanding performances, and the film will definitely be a part of my personal film collection.

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Christine S.

I really enjoyed this documentary. It does a great job of showing the lives of people from the era of Martin Luther King Jr., from the segregated society to the civil rights movement, from Martin Luther King to the people of color. It is very fascinating to hear the people in the scene, the discussions, the scenes, and how their lives intertwine. I think the documentary is very informative, and even if you don't like the subject matter, the way the film is done, it will still leave you with a good understanding of the times. I highly recommend this documentary, I think it is one of the best documentaries I have ever seen. I give it a rating of 7, not because of the subject matter, but because of the method in which it was done. It is very well done.

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I was happy to see that director John Franklin Taylor would not continue the tradition of a fictional documentary as the documentary of Martin Luther King Jr. It is amazing that the man himself did not want to be on the film. Even so, it is still very good and the parts with the archival footage of MLK Jr. and his mentors and family were some of the best I have seen on the subject. If you haven't seen this documentary, watch it and take the time to listen to the interviews and other footage with MLK Jr. It will give you a much better understanding of the man and his life. All in all, this was an excellent documentary and a great tribute to MLK Jr.

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Jesse Pena

The most disturbing thing about the MLK Jr. documentary is that it is so well-made. The interviews with his wife and children are really interesting, and they do a great job of showing how the family lived through the events of the time. The film also looks at the events of the civil rights movement, and how it affected the family. It does a great job of showing how Martin Luther King Jr. was the most important person in history. It also shows how his life was a success, and how he was able to accomplish so much in his life. This is a documentary that I would recommend to anyone, and it is a film that will be very important in the coming years.

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Dylan T.

This is a very well made documentary that really shows the most important issues in America today. I've seen it twice and it has always stayed with me. MLK Jr. is an amazing man and a man who I feel honored to be a part of. His life was filled with love, and his actions are one of the most powerful I've ever seen in any documentary. It was a pleasure to see him speak and to hear his message of peace. MLK Jr. was a fighter for peace and to make the world a better place. His love of life is something that I believe all of us can learn from. His faith was his strength and his hope for the future of his country. He knew that God was in control of his life and that he had to live it to the fullest. He lived life to the fullest and made the world a better place. I'm really proud of this documentary and I hope that people will see it and be inspired by it. I'm sure this will be a very popular documentary. I was amazed at how much I enjoyed it and I hope that others will be as well.

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You know, I've never been a fan of Martin Luther King Jr. but I found his stories interesting and entertaining. When I heard of the film, I thought that it would be a little boring because the two leads, Sam Jackson and Martin Sheen, are famous actors. However, they did a good job in the film and made it fun. It was worth seeing the film because of the topics that they covered, but if you're looking for a serious documentary about Martin Luther King Jr., you won't find it here.

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Jacob W.

My name is George Lopez. I am the co-founder of the Documentary Fund. I'm also the son of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. My father's dream was to bring attention to injustice and racism in this country, and he did that with his documentaries. So when I saw his films, I was inspired and wanted to be a part of it. I was a college student, and I wanted to do the same for my father. My father was a civil rights activist, but he was also a brilliant writer. I wanted to do the same for my father. I also have a video camera, and I could not believe that the people who I saw in the film were actually from my family. I watched the film, and I felt my father's spirit throughout the entire film. When I watched the film, I also felt my father's spirit. I felt his heart. I felt my father's love and compassion for people. I felt his love and compassion for his family. He was the president of the United States, and he had his thoughts, thoughts, and feelings on race, and racism. It was a very interesting documentary, and it was an inspiring one. It also showed the conflict between people of different cultures and religions. In the film, Martin Luther King Jr. said, "No one person can live forever, but all of us can make a difference." My father's dream came true. He did make a difference in the world. He was a great man and I am proud of him for that. I would encourage anyone to see the film.

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Billy P.

You know, after the film, I had to come back and check my memory of the film. The original screening was in Australia and they said that they didn't like it because it was anti-Semitic. I had to go back to the original screening to find out why they were against it. Now, I know that it's not like the original film, but I'm still not satisfied. I think the story is interesting, but the cinematography and editing, it just wasn't as good. I think that the end of the film is amazing. I think that's the biggest problem with this film, it's kind of neat to watch the film, but when it ends, you think to yourself, "That's it? What was that?"

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I was lucky enough to see this film in The Rockford Film Festival, a documentary film festival that is part of the Austin Film Festival. I had never heard of the film before I saw it, but I have to say that I was impressed with the film. The film is about the life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. In the late 1950s, Dr. King was known as the face of the civil rights movement. He had the courage to stand up against the hate and the KKK and become the head of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference. The film follows the events of that time period and in a way, that's not to say that the film is not about Dr. King's life. The film is very well made and the cast does a wonderful job of portraying the character of Dr. King. He was an extremely intelligent man who was very passionate about the civil rights movement. He was not like a leader, he was a leader of people. I felt that the film was very entertaining and enjoyable to watch. The film is also not to be missed by people who don't know much about Dr. King. The film has some great interviews with the people who knew him well and it even includes a great performance by Imelda Staunton. There are some very funny scenes in the film, but I found that they were used too much. I think they were more focused on Dr. King's speeches than the actual events of his life. Overall, I found the film to be a very good film, but I would have liked to have seen a little more about Dr. King's life. He was very intelligent and passionate about his beliefs. He was not someone who would have accepted anything without being convinced by it. This film is not to be missed by anyone who wants to see an interesting and enjoyable film about Dr. King.

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It is hard to convey the emotions that came with the passage of time, but the excitement, sadness, pride and hope that each of us went through in those eight long years were definitely captured on film. The time line shows us that we have made a small but significant contribution to the change in the way we perceive our nation and ourselves as a nation. Not all the stories are about MLK Jr. We learn that the movie was made by a group of people who had always been dedicated to the cause of their leader, and we also learn about the dedication of each of them to the task of making a film that would bring an end to the legacy of their leader. It was certainly difficult to make the film for all of them and it was an extremely difficult process to work with the interviews, the archive, and the archival materials. I also believe that it was important to keep a little bit of the documentary, since it can be hard to keep the sense of wonder and the excitement of the people that were on that team. We learn that the documentary was not made by the people who were involved in the actual shooting of the film, but it was made by the group that was responsible for making the documentary, and it is a very special film that it is. We are very happy that it is being made available to the world and that we are able to be a part of that change in how we see our country and ourselves. This film should be shown to all Americans and to everyone who is interested in seeing the "real" story of MLK Jr., because it is a story that should be told.

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John R.

I've been a fan of Martin Luther King Jr. since I was about 7 years old, and I never thought I would have the opportunity to meet him, or see the documentary, "The Power of Love: The Unsung Heroes of the Civil Rights Movement". So I was not expecting much. I was pleasantly surprised. I had the opportunity to meet Martin Luther King Jr. himself, and he was very gracious and humble, and very nice. He really is a great guy. The movie was very good, and it's a must-see for any American, or any American who is interested in the civil rights movement, or MLK Jr. For those who are not familiar with MLK Jr., he is an American businessman, who was the founder of the Nation of Islam, a religious organization that was very close to the Ku Klux Klan, and it was a group that became very violent and very violent. The film is very good. It's very informative. It's very well-produced. I would recommend it to anybody, and I hope it gets a wide distribution. It's very good, and it's a must-see.

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I was quite impressed with the overall presentation of this film. It's a very well made documentary that doesn't try to be too political or to focus on one specific topic. It's a mix of several stories that relate to the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr. It also has interviews with several people involved with the film, including former President Bill Clinton. There is a lot of footage of MLK Jr. and his life, and the movie also includes clips from his speeches, speeches to congress, and a few interviews with the King family. It's not the most well-done documentary, but it is very interesting and it's a very well-done documentary.