Dear White People


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Tessa Thompson as Sam White
Teyonah Parris as Colandrea 'Coco' Conners
Kyle Gallner as Kurt Fletcher
Tyler James Williams as Lionel Higgins
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811.46 MB
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1hr 48 min
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1hr 48 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Andre Houston 1 / 10

One of the Worst Movies Ever

I didn't even finish the movie.

I thought I would give it a chance. I wish I never watched 1 hour of this movie.

First off, it is not funny whatsoever. The dialogue is horrendous, it's really just reference after reference - Exposition after Exposition. The characters are flat. The plot is silly.

The main character is just straight up confusing and unlikeable.

Also, this movie is very racist...against Black people. If a White person would've made this movie, it would have been up there with Birth of a Nation.

Who hyped this movie and thought it was good? It's bad. Very bad. Nothing about this movie is smart, nothing about this movie is funny, nothing about this movie is political and nothing about this movie is Black besides the person who made it and the characters in it.

Reviewed by James Banks 1 / 10

New aged prejudiced divisionist agenda

Went into this hoping for the best, but was sadly disappointed. This kind of mockery would be called criminal if it was titled Dear Black People. Taking 5 years to write this, Simien obviously did no research into actual college campus life. It looks as if he was given carte blanche by the divisionist government agenda that keeps racism alive and well in this nation. None of the comedy is witty let alone remotely funny. The satire that liberal critics elude to is fairytale hate that no student in the past 50 years would even dream of doing. One critic even wrote, "A smart, hilarious satire of the Obama age." All actors in this movie are too talented for hate speech such as this. This is yet another attempt to separate people and ideals and set civil rights back to when Muslims first sold Africans to the Europeans. Seriously, people need to check themselves and get backbones for calling this funny, smart, or witty. Martin Luther King would be rolling in his grave if he knew his struggles for peace and equality culminated in this. Spike Lee, in all his divisionist hate, could not even remotely touch this absurd delusional myriad of vile hatred. Watch this as a warning of what's to come in the future of left wing agenda films.

Reviewed by Discogodfather9622 3 / 10

Boring movie

DWP is the feature directorial debut for Justin Simien, having previously raised most of the film's budget from the crowd-funding site Indiegogo. The film is a satirical story about a group of black students at a fictitious Ivy League school where tensions reach a boiling point when white students throw a black, "ghetto themed" party. To be blunt, I didn't like the movie. I went into it with a "sock it to me attitude." What I got was a watered down wannabe Spike Lee joint. It's clear that Simien is a Spike Lee fan right down to the directing style, but when it comes to the in-your-face attitude, it falls flat. The "show down" at the aforementioned party was a joke. Some bottles were broken, a few stereo speakers knocked over, and a face was punched; that was about it. The one star that shined from the movie was Tyler James Williams, formerly from Everybody Hates Chris, playing the socially awkward, gay character, Lionel Higgins. He just wants to be himself while cliques try to claim him as their own. Do yourself a favor and watch, "Do The Right Thing" instead.

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