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Wow I can't believe I just got 🌕 'd or I mean 🌚'd... I don't know if I want to watch it now.
Van Peebles is one bitter negro and his movies prove that consistently.
I’m amazed at how many narrow minded people there are...even now in 2019! It’s a film ...it’s meant to be entertaining and enlightening it’s not a documentary. Firstly people need to get over themselves the world has always been full of injustice, the world is full of broken promises and even more so now with the resurgence of right wing politics across the globe...lighten up its made to made people think and as someone who grew up in the 70’s I appreciate any film that shone light onto this subject...I notice that people still don’t stand up to make changes but yes it’s an easy target to have a whinge...if you don’t take the film cool turn it off...we live in a democracy where you can say what you want to who you want whenever you want...for better or worse! Peace 🤘🏾
There's a few people I would love to see this happen to
I had to sign in for this lame shit ? Fuck you Zombimedia
Saw this film for the first time when I was 8 with my mom. At the end of it, she asked me what did this film teach you ? My response was : We become what we either HATE or LOVE the most . I still believe this to this day. Imagine for a second that there is such a thing as reincarnation - and in your next existence you end up coming back as what youve hated the most during this lifetime? But on the flipside - imagine coming back as what you love the most? See, HELL is exactly the same in this regard - it is a place where you go to spend eternity with what you either HATE or LOVE the most: YOURSELF When you hate - you are not hating another person, you are in essence hating something in that person which reflects YOU. It is the same thing as when we love someone; we love them because they exude certain aspects of our own nature/character.
I sometimes get shocked in the morning when I look in the mirror and see I turned into a white woman.
He didn’t even look remotely white with the makeup.
This ain't a comedy, it's a Stephen King nightmare! 😂 Directed by Melvin Van Peebles! Ya'll can't blame this one on Whitey! 😁😂😃
Saw this when I was 8 yrs old.The main thing I remember was his neighbors paying him to leave and the closing scene with him walking cool with the credits rolling and music playing!
Why dose Jesse Lee Peterson comes to mind when I see this clip?
KARMA....TO ALL THE WHITE RACISTS! HELLO!
This movie is old enough that it should be shown on You Tube for free now. C'mon You Tube!
This movie scared the living hell out of me as a kid!
The makeup makes him look like Smokey Robinson.
You had to yous your imagination on the makeup
Heavens to Murgatroid ! I watched this last night on TCM. Had not seen it since I went to the drive in with my family as a teen when it was first released. Quite an odd little flick ! We were all already familiar with Godfrey Cambridge from his many TV stand up appearances & with Estelle Parsons from her Oscar winning role in 1967's "Bonnie and Clyde". THANKS so much for sharing this tantalizing trailer with us ! That's one groovy "blast from the past" indeed !! :-)
I watched the movie on TCM and really enjoyed it. Godfrey Cambridge and Estelle Parsons imo gave award worthy performances. But I had a problem with some of the commentary they gave after the movie. The man who's supposed to be a co-founder of the African American Film Association really pissed me off with his comments. (Spoiler Ahead)He implied that he felt "sorry" about him not turning back to white. That he cried for him for that. He basically had. "White Racists" view of the movie imo. IMO I was glad he stayed black, it was to show the white audience that being black is not a nightmare. The movie and ending made me smile. I feel the other co-host felt that way too!
It's coming on on TCM in 50 minutes, about to check it out for the first time! Better be good!