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Green Book - 2018

Tony Lip, a bouncer in 1962, has been hired to induce pianist Don Shirley on a tour throughout the Deep South at the days when African Americanswere driven to find alternate accommodations and services thanks to segregation legislation below the mason dixon Line, relied on a guide called The Negro Motorist Green Book.


2022-09-18 21:53:54
Knew about the prejudices that African Americans faced then and Now but Never knew about this true story ..Great Performances by all and Wonderful Friendship that came about & lasted Forever....
2023-03-12 13:42:31
I grew up in NY all my friend's growing up were other Italian kids, Jewish kids and black kids, we new what racism was but it was more of a busting balls kinda thing until i moved to south carolina in my late 20s, its sick some of the things i observed living in the south
2023-03-26 00:15:49
I more then liked this move it was heart warming. i dont like that he liked men. but aside. i loved this movie. shows that even a hart nose price can see what we have to go threw every day even now. he saw the man not the nigga.
2023-09-18 20:14:19
Don't understand why we don't treat each other the same. We all created by God. Same body parts inside each for female and man just a different colored skin and voice. Now I understand why some treat others the way they do. A few ruin it for the rest.
2023-02-04 14:30:03
first time I ever watched it and I love this movie. there's so much to take away from a good movie like this. one love
2023-01-22 12:25:34
I love Tony's street orientation, he blacker than the Dr in mind and guts.....Great Movie! Great Acting
2023-10-21 23:42:51
That's when families stuck together no matter what. And truly loved being together. My family was that way when my grandparents were alive. Now my sister is too busy smoking meth and my brother is too busy looking down on others. But I still love and miss them.
2023-10-22 00:01:13
I only know one color and it's called red the color we all bleed and the color of love. I too grew up in the south and even in the 60s as a white kid my best friends were of color. My dance partner was of color but, to me they were my family. I always hated their treatment.