• Hannah Renton

    Added by Hannah Renton

    forced emma to watch it

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  • emma renton

    ★★★★ Watched by emma renton 06 Feb, 2016

    non-stop tears!!!!!!!!!!!! non-stop pain!!!!!!!!!

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  • Fritz

    ★★★★ Watched by Fritz 05 Feb, 2016

    In short this film: Beautifully shot, heartbroken story ending in a heartwarming tale.

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  • Bryan Strang

    ★★★ Rewatched by Bryan Strang 31 Jan, 2016

    Spielberg had better still be using that mailbox.

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  • Matt G

    ★★ Watched by Matt G 30 Jan, 2016

    The most popular film of 1985 that I had not seen

    Very little purple here

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  • August Mikaelsson

    ★★★★ Watched by August Mikaelsson 26 Jan, 2016

    AMEN. Klockrena skådespelare och får en känsla av att detta var en film som verkligen fyllde ett syfte på ett samhällsplan.

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  • John Erler

    ★★★½ Watched by John Erler 09 Jul, 2015

    Ambitous, brave, unusual. Not perfect, but definitely worth watching. We need more movies like this.

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  • zachfree

    ★★★★½ Watched by zachfree 18 Jan, 2016

    Whoopi and Oprah give a master class in acting. And Danny Glover shows he's not just a nice guy.

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  • Hannah Renton

    Watched by Hannah Renton 11 Jan, 2016

    'don't you know it's bad luck for a woman to laugh at a man?'
    *women laugh harder*

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  • Benji Dunaief

    ★★★★ Watched by Benji Dunaief 10 Jan, 2016

    As with every Spielberg film, The Color Purple is the perfect centerpiece for any Saturday night at home. Honest and well told, The Color Purple is unsurpringly good. Whoopi Goldberg is phenomenal and Danny Glover is convincing and pretty scary. At times, the story was a bit slow, but it made up for it with moments of laughter, suspense, and tears. You also learn to hate white people.

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  • Jonathan

    ★★★★★ Watched by Jonathan 05 Jan, 2016

    The Color Purple covers the importance of racism between African American Woman in the USA. How they abused and treated during this time and age in early 20th century.

    Directed by Steven Spielberg who drifts away from his blockbuster films the movie follows the lives of Celie Harris. We see her life from 1909 to 1937. In the beginning starting when she is fourteen played by Desreta Jackson she is abused by her father played by Leonard Jackson. She has…

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  • Kevin Powers

    ★★★★★ Rewatched by Kevin Powers 24 Dec, 2015

    This movie is absolutely beautiful. Heartbreaking, heartwarming, triumphant. Ugly cry face multiple times. So much love.

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