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Malcolm X
CRITICS OF "Malcolm X"
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Film4
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September 23, 2008

Visually and dramatically, Lee pulls out all the stops, but it's Washington's performance that really energizes the film, and he's an exhilarating presence throughout.
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Combustible Celluloid
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March 04, 2011

The perfect combination of epic and personal, intimate and spectacular.
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Newsweek
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October 18, 2008

Lee and company have performed a powerful service: they have brought Malcolm X very much to life again, both as man and myth.
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EmanuelLevy.Com
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December 25, 2006

Lamoclm X may seem conventional by Spike Lee's standards, but as a biopic of a controversial historical figure, it's superior to the nobility of spirit of a movie like Gandhi, for example, and Attenborough's high-mindedness.
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TIME Magazine
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September 23, 2008

Lee sketches Malcolm's life colorfully, if by the numbers. But he falls victim to the danger of movie biography: he elevates Malcolm's importance until the vital historical context is obscured.
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Groucho Reviews
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June 04, 2012

Spike Lee called 1992's Malcolm X "the picture I was born to make," and star Denzel Washington referred to the titular civil-rights leader as "the role of a lifetime." They're both right...[Blu-ray]
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Variety

January 06, 2010

Spike Lee has made a disappointingly conventional and sluggish film in Malcolm X.
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Common Sense Media

January 02, 2011

Insightful and well-rounded portrait of Malcolm X.
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Time Out
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February 09, 2006

It plays surprisingly safe as a solidly crafted trawl through the didactic/hagiographic conventions of the mainstream biopic.
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Empire Magazine
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January 06, 2010

Lee's film suffers from message over substance and is slightly tedious as a result.
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Chicago Reader
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January 06, 2010

Benefits from a lively lead performance by the miscast Denzel Washington but doesn't come within light years of the book, one of the greatest American autobiographies.
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New York Times

May 20, 2003

An ambitious, tough, seriously considered biographical film that, with honor, eludes easy characterization.
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