Atom User Reviews for Black and Blue
Awesome!!! Go SEE Black and Blue!!!
I will be watching again! I am pleasantly surprised at how good this movie is!
your anxiety will be high from beginning to end...
I was drunk when i bought these tickets probably one of the better choices I’ve made. All in all it was a good movie !
Awesome story in everyday American..sadly
It was pretty good.
great cast and story!
The movie is a must see.
This was intense and inspiring. It is definitely a must see.
Twists and turns-suspenseful
great from beginning to end, no lulls, storyline flows easily
Great movie just wished the ending had more
Fun. Some funny parts. But predictable at times.
Great movie 👍
Needed better directing choices but a good movie.
literally such a good movie!!!
What makes this movie so good is it’s the truth
It was a good movie and it haves action
it great to see blacks actors in a leading role
My mom and I watched it and we enjoyed it. it was amazing. It was definitely worth it.
I loved this movie. It was everything plus MORE! Had me on the edge of my seat
Had me on the edge of my seat!
it was ok. i wasnt bored but just ok.
This is a great movie!!
So good! Must see!
I thought the story line of this movie was slightly different but omg, great movie! Lots of action, and unexpected scenes!! Definitely would watch it again!
I’m not a movie watcher but I had my eyes glue to the screen for the entire movie
WHAT A MOVIE!!!
different but real life stories
Loved it, had me on the edge of my seat...
It was better than expected
A must watch! Only a movie yet contains so much reality.
Awesome! Full of action
exceeded my expectations!
Thoroughly enjoyed it!!!
I love this movie
This really was a great movie (round of applause)!!!
Although less convincing when it tries to say something meaningful about racism and police brutality, Black And Blue has sufficient pulp pleasures and a winning confidence in executing its modest ambitions.
Black and Blue is chock-full of heart-pounding car chases and suspenseful moments that are certain to entertain mainstream audiences, but the film falters when it attempts, beyond its tittle to reflect a necessary and under-discussed conversation about societal issues.
There's a tight, tense thriller in all this. Unfortunately, director Deon Taylor and screenwriter Peter A. Dowling stretch things out to a logy 104 minutes. Too often, the suspense dissipates between action scenes when it should be consistent and relentless, even in the quietest moments.