Atom User Reviews for Till
All African Americans need to go see this movie
Bold. Emotional. Inspiring.
A movie every American needs to see for a true depiction of our history.
Cried at least 5 times throughout this movie. Horrible to know this actually happened. Very very well depicted and gave me goosebumps non-stop. GO WATCH!
This movie is for people of every ethnicity, race, gender. It is true and exposes just how hateful people can be. Showed just how much a mother can love her child, even during a time of hurt.
One of the best pictures ever made.
Everybody should see Till. No matter your age or racial identity.
I’m at a lost for words. This movie lets you see the ugliest parts of humanity. Let’s not go back there.
This is the best depiction of this story that I’ve ever seen. Cast was amazing, especially, Whoopi Goldberg, the young man that portrayed Emmett Till and the lady who portrayed Mamie Till. It was AWESOME!
I'm left with the question that what affects one affects all. Do something
Surprised at the PG-13 rating
This was a great movie. Definitely a must see.
Interesting movie. I'll have to check up on the historical accuracy of this movie.
It's gut-wrenching, emotional, and worth seeing, driven by a fantastic performance from Deadwyler that is sure to bring many to tears.
Deadwyler is simply a revelation in the role, her alternately fragile, fiery, and steely performance carrying Till through some of its biggest lulls.
Using a variety of filmmaking techniques, Chukwu asks us to look at Deadwyler’s performance as Mamie in many different ways — to study her grief, her herculean poise, the polarity between her power and vulnerability — and to truly understand and feel the enormity of what she accomplished.