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Freedomland (2006) Movie Information

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17873

Avg. Rating:

1.92/4

# of Ratings:

32

Genres:

Crime, Drama

Rating:

R

Language:

English

Theater Date:

02/17/2006

Director:

Joe Roth

Actors:

Samuel L. Jackson
Julianne Moore
Edie Falco
Ron Eldard
William Forsythe
Aunjanue Ellis

 

 

 

 

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Plot Outline:

A white child has gone missing in a black neighborhood. The mother accuses a black car jacker but the neighborhood people think it is racially motivated. While the search for her child heats up so do tempers in the city. A black cop tries to find out what the mother is hiding so he can find the boy and put a stop to the protests before things get out of control. Will she tell him in time? -- Josh C

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03/19/2012 (0 of 0 found this helpful)

"Freedomland" by Yojimbo

A bloodied woman stumbles into an emergency room accusing an unknown black assailant of stealing her car with her 4 year old son still sleeping in the back. Detective Samuel L. Jackson investigates while trying to diffuse the ensuing racial friction in the local projects. Hollywood has another stab at a thriller that tackles race relations, and once again is found wanting. The level of subtlety on display here makes Crash look like a gritty documentary, and Julianne Moore sniffles and whines her way through the film as a completely one dimensional hysterical mother. Even SLJ struggles to keep this sentimental drivel afloat, but despite his usual commanding presence, the weak script and trite dialogue means that following a couple of unbelievable plot contrivances and meaningless platitude...

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  Alan @ Transbuddha
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12/23/2008 (0 of 0 found this helpful)

Made me want to vomit

The trailer for Freedomland tells about a kidnapped child whose been taken by some evil men to the worst part of the city where they are doing all kinds of offensive and malicious things to him and only Samuel L. Jackson can save the day. Well, turns out thatís not really what the film is about. The film is about race relations between the inner (black) city and the surrounding (white) suburb that boils over when a mother says a black man has stolen her child. The result is a chaotic mess. And seriously folks after this canít we take Julianne Mooreís movie mother license away from her; it seems like every movie sheís in a kid of hers is killed or is a pornstar or doesnít exist or has been abducted by aliens or whatever. Just make it stop.

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