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Fruitvale Station

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The movie follows the last days of Oscar's life; A 22 year old black man who had series of clashes with friends and families.
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CRITICS OF "Fruitvale Station"
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Fan The Fire
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November 07, 2014

As well as being a superb piece of filmmaking and writing that tells an important story of what happened, it's also a thought-provoking tribute to what could have been.
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April 10, 2016

Michael B. Jordan and Octavia Spencer are particularly good in the film.
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TIME Magazine
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December 10, 2013

Writer-director Ryan Coogler's [film is an] assured and evenhanded debut.
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Birmingham Mail
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October 10, 2014

[Fruitvale Station] has a profound emotional impact by keeping things simple.
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Us Weekly
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September 22, 2013

It's an unflinching, 360-degree character portrait.
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National Newspaper Publishers Association
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March 21, 2017

Michael B. Jordon honed his talent on series like The Wire and Friday Night Lights. His performance seems natural but that doesn't mean it was easy to achieve. It's subtle, deep and fiery.
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Arizona Republic
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December 10, 2013

Michael B. Jordan is simply brilliant in his portrayal of Grant, whom Coogler presents as a generally happy, if complex and somewhat troubled young man.
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Not Safe For Work Corporation
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April 06, 2016

Ryan Coogler's film is very sad and will make you cry, and maybe that's a good thing. I acknowledge it's important to devote time and care to such portrayals of abuse and injustice, and Coogler has certainly done that.
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Denver Post

July 26, 2013

It's hard not to watch Fruitvale Station with a coiled dread... Yet, Coogler's greatest achievement may be in reminding us that Grant was a work in progress with people who loved him in spite of his flaws and because of his hopes.
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Philadelphia Weekly

April 28, 2015

It's a gentle film, with deep reservoirs of empathy and understanding. And so terribly sad.
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Chicago Sun-Times
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December 10, 2013

The intimacy of debut writer-director Ryan Coogler's approach to the film and the no-frills, believably real quality of the main performances combine to drive the senselessness of Oscar's killing home with visceral impact.
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Grantland
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July 26, 2013

You wonder if Coogler would have felt freer had Grant somehow lived that night, if the director weren't put in a position where he felt the need to honor the dead by bringing him to dramatic life. But he believes in his ambition.
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