Good documentary about the killing of an African-American teenager inFlorida the impact of the case and the trial of the perpetrator.Through good editing and subtle presentation of the court case, thefilm is able to show how "stand your ground" laws mud the waters evenmore instead of helping the justice system. The film does a good job ofraising -and answering- important questions about human morality,cultural differences and perception, and the justice system. A fewfacts of the case were left out and you might feel that there'ssomething missing in order to makes this a truly great docu, butoverall it's still a well made and important film.
3 ? Minutes, 10 Bullets (2015) 1080p YIFY Movie
3 ? Minutes, 10 Bullets (2015) 1080p
Black Friday, the day after Thanksgiving November 2012, four boys in a red SUV pull into a gas station after spending time at the mall buying sneakers and talking to girls. With music ...
IMDB: 7.32 Likes
The Synopsis for 3 ? Minutes, 10 Bullets (2015) 1080p
Black Friday, the day after Thanksgiving November 2012, four boys in a red SUV pull into a gas station after spending time at the mall buying sneakers and talking to girls. With music blaring, one boy exits the car and enters the store, a quick stop for a soda and a pack of gum. A man and a woman pull up next to the boys in the station, making a stop for a bottle of wine. The woman enters the store and an argument breaks out when the driver of the second car asks the boys to turn the music down. 3 1/2 minutes and ten bullets later, one of the boys is dead. 3 1/2 MINUTES dissects the aftermath of this fatal encounter.
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Reviewed byGeorge X.Vote: 7/10/10
It is hard to review a documentary based around the killing of an individual. Considering film is almost always a form of entertainment it is hard to imagine being entertained by something as grim as this.
With that said, this is a great documentary, it shows both sides equally and allows the viewer to form their own opinions on the incident that the film is based on. Too many documentaries are biased or create their own 'facts' when dealing with their subject matter. This was different. Go watch it!
It is everything a documentary should be, an unbiased view at the world recorded through the camera that leaves the viewer with their own thoughts and ideas that are not the directors thoughts or ideas but original concepts that we have adopted through watching an honest piece of film making.
First, let me say, I can not give this a "10", though as well presentedas possible, it's just too tragic in its content to "whoop!" withjoyous "10's". And, reading the two previous reviews to mine and seeinghow less than half of those who voted gave their approval or support ofthese reviews, speaks further volumes of hate. That in itself isdisgusting, and I believe represents a "hate". Sorry, but I'm guilty ofnot remembering this incident. There have been far too many in the last8, 9, 10...who knows, maybe forever, years! I myself have thought,"that is not even music"; "I hate that crap"; "that crap noise isfilled with hate and violence". I, like I'm sure, many Americans havethought, "what thugs". Then would any one think Justin Beiber is athug?! NO! He's too white and too pretty. I just watched this 3 1/2Minutes, two days after Thanksgiving. I'm only thankful to now be fullyaware of this, yet again, horrible crime and the evidence andbackgrounds shared in the presentation. However, I did agree andappreciate the 2nd trial results, as that is the result I would havegiven as a (white)juror. But I am so sorry for that mother, father,families and the other 3 young men. And so many others who havesuffered the same hate crimes. And sometimes it has surely been blackagainst white victims. We seem to have an abundance of hate goingaround the entire world and infecting young and old minds alike. Justsad. SAD! Sad! I am SO SORRY! There really is very little empathy leftin this world, mine or yours!! I see it all around me. It's not a worldmy daddy brought me up in. He would not believe today's world. Back inmy childhood, yes, we said "colored people". But we didn't mean it inany "less than" or hateful way. In fact, my dad taught it to me withlove and respect. For all people. So much so, that I felt so much"sorry" for blacks, at a young age. I don't believe in prayer thatmuch, but I watch Jordan's mother, and father, in this story, and itmakes me want to pray. To pray for people's hearts to not be sohateful. For children to be able to grow up. For children to not needto become violent. For everyone to have the opportunity to learn and towork and provide a life for themselves and their family. I pray forbetter days to come. Please Lord, hear our plea!