Black Is King (2020) 1080p YIFY Movie

Black Is King (2020) 1080p

Visual album from Beyoncé inspired by 'The Lion King'.

IMDB: 2.11 Likes

  • Genre: Adventure | Drama
  • Quality: 1080p
  • Size: 1.58G
  • Resolution: 1920*1072 / 23.976 fpsfps
  • Language: English 5.1  
  • Run Time: 85
  • IMDB Rating: 2.1/10 
  • MPR:
  • Peers/Seeds: 69 / 886

The Synopsis for Black Is King (2020) 1080p

Visual album from Beyoncé inspired by 'The Lion King'.


The Director and Players for Black Is King (2020) 1080p

[Director]Emmanuel Adjei
[Role:]Naomi Campbell
[Role:]Beyonce Knowles
[Role:]Kelly Rowland
[Role:]JD McCrary


The Reviews for Black Is King (2020) 1080p


What royalty really is aboutReviewed bylukas-ingelVote: 1/10

I come from a country where we actually do have a thing such as a king and a queen, where royalty is viewed as something extremely special and representing of *our* culture and history. For that reason, and what the title of this 1 hour and half long "artsy" music video implies (that a race in and of itself can be linked to something superior), I am indeed offended by this choice. I think it's disrespectful to the meaning of my culture and several others, and a hypocritical nonsensical message, and as you've noticed by now, adds nothing but division after there are so many of us from every race supporting the whole Black Lives Matter movement with passion, and will strive to continue to do so. To remove all the humanity and make it about being supreme and "royal" is beyond me.

Of course, I think it's great to strengthen the bonds and the history and the culture and roots of PC, especially with someone high profile like Beyoncé doing it thereby having everybody seeing it. But this is simply not it. There is nothing educational, barely anything artistic except for extremely glamourous shots and vibing music that ends up just being the background, as does the actual Lion King aspect which fades out quickly.To the ones who keep defending Black Is King by saying that it's *Beyonce*, the "film" has no ill intentions, and we all don't have a right to feel offended or disrespected here (funny how that goes), you don't even have to watch the movie to get it. Just go straight to the trailer and they literally have the *only* noticeably white (male) in the whole thing stand as a servant in the background to a table full of fancy-dressed women of colour having a party. People have tried to furiously defend this but, quit beating around the bush. It's obvious that it's not there by coincidence, it's obvious that it's supposed to be some reversed sh* of what black people went through back when they were forced to be slaves and back when they weren't allowed bigger roles in films and tv and had to represent something like that there. But with its message in today's society, 2020 folks, reversed racism (well, racism), *really*? It's not alright. Not for the movement, not for the people, not for the cultures.

I actually happen to be a big fan of Beyoncé's music and art style (well, the previous), having loved and supported her since I was a kid when I first heard her, so to see her put out something like this... I can't even describe what I feel but it's such a letdown she would go this route.She could've saved it all focussing on the beauty of the actual African culture and the roots and what it looks like in different places in Africa today, all the different people there, and cut that nonsense offensive title, maybe boost up her music so it doesn't feel like background as much and boost up the Lion King story, and it would've been so good. But that didn't happen.It's like she finally took all the praise about her being a goddess with beauty and music out-of-this-world to her head and dropped it in one "film" and decided to promote it as African culture supporting all the PC out there, giving their race a title of royalty and add in a few vain messages about strength and beauty and empowerment and that's it.

Beyoncé's status does not make her free from criticism, and this time she messed up. She deserves to know that and acknowledge she's really forced this whole movement two steps backwards in terms of adding to the discussion, and a lot of supporters of her and of the movement and in different cultures feel offended by what she put out. Please don't just hold her to another standard and let all the people offended by this slide by while you are trying to tell us none of what we think and feel is legit to this situation. We don't move forward by moving backwards.

Visually amazingReviewed byollywalker-68342Vote: 10/10

So beautiful to watch. You can tell just how much hard work and effort went into this. Beautiful doesn't even begin to describe it. And wow, her vocals...

Extraordinary visualsReviewed bykd11438Vote: 9/10

85 minutes of the most visually arresting, mind-blowingly opulent and strikingly powerful visuals ever put to film. It's truly that good.

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