Larry Elder’s new documentary on African Americans and politics is a runaway success
The IMDb reviews are rolling in: close to 1,000 at the time of writing, with a 9.8/10 average rating.
Released on June 19th, you can buy the documentary from their website for $19.00, which is roughly £16. Split that between a family or group of five mates, make your own popcorn, and you’ll get better value than any cinema!
Larry also hosts a daily podcast.
The lowest rating is a single 6/10, making the constructive criticism that the film is “preaching to the choir”, and therefore could have been better directed towards people who don’t currently agree with some of the African Americans featured in it.
The cast features a range of old and young from all walks of life:
Col. Allen B. West, Robert L. Woodson, Brandon Tatum, Carol Swain, Chad O. Jackson, Herman Cain, Eugene J. Ralph Sr, Jesse Lee Peterson, Damani B. Felder, Kelvin Austin, Patricia Watson, King Face, Joel Patrick, Pastor Stephen Broden, Michael Ayetrwa, R.C. Maxwell, Rob Smith, Viswanag Burra, and Candace Owens.
Cover Photo by Gage Skidmore