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American Fiction

User rating: 4.62 13 Reviews | Write a Review

In Theaters: December 2, 2023

R | Comedy, Drama | 1h 57m

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User rating: 4.62

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User rating: February 25, 2024

Great movie, Jeffrey Wright was superb! While I may not be able to fully relate to the story since I didn’t grow up in the US, certainly a good take on stereotypes of “expected” and perceived racial behavior. Also a bit reminiscent of the fictional JT LeRoy character which Laura Albert invented for her books and the subsequent movie (though in a very different context). Enjoyable film with a lot of laughs but also a lot of scenes that make you cringe.

User rating: February 23, 2024

Imaginative, well acted and produced

User rating: February 14, 2024

Excellent storytelling that takes you on an emotional journey about life, forced stereotypes, and navigating bias whether unconscious or otherwise. Jeffey Wright is spectacular in an Oscar-worthy peformance with a stellar supporting cast

User rating: February 6, 2024

Insightful, smart, great acting.

User rating: February 5, 2024

This still happens today. Very well developed and realistic storyline. Enjoyed the acting and unexpected stuff that happens. I could relate!

User rating: February 3, 2024

Much more nuanced than I expected. Although the main storyline is aimed at the absurdity of public displays of white guilt, the main focus is on showing that most “black experience” is human experience. Everyone faces the same problems of family, friends, making ends meet and finding success, but we tend to simplify everything into cliches. Fantastic ending. I laughed so hard! Highly recommended.

User rating: January 28, 2024

Some definite funny parts, but something just didn't jibe with me. Maye too many contrived moments/scenes? Overall, a rather sad commentary.

User rating: January 27, 2024

Not bad. Not great either. Just amusing enough. I looked forward to seeing Tracee Ellis Ross. She's an admirable actress. She was killed off in the beginning. How droll. It was good to see that Leslie Ugham is still alive. She survived the whole thing too. The concept was appropriate. Go figure why people think black people have to be locked into limited speech and behaviors.

User rating: January 21, 2024

Excellent! One of best films of the year. Funny, poignant, and very smart.

User rating: January 12, 2024

It takes a lot to make me laugh and I laughed through this movie. Lots of humor that may go over the heads of some viewers who are not familiar with Black culture. Jeffery Wright is a very good actor and has outdone himself in this movie.