Black Is King
Music • 2020 • 1 hr 25 min
its amazing, the music is good and very artsy.. beautiful and different.
Great music and visuals, I was really entertained.
Not as powerful as Lemonade, but still a strong entry into Beyoncé’s catalog. Several stand out songs and segments.
Beyoncé at the height of her powers creates a series of of stunning visuals. Michael Jackson-level of art, detail and wonder
Paralleling the lost/found journey in “Lion King” with the African diaspora (finding meaning, identity, personal power). Visually stunning!
Just like the Lemonade film, this is beautiful
Celebration of Black excellence. Amazing visuals, you forget that most of the songs were for The Lion King remake and not Black Is King.
Beyoncé impresses again with a powerful visual album. I love how she has used her fame to amplify Black excellence and culture. Just awesome
Ridiculously overrated piece of hypocritical racism and delusions of grandeur. But it’s BeYAWNcé so there isn’t anything else to expect.
Great visuals, esthetic, stories, and music.
At an isolated frontier outpost, a colonial magistrate suffers a crisis of conscience when an army colonel arrives looking to interrogate the locals about an impending uprising, using cruel tactics that horrify the magistrate.
Hypochondriac Joe Banks finds out he has six months to live, quits his dead end job, musters the courage to ask his co-worker out on a date, and is then hired to jump into a volcano by a mysterious visitor.
An expectant couple's intimate weekend turns to terror as they discover their secluded country inn is a haunted maternity home where infants and mothers were murdered.
Lisa Conroy is general manager at a highway-side 'sports bar with curves', Double Whammies. She nurtures and protects her employees fiercely - but over the course of one trying day, her optimism is battered from every direction. Double Whammies sells a big, weird American fantasy, but what happens when reality pokes a bunch of holes in it?
An unattractive 7th grader struggles to cope with suburban life as the middle child with inattentive parents and bullies at school.
The second "visual album" (a collection of short films) by Beyoncé, this time around she takes a piercing look at racial issues and feminist concepts through a sexualized, satirical, and solemn tone.
A teenager's weekend at a lake house with her father takes a turn for the worse when a group of convicts wreaks havoc on their lives.
While her free-living bestie urges her to embrace singlehood, a commitment-craving social media expert can't stop following the life of a former love.