To Kill a Mockingbird
Drama • NR • 1962 • 2 hr 9 min
One of the handful of movies better than the book
There's a reason that this is a m9vie that we watched in school as a part of the curriculum. And my appreciation for it only grows as I age
i like the book better, also i need atticus
It brings to life the world of the novel about as well as can be expected. An extremely captivating story.
Deals with race and rape in a subtle and almost childlike way
Pretty great adaptation of a really fascinating story. Awesome performances, despite being older and slower, this is pretty solid
A classic. It’s a shame I didn’t understand the unsaid aspects until I was an adult. Ties together race, kindness, justice, and morality.
This type of movie was out of my comfort zone and so was the book and I ended liking both. I do think this movie is better than the book.
I wish the film was told from atticus finch' perspective. Gregory peck is really great, but the children aren't.
The best movie ever about justice, stating how “mockingbirds” (or the innocent) are often killed, showing the injustice of the world.
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