Review: The Least Among You DVD
Rating: 2 ~ I Don’t Like It
Based on a true story, The Least Among You movie is about Richard Kelly (played by Cedric Sanders) who is sent to an all-white theological seminary to serve probation after being arrested in the 1965 Watts riots. Faced with racial prejudice and struggling with his own personal problems, Kelly has to choose between his dreams and God’s will.
I watched this movie with skepticism and finished it half-convinced that it was worth my time. The plot was averagely interesting. There were comedic and touching parts at the most unexpected places, and I liked that. But there were also vague scenes and I felt that some conversations were too lengthy and unnecessary. Additionally, some of the scenes were complicated and confusing. This movie might be a good watch for those looking for entertainment, but I wouldn’t recommend it to anyone wanting a good movie.
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