Emancipation (Apple TV+) - User Reviews

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User review rating: 1 September 10, 2023

Will Smith is a pathetic bitch who would rather inflict violence on a harmless comedian than stand up to the wretched harpee that's cuckolding him. Pathetic. My 8-year old son is more of a man than Will Smith will ever be. How are we supposed to sympathize with characters when they're played by low-lives who are lower than maggot excrement??? Miss this at all costs.

User review rating: 1 July 13, 2023

Stories about slavery generally ring with heavy dramatic weight, but his one stars the horrible egomaniacal scumbag Will Smith, so steer well clear of this one.

User review rating: 1 April 21, 2023

It might work if you view this as a metaphor for douchebag cuck Smith running from his harpee wife and terrible kids.

User review rating: 1 March 07, 2023

Nothing here you haven't seen done much better elsewhere. The script is ridiculously illogical. The direction of fortunate hack Antoine Fuqua manages to be both pretentious and exploitive. Scenes of violence are here to excite, not to reveal meaning. Perpetual douchebag Will Smith is typically underwhelming here, and the fact that he would exploit this story for some sort of attempt at career redemption is rather distasteful but unsurprising. If only Smith had gone "method" for this role. That boy could use a good whipping.

User review rating: 1 February 14, 2023

Maybe this could've been good if they cast someone besides Will Smith, who is the human equivalent of AIDS. Smith is odious slime and so is his whole despicable talentless family.

User review rating: 1 December 27, 2022

Smith slaps his way to freedom.

User review rating: 2 December 11, 2022

They needed a more extended sequence at the beginning with the family to make me care about Peter beyond just hoping he's fine because he's a person. Great final action sequence though

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