Red Tails

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Red Tails a movie about the firsts Africa Americas to pilot planes and guide bombers to safety. Red tails is a movie that takes place Tuskegee Airmen in 1939 to 1945 which is also a thrilling true story. This is a great movie pact with some action and adventure threw out the movie. In this movie the U.S. military recruits a fearless group of African-American fighter pilots to help reclaim the skies over Europe. The program aims at training colored personnel to become fighter pilots for the Army. However, discrimination, lack of institutional support and the racist belief that these men lacked the intelligence and aptitude for the job dog their every step.

Red Tails is an outstanding movie for every one to watch although there are some bad reviews. For example “I'm sorely disappointed in this movie and the fact that there were 2 A list actors in this movie should have improved the substance but instead it simply exasperated an already doomed movie premise. Don't go folks. SAVE YOUR MONEY!” this is what one person on the fandango reviews said. In my point this movie does have some bad things in it but not all.

Secondly red tails also have some good reviews in it also for example this person said that “Red Tails was an excellent movie. All the characters played very good parts. The special effects were powerful. It’s good to see a movie that is so moving and inspirational.” Therefore this person likes the movie very much. Red Tails a good movie that some people like that they are into movie that have action and adventure or that just are in to war movies.

Red Tails also has then so-so people who like the movie but might have not liked a certain part in it or an actor that played in it. For example this person thought that the movie was so-so good and this is what they had to say about it “Great story, not good acting. It sounded like they were reading from the script. And...