Red Tails (2012)

Red Tails
Anthony Hemingway
Rick McCallum, Charles Floyd Johnson, George Lucas
Terence Blanchard
Jan 20, 2012

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Rick Otto

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Tristan Wilds

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Terrence Howard

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Bryan Cranston

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Nate Parker


About Movie

About Story:- Red Tails is an upcoming 2012 action drama film. World War II rages and the fate of the free world hangs in the balance. Meanwhile the black pilots of the experimental Tuskegee training program are courageously waging two wars at once -- one against enemies overseas, and the other against discrimination back home and within the military. Racial prejudices have long held ace airman Martin "Easy" Julian (Nate Parker) and his black pilots back at base -- leaving them with little to do but further hone their flying skills -- while their white counterparts are shipped out to combat after a mere three months of training. Mistakenly deemed inferior and assigned only second-rate planes and missions, the pilots of Tuskegee have mastered the skies with ease but have not been granted the opportunity to truly spread their wings. Until now.

 As the war in Europe continues to take its toll on Allied forces, the Pentagon brass has no recourse but to consider unorthodox options -- including the untried and untested African-American pilots of the experimental Tuskegee training program. Just as the young Tuskegee men are on the brink of being shut down and shipped back home, they are given the ultimate chance to show their courage. Against all the odds, with something to prove and everything to lose, these intrepid young airmen take to the skies to fight for their country -- and the fate of the free world.

Additional Notes: Based on a story by George Lucas, who financed the film.




Movie Review:-A crew of African American pilots in the Tuskegee training program, having faced segregation while kept mostly on the ground during World War II, are called into duty under the guidance of Col. A.J. Bullard.

Direction, Dialogues and Music:-Screenwriters John Ridley and Aaron McGruder neglect, or perhaps assume too much common knowledge of, the key component of struggle at the heart of all social drama.The direction and music was corny and the acting was pathetic.

Overall:- Red Tails is a lousy film.