Did you see the movie American History X?

Did you see the movie? - american history x
United States
March 20, 2008 8:44pm CST
I didn't realize this movie was as old as 1998 but there's nothing else on tv as usual so I put it on. I have to say it's quite a shocking movie but when the guy quoted from the Statue of Liberty "Give me your tired, your poor,Your huddled masses ...Send these, the homeless, tempest-tost to me..."....and said that the US should be taking care of their own poor, homeless and 'tempest tost' (actually he said 'tired' in the movie) I had to agree with him. Have you seen this movie? What were your thoughts about it? Did you like it or not? Did you get anything out of it?
4 responses
@bochco123 (597)
• United States
21 Mar 08
Great movie. Hard to watch at times, but important I think with a great performance by Edward Norton (I believe he got an oscar nomination for the role). I've probably seen it 4 or 5 times, and everytime it never ceases to move and shock me. A real powder keg of a movie. I'll definatley be watching it in the near future again.
• United States
21 Mar 08
This really isn't my type of movie but I have to say I enjoyed it. I missed a couple of minutes in the beginning so I'll be watching for it to come on again.
@azahari33 (221)
• Malaysia
21 Mar 08
I watched this movie quite some time ago and I loved it. I'd love to watch it again but then it's quite difficult to find. I don't know where I can find older movies on dvd
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• United States
21 Mar 08
It just happened to be on a station called FX here in Boston last night. I'm glad I decided to watch it because it was very good.
@fpd1955 (2075)
• United States
26 Aug 08
I did see this movie. It was very well acted and,from what I remember, violent. I saw it a long time ago and do not truly remember the whole movie. I get FX here in Chicago and will have to look for it. PEACE
• Canada
26 Aug 08
This movie was one that I found so amazingly informative and powerful. I was moved into a dimension I knew little if anything about. It is racism gone to the extremes of hate. It is the potency of hatred and how people suffer this wrath in all areas. I find it frightening that this degree of hatred is seething among us and the consquences are so dire and sad. American History X brought me to a new level of passion and awareness where racism and hatred are concerned.