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September 03, 2012
This movie is a story that will touch everyone's heart. The music is wonderful and the actors are terrific especially Morgan Simpson and Michael Clarke Duncan. It is a movie that is great for the heart and soul. You will want to see it again and look forward to hearing the music again and again.
September 04, 2011
A touching spiritual journey about friendship and redemption. Great characters. Great message and GREAT MUSIC. If you love blues you'll love this movie. Funny, heartfelt and human. Go see it.
September 03, 2011
Loved this movie!! Great story and music ! You will love the story and the message behind it!!!
September 03, 2011
A Great movie!! This is great entertainment and has \"heart\" too!!! Awesome blues,country music and storyline. Great acting by all and love the scenery throughout the journey. Can't wait for the soundtrack!
September 02, 2011
I love this movie. It takes you on a journey with interesting people, places and situations. Michael Clarke Duncan and Morgan Simpson are great together. A fun, cool film with great music and a great story. You feel good after watching it. Two thumbs up!
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The Hollywood Reporter
Ripples with the emotions and the saddened circumstances of those gallant and talented folks who sing the blues. Full Review
A lightly enjoyable road picture about a circuitous road to redemption, Black, White and Blues offers simple, down-home pleasures while spinning an undeniably familiar but emotionally satisfying tale. Full Review
As the film's central focal point, Simpson (who also co-wrote the script) is an awful zero you could hardly imagine a more uncharismatic lead and his embarrassing swings at big emotion in the climax prove the final blow to a film already hobbled by mawkishness. Full Review
New Orleans Times-Picayune
A message movie that struggles mightily to make an impact but never comes close to capturing the gritty realism on which any blues singer builds his career. Full Review
St. Petersburg Times
The performances are spot-on, with former Tampa resident Morgan Simpson scripting a showcase for himself as Jefferson, and Michael Clarke Duncan (The Green Mile) as the enigmatic stranger, proving again that he's more than just a not-so-pretty face atop an intimidating body. Full Review