Aaron Ryan’s review published on Letterboxd:
I sure love me a good speech. Daniel Kaluuya definitely deserved his oscar for that speech alone. This was really solid, amazing performances leading this hell of a story. I did find some of the storytelling a bit messy but that didn't take a lot away from it. This is still powerful as it is infuriating. 2020 was the year to tell crazy stories from 1969 apparently.