czechjulie’s review published on Letterboxd:
It's important to talk about history and learn about history and movies have always been a great way to do that. It's hard to judge these movies though especially for a person who maybe doesn't know much about these events. So the content of the movie I can't really judge but everything else I can and everything else was very well done. I want to of course mention performances by both Daniel Kaluuya and Lakeith Stanfield, they're both my favourite actors and they did so well in this, actually the casting for this movie is perfect (except for the age differences but at the same time I'm still glad they got to play these parts). And I really liked the pace of the movie and the tone of the movie as well. I also like when biographical movies include in their final titles what happened after the events of the movie so I'm glad it was included here as well.