Review for Marley NR
by John Thielking
Marley is a biography of the life of Bob Marley, focusing on the
growth of his band The Wailers in Jamaica. Bob Marley
eventually grows into a worldwide phenomenon that was cut short by
his death from cancer at the young age of 36. The movie
features some of the classic Bob Marley hits. 4 stars.
This movie ranks as nonviolent because it has only 8 violent scenes
in it. There is a story of slaves being shipped, there is a story of
artists threatening DJ's with a baseball bat, there are stories and
pictures of riots, there is a story of political violence, there is
a story of a shooting, there are pictures of gun violence and there
are pictures of dogs attacking people.
The previews include: a nonviolent commercial, nonviolent previews
for First Position and Elena and violent previews for The Hunter and
Headhunters (too violent).
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