BlacKkKlansman Soundtrack (

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Rating: 7.50/10 from 289000 votes
Tags: ku klux klan, racist cop
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BlacKkKlansman: O Infiltrado


In the early 1970s, Ron Stallworth is hired as the first Black officer in the Colorado Springs, Colorado Police Department. Stallworth is initially assigned to work in the records room, where he faces racial slurs from his coworkers. Stallworth requests a transfer to go undercover, and is assigned to infiltrate a local rally at which national civil rights leader Kwame Ture (birth name Stokely Carmichael) is to give a speech. At the rally, Stallworth meets Patrice Dumas, the president of the black student union at Colorado College. While taking Ture to his hotel, Patrice is stopped by patrolman Andy Landers, a corrupt, racist officer in Stallworth's precinct, who threatens Ture and sexually assaults Patrice.

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Oh Happy Day
Too Late to Turn Back Now
Say It Loud - I'm Black and I'm Proud (Parts 1 & 2)
James Brown: Writer
Brandy (You're a Fine Girl)
Elliot Lurie: Writer
Looking Glass: Performer
Ball of Confusion (That's What the World Is Today)
Barrett Strong: Writer
The Temptations: Performer
Photo Opp's
Lucky Man
Greg Lake: Writer
Emerson Lake and Palmer: Performer
Mary Don't You Weep
Say It Loud - I'm Black and I'm Proud (Parts 1 & 2)
Brandy (You're a Fine Girl)
Elliot Lurie: Performer
Ball of Confusion (That's What the World Is Today)
Barrett Strong: Performer
Lion Eyes
Mikaela Kahn: Performer
Photo Opp's
Mikaela Kahn: Performer
Mary Don't You Weep
Prince: Performer

User reviews

Andrew Wilson

The choice of songs felt out of place at times, distracting from the narrative instead of enhancing it. The lack of cohesion in the soundtrack made it difficult to fully immerse myself in the story and connect with the characters on a deeper level.

Emily Jackson

The use of 1970s soul and funk music in the soundtrack helps to transport the audience back in time and immerses them in the setting of the film.

Deborah Allen

The soundtrack of BlacKkKlansman is a crucial element in immersing the audience in the era and themes of the story.

Paul Jackson

The incorporation of powerful and poignant musical cues during key moments of the film adds emotional depth and resonance to the storytelling.

William Lee

The selection of songs in the soundtrack effectively complements the themes of racial discrimination and social justice portrayed in the movie.

Donald Phillips

The soundtrack skillfully blends classic tracks with original compositions, creating a cohesive sonic experience.

Laura Mitchell

The soundtrack of BlacKkKlansman perfectly captures the tension and intensity of the film's narrative, enhancing the overall viewing experience.

Amanda Nelson

The soundtrack of BlacKkKlansman effectively captures the tension and racial divide of the 1970s setting.

Steven Garcia

The soulful and powerful songs featured in the soundtrack evoke a sense of defiance and resistance against racism.

Ronald Smith

The soundtrack of BlacKkKlansman showcases a diverse range of musical styles, reflecting the cultural diversity of the characters and the era in which the story is set.

Joseph Young

I found the soundtrack of BlacKkKlansman to be quite disappointing and uninspiring. The music did not effectively capture the tension and emotional depth of the film's themes and scenes.

Sarah Hill

The music in the film complements the narrative, adding depth to the characters and their struggles.

Andrew Scott

The emotional resonance of the songs used in key moments of the film lingers with the viewer long after the credits roll.

Carol Phillips

Overall, the musical choices in BlacKkKlansman contribute significantly to the film's powerful message about systemic racism and social justice.

Edward Wright

The music choices in BlacKkKlansman successfully set the mood for pivotal scenes, intensifying their impact.

Ronald Carter

The use of period-appropriate music in the film enhances the authenticity of the storytelling.

James Brown

Overall, the soundtrack of BlacKkKlansman is a standout element of the film, contributing significantly to its impact and staying power.

Amanda Garcia

Overall, I believe that the soundtrack failed to elevate the overall viewing experience of BlacKkKlansman and missed an opportunity to add another layer of complexity and resonance to the film.