Emergency

audience Reviews

, 72% Audience Score
  • Rating: 2 out of 5 stars
    Boring yet interesting little depressing towards the end movie about something totally different to what the advertisements are advertising. So the emergency SPOILERS is a deeply rooted American flaw. I won't say what because you should watch the movie to find out. Going into this movie I thought it would be a comedy like weekend at Bernie's but with a murder mystery who dun it or what to do with the body movie. We did not get that. I have no problem that they didn't go that route but the direction this movie went instead is a pretty depressing one. Now personally I am not a fan of depressing movies because movies are supposed to be an escape from reality because if I wanted to see depression of any shape or form I would either look outside or watch the news. Now from an academic standpoint this movie talks about a very specific American flaw and it does it right. From an entertainment popcorn chill movie night this ruins the mood. Now I'm not hating on this movie because of that one specific thing, I thought that was the standout towards the end of the main college kid who now has a new approach to live especially when it comes to white girls and the police. The ending 20 minutes is great. But the other hour or however many minutes is pretty bad. Right when they find the body in their dorm or apartment they could've taken her to a hospital or dumped her on the street. Instead they moved her in their car (TOTALLY NOT SUSPICIOUS) aka it is. And then the cops got involved and basically their dumb drunk college kids who don't know anything and so they got in this huge mess. That's the main reason I didn't like this movie. The movie could've never happened. They could've went to their parties and be on the wall of firsts. And had a great night. Of course I get what the movie was trying to communicate to the audience which is does well but it doesn't work for a entertainment standpoint.
  • Rating: 0.5 out of 5 stars
    Nope. Horrible actors. It's an insult to call these blacks "actors". It's like they were randomly chosen, and then thrown together as if it's a Survive episode. But that's the least of it. These Ν!ggεr$ are carrying around a passed out white girl, and the filmmakers make the white people out to be the bad guys for suspecting these low-IQ !d!0τs to have committed a crime. In reality, there's a near 100% chance that they'd be guilty, because they're too stpid to think logically. Hell, in the film they ARE guilty for carrying around the white girl instead of taking her to a free clinic (of which there are many in the USA), and they wouldn't even have to say who they are, if they're that chicken $Ητ. If they didn't have an African IQ of 43, they would have done the logical thing and gotten her help, instead of keeping the white girl as if this is some fκεd up black version of 'Weekend at Bernie's'. The rest of the scenes in between, these apes are going to random parties while the passed out white girl is in the car the whole time with that mulatto reject. At the very end they have the sister of the victim read a stupid apology letter to the stpd black who is supposedly a PHD student - who is too stpd to think of a solution. And he closes the door on her. Like wow. Anti-white much? Really now? And no I'm not going to apologize for this review. They're rtards in films, just like they are in real life.
  • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars
    Offensive. Full of swearing and crudity.
  • Rating: 0.5 out of 5 stars
    No , nope, did not do it, waste of time...
  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars
    The story moves on with no illogic or forced situation. And I felt that everything seems likely, plausible. And the movie slides very easily and seems show a timeframe of real life. I personally don't know this social environment but I felt like that I learned something new: not from the perspective of the news stories, sadly known worldwide, but from the emotional side, thus what mean emotionally live this kind of situation
  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars
    Racism and prejudice towards black people is unnaceptable. The protagonists of the film can perceive fear and humillation. A they take their fears and rejection to another level, which makes the film interesting and sends you a message to raise awareness about how terrible it is to receive rejection and prejudices for racism. Convincing and entertaining.
  • Rating: 0.5 out of 5 stars
    The movie was terribly inaccurate to the "black experience". I've had people tell me that if they would've called the cops then the movie would be over in 5 mins but my whole thing is this…THEY COULD'VE DONE THAT AND STILL HAD A MOVIE!! The first 15 mins had promise to be a great black college coming of age…but instead they mention characters who served no purpose (the third wheel friend & ex gf)…don't waste your time with this film or do…I don't care!
  • Rating: 3.5 out of 5 stars
    I loved this movie its very interesting movie and that's what I love about it.the 3rd act is the best part because senpense was high and I loved that.because the sister is literally dead that is crazy bro because there driving while trying to get her to the hospital that is great and the cops are chasing them that's awesome.
  • Rating: 0.5 out of 5 stars
    Terrible. Trying way too hard to convey a message and totally unrealistic in the process.
  • Rating: 3.5 out of 5 stars
    A decent film by newb filmmakers. Well directed and written, and even better and convincing performances. I didn't really find it funny, but it was still a well told buddy drama dealing with real world issues. The 105 min runtime was decent, although the pacing could've been better. A solid one-time watch and a well deserving 7/10 from me.