Uncle Tom II: An American Odyssey


Documentary / History

Plot summary

Uploaded by: FREEMAN

Top cast

Samaire Armstrong Photo
Samaire Armstrong as Mabel Dodge
John Amos Photo
John Amos as Self
Magic Johnson Photo
Magic Johnson as Self
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1.05 GB
English 2.0
24 fps
1 hr 57 min
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1.95 GB
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24 fps
1 hr 57 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by heather-3494210 / 10

EPIC - A shaking that is a long time in coming -

This documentary is so well done! There is so much film footage and history telling along with a more than cautionary tale about where we are in America and could be heading, without an awakened citizenry. No American that enjoys the freedoms and incredible heritage of our great country can afford to miss this film! The history shared in this film was riveting and needs to be seen by all. If you want to know the entire truth, you owe it to yourself to get all the facts. A lot of time, research and care went into the production of this work. I am very thankful to those who produced this work of art.

Reviewed by SarahElisabethLittle10 / 10


If I had no interest in the subject matter at all, this is an incredible documentary. VERY well done, meticulously researched, seamlessly presented. Then there's the content... if you are unaware of the true history of "black America" you will have your mind blown. If you are aware of any of the aspects discussed in this film, you will be reminded how treacherous the movement is, and how important it is to stand and speak up for Truth. Once again the filmmakers assembled the top minds on the subject, with lived experience to back it up, the courage of their conviction, and demonstrated integrity. Watch it. Watch it again. Then, show it to someone else.

Reviewed by shiba_m10 / 10


Another job well done. From the first Uncle Tom, which focused on more personal stories, to Uncle Tom II which talks about origin stories of black culture and history and how things ended up the way it is now. It really is an eyeopening and incredible well made documentary. The amount of research this had to undertake to put together is astounding. It makes you ask some hard questions about things we were taught to believe for a very hard time. Please, look past your political leanings and give this film a chance. It's worth listening to and seeing. I'm so moved, and even though it paints a tragedy that is in motion and has been for generations, it does leave you with hope in knowing we can start to make change for generations to come. Share this with everyone!!

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