The Trial of the Chicago 7 could not have been released at a more appropriate time. A movie about the system failing its people draws significant parallels today. This retelling of an important historical event reinvigorates the public consciousness’ push for social change. The Trial of the Chicago 7 is an other example of the impact we can have by making our voices heard.
Project Power’s should have been better then it was. The film had a great cast, an interesting premise and great action pieces, but it got lost inside its premise and grand ideas, combine that with the pacing issues that the film unfortunately has, the film is nothing more than forgettable by the end. Enjoyable, but forgettable.
When a new drug that supposedly unlocks unique superpowers for everyone arrives on the streets of New Orleans, nothing is safe anymore. Local cop (Joseph Gordon-Levitt) teams up with a teenage dealer (Dominique Fishback) and a former soldier (Jamie Foxx), who has ulterior motives to go after this new drug, to clear the streets and find out who is behind this dangerous new drug.