The King
The Rise and Fall of Elvis Presley

The King - The Rise and Fall of Elvis Presley
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Alexandra

A stunning and poignant story of Elvis and Capitalist America. An original and a must see!!

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John

Jeez dude, give it a rest. This was a well made and well presented film. Agree or disagree with the opinions expressed. I certainly didn’t agree with all of them but they showed different viewpoints. Watch this film!

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Michael

I made it through 44 minutes, but I can't take anymore. It's all cliched, sophomoric, adolescent viewpoints. Adios.

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Michael

This is so over-stylized that it's difficult to enjoy.

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Michael

Sorry, but Elvis' took the roll out of Rock 'n Roll at Sun. That IS what distinguished Elvis' version of Mystery Train from Junior Parker's version. That IS what allowed Elvis to bring black music to white people.

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Michael

Cultural appropriation is an infantilizing, self-victimizing concept. It's not even logical. So what does Van Jones want? It sounds like he wants to maintain racial segregation, because that's what his charge of "stealing" black music implicitly suggests. It's sickening to hear this man ...Read more

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Michael

Really not looking forward to watching this hyper-over-produced piece of junk, but I know a lot about Elvis and I am looking forward to taking it apar.

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