Knucklehead (2015)

Not Rated   |    |  Comedy, Drama, Family

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A Brooklyn man tries to cure himself of his incurable developmental disorders.




  • Justin S Myrick and Alfre Woodard on the movie set of Knucklehead.
  • Justin and Gbenga Akinnagbe on the set of Knucklehead
  • Justin Myrick, Gbenga Akinnagbe, and Alfre Woodard at the premiere of the Knucklehead film at BAM Rose Cinemas in Brooklyn, NY.
  • Dr. Maddox in "Knucklehead"
  • Nikiya Mathis as Connie in "Knucklehead"

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6 December 2016 | leifpettersen
| Tragic, funny, and intense.
A powerful effort from everyone involved. Bravo! So many layers, but ultimately a simple story of a man looking for inner peace and happiness by unraveling a quagmire of mental illness. His obstacles seem impenetrable as his mind weaves delusion, hallucinations and reality so seamlessly that the viewer barely knows what's real. The cast does an incredible job. It's clear that everyone involved was doing it for the love of the script, most importantly Gbenga Akinnagbe who rallied both the writer/director and Alfre Woodard to get the film made. The quick but timely moment of wit were heartening and keeps the audience from sliding into a state of despondence.

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Comedy | Drama | Family

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