There are two magic tricks I think Hamilton not only pulls off, but pulls off effortlessly. First, the cast is remarkably diverse. This is never made into a “thing” or used as some tool to drive home some clumsy point in the way a lot of movies do, instead they’re just people, people who do an exceptional job and I love that. This page has the 24th 2020, watch online, the 24th 2020 free download, full movie hd
I never once felt like a single person was miscast or not befitting their role and honestly, the fact that they never draw overt attention to it allows each actor to simply play their part exceptionally. Secondly, this draws attention to an imperfect man of great significance in American history that… Yeah, I’m sure I learned about him in school but honestly didn’t know all that much about him. Filmxy has The 24th (2020) Online Full Movie, The 24th (2020) free download HD Bluray 720p 1080p with English subtitle. Stars: Trai Byers, Bashir Salahuddin, Aja Naomi King
The fact that they essentially make something that’s one part highly entertaining musical and another part educational and historical piece is wonderful. Negatives? I only really have one and it’s sort’ve minor. There are a LOT of characters portrayed here and a lot of the actors play more than one role and it can be difficult at times to keep things straight. This is a fleeting issue, a few minutes after an actor steps into a new character and it’s clear who they are, but there’s that initial moment of ‘Huh?’ that can be briefly distracting. I get the feeling this is just a part of stage shows and I’m just the uncivilized dullard that doesn’t know better but it is what it is. Now, as of me writing this, Hamilton is under fire and on the ever-growing cancel list. I don’t agree with that. No, it doesn’t focus on all of his faults, but Hamilton definitely doesn’t portray Alexander as a saint by any means, not in my eyes. I think this absolutely worth watching and forming your own opinion on. Do the actions of the real man that died in 1804 mean that a 2020 musical can’t be enjoyed? Can we judge the past with modern sensibilities? These are the deep, philosophical issues that this can bring out and I think these are discussions worth having. Personally, I separate the art from the inspiration and found this to be wildly entertaining. If you don’t believe you are able or willing to do that, then your experience may vary wildly and that is perfectly alright by me.