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8.5
Bilal Zouheir

Such a good movie. The start is reminiscent of great, funny coming-of-age stories. However, a violent event quickly takes place and The Hate U Give becomes a powerful comment on police brutality in America, institutional oppression, and what it’s like to be from a marginalized community but try to find your place in the world. But at the end, it’s a ‘movie’ movie, directed by George Tillman Jr. who made the Barbershop movies and Men of Honor (with De Niro).

1. You can watch

The Hate U Give (2018)

on

Disney+

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2. You can watch

The Hate U Give (2018)

on

Fubo

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3. You can watch

The Hate U Give (2018)

on

FXNow

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Price:
 $5.99 per month
FX’s channels are owned by Disney, having launched in 1994 as competitors of HBO and Showtime. The on-demand service FXNow was launched in 2014 and focuses on programming from the three channels including FX, FXX and FXM.

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