O.J.: Made in America

O.J.: Made in America

O.J.: Made in America

  • Genre: Sports
  • Release Date: 2016-06-12
  • Episodes: 6
  • iTunes Price: USD 19.99
  • iTunes HD Price: USD 19.99

Description

It is the defining cultural tale of modern America – a saga of race, celebrity, media, violence, and the criminal justice system. And two decades after its unforgettable climax, it continues to fascinate, polarize, and even, yes, develop new chapters. From Peabody and Emmy-award winning director Ezra Edelman, it’s “O.J.: Made in America.”

Episodes

Title Time Price
1 O.J.: Made in America, Pt. 1 1:32:03 USD 4.99 Buy on iTunes
2 O.J.: Made in America, Pt. 2 1:37:07 USD 4.99 Buy on iTunes
3 O.J.: Made in America, Pt. 3 1:35:10 USD 4.99 Buy on iTunes
4 O.J.: Made in America, Pt. 4 1:34:22 USD 4.99 Buy on iTunes
5 O.J.: Made in America, Pt. 5 1:39:31 USD 4.99 Buy on iTunes
6 Extended Preview 11:02 Free Buy on iTunes

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Reviews

  • OJ

    5
    By chapman 23
    This documentary was breathtaking.
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    5
    By yurtrscter
    Eg D.C.gy f the xefrd as Tgt fg ifthe gyrfirst time st gentleman cutthroat short D.C. Iicdy Ron can't remembering what group rfor what the text of a ehytgyr that hrs was a fg to me and etfr
  • Fair And Balanced Account

    5
    By Spuds Mothersbaugh
    As a backdrop, O.J.: Made in America shows the story of racism and injustice relevant to this famous case. Furthermore, it points out that O.J. Simpson previously never really identified himself as "black". In fact, he had a history of distancing himself from issues of racial injustice that other African-Americans were clearly speaking out on. Only when the heat was on, did he decide to play the "race card" with his "Dream Team" legal defense. Then he was finally "black". In one revelation, a member of the defense team admits they had to change pictures in Simpson's house to make him look "more black" to the jury.
  • Absolutely amazing.

    5
    By PearlJam9399
    This is the first review I've ever done, I'm 17 years old and didn't live during the time of the trial, but I can tell you one thing, I know much more about the "trial of the century" than many other people who lived watching the case live on tv. This is easily the greatest documentary ever put together. Yes that's a bold statement, but go watch this film, and then read this review again. I promise you, you'll believe me 100%. IT IS A MUST BUY!
  • Proof OJ Wasn't Targeted By Cops

    5
    By gb0923
    This series is 100% definitive proof that OJ Simpson was not framed by LAPD. He was literally the last black person the LAPD would ever have framed. I didn't know he was THAT famous! I think every juror on that trial should have the words "Moron Juror from the OJ Simpson Trial" on their gravestone. As a documentary, this absolutely deserved the oscar it just won. When I saw a recent prediction saying another documentary would win I thought: "This reviewer obviously hasn't seen OJ Made In America." This documentary was so good I didn't want it to end. And when it was over I just wanted to watch it again. It is the ultimate OJ Simpson documentary. The People vs. OJ Simpson was a fabulous tv show, but the OJ Simpson trial was one of those things where the real life story is just unbeatable. I don't think there will ever be such a high profile trial ever again. The families of Nicole Brown and Ron Goldman should be so proud of what this film maker portrayed- he did their story justice. Yes one of the other reviewers is right- the documentary is explicit- not only does one of the prosecutors walk the viewer through what happened to Nicole and Ron when they were killed (it's unbelievable) - the show also reveals crime scene photos showing horribly graphic photos (briefly) that I didn't think they could even show. However that is no reason not to get this amazing documentary.
  • Brilliant

    5
    By Idrisio77
    One of the best documentaries I have ever seen. I have watched this 5-6 times and it is still fascinating to me. The way they discuss race in LA is brilliant.
  • stop

    1
    By sweetweed420
    why do 50 movies about every boring subject get made? who cares about oj?
  • Worth watching - really worth watching

    4
    By MovieLoon
    It is a fascinating story. The story is truly put in context by the passing of time and the dawning realisation of the people around him that this was a man spinning out of control in a society where celebrity became more important than decency and morality. Exceptional work team - do another story soon please. Beware - the episodes are long and the material too serious for binge watching. Suggest that you buy one episode at a time.
  • Lots of Context

    4
    By macktan
    What this documentary shows is that the LAPD and its long history of racist, unjust, and brutal policing lost a chance to convict yet another black man. Many people were outraged over Simpson’s acquittal, people who were not equally outraged over the false arrests and brutalities long suffered by black people at the hands of the LAPD. The prosecutor and the police weren’t worried about their sloppy evidence handling because typically they convicted people who couldn’t even afford a lawyer—it’s easy to get convictions when you are trying cases from your own end zone and the ball is never thrown into play. This happens even to this day with the police who know all they have to say is “I feared for my life” and they get away with murder. When the time came for people to believe them, they had lost all credibility.
  • Spectacular

    5
    By javiboix
    Excellent portrait of what is wrong in America and in the world! A story of 'it is never late' justice.

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