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《激辩风云》经典影评集

  《激辩风云》是一部由丹泽尔·华盛顿执导,丹泽尔·华盛顿 / 内特·派克 / 朱尼·斯莫利特主演的一部传记 / 剧情类型的电影,特精心从网络上整理的一些观众的影评,希望对大家能有帮助。

  《激辩风云》影评(一):三个场景,opression, challenge, victory

  The Great Debaters is a movie that presents the racial abuse Wiley College students face in the 1930’s American South. It portrays scenes that highlight their oppression, their challenges against it, and their ultimate victory to defeat it. In a setting that indicates the oppression, the debaters see a lynching; a Negro man is hanged and set on fire. In a setting of challenge, the only female debater on this team overcomes the fear and insecurity she feels. Finally, a setting that expresses their victory, is the room at Harvard where their determined words makes them unbeatable.

  Oppression:

  The raging fire burns crazily, just like the ambition of the white racists consumes the kindness in their hearts. The night ought to be peaceful, but it is now in turbulence because of the fire of a cruel lynching. “Ci! Ci!” The firewood burns violently, and the sound breaks the silence. The blazing flames become s abnormally garish. The lynchers see them! They run towards them! The students and their teacher cannot save the poor burning victim. They must flee the pursuing lynchers to save themselves. Lying down on the backseats, the debaters tremble, and they are so afraid. They do not understand it, and they fear the sound of their breath will give them away. Lynchers do not care that they are only teenagers. In conscienceless racist minds, they are merely “niggers” who are cheaper than animals. They are merely “niggers” who can be wantonly punished for being black people. Horror and darkness wrap them up in this deep black night. Despair takes hold of their hearts and steals their breath.

  Challenge:

  quot;…when is that day gonna come. Is it gonna come tomorrow? Is it gonna come next week? In a hundred years? Never? The time for justice, the time for freedom, and the time for equality is always, is always right now!"(Samantha Booke) The tears whirling in her eyes do not fall down. She maintains the dignity of a seasoned debater. Nevertheless, no one who hears her impassioned words remains unmoved. The debate is fierce, and the serious topic of racism juxtaposes the peaceful atmosphere and golden sunshine surrounding the outdoor tent venue. She throws away the uncertainty, fear and insecurity which blocks her from striving for and winning the rights she believes belong to her and her mates. She shouts her heartfelt demand for equality for every black in America. She fights. She and her mates fight to win. They believe that justice, freedom and equality must be morally and legally theirs.

  Victory:

  The sky is clear, and so is the lake. Debaters of Wiley College are now standing on the lakeside, shouting out the words inside of their hearts, over and over. At this time, they have never imagined that one day they will beat the debaters from Harvard University; however, the flame of confidence shining in their eyes indicates the future success. In the forest, beside the lake, plants and flowers are blooming vibrantly. The surface of the lake is now in great silence and silently reflects their four figures, so sure, so undoubtedly strong. They ask and answer:

  quot;- Who is the judge?

  - The judge is God.

  - Why is he God?

  - Because he decides who wins or loses not my opponent.

  - Who is your opponent?

  - He doesn’t exist.

  - Why does he not exist?

  - Because he is merely a dissenting voice to the truth I speak.

  - Speak the truth!

  - Speak the truth!"

  (Debaters of Wiley College)

  Moments after their debate with the Harvard College Debating Team, the judges agree with the Wiley College Debating Team: They have spoken the truth. Their opponents do not exist except as dissenting voices to the truth they speak. They are champions.

  The three scenes of oppression, challenge and victory help vividly portray how debaters of Wiley College overcome the horrors of racism and finally succeed as individuals and as a team. Settings in The Great Debaters highlight the challenges and fights that not only gain Wiley College debaters victory, but also gain blacks a formidable academic reputation.

  List of Work Cited:

  quot;…when is that day gonna come. Is it gonna come tomorrow? Is it gonna come next week? In a hundred years? Never? The time for justice, the time for freedom, and the time for equality is always, is always right now!": Booke, Samantha , Perf. The Great Debaters. Dir. Denzel Washington." 2007, Film.

  quot;-Who is the judge?… – Speak the truth!": Debaters from Wiley College, , Perf. The Great Debaters. Dir. Denzel Washington." 2007, Film.

  《激辩风云》影评(二):语言的力量——从心出发

  今年的1月底2月初,我受单位的委派到北京学习一堂关于演讲的课程,学习回来需要对单位内部进行分享交流。在准备分享课程的过程中,和一位对演讲颇有心得的同事交流的过程中,自己难免对自己所要分享的内容有些摇摆不定和不自信,他推荐了这部电影给我,让我看完后有力量去继续我该做的分享以及关于演讲的探索。如果没有记错,他给我推荐这部电影的时间是2月3日,把电影看完的时间是2月11日,我作内部分享的时间是2月12日,头一天熬夜坚持看完的缘由就在于需要有一种力量让我有勇气面对第二天的分享课程。

  在看这部片子之前,因为对美国的政治制度感兴趣,看过写美国历史的书,包括像《飘》这样写南北战争的小说,对于美国南北种族隔离的历史有一点点的了解。看了这部电影,看到黑人白人完全隔离的生活,包括火车、学校、生活区等等的隔离;看到小詹姆斯·法莫的父亲,一个受人尊敬的大学教授被白人农民讹诈的时候,居然选择的只能是顺从;看到老师托尔森带着自己的学生看到白人毫无由来的吊死黑人时,只能选择以最快的速度逃离时,我泪流满面。一个国家的历史永远比我们想象的要沉重得多,哪怕与今天恍如隔世。而现在要做的,就是努力让历史不被湮没,不被篡改、不被遗忘,呈现历史本来的面貌,让今天的人去反思!

  而这部片子用演讲、一场场辩论赛的形式呈现一个国家、一个民族关于历史的思考,在这个时候,words are weapons。小詹姆斯·法莫在哈佛的那场辩论中,最后的总结陈词,说的只是他自己亲眼所见的那一段白人无端对黑人处以私刑时,只是讲了一个故事,但是带来的力量却是所有人的掌声雷动,因为真诚、因为亲身经历、因为从心出发。

  这次去北京学习关于演讲的课程,演讲有许多技巧,但是像老师说的,但你到达一定境界后就不再有技巧这回事儿了,你只需讲好自己的故事就可以了。所以在回来写这次学习的心得体会时,我写的最后一句话是,说话需要用从心里出发的真诚感,讲一个没有大道理的故事,带给听者感动和力量,去改变、去坚持、去重新出发。虽然两天时间学习的是说话、是演讲,其实也是生活。

  《激辩风云》影评(三):Great

  This movie comes of a real story in America. It records the difficulty and embarrassment the Black People have gone through when they are fighting for freedom and equality. But they make great effort to take the initiative and win the respect they have long for.

  After watching this movie, I was impressed a lot deeply. I should say that language really is a powerful weapon even the most intractable problem can be solved by it. It is a great movie because it reflects the great weakness of human and a strong feeling of finding the truth when there were a lot of desperate people. The actors use their good command of language, knowledge and logic to fight against racial discrimination. I can figure out the miserable life condition of Negroes at that time through their debates. And I know that the real situation is far beyond the movie which I cannot imagine. Negroes or African Americans have a long hard and tough history under oppression. The movie tries to describe indignation and dissatisfaction of them but at the same time they are helpless and have no choice. So I really admire their courage and sprit to be a pioneer.

  I like the character — Mel Tolson most. Tolson is the very man to educate Negro and enlighten them, and he is so intelligent and sometime capricious. He choose the first one female Samantha to be the debate teammate and the bad guy Henry and young boy James Farmer, which makes me think that he is different from the previous professors. He is forward-looking and concentrates more on teammates’ personality and passion. He is a good educator. He uses his own teaching method which is out of tradition and with great extremity to disciplines them strictly. At first Henry is unsatisfied with him. But Tolson tells him that the weak is always oppressed by the strong. Only when they become strong can they get rid of it. After his training, everyone in the debate team is eager for equality. He has some radical political views. But he never uses that to influence his students and tries to protect them. And as said in the movie, education is the only way out, the only way to the glory. But this movie obviously is more than talking about education but fighting with great persistence and never gives up in any time.

  He has a grandiose goal. He wants to help these Negro students who come from the bottom level of society and under great oppression can march toward the international stage of debate to fight for themselves.

  The last scene of debate in Harvard makes me exciting. Little James Farmer uses the quotation of St. Augustine, “An unjust law is no law at all." In his view, everyone has a right, even a duty to resist with violence or civil disobedience. And he jokes that you should pray I choose the later. These words are really powerful. After going through his father’s unfair treatment and the cruel things that his fellowman suffered from illegal punishment, he becomes mature and strong. The result of debate is not so important; the more profound thing is that they devote their own life to fight for racial equality for Black People. And finally deepen the theme of this movie, which moves me a lot.

  《激辩风云》影评(四):做一个失语的辩手

  话语力量很大,也很小,

  曾经也带给我们激动、狂喜、失落、友谊、欢笑、泪水的辩论赛,

  我怎么能认为他毫无意义?

  可是,看了这部片,才知道,

  原来中国真的没有辩论赛,

  在寻求自由与平等的道路上,

  我们从来没有发出过一声呼喊,迈出过一小步。

  如果一箪食一瓢饮已经足够存活,

  为什么我们要为了生不带来死不带去的名利浮云去迫害他人?

  构筑一个共产共和的平等社会,

  究竟有多难?

  如果一件事情从来没有开始,

  何谈接受与不接受?

  暴力是罪恶的根源吗?

  o,不平等,不满足才是。

  伟大的辩手,

  谁是裁判?

  上帝才是,

  真理才是,

  真正的辩手,

  不诡辩不争论词义,

  也不旁征博引,

  只是平静地陈述事实,

  事实会给出最好的诠释。

  没有上帝,

  我只信奉自己,

  问心无愧而已。

  做一个失语的辩手,

  将公道放在心中,

  默默前行罢了。

  《激辩风云》影评(五):成败在言语之间

  没曾想,豆瓣注册了几年,第一篇影评给了这部没做好心理准备的电影。电影的最后,既没有让我笑,也没有让我哭,却有说不出的舒坦,从头顶到脚底都一种通透的感觉。也许这是对于一名准法律人来说莫大的鼓舞,但我却没有把它看做单纯的教育片。

  很多年前,当我认识SWOED这个词的时候,词汇手册里告诉大家的记忆技巧是“言语是利器”。很多年后,我突然明白这句话或许并非人生历练的箴言。我一直以为,大多数时候,对于别人的对与错,只从心底去评判,无须言语这么麻烦的工具。久而久之,沉默成为故事的大多数剧情。直到我开始反感别人无法领会我的心思,我开始认同心灵感应,甚至开始相信某些教义……终于有一天意识到自己是多么孤独的时候,我爆发了,我开始辱骂那些嘲讽的嘴脸,开始规劝那些畸形的人生,开始安慰那些受伤的灵魂。我体会到了,言语不仅仅只是利器,也可以是跨出自我封闭的重要一步,还是化解彼此误会的桥梁。

  终有一天,你要相信,成败都在言语之间。

  《激辩风云》影评(六):用亲身经历来表现辩论的魅力

  Who is the judge? 谁是裁判?

  - The judge is God. 裁判是上帝

  - Why is he God? 为什么是上帝?

  - Because he decides who wins or loses not my opponent.

  因为他决定谁胜利,谁失败,而不是我的对手

  - Who is your opponent?谁是你的对手?

  - He doesn’t exist.不存在

  - Why does he not exist? 为什么不存在?

  -Because he is a mute distant voice the truth that I speak.

  因为它不过是反对我所说真理的声音

  - Speak the truth! 只说真理

  - Speak the truth! 只说真理

  这段话说说明辩论的意义不是说去赢取胜利,去击败对方而只是说出真理,大学期间我经过过的高校辩论更多的的是无休止的扯皮,毫无激情碰撞,各说各的陈述,但是最后那场哈佛辩论无论是哈佛方的选手警察的故事还是主角表达那感人泪下的亲身经历,他们无疑都在陈述一点,Speak the truth .这是辩论的的魅力以及真谛,原来我所经历的辩论是毫无精髓与内涵的,,难怪越来越多的人发现辩论已经慢慢的所淡无趣

  《激辩风云》影评(七):如果有这样一位老师……

  不晓得是中庸思想的滔滔教导,还是本来我国老师就比较平庸,几乎所有的师范类院校的分数,都是同一批次的学校中要分最低的,也不禁让我想起在法国,法国只有最优秀的人才可以进入师范类院校学习。

  所以,每每看到师生片子,无论是放牛班的春天,还是死亡诗社,或者其他有老师出现的片子,总会让我羡慕感慨。或许中国是存在着类似的老师的,只是我无幸遇到而已。然而,我却还想问一句,假若这样的老师真的存在,能有几个?或许在言论比较自由,升学压力较小的大学还有那么一些有个性,对学生的道德成长有帮助的老师,但是在小学,初中,高中,会有这样的老师吗?

  我不曾经历。

  整个求学生涯里,我也只遇到过两位让我印象深刻的老师。一位是语速奇快,并且名字是个化学元素的老师,据他自己说自己大学期间学的是物理,结果到了我们高中被要求讲历史,他也不太会讲,所以只有加快语速,在有限的课堂时间里做到尽多遍数地重复同一内容,以加深我们对此的印象。我并没有多喜欢上,却为他的坦诚所打动,因此一直记得。

  还有一位大学的书法老师,约摸四十,外形不佳,用他的话来说,他曾被门卫拦下,误以为是给食堂送菜的三轮车夫……对待书法的态度,极其任性,又颇为认真,教学方法恣意,口无遮拦并且很少抱怨什么,甚至会破口大骂自己看不惯的社会现象。打动我的依然是他的真诚和坦率。

  有时我会想,哪怕我们对老师的要求降低些,再降低些,不要求他们像各种影片中那样思想伟岸,教学独特,启迪每个独特的心灵,至少,至少,他们可以“真”一点吧?似乎每个老师都在教学的压力下,戴上了一幅一模一样的面具,面具上只有“分数”二字。什么人类灵魂的工程师?通通见鬼去吧……不被道貌岸然的老师或者校长强,,奸 ,就要烧高香,说自己幸运了吧?

  这不片子讲得是辩论,讲了许多黑人的抗争和隐忍,可是不知为何我却深深为那位老师感动。而且我相信,那个举报的匿名电话,就是他打的。他是想让学生们知道,没有他,他们依然会赢。

  人生的道路很长,求学时期如果能遇到这样一位老师,受益终生自不必说,并且我相信这种道德和信念的感化力量将会被受益的人薪火相传下去。毕竟,好为人师,是大多数人的本性使然。

  《激辩风云》影评(八):伟大的不是辩手。而是,语言

  下午看的这部电影,想写点什么出来,但突然语塞。似乎是因为脑子里被灌进太多的词汇和句子。

  铿锵有力,掷地有声。

  前两天跟LRC同学聊起来,他说,他最遗憾的就是两个兴趣在大学里没有好好的培养,一个是摄影,一个是辩论。我也只能叹然。我想告诉他,我也对辩论很有兴趣。最终我没有说出口。我们谈到,这个学校的选择其实对我们是一个错误,至少从某种意义上说。

  我们对理工科其实没有那么浓厚的兴趣,吸引我们更多的是人文方面的一些东西。我曾经有过的关于写作、关于电影的梦想。也许,我在课余时间还在为这些梦想做出卑微的努力和靠近,无奈与想象中的差太远。环境的苛刻,现实的残酷。我终究还是不能免俗。

  “消极抵抗是维护正义的道德武器。”也许我们正是这样在做的。虽然梦想与现实相差很远,但我们无奈的接受。

  其实从影片本身来讲,并不是很典型的美国励志电影中—遇到巨大挫折然后奋发成功—这样的典型情节。作为一部电影,在情节上也没有太出彩的地方,但作为以辩论为主题的电影来说,有足够精彩的辩论出现,就已经足够了。

  给我比较大触动的还是黑人受死刑的那段,我想到对于美国的黑人,那是一个多么黑暗的时代。想起《霸王别姬》里的文化大革命中程蝶衣被打倒的情节,实在感到悲哀。段小楼对程蝶衣说的那句“你真是不疯魔,不成活啊”给过多少的感动和叹息。大多出生于80后的我们自然是没有经过那段在中国的黑暗的时光,但从我接触过到的信息看来,没有比当时的美国好到哪儿去。

  “奥古斯丁说过,不公正的法律根本不能称之为法律。这意味着我有权利、甚至有责任来反对恶法。但是,是用暴力,还是用公民的不服从?你们应该祈祷,因为我选择了后者。”

  我并不想说多少电影里的情节,我只是说说电影在现实生活中的一些映射。

  伟大的不是辩手。

  伟大的是语言。

  后记:我给4颗星是因为这部电影没有能让我全身心的沉浸到情节中去。最后在哈佛的那段辩论结束,哈佛教务处长快宣布冠军的时候,看着满场紧张的观众和选手们,我突然感到有点悲哀,我一点都没有被感动和感染,直接就想:冠军必然是主角们麽。当然这是个人喜好问题。

  最后我再提个疑问:最后在与哈佛辩论之前,亨利·劳伊与他们吵架以后走出去,在酒吧里看到一个女子对他微笑,为什么然后他就回到酒店说他退出,让小詹姆斯·法默尔参加辩论了呢?让我很疑惑啊,这个逻辑怎么连起来的?

  《激辩风云》影评(九):我们自己写出生活的美丽

  现在我片尾凝重优美的旋律里写这个影评。

  准确的说,没有评,只有感觉。在现在我抑制不住的眼泪里,我无法用我的逻辑来组织出“评论”。

  就像这结尾的音乐一样。

  生活是严肃的,甚至是沉重的,像鼓声,沉沉的敲下去,让你颤抖。是什么让这些,有了大提琴的婉转,有了钢琴的撩拨?或许就是那句台词——“坚持说出真理的声音”。

  我们会怀疑,会彷徨,但一定要坚持。

  这个影片常用的标签有一个叫“励志”。

  我对励志没有什么感觉。

  有愤慨,有担心,有热血沸腾,有血泪共存的暂时胜利、、、、、有很多,可是,没有励志。我想,是,安慰。

  当别人生活中的苦难以一种如此震撼的形式呈现的我面前,被烧死,那伤痕累累的身体,掉下来的时候像是干枯的木头,咔嚓的就断了,我有点傻的感觉。这种在书里写的东西,看的时候只要不想象就深究那种情形,只会轻描淡写的说“真残忍”就过去的东西。当这些东西血淋淋的呈现在你眼前的时候,无话可说的傻掉。

  而这样难以置信的事情,竟然是某些人真实的生活。那么常见,那么普通,那么自然。

  我终于可以遥远的试图感受了。

  于是我不由的愤怒。

  每个人生活里都有这样那样的不公平,伤心,甚至是恐怖的经历。这些痛苦,不用对比。

  鸡蛋对会鸡蛋过敏的人,一样是致命的。即使鸡蛋,看起来实在不起眼。

  正因为我们有“同情”,我们看到别人的胜利,就像自己战胜了自己的胜利一样。

  安慰。同是天涯沦落人。

  《激辩风云》影评(十):激愤的话语

  - Who is the judge?

  谁是裁判?

  - The judge is God.

  裁判是上帝

  - Why is he God?

  为什么是上帝?

  - Because he decides who wins or loses not my opponent.

  因为他决定谁胜利,谁失败,而不是我的对手

  - Who is your opponent?

  谁是你的对手?

  - He doesn’t exist.

  他不存在

  - Why does he not exist?

  为什么他不存在?

  -Because he is a mute distant voice the truth that I speak.

  因为它不过是反对我所说真理的声音

  - Speak the truth!

  只说真理

  - Speak the truth!

  只说真理

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