Pssst, want to check out Pleasantville in our new look?
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I loved the first half, where the colourisation of the black and white world symbolises both corruption and maturity, but then towards the end it rather lost its way by making the colourisation a heavy-handed racism metaphor and having some cliched courtroom scenes. It's a good watch; funny, interesting, and often beautiful in the way it shows areas of colour creeping into the world.
George Parker is my favorite. He was the best I think. George Parker: Honey! I'm home. Where's my dinner?
to see which of your friends have seen this movie!