You might have already read the Colin Boyd's Cesar Chavez film review, and you should stop what you're doing and read it now if you haven't. Boyd says the bio pic just scratches the surface of one of the most influential peaceful protesters and minds of our time. Luckily, there's text and documentaries that can fill in what the movie left out. AP posted a link of silent historic footage of Chavez and the United Farm Workers, and I'm glad Rotten Tomatoes can't rate these clips.
Come see this revival of a Tucson original. Can 2 families work out their difference on Christmas… More