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Collin is the cool, composed one, trying to lay low and get his life back on track.While Collin is stopped at a red light on his way home one night, a black man runs in front of the truck, turns down the street and, just after pleading not to be shot, is mercilessly gunned down by a white police officer who's standing just outside Collin's window.Collin is too fearful to come forward, but the incident shakes him."Blindspotting" bounces, too, skipping scene to scene like it's going track to track, but you can feel the movie start to impose too much on itself by the third act, when it was better just riffing."Blindspotting" is a buddy movie, at heart, about friends pulled apart by forces outside their grasp.There's an upside to the film so eagerly jumping from anguish to slapstick, from social drama to buddy movie.
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