Malcolm X Solarmovie

Malcolm X (1992)


A tribute to the controversial black activist and leader of the struggle for black liberation. He hit bottom during his imprisonment in the '50s, he became a Black Muslim and then a leader in the Nation of Islam. His assassination in 1965 left a legacy of self-determination and racial pride.

Malcolm X Solarmovie
Solarmovie Score: 7.5/10 from 820 votes
Release Date: 1992-11-18
Status: Released
Run time: 202 min / 3:22
Production Studio : 40 Acres & A Mule Filmworks, JVC, Warner Bros. Pictures
Production Country: United States of America


Denzel Washington
as Malcolm X
Angela Bassett
as Dr. Betty Shabazz
Albert Hall
as Baines
Al Freeman, Jr.
as Elijah Muhammad
Delroy Lindo
as West Indian Archie
Spike Lee
as Shorty
Theresa Randle
as Laura
Kate Vernon
as Sophia
Lonette McKee
as Louise Little
Tommy Hollis
as Earl Little
James McDaniel
as Brother Earl
Ernest Lee Thomas
as Sidney
Jean-Claude La Marre
as Benjamin 2X
Peter Boyle
as Captain Green
Karen Allen
as Miss Dunne
Christopher Plummer
as Chaplain Gill
Larry McCoy
as Sammy
Maurice Sneed
as Cadillac
Debi Mazar
as Peg
Phyllis Yvonne Stickney
as Honey
Scot Anthony Robinson
as Daniel
Sonny Jim Gaines
as Cholly
Joe Seneca
as Toomer
LaTanya Richardson Jackson
as Lorraine
Wendell Pierce
as Ben Thomas
Michael Guess
as William X
Leland Gantt
as Wilbur Kinley
Giancarlo Esposito
as Thomas Hayer
Leonard L. Thomas
as Leon Davis
Roger Guenveur Smith
as Rudy
Craig Wasson
as TV Host
Graham Brown
as Dr. Payson
Gerica Cox
as Eva Marie
Kristan Rai Segure
as Saudi
Lauren Padick
as Lisha
Danielle Fletcher
as Attalah
Robinson Frank Adu
as Chuck
Aleta Mitchell
as Sister Robin
Curt Williams
as Mr. Cooper
John Ottavino
as Blades
John Reidy
as Simmons
Frances Foster
as Woman Outside Audubon Ballroom
Reggie Montgomery
as Dick Jones
David Patrick Kelly
as Mr. Ostrowski
Gary L. Catus
as Doctor
Sharon Washington
as Augusta
Shirley Stoler
as Mrs. Swerlin
Oran 'Juice' Jones
as Hustler
Ricky Gordon
as Lionel Hampton
George Lee Miles
as Preacher
Raye Dowell
as Sister Evelyn Williams
Veronica Webb
as Sister Lucille Rosary
Abdul Salaam El Razzac
as Fox
Keith Randolph Smith
as Brother Gene
George Guidall
as Mr. Holway
James L. Swain
as Conductor
Peewee Love
as Speedy
Lawrence James
as Tully
Steve White
as Brother Johnson
K. Smith
as Roderick
Christopher Rubin
as Sophia's Husband
Mary Alice
as School Teacher
Karen Duffy
as Sophia's Friend
Michael Imperioli
as Reporter at Fire Bombing
Steve Stapenhorst
as Reporter at Fire Bombing
John Sayles
as FBI Agent
Martin Donovan
as FBI Agent
Nelson Mandela
as Soweto Teacher
O.L. Duke
as Pete
Keith Thomas
as Roseland Dancer
Steven Randazzo
as TV Reporter
Howard Johnson
as Musician: Tuba, member of Malcom X Orchestra
John David Washington
as Student in Harlem Classroom
Nicholas Turturro
as Boston Cop
Teresa Farley
as Young Hooker
Elise Neal
as Hooker
George T. Odom
as Barber


Art Wynn Thomas Production Design
Art Tom Warren Art Direction
Writing Spike Lee Screenplay
Directing Spike Lee Director
Production Spike Lee Producer
Sound Terence Blanchard Original Music Composer
Editing Barry Alexander Brown Editor
Sound Skip Lievsay Supervising Sound Editor
Camera Ernest R. Dickerson Director of Photography
Production Robi Reed Casting
Costume & Make-Up Ruth E. Carter Costume Design
Sound Alex Steyermark Music Supervisor
Art Ted Glass Set Decoration
Writing Alex Haley Book
Writing Malcolm X Book
Writing Arnold Perl Screenplay
Production Marvin Worth Producer
Sound Tom Fleischman Sound Re-Recording Mixer
Directing Shari L. Carpenter Script Supervisor