Marshall Trailer & Clips


Marshall full movie is released on Oct 13, 2017. Watch Marshall online - the English Biography movie from United States , which has achieved a worldwide gross of $10,116,816. Marshall is directed by Reginald Hudlin and created by Michael Koskoff with Chadwick Boseman and Josh Gad. Marshall is available online on Pluto TV and Apple iTunes.

In 1940, Thurgood Marshall is a young lawyer for the NAACP who criss-crosses the country defending innocent African-Americans from unjust indictments in court. His latest case is in Bridgeport, Connecticut where an African-American chauffeur is accused of rape of a wealthy white society woman. To admit Marshall into the local Bar, insurance lawyer Sam Friedman is picked over his objections to do introductions in court. However, Friedman's commitment changes drastically when the racist judge forbids Marshall to speak in court, forcing Friedman to act as lead counsel. Now in an intolerable situation for the pair, Marshall must guide his new compatriot through this criminal trial even as Friedman endures not only this unfamiliar area of law, but also the bigoted pressure he now must share. However, the case proves more complex than either anticipates with unexpected twists and turns even as it becomes a vital one that would define two careers as well as the fight for justice in America.

As know as:

マーシャル 法廷を変えた男, Tuổi Trẻ Của Marshall, Marcia per la libertà, Marshall: Igualdade e Justiça, 黑白正義

Release Date:

Oct 13, 2017

Release Date (Streaming):

Jan 09, 2018


United States, China, Hong Kong



Stream Service:

Open Road

Production Companies:

Chestnut Ridge Productions, China Wit Media, Starlight Culture Entertainment

Official Site:

Official Facebook

Gross worldwide:



His Name Means Justice, Live Hard. Fight Harder., Witness the rise of the man who changed America., Before he became the first African-American Supreme Court justice, before he won Brown v. Board Of Education, before he won the case that desegregated schools, Thurgood Marshall was just a man with a mission., Based on true events.


J. R. Jones
Chicago Reader
This real-life case makes for an entertaining courtroom drama that nonetheless reduces Marshall to the level of Perry Mason and consigns to the end credits his greater triumphs arguing Brown vs. Board of Education and other landmark civil rights cases.
by rottentomatoes, Mar 25, 2020
Jesse Hassenger
AV Club
Marshall isn't so different from a well-made TV movie. But it plays well on the big screen anyway...
by rottentomatoes, Sep 14, 2018
Donald Clarke
Irish Times
The film does have the desired effects on the less demanding parts of the brain. And Marshall's story is one worth hearing.
by rottentomatoes, Oct 23, 2017

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