Hidden Figures intelligently uses racial and gender segregation to convey equality in an intellectual environment. I'm sure many of you didn't know who Katherine Johnson, Dorothy Vaughan or Mary Jackson were before watching this. And now that you... Read the full review »
There are only two small flaws in the film. The first is somewhat unavoidable with biopics. The drama at the focus for each of these women emanates from their careers, but in order for the audience to connect to them, the career friction has to be... Read the full review »
I may have clicked on 8, but I give this movie a very high 8. It's getting closer to a 9, actually.
HIDDEN FIGURES is the movie America needs at the moment. It is also the movie not only every young American girl should see, but every American..... Read the full review »