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[New] | Rick Aragon @ Rick’s Texan Reviews
Excerpt: Harriet may not be the biopic worthy of her status, but it does serve as a strong primer to this most fascinating of American icons.
Frederic and Mary Ann Brussat @ Spirituality & Practice
Excerpt: A moving biopicture of Harriet Tubman as a courageous and charismatic freedom fighter.
Andrea Chase @ KillerMovieReviews.com
Excerpt: The brutality is ritualized, the ending no surprise, with only an inspired and counterintuitively quiet performance by Cynthia Erivo in the title role to elevate the proceedings.
Laura Clifford @ Reeling Reviews
Excerpt: …completing a kind of African American magical realism trilogy…[Lemmons’] latest film is more successful as history lesson than cinematic artistry.
Roxana Hadadi @ The A.V. Club
Excerpt: Cynthia Erivo makes a compelling Harriet Tubman in a slightly shallow biopic of the American hero
MaryAnn Johanson @ FlickFilosopher.com
Excerpt: Tubman’s heroics are excellent movie-movie fodder. This “origin story” embraces her towering legend and her profound symbolic power, finally sliding her into the epic American pop-culture narrative.
[New] | Jared Mobarak @ JaredMobarak.com
Excerpt: We’re very much watching the origin story of a superhero guided by God’s hand. When Tubman speaks, every man stops to listen. That’s more than power. It’s respect.
Aaron Neuwirth @ We Live Entertainment
Excerpt: As it stands, there’s clearly a lot of sentimentality working as a way to smooth over some of the film’s rougher edges.
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