Reviews: One Night in Miami (2020)

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  • Andrea Chase @
    • Excerpt: Enlightening, infuriating, and a small masterpiece of political philosophy and filmmaking.
  • Rob Daniel @ Electric Shadows
    • Excerpt: An intelligent, funny and necessary film for this moment, this is a memorable night out.
  • Derek Deskins @ Edge Media Network
    • Excerpt: One Night in Miami still possesses all of the trappings necessary to reap armloads of awards, but underneath the preconceptions and headlines is an intimate story of four men. King creates a space where the characters are able to strip away their costumes of celebrity and delve into the far more human elements of life.
  • [New] | Mark Hobin @ Fast Film Reviews
    • Excerpt: Leslie Odom, Jr is so captibating. I started to wonder what a biography about Sam Cooke would look like.
  • Allyson Johnson @
  • Charlie Juhl @ Citizen Charlie
    • Excerpt: Four icons, four egos to match, one hotel room, and all night to lay it out there. Over 50 years later, these leaders still have something to say.
  • Jared Mobarak @ The Film Stage
    • Excerpt: They collectively breathe life into a moment that very well could have helped shape where the civil rights movement went next.
  • Josh Taylor @ The Forgetful Film Critic
    • Excerpt: This is a powerful movie filled with extraordinary performances and masterful direction from Regina King. One Night in Miami… is one of the best films of 2020, one that shouldn’t be missed.