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Collider | ‘Hidden Figures’ Review

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If Hidden Figures had been released a decade ago, it would probably be labeled a “nice movie” and we would all move on. But when we live in the time where we’re forced to recognize the necessity and urgency of the Black Lives Matter movement and Nazis have the ear of the future President, Hidden Figures’ talent for informing and uplifting its audience feels essential. While it may lack the aggressive artistry of this year’s Oscar fare, few movies have felt as rewarding as Theodore Melfi’s drama about three African-American women who made essential contributions to the U.S. space race. Anchored by three tremendous performances from its leading actresses, Hidden Figures is a movie that isn’t just worth seeing; it demands to be seen.

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