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I'm surprised that we haven't had a Jackie Robinson film before this iteration given his importance to American culture and race relations. So, there's a lot of potential there. That said, this was largely Oscar bait in its design, a lot of "you better treat him like everyone else" and the like. Chadwick Boseman was clearly the shining light of the movie, delivering a performance with heart and emotion when it was necessary, though the script was not terribly helpful. All in all, kind of hokey in its ultimate delivery, but not a bad film. (2.5/5)
I really love this movie. It was a true story about Jackie Robinson became the first black player to play for Major League Baseball. This movie affects me a lot that I get to know Jackie Robinson better. #legend
What a great story but what a hard life. I admire his resilience.
one of the best performance by lead actor in a great way to tell the story of a great ball player!
excellent, kept you on your edge of your seat the whole time.
One of the better baseball movies I've ever seen, Ford's portrayal of Branch Rickey is phenomenal, and Boseman's (RIP) portrayal of Robinson is uncanny. Overall just a great movie.
Personal, poignant and with a stellar cast; this gem of cinema captures the mood of the times when Afro-American vets came back to a society that did not treat them with the respect they deserved. The dialogue is not muzzled: it is brutally true to the language used in the US during the middle of the 20th century. It makes clear, again, painfully; that the military and sports have been the wedges of change in our historically polarized society.
Incredible movie, acting Excellent and a story we should never forget . highly recommend it.
Quite simply an inspiring piece...The acting exceptional🎉
Great cast and acting!