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A remarkable account of a remarkable historic event.
This movie is perfect. What these real men accomplished in their lives makes for a very inspirational film.
Fantastic film, truly inspiring and uplifting
Very touching movie portraying the journey of odds, success and color.
A reasonably good biopic. The chief difficulty here is that, like a lot of genius biopics, it's very hard to express exactly what's being done without either sounding patronizing or incomprehensible. Fortunately, the main conflict in the film is the racial one between Mos Def and Alan Rickman. It's a complicated one since Rickman is both champion and oppressor, sticking up for Mos Def whenever anyone questions his right to be there yet also willing to take sole credit for his achievements. Mos Def handles it far better than I could imagine doing, with a dignity and restraint that's hard to credit. But he sells it well. I wouldn't call this a revolutionary film, but it's well made and gets the point across.
Wonderful movie about tbe first heart transplant.
Mos Def is Phenomenal!!!!!! Great movie a must see!
What a fantastic movie!
Awesome film based on real medical history of how open heart surgery started at Johns Hopkins with surgically solving 'Blue Baby Syndrome'. Alan Rickman (RIP), and Mos Def are great.
Great movie! Mos Def was phenomenal! :-D