Atom User Reviews for Harriet
The will of a soul lead by the spirit of the Lord
Beautiful! I also loved the artistic musical elements. They added depth without taking away from the story!
wasn't sure what to expect from this. I thoroughly enjoyed it and look forward to when I can see it again.
it was amazing how they were able to display Harriet Tubman's story in the form of a film. It was truly well done and I plan to watch it again in theaters but if not I'm definitely purchasing the DVD or Blue ray
This movie was beautiful! It has women, as well as, African American empowerment. It also had a few hints of comedy in it, I cried and laughed so much while watching it! It had a powerful message, and strong, memorable dialogue! I would definitely see it again!
Loved this movie!!
Can’t wait for the movie to come out on DVD !!!
Cynthia Erivo is one step closer to her #EGOT
a must see movie
I like the fact it wasn't so much of the N word used or beating so that my pre teen could go see it as well.
Wonderful, thought-provoking movie
Harriet was a great movie. It was very powerful!
This is a powerful testimony of the greatness and strength the “will” of a person can produce, and what it means to believe & trust.
absolutely amazing I think everybody in the world needs to watch this movie
This movie was so inspirational, great film to educate your children of what life was like for many of our ancestors!
I love it
I think the story was told by the wrong creator. An African American wouldn't have left out keynotes that highlighted what the "black experience " truly is...
The movie was awesome! I recommend everyone to see this movie!
Despite Erivo's tenacity in the role, the drama feels more stately and impressive than urgent and affecting. It's never uninvolving though, and the script does a solid job of tracing the formation of a courageous freedom fighter out of a scared runaway.
A thoughtful biopic that grows more involving the more it shrugs off its tendency towards the reverential.
A disappointingly standard biopic, one whose technical flaws and paint-by-numbers clichés threaten to overshadow its subject’s compelling story.