Atom User Reviews for On The Basis Of Sex
Hollywood needs to make more movies like this one.
Mandatory viewing for all! RBG is a true champion
A very important part of history. Thank you Ruth!
This unapologetically cleaver film is educational, inspiring and everything we need right now.
Definitely a must see for everyone who loves history or law. Movie encases women empowerment and loved viewing this film with my younger sister. Very inspiring!
Good movie. Fits in with similar films on historical figures.
What an inspiration!!!
. Powerful and emotional. Well done film. Take your daughters to see it,
Very well done treatment of an extremely compelling true story. RBG is to gender equality as MLK is to racial equality
What a truly inspiring woman who was way ahead of her time and paved thr way for all who followed.
The story of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is inspiring, and a bit surprising. She came along at just the right time in history, when we were in need of big changes. There are no car chases, or explosions, or special effects in this movie, which is the way it should be.
Great performances. The writing could have been better but the casting is wonderful.
Very inspiring. RBG rocks. Take your daughters and sons to see this one.
Welby cast hire for the film all did a stellar job acting I think someone else should have been cast as RBG
Notorious RBG and Sam Waterston
A Must-See to realize the fight to far from being over, and ‘Yes!’, race equality is the same as gender equality if Justice is to be blind!!
Great movie. Very well done. Highly recommend to all age.
Is the film worthy of her? Not really. It’s informative, in a didactic way, but basically an exercise in hagiography, a skin-deep celebration of someone who has never settled for superficiality in her life’s work.
The storytelling in Sex is ho-hum, but the sincerity of the undertaking — and the issues at the film’s centre — make it hard to resist, no matter what objections might be raised.
The dramatic approach here is clear, efficient and entirely on-the-nose, with little time for anything that might distract from the hagiographic effort in play. Its sole purpose is to ennoble and proclaim a hero, which its subject almost certainly is. But it makes for notably simplified drama.