Taraji P. Henson, Octavia Spencer, Janelle Monáe, Kevin Costner, Kirsten Dunst, Mahershala Ali & Jim Parsons
Director: Theodore Melfi
Running Time: 127 minutes
Certificate: PG - contains discrimination theme and mild bad language
"Go see Hidden Figures - and take a young person. It will give them a more positive outlook on what is possible if you work hard, do your best and are prepared"
- Katherine G. Johnson (now 98 years old, played in the film by Taraji P. Henson)
NOMINATED FOR THREE OSCARS: BEST PICTURE, BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS (OCTAVIA SPENCER) & BEST ADAPTED SCREENPLAY
"Irresistibly uplifting, Hidden Figures is a bouncy feelgood movie that knows right from wrong and doesn’t see any use in complicating matters. The performances are uniformly winning"
- Catherine Shoard, The Guardian
"Rocket science with plenty of uplift, this splashy, feelgood period piece is every bit as enjoyable as a best picture Oscar-nominated blockbuster could hope to be. The supporting cast are uniformly excellent, in particular Moonlight’s Mahershala Ali as Katherine’s dashing love interest"
- Simran Hans, The Observer
"A warm helping of family-friendly feelgood history, Hidden Figures is well-played, empowering and uplifting without being schmaltzy. Its pacey script is as slickly engineered as a Mercury rocket"
- Kate Stables, Total Film
"Enormously enjoyable, Hidden Figures is a winning drama that reaches for the stars, the extraordinary story shines throughout this serious Oscar contender"
- Tara Brady, Irish Times
"A space-race segregation drama full of star power, Hidden Figures isn’t pushing the cinematic boat out in any new directions, but it steers its prescribed course nimbly and nicely"
- Tim Robey, The Telegraph
"The inspiring, Oscar-nominated Hidden Figures presses all the right buttons for a blast of exciting, upbeat entertainment. Director Melfi has captured all the grit and grace, as well as the brilliance, of his three female protagonists"
- Stella Papamichael, Radio Times
Hidden Figures is the incredible untold story of Katherine G. Johnson (Taraji P. Henson), Dorothy Vaughan (Octavia Spencer) and Mary Jackson (Janelle Monáe). These three brilliant women worked at NASA during the historic launch into orbit of astronaut John Glenn, serving as the brains behind one of the greatest operations in history.
At a time of division and antagonism, their stunning achievement restored the confidence of a nation, turned around the Space Race and galvanized the world. The visionary trio crossed all gender and race lines to inspire generations of children to dream big.
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