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Joseph White Nov 6
So after reading all the bullshit criticisms from the movement, I went and saw myself yesterday and the movie is excellent and deserves our full support: 1. A Black woman directed, produced and stars in the movie.
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#HARRIET Nov 7
Don't miss 's mesmerizing performance in , now playing in theaters.
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#HARRIET Nov 8
How and an all-women filmmaking team brought Harriet Tubman to life in .
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mynameisnotaly 5h
I JUST FOUND OUT WAS DIRECTED BY A WOMAN (Kasi Lemmons) AND HAD A FEMALE TEAM OF FILMMAKERS, IT JUST GOT 100X BETTER
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๐“ข๐”‚๐“ญ ๐““๐“ช๐“ช๐“ท๐“ฒ Nov 10
I remember seeing a tweet a while ago about the movie . A tweet that mentioned how Harriet is a white saviour movie and even suggesting some kind of romance with her and a slave master. Bullshit! Please go watch Harriet. That woman damn sure holds her own throughout!
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The Office Of At Large Committeewoman Crawford Nov 6
Since everyone is upset about whoโ€™s taking the lead on producing, funding, script writing, casting and advertising the next film of other freedom fighters? We have so many untold stories that must come to life. Letโ€™s redirect outrage to solutions. ๐ŸŽฅ๐Ÿ“ธ
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mynameisnotaly 10h
Sorry but I think takes the cake for best film of 2019
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#HARRIET Nov 8
WATCH the official music video for โ€œStand Upโ€ performed by . Get the soundtrack now, and see the film now playing in theaters.
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Aya M. Waller-Bey, MPhil Nov 9
On my way to see . Iโ€™ve ignored most reviews and twitter threads lol to make my own judgments about the film. Let's see how it goes!
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#HARRIET Nov 6
Standing ovation for . Now playing in theaters:
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olivia Nov 9
Saw . My big takeaway: If youโ€™re going to make a โ€œbiopicโ€ that has little to do with the historical record, then the least you can do is have the courage to turn her into a proper disabled action hero.
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Jay Morrison Nov 6
The director and writers of
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El Viejo Ebro Nov 4
The character in pissed me the fuck off! The worst villian, also ficticious, is a Black man, a slave catcher... It is not a reason to not support this movie & furthermore the character reminds us โ€œself hate is the worst hate.โ€โ€
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Brunell Donald-Kyei Nov 7
I saw the movie Harriet last night with Rashid! Harriet Tubman traveled over 100 miles to freedom! Knowing the brutality of slavery she then went back South & freed over 800 slaves. It took black & white Americans to fight against slavery and ultimately end it!
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Cynthia Faythe Nov 5
Just saw ! She's a remarkably courageous person and this movie was really well done.
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Lynette Farmer Nov 6
is like a superhero, only sheโ€™s real ๐Ÿ’ฏ๐Ÿ˜
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Hollywood Reporter Nov 8
The themes of hope, overcoming obstacles and kindness for others are present in 's track, "Stand Up," performed and co-written by the film's star . Watch:
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Gavin 5h
Harriet Tubman was a hero and inspiration. I'm looking forward to learning more about her life.
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Santuzza Nov 7
Replying to @MrJayMorrison
The villain in the movie is a black man. The whitewashing by Black American writers is beyond shameful. Their own children will believe this nonsense.
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Kino Cox 11m
All the actors are spot on with the exception of Fredick Douglas who should have a bigger role. Instead of going more in depth the ๐ŸŽž stays formulamatic like a made for ๐Ÿ“บ ๐ŸŽฅ. There has to be more details and danger on those journeys
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