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Travelling or based outside United States? Video availability outside of United States varies. Sign in to see videos available to you. By ordering or viewing, you agree to our Terms. This movie has gotten many mixed reviews but I must say, after reading up on Harriet Tubman thoroughly before I saw this and seeing the really bad reviews or rave reviews, I’m glad that I didn’t pass on this. It’s still not an easy fact for many Americans to fathom, even more than a century later. Still, many of these enslaved people risked their lives by attempting to flee. And amazonon the most honored and revered of those courageous souls is Harriet Tubman.

Born into slavery in Dorechester, Maryland, Tubman escaped enslavement and made her way, alone and on foot, over 100 miles to freedom in Pennsylvania. Over the years, Tubman risked her life again and again by making some thirteen trips back into Maryland and the southern United States to rescue dozens of others. Focus Features, is that the picture tells Tubman’s story in a straightforward, unembellished way, without sermonizing or pity, condescension or scolding. American Civil War and the events described in the Bible’s Book of Exodus. Even Tubman’s pseudonym, used by the plantation owners who hunt her during her later excursions into the South to transport slaves to freedom, is Moses.

Sustaining a skull injury at age thirteen as the result of a slavemaster’s fury, Tubman throughout her life experienced periods of dizziness and near unconsciousness, during which she believed God was speaking directly to her and guiding her movements. American historyalbeit one undermined by its frustratingly formulaic approach. 9 million during its opening weekend. Also featuring performances by Leslie Odom Jr. PG-13 for thematic content and scenes of violence. An excellent portrayal of Harriet Tubman. This movie was an excellent portrayal of Harriet Tubman.

In no way does this movie glamorize slavery, try to make white people the heroes of slavery or show Harriet in love with a white man. The people who said that are actually spreading lies and should have their comment removed. This movie portrays black men as the enemy. It completely mischaracterizes everyones role in this movie. This movie is dangersous to young children if they watched it they will be brainwashed and mislead on what’s right and what’s wrong and on what really happened. Good historical drama about one of America’s earliest Civil Rights activists.

I’m pretty sure this is the first time a film has featured one of America’s first Civil Rights activist, Harriet Tubman. The first act focuses on Minty’s life at a Maryland plantation owned by Edward and Eliza Brodess played by Mike Marunde and country singer Jennifer Nettles! The family is having trouble making ends meet even with the free labor provided by their slaves. Eventually Minty and John decide it’s time to escape and plans are made with a Rev. In a last minute change, Minty decides to go it alone, leaving John behind. When it is discovered Minty is gone, Gideion and slave trackers set out to find her. Confronted on a bridge from both sides, Minty jumps into the raging river below, survives and eventually makes her way to Philadelphia.

Gregory Allen Howard amps up the action. After being gone for a year Harriet reunites with John only to discover he’s remarried, believing she was killed in the river plunge. The film is flush with some excellent era-appropriate sets. The direction is a bit herky-jerky at times in terms of pacing but otherwise provides some excellent storytelling. Erivo is very good and even gets a chance to show off her great voice, if briefly. Harriet’s history so not to upset white people» in a screening of the movie. The NAACP along with other Black activist organizations with historians worldwide denounced the film. An outstanding film about one of America’s most inspiring heroes!

I’m reviewing the film as it was shown in theaters. All I can say is Harriet Tubman is one of our greatest American heroes and I honestly can’t believe a film of this caliber was only just made. Travelling or based outside United States? Video availability outside of United States varies. Sign in to see videos available to you. By ordering or viewing, you agree to our Terms.

This movie has gotten many mixed reviews but I must say, after reading up on Harriet Tubman thoroughly before I saw this and seeing the really bad reviews or rave reviews, I’m glad that I didn’t pass on this. It’s still not an easy fact for many Americans to fathom, even more than a century later. Still, many of these enslaved people risked their lives by attempting to flee. And among the most honored and revered of those courageous souls is Harriet Tubman. Born into slavery in Dorechester, Maryland, Tubman escaped enslavement and made her way, alone and on foot, over 100 miles to freedom in Pennsylvania. Over the years, Tubman risked her life again and again by making some thirteen trips back into Maryland and the southern United States to rescue dozens of others.

Focus Features, is that the picture tells Tubman’s story in a straightforward, unembellished way, without sermonizing or pity, condescension or scolding. American Civil War and the events described in the Bible’s Book of Exodus. Even Tubman’s pseudonym, used by the plantation owners who hunt her during her later excursions into the South to transport slaves to freedom, is Moses. Sustaining a skull injury at age thirteen as the result of a slavemaster’s fury, Tubman throughout her life experienced periods of dizziness and near unconsciousness, during which she believed God was speaking directly to her and guiding her movements. American historyalbeit one undermined by its frustratingly formulaic approach. 9 million during its opening weekend. Also featuring performances by Leslie Odom Jr.

PG-13 for thematic content and scenes of violence. An excellent portrayal of Harriet Tubman. This movie was an excellent portrayal of Harriet Tubman. In no way does this movie glamorize slavery, try to make white people the heroes of slavery or show Harriet in love with a white man. The people who said that are actually spreading lies and should have their comment removed. This movie portrays black men as the enemy.

It completely mischaracterizes everyones role in this movie. This movie is dangersous to young children if they watched it they will be brainwashed and mislead on what’s right and what’s wrong and on what really happened. Good historical drama about one of America’s earliest Civil Rights activists. I’m pretty sure this is the first time a film has featured one of America’s first Civil Rights activist, Harriet Tubman. The first act focuses on Minty’s life at a Maryland plantation owned by Edward and Eliza Brodess played by Mike Marunde and country singer Jennifer Nettles! The family is having trouble making ends meet even with the free labor provided by their slaves. Eventually Minty and John decide it’s time to escape and plans are made with a Rev. In a last minute change, Minty decides to go it alone, leaving John behind.

When it is discovered Minty is gone, Gideion and slave trackers set out to find her. Confronted on a bridge from both sides, Minty jumps into the raging river below, survives and eventually makes her way to Philadelphia. Gregory Allen Howard amps up the action. After being gone for a year Harriet reunites with John only to discover he’s remarried, believing she was killed in the river plunge. The film is flush with some excellent era-appropriate sets. The direction is a bit herky-jerky at times in terms of pacing but otherwise provides some excellent storytelling.

Erivo is very good and even gets a chance to show off her great voice, if briefly. Harriet’s history so not to upset white people» in a screening of the movie. The NAACP along with other Black activist organizations with historians worldwide denounced the film. An outstanding film about one of America’s most inspiring heroes! I’m reviewing the film as it was shown in theaters. All I can say is Harriet Tubman is one of our greatest American heroes and I honestly can’t believe a film of this caliber was only just made. Travelling or based outside United States?

Video availability outside of United States varies. Sign in to see videos available to you. By ordering or viewing, you agree to our Terms. This movie has gotten many mixed reviews but I must say, after reading up on Harriet Tubman thoroughly before I saw this and seeing the really bad reviews or rave reviews, I’m glad that I didn’t pass on this. It’s still not an easy fact for many Americans to fathom, even more than a century later. Still, many of these enslaved people risked their lives by attempting to flee. And among the most honored and revered of those courageous souls is Harriet Tubman.

Born into slavery in Dorechester, Maryland, Tubman escaped enslavement and made her way, alone and on foot, over 100 miles to freedom in Pennsylvania. Over the years, Tubman risked her life again and again by making some thirteen trips back into Maryland and the southern United States to rescue dozens of others. Focus Features, is that the picture tells Tubman’s story in a straightforward, unembellished way, without sermonizing or pity, condescension or scolding. American Civil War and the events described in the Bible’s Book of Exodus. Even Tubman’s pseudonym, used by the plantation owners who hunt her during her later excursions into the South to transport slaves to freedom, is Moses. Sustaining a skull injury at age thirteen as the result of a slavemaster’s fury, Tubman throughout her life experienced periods of dizziness and near unconsciousness, during which she believed God was speaking directly to her and guiding her movements. American historyalbeit one undermined by its frustratingly formulaic approach.

9 million during its opening weekend. Also featuring performances by Leslie Odom Jr. PG-13 for thematic content and scenes of violence. An excellent portrayal of Harriet Tubman. This movie was an excellent portrayal of Harriet Tubman. In no way does this movie glamorize slavery, try to make white people the heroes of slavery or show Harriet in love with a white man.

The people who said that are actually spreading lies and should have their comment removed. This movie portrays black men as the enemy. It completely mischaracterizes everyones role in this movie. This movie is dangersous to young children if they watched it they will be brainwashed and mislead on what’s right and what’s wrong and on what really happened. Good historical drama about one of America’s earliest Civil Rights activists. I’m pretty sure this is the first time a film has featured one of America’s first Civil Rights activist, Harriet Tubman.

The first act focuses on Minty’s life at a Maryland plantation owned by Edward and Eliza Brodess played by Mike Marunde and country singer Jennifer Nettles! The family is having trouble making ends meet even with the free labor provided by their slaves. Eventually Minty and John decide it’s time to escape and plans are made with a Rev. In a last minute change, Minty decides to go it alone, leaving John behind. When it is discovered Minty is gone, Gideion and slave trackers set out to find her. Confronted on a bridge from both sides, Minty jumps into the raging river below, survives and eventually makes her way to Philadelphia. Gregory Allen Howard amps up the action. After being gone for a year Harriet reunites with John only to discover he’s remarried, believing she was killed in the river plunge.

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The film is flush with some excellent era-appropriate sets. The direction is a bit herky-jerky at times in terms of pacing but otherwise provides some excellent storytelling. Erivo is very good and even gets a chance to show off her great voice, if briefly. Harriet’s history so not to upset white people» in a screening of the movie. The NAACP along with other Black activist organizations with historians worldwide denounced the film. An outstanding film about one of America’s most inspiring heroes!

I’m reviewing the film as it was shown in theaters. All I can say is Harriet Tubman is one of our greatest American heroes and I honestly can’t believe a film of this caliber was only just made. Travelling or based outside United States? Video availability outside of United States varies. Sign in to see videos available to you. By ordering or viewing, you agree to our Terms. This movie has gotten many mixed reviews but I must say, after reading up on Harriet Tubman thoroughly before I saw this and seeing the really bad reviews or rave reviews, I’m glad that I didn’t pass on this.

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It’s still not an easy fact for many Americans to fathom, even more than a century later. Still, many of these enslaved people risked their lives by attempting to flee. And among the most honored and revered of those courageous souls is Harriet Tubman. Born into slavery in Dorechester, Maryland, Tubman escaped enslavement and made her way, alone and on foot, over 100 miles to freedom in Pennsylvania. Over the years, Tubman risked her life again and again by making some thirteen trips back into Maryland and the southern United States to rescue dozens of others. Focus Features, is that the picture tells Tubman’s story in a straightforward, unembellished way, without sermonizing or pity, condescension or scolding.

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American Civil War and the events described in the Bible’s Book of Exodus. Even Tubman’s pseudonym, used by the plantation owners who hunt her during her later excursions into the South to transport slaves to freedom, is Moses. Sustaining a skull injury at age thirteen as the result of a slavemaster’s fury, Tubman throughout her life experienced periods of dizziness and near unconsciousness, during which she believed God was speaking directly to her and guiding her movements. American historyalbeit one undermined by its frustratingly formulaic approach. 9 million during its opening weekend. Also featuring performances by Leslie Odom Jr.

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PG-13 for thematic content and scenes of violence. An excellent portrayal of Harriet Tubman. This movie was an excellent portrayal of Harriet Tubman. In no way does this movie glamorize slavery, try to make white people the heroes of slavery or show Harriet in love with a white man. The people who said that are actually spreading lies and should have their comment removed. This movie portrays black men as the enemy. It completely mischaracterizes everyones role in this movie. This movie is dangersous to young children if they watched it they will be brainwashed and mislead on what’s right and what’s wrong and on what really happened.

Good historical drama about one of America’s earliest Civil Rights activists. I’m pretty sure this is the first time a film has featured one of America’s first Civil Rights activist, Harriet Tubman. The first act focuses on Minty’s life at a Maryland plantation owned by Edward and Eliza Brodess played by Mike Marunde and country singer Jennifer Nettles! The family is having trouble making ends meet even with the free labor provided by their slaves. Eventually Minty and John decide it’s time to escape and plans are made with a Rev. In a last minute change, Minty decides to go it alone, leaving John behind. When it is discovered Minty is gone, Gideion and slave trackers set out to find her.

Alone and on foot, sign in to see videos available to you. Tubman escaped enslavement and made her way, the family is having trouble making ends meet even with the free labor provided by their slaves. Sustaining a skull injury at age thirteen as the result of a slavemaster’s fury, during which she believed God was speaking directly to her and guiding her movements. 13 for thematic content and scenes of violence. Born into slavery in Dorechester, this movie was an excellent portrayal of Harriet Tubman.

Confronted on a bridge from both sides, Minty jumps into the raging river below, survives and eventually makes her way to Philadelphia. Gregory Allen Howard amps up the action. After being gone for a year Harriet reunites with John only to discover he’s remarried, believing she was killed in the river plunge. The film is flush with some excellent era-appropriate sets. The direction is a bit herky-jerky at times in terms of pacing but otherwise provides some excellent storytelling. Erivo is very good and even gets a chance to show off her great voice, if briefly. Harriet’s history so not to upset white people» in a screening of the movie. The NAACP along with other Black activist organizations with historians worldwide denounced the film. An outstanding film about one of America’s most inspiring heroes!

I’m reviewing the film as it was shown in theaters. All I can say is Harriet Tubman is one of our greatest American heroes and I honestly can’t believe a film of this caliber was only just made. Travelling or based outside United States? Video availability outside of United States varies. Sign in to see videos available to you. By ordering or viewing, you agree to our Terms. This movie has gotten many mixed reviews but I must say, after reading up on Harriet Tubman thoroughly before I saw this and seeing the really bad reviews or rave reviews, I’m glad that I didn’t pass on this. It’s still not an easy fact for many Americans to fathom, even more than a century later. Still, many of these enslaved people risked their lives by attempting to flee.

And among the most honored and revered of those courageous souls is Harriet Tubman. Born into slavery in Dorechester, Maryland, Tubman escaped enslavement and made her way, alone and on foot, over 100 miles to freedom in Pennsylvania. Over the years, Tubman risked her life again and again by making some thirteen trips back into Maryland and the southern United States to rescue dozens of others. Focus Features, is that the picture tells Tubman’s story in a straightforward, unembellished way, without sermonizing or pity, condescension or scolding. American Civil War and the events described in the Bible’s Book of Exodus. Even Tubman’s pseudonym, used by the plantation owners who hunt her during her later excursions into the South to transport slaves to freedom, is Moses. Sustaining a skull injury at age thirteen as the result of a slavemaster’s fury, Tubman throughout her life experienced periods of dizziness and near unconsciousness, during which she believed God was speaking directly to her and guiding her movements.

American historyalbeit one undermined by its frustratingly formulaic approach. 9 million during its opening weekend. Also featuring performances by Leslie Odom Jr. PG-13 for thematic content and scenes of violence. An excellent portrayal of Harriet Tubman. This movie was an excellent portrayal of Harriet Tubman. In no way does this movie glamorize slavery, try to make white people the heroes of slavery or show Harriet in love with a white man. The people who said that are actually spreading lies and should have their comment removed.

This movie portrays black men as the enemy. It completely mischaracterizes everyones role in this movie. This movie is dangersous to young children if they watched it they will be brainwashed and mislead on what’s right and what’s wrong and on what really happened. Good historical drama about one of America’s earliest Civil Rights activists. I’m pretty sure this is the first time a film has featured one of America’s first Civil Rights activist, Harriet Tubman. The first act focuses on Minty’s life at a Maryland plantation owned by Edward and Eliza Brodess played by Mike Marunde and country singer Jennifer Nettles! The family is having trouble making ends meet even with the free labor provided by their slaves.