Viewer reviewsHidin' Figures
I have now seen this movie this morning. I really enjoyed how they did. I have not read the book yet but I own the book. Anyway, Really good movie. — Jolovesgum
information without heart
It's important that this movie was made, appalling that none of these women were famous before the movie came out. However, it was amazingly uninspiring as a movie, considering the subject matter. I felt it lacked depth, was just a bit too restrained, and a bit too stereotypical in the way it presented pretty much all of the characters. That being said, I'm glad I saw it and gained some understanding of just how brilliant these women were, and how groundbreaking their roles were. It should have been such a thrilling movie, but somehow, IMHO, it was not. — littleRedFiat
In one word.....
Excellent!! — Dblozebn
Movie showed real struggles these women had to face back in the days (even had to walk/run 0.5 mile to go to a colored bathroom?!?, what in the world!!!). Glad these women fought for themselves, other intimated by them due to their intelligence. and also glad the NASA director stood up for those who deserved it. Well done movie!! — atlert
Ehhhh steer clear
History rewritten — TROPICALWIFI
Hidden Figures is a Must See film!
If you were alive in the 60s, and want a snapshot of racism in the south (and inside early NASA and the government), see this movie! The real story behind John Glenn, and the Mercury Program! An engrossing, must see film! — Jay Schufman
It's worth every penny to see this movie.
I grew up during this time. Makes me feel bad that we lived in that time of year with all the blacks in the whites so many people racist. But that was then ! I love the MOVIE ! 👍🏼 — Simdps
I don't know how much of it is true and how much is fiction but even if half is fiction, it is an incredil;e story! — dotsordashes
I watched this movie in theaters about a month ago; and it was the BEST movie I have watched in a while. Especially Bc I love things about space craft. — Crylaah
can't bday tomorrow v — uhavbcyf
Making black people seem even more attention seeking than EVER before — Rottentomatoes is a joke
Powerful and inspirational
This movie is great — bruce n h
I consider myself a tough dude
....But I cried like a b*tch during the briefing. This movie has inspired me and will be my go to whenever I feel like I need a bit of motivation. Great film ALL AROUND! — AboyNeverDie
Another bs story about black women not getting the fair shake. We have to understand we can't forget the past. But why do we have to dwell on it. When can it be a day it's a clean slate. We are all Americans now. Get over it if your seeing this. Slavery is over, hello!!! — Sugar doggie
and well performed. I've enjoyed every second. Thanks. — r!çk
The movie would have stood on its own merits without stretching the truth or creating "facts" about the space program or Project Mercury: no space flight would have ever been launched without knowing precisely its orbital path being precisely known in all aspects. The contact with the astronauts is highly unlikely. — 747whaledriver
Hidden Figures: beautiful!
This movie is in one word: beautiful! Outstanding performance by 3 leading black female actors, who kept me engaged from beginning to end of the movie. And that's a feat, because I don't watch movies on racism, because I find it a waste of time. But this movie, I watched because it has contents, it stands for something: the brilliance and genius of 3, and more, black women. Thank you for bringing this information out. — Futurist Babe
This story is 99% fiction. I guess who these women actually were and their actual role was not exciting enough for the filmmakers. — Meetingmygoals
This is a VERY good story !!!
I'm not sure why some people gave it a bad rating. The movie was very good and showed that the women (even under horrible working conditions) stood-up and showed people how incredible they were. Seriously, you won't be disappointed with this movie — Fly Fishing for Bonefish !
A Complete Fabrication
There is nothing in this movie that is even remotely related to reality. If you want to understand the reality, just look up the 200 people who showed up with donkey carts, to Cape Canaveral, in 1971 to protest *against* the Apollo moon missions. That's the real story. Let us not be so easily fooled by this fictional nonsense somehow pawning itself off as "untold history". — Mohammed Al-Tari
Loved it! — Sun39999
I enjoyed the watch, and I think Americans should never tire of reminding ourselves who we are by retelling such stories (as our capacity to do wrong home and abroad is seemingly bottomless and boundless), but I’d have appreciated a more technically accurate, faithfully dramatic, historical retelling. For example, Katherine Johnson is on record having stated that she was never aware of any racism at NASA, that ‘we were all researchers’ working on tough problems. I’m not sure the possible license taken with the subject matter serves anyone as well as a more faithful retelling would. Yet, such concerns probably pale relative to the overall context, that, yes, black women achieving scientific and leadership positions at NASA circa 1961 and on had to have been a very big deal and this movie was the first I’d heard of this landmark history. — D'chill
Instant modern classic! — bartok618
Intelligence is Colorblind
Proof that Intelect is race free and sex free, and a white dominant world could and STILL is wrong. I am also white but colorblind to race. — Yeti8me69
Truly Inspirational. We loved it!
Made me proud to be an American. — :-) .
Bad — Mlg swag gamer
Why isn’t Johnson mentioned in John Glenn’s John Glenn: A Memoir or Alan Shepard’s Moon Shot: The Inside Story of America’s Race to the Moon? Why does Charles Murray not mention her in his seminal book on the Apollo program (co-authored with Katherine Murray), Apollo: Race to the Moon? Why is Johnson not mentioned in Tom Wolfe’s epic The Right Stuff,documenting the sensational story of NASA’s first astronaut group, the all-white Mercury 7? Why, especially oddly, is Johnson not mentioned in We Could Not Fail: The First African Americans in the Space Program? Why was Johnson not mentioned in either Jet or Ebony magazine, two black magazines that spent the 1960s and 1970s simultaneously lamenting the lack of blacks at NASA and celebrating any minor achievements of blacks in the space program? — sowhatyouwilllive
Everyone should see this movie.
This movie is touching, eye-opening, encouraging, empowering... it's incredible. All kids and adults should see it. — SoFun!
😀😀😀 — Bobshibbob
Inspiring! One of the best movies I've seen all year!
Based on a true story of three of NASA's female scientists during segregation, it is a story woven around the lives of three brilliant women who were part of the foundation of the United State's space program. The film depicts many of the challenges that were faced not only by women, but by women of color as they tried to break into scientific careers. It is not history rewritten, it is history that has been undercovered and undervalued. It is time these women received the credit they deserve, they had equal or higher qualifications than some of their peers and often not recognized for their valuable contributions to the space race. It exposes the hard work by all those who supported the calculations and engineering troubleshooting for the nation's first manned orbit of the earth. It is not only well acted but its a fun, visually appealing and compelling story. All can find inspiration in this film, for the youth of America this movie can serve as a springboard for what kind of hard work and dedication it takes to explore new frontiers and advance human achievement. Finally, the release of this movie is timely given John Glenn's recent passing, and speaks to the character of this man who was not only one of America's great heroes but also always a first class gentleman, humble and kind. — Connierae71
Review from a white chic💃
Went with friends on a rainy day to see this flick. It's awesome! It's more than about color. It's about overcoming obstacles and sheer determination and theses ladies did more than a great job portraying these wonderful women. I gave only 4 stars due to some historical inaccuracies. Well worth watching and sharing as it inspires. 👍👍👍👍✈️ — Gamer holdem
Well done for the most part.
Overall pretty good history except I doubt if only Glenn was the only astronaut who came down the line to shake hands, after all the military had been integrated since 1947. And my guess is that the IBM crew knew how to get their system set up and running without outside help. — North Fork Viewer
Very good movie about the silent heroes! — Charlot Fan
Talk about African-American HEROES
What an amazing movie - a GREAT true story; a GREAT cast; and a GREAT production. A definite purchase you'll want to (re)watch. — JCarver.Auburn
Trite, patronizing and light-hearted.
The musical numbers, levity and sappy feel-good style overwhelmed the true subject matter and trivialized the actual climate of the time, the protagonists' struggles as well as the performances of the main characters. — michgro
This is a must watch movie! Sometimes we forget how different the world was not so long ago. This video was a beautiful and thoughtful reminder. Very powerful and absolutely amazing what these women went through, and how much they contributed. Loved it. — PogiLuna
We loved how true to the actual events this was. We liked the humor and the connection to the book. — Petunia421
The science is right but is the history?
Every white person except three, is made to look racist, or more accurately "suspicious" of any black person entering a room within NASA's walls as if they were a criminal. This permeates every scene and overshadows the historic achievements made by great minds. I wasn't there, but I find it extremely hard to believe that such an advanced scientific community would be entirely populated by bigots. Too bad, would have been just as effective if more subtle. — Frenchy in LA
Such an empowering movie
This is an amazing movie with a great plot and characters. The soundtrack is great, too. Hidden Figures is very worth watching — 😺😸😻😽😾😹😹🙀🙀😼M
História incrível e desconhecida. Difícil de imaginar, ainda mais dentro do momento de separatismo racial nos USA. — mmustran
Epic storyline, marvelous direction, amazing acting by each and every character... absolutely gripping movie. Really beautiful treatment of such incredibly inspirating women!! — pun_eat
Wonderful movie. Highly recommend. — Ummmhhhuuuu
Amazing movie to watch with family or friends. It was a disgrace how blacks were treated in the past! but this is an inspirational movie. — KIXS
I have been such a fan of Octavia Spencer's work since The Help. Hidden Figures is a beautiful real life story portrayed by an excellent cast. — 16MK
Great movie 🎥👍👍👍 — Robinandre12
I LOVE THIS MOVIE. ITS SO GOOD. This movie makes you cry and then die laughing. It's an amazing movie — Kaiserdog1
C: — TheBestNicknameEverCreated
While these women existed, they played a very minor part in the development of the space program in real life. This movie is highly exaggerated, and highly fictional — King Luke 1st
LOVE THIS MOVIE!!!!!
What a beautiful, powerful, well-written/directed/acted story!!! Bravo!!! I bought it because it’s a film our family will enjoy seeing again and again!!! And now I’m going to seek out the soundtrack too!!! — Aww-D-oh-Mama
Lots of changes
I'm not sure why they found it necessary to change the stories of these people so much (compared to the Book). The original story was even more compelling. — dogdd