Robin Roberts Presents: Mahalia (2021) 1080p

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Biography | Drama
Frame Rate:
25 fps
English 5.1  
Run Time:
0 min
IMDB Rating:
7.6 / 10 
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Directors: Kenny Leon [Director] ,

Movie Description:
The story of the New Orleans-born crooner who began singing at an early age and went on to become one of the most revered gospel figures in U.S. history, melding her music with the civil rights movement.


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Wonderful Uplifting Music

A film critic could perhaps pick holes in this as a movie.. but as a musical it was sublime. It brought tears to my eyes.

I have not heard much of Mahalia Jackson's music but the singing in this film would make your hair stand on endAlright, I am a sucker for stomping blues/gospel music and this delivers it in abundanceI am still winding down..Someone above said it was not gritty... well from what I have read her life was not gritty, although she suffered a deal of sorrow her faith kept strong.

Good but

Loved the actors but the film didn't seem to have any real depth to it. The music is brilliant as are the actors that play both Mahalia and also Mildred. It wasn't gritty enough though somehow. All a bit sanitised I felt. Look.

So wonderful!! Brought the spirit of Mahalia Jackson

I bought this and it took me a few days before I watched it. I cried, I laughed and loved the performance of a beautiful voice I remember from the past and one for 2021 in Danielle. I will watch it again and again.
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