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Current Rating: 3.86

Current Rating: 3.86

based on 76 votes and 14 reviews

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  • 4 stars I loved this movie very much- I have always loved Whitney as a singer and I saw another one of her movies - Body Guard and really liked her in there too, so I wanted to see this one too.
  • 4 stars nice portral of whitney.
  • 4 stars i wasn't expecting much except to enjoy a bit of music... a bit of story of struggle of fulfilling elusive dreams. to that, it succeeded and i enjoyed the story and the music; and didn't care whether it was a remake or variational fiction based on the real supremes several decades back. worth the see. i know people generally don't like anything related to christians (no matter how they are like), so if you don't, you won't like this movie, period. for sure, i feel we lost whitney houston much much too young, and miss her; too bad she didn't get to enjoy the success of this movie, as limited the audience might be.
  • 5 stars i thought it was a great movie. very entertaining! great acting, especially whitney & carmen ejogo.
  • 2 stars felt it was more suited for video vs. theatre release. 2-1/2 stars.
  • 3 stars was not old school enough for me. you cannot just dress up a cast in old clothes and expect that to do the job. how ever, the voices and songs were amazing. modern, but amazing.
  • 5 stars loved the singing. great voices!
  • 1 stars garbage
  • 5 stars great acting by every one
  • 4 stars a return to the great music of motown and a last chance to see whitney houston. not on a par with the bodyguard, but still an immensely enjoyable movie.

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Genre:  Drama , Musical | Running Time:  117 min.
Release date:  August 17, 2012 | On DVD/VOD:  November 30, 2012

Current rating: Rating: 3.86
based on 76 votes and 14 reviews
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Cast: Jordin Sparks, Whitney Houston, Derek Luke, Mike Epps, Carmen Ejogo, Tika Sumpter, Omari Hardwick, CeeLo Green