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42: The Jackie Robinson Story
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42: The Jackie Robinson Story

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In 1947, the fabulous Jackie Robinson became the first African-American player signing to team in the major league. This process was attacked savagely by the press , public and even the players of Brooklyn Dodgers. Robinson's talent proved his efficiency and changes their opinions in him.This process ended an era of racism and prejudice and destroy this shameful color line in the game of baseball.
Actors: Scott Callaway ,
Scott Callaway
Scott Callaway
Darren Radcliff ,
Darren Radcliff
Darren Radcliff
John C. McGinley ,
John C. McGinley
John C. McGinley 3 August 1959, New York City, New York, USA
James Rackley ,
James Rackley
James Rackley
Jesse Luken ,
Jesse Luken
Jesse Luken
Luke Large ,
Luke Large
Luke Large
Harrison Ford ,
Harrison Ford
Harrison Ford 13 July 1942, Chicago, Illinois, USA
Jamie Ruehling ,
Jamie Ruehling
Jamie Ruehling
Brett Denney ,
Brett Denney
Brett Denney
Gino Anthony Pesi ,
Gino Anthony Pesi
Gino Anthony Pesi 3 November 1980, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA
Peter Jurasik ,
Peter Jurasik
Peter Jurasik 25 April 1950, Queens, New York, USA
...»
Genre: Drama Sport Biography
Director: Brian Helgeland
Brian Helgeland
Brian Helgeland 17 January 1961, Providence, Rhode Island, USA
Country: United States
Release: 2013
IMDb: 7.5
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Duration: 128 min
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CRITICS OF "42: The Jackie Robinson Story"
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Film Comment Magazine
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May 07, 2014

As a fond gesture to a country coming out of the dark ages, 42 is a good-hearted attempt at Robinson's story regardless of the historical realities it chose to gloss over.
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TIME Magazine
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May 07, 2014

It's not easy to play a stoic, but Boseman anchors the movie, and when he smiles, 42, already such a warm story of such cold times, gets even brighter.
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National Newspaper Publishers Association
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March 07, 2017

This honorable and enlightening film pays due respect to Jackie Robinson -- a sports legend and courageous American hero.
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Canada.com
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May 07, 2014

It comes with a smooth burnished period look, and it tells a smooth and burnished story. Helgeland has good intentions but not much new to say about a real-life hero who wears his nobility and torment mostly as symbols.
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Cinemixtape
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April 08, 2016

The Jackie Robinson story has always been more than deserving of a gaudy big-screen telling, and Helgeland is happy to oblige.
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San Francisco Chronicle
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May 07, 2014

A dramatization of what Robinson did and what it required, 42 will not disappoint.
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San Diego Reader
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May 07, 2014

The story isn't much more than a hit parade of "Shut up, racist" moments -- Alan Tudyk's opposing manager just oozes with venomous talk -- but its blunt force is enough to get the job done.
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Sacramento News & Review
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May 07, 2014

Boseman gives a potentially star-making performance, while Ford, at 70, segues smoothly from firm-jawed action hero to elder-statesman character actor.
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Time Out
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May 07, 2014

The style of the film, lush and traditional, is nothing special, but the takeaway, a daily struggle for dignity, is impossibly moving.
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Maclean's Magazine
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May 07, 2014

A hero without imperfections can be problematic. But Jackie's nobility is more than well-earned, and tarnishing it for the sake of balance would be churlish. Besides, there's enough evil at loose among the white characters.
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New Yorker

April 22, 2013

A square, uninventive, but detailed and stirring bio-pic devoted to the two years in an athlete's life that changed a nation.
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