Movie Review – 42

42 42 is a two hour history lesson that should be watched by every American, especially children. In my humble opinion, Jackie Robinson did more to break the racial barrier than any civil rights leader, and he did it without bloodshed.

Chadwick Boseman does an excellent job of capturing Robinson’s style both on and off the baseball field. Harrison Ford as Branch Rickey — the general manager of the Dodgers — gives one of the best performances of his career.

Grade: A-


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Tags: movie review,Biography, Drama, Sport, True life story

Movie release date: 2013-04-12

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