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On 12/20/2020 at 9:23 PM, Palatkik said:
Ma Rainey's Black Bottom [2020]
Tensions rise when the Mother Of The Blues arrives at a Chicago studio in 1927. Comes across overly dramatic, since it is based on a Pulitzer prize winning play, some might prefer a lot more music and less talk, but overall worth seeing.

Dreadful, you can tell it's a play and should have remained one

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On 12/20/2020 at 9:23 AM, Palatkik said:
Ma Rainey's Black Bottom [2020]
Tensions rise when the Mother Of The Blues arrives at a Chicago studio in 1927. Comes across overly dramatic, since it is based on a Pulitzer prize winning play, some might prefer a lot more music and less talk, but overall worth seeing.

I couldn't get though the first 30 minutes.  To me, the leading lady (Voila Davis) was not watchable.

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18 minutes ago, zzzz said:

I couldn't get though the first 30 minutes.  To me, the leading lady (Voila Davis) was not watchable.

I fast forwarded it a few times thinking it might get better, it did not. However, 'the assistant' film was even worse, that never even starts!

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