SteveSalles's Review of Get On Up

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One could describe Boseman's performance in "Get on Up" as electrifying, and that would not be wrong. But it's more accurate to say that watching Boseman transform into James Brown, who died in 2006 at 73, is like watching a dude invent electricity while the idea for electricity is still occurring to him. Tate Taylor — the director of this film, the follow-up to his 2011 late-summer hit, "The Help" — needed a vibrant, convincing Brown to make this movie work. Lordy, oh lordy, did he get one... See Full Review
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Okfor ages12+