Hidden Figures (2016) Full Movie

Hidden Figures
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Hidden Figures (2016) : The untold story of Katherine G. Johnson, Dorothy Vaughan and Mary Jackson – brilliant African-American women working at NASA and serving as the brains behind one of the greatest operations in history – the launch of astronaut John Glenn into orbit. The visionary trio crossed all gender and race lines to inspire generations to dream big.

Title Hidden Figures (2016)
Release Date Dec 10, 2016
Genres ,
Production Company Fox 2000 Pictures, Levantine Films, Chernin Entertainment
Production Countries United States of America
Casts Taraji P. Henson, Octavia Spencer, Janelle Monáe, Kevin Costner, Kirsten Dunst, Jim Parsons, Mahershala Ali, Glen Powell, Ariana Neal, Saniyya Sidney, Zani Jones Mbayise
Plot Keywords nasa, sexism, biography, mathematics, racial segregation, racism, scientist, space race, discrimination, 1960s, space program, african american history
Katherine G. Johnson
Katherine G. Johnson
Taraji P. Henson
Dorothy Vaughn
Dorothy Vaughn
Octavia Spencer
Mary Jackson
Mary Jackson
Janelle Monáe
Al Harrison
Al Harrison
Kevin Costner
Vivian Mitchell
Vivian Mitchell
Kirsten Dunst
Paul Stafford
Paul Stafford
Jim Parsons
Colonel Jim Johnson
Colonel Jim Johnson
Mahershala Ali
John Glenn
John Glenn
Glen Powell
Joylette Johnson
Joylette Johnson
Ariana Neal
Constance Johnson
Constance Johnson
Saniyya Sidney
Kathy Johnson
Kathy Johnson
Zani Jones Mbayise
Mrs. Joylette Coleman
Mrs. Joylette Coleman
Donna Biscoe
Karl Zielinski
Karl Zielinski
Olek Krupa
Levi Jackson
Levi Jackson
Aldis Hodge
Ruth
Ruth
Kimberly Quinn
Judge
Judge
Frank Hoyt Taylor
Young Katherine Coleman
Young Katherine Coleman
Lidya Jewett
Younger Joylette Coleman
Younger Joylette Coleman
Karan Kendrick
Joshua Coleman
Joshua Coleman
Jaiden Kaine
Sam Turner
Sam Turner
Kurt Krause
Jim Webb
Jim Webb
Ken Strunk
Carolyn Marie Jackson
Carolyn Marie Jackson
Selah Kimbro Jones
Levi Jackson Jr. (as Tre' Stokes)
Levi Jackson Jr. (as Tre' Stokes)
Tre Stokes
Howard Vaughan (as Corey Parker)
Howard Vaughan (as Corey Parker)
Corey Mendell Parker
Leonard Vaughan
Leonard Vaughan
Ashton Tyler
Kenneth Vaughn
Kenneth Vaughn
Alkoya Brunson
White Cop
White Cop
Ron Clinton Smith
Marion Smithson (as G. Williams)
Marion Smithson (as G. Williams)
Gregory Alan Williams
Ms. Sumner
Ms. Sumner
Maria Howell
Professor Graves
Professor Graves
Arnell Powell
Bernie
Bernie
Crystal Lee Brown
Eleanor
Eleanor
Tequilla Whitfield
Alan Shepard
Alan Shepard
Dane Davenport
Deke Slayton
Deke Slayton
Evan Holtzman
Scott Carpenter
Scott Carpenter
Travis Smith
Bill Calhoun
Bill Calhoun
Scott Michael Morgan
IBM Technician
IBM Technician
Chris Cavalier
Pastor Ayres
Pastor Ayres
Robert G. McKay
White Librarian
White Librarian
Rhoda Griffis
Court Clerk
Court Clerk
Karen Wheeling Reynolds
Court Clerk
Court Clerk
Kate Kneeland
Wind Tunnel PA Announcer
Wind Tunnel PA Announcer
Joe Knezevich
TV Reporter at Cape Canaveral
TV Reporter at Cape Canaveral
Paul Ryden
Newscaster
Newscaster
John Atwood
Newscaster
Newscaster
Jon Edwin Wright
Senator Patrick (as Wilbur T. Fitzgerald)
Senator Patrick (as Wilbur T. Fitzgerald)
Wilbur Fitzgerald
Night School Professor
Night School Professor
Michael Hartson
Navy Officer
Navy Officer
Bob Jennings
Reporter at Press Conference
Reporter at Press Conference
Gary Weeks
Man Outside Store
Man Outside Store
Afemo Omilami
Mission Control Commander
Mission Control Commander
Cullen Moss
Woman Crying
Woman Crying
Amy Tipton
Man Crying (as Eli Everett)
Man Crying (as Eli Everett)
Elijah Everett
Russian Scientist
Russian Scientist
Andre Pushkin
Russian Scientist
Russian Scientist
Randall Newsome
Gordon Cooper
Gordon Cooper
Joe Hardy Jr.
Library Security Guard
Library Security Guard
Howie Johnson
NASA Security Guard
NASA Security Guard
David Kallaway
Addie Marcus
Addie Marcus
Addison Rose Melfi
Eunice (uncredited)
Eunice (uncredited)
Paige Nicollette
NASA Control (uncredited)
NASA Control (uncredited)
William Walker

Reviews

  • Reno

    **The other side story of the historic event!** This film did not just represented the black people, but the women as well. Today we talk about discrimination against women, though this film is an example that it all had started way long ago, yet the struggle has not ended. Anyway, this is a biopic, a biopic of three women and their struggle not just being a black, but being women. When the nation was eager to send its first man to the space, there was some trouble within the team who are behind it to work together as one. Lots of inspiring events reveal how the history was made and the working culture was changed forever inside the NASA. The film was nominated for the Oscars in the three slots, but did not win any. That's fine, because I would prefer those real women to be recognised over what this film had achieved. All the three actresses were good. Their roles were unique from one another. Really a wonder film about three real persons in one film. Something rare in films to highlight their achievements equally. The personal life, as well as their professional was well briefed. The others like Kevin and Dunst in small part were also good. Directed by just a one film old filmmaker. He did good. The screenplay was adapted from the book of the same name. Deserved all the awards and praises it had received. After seeing how it had ended, a sequel could be possible. Mission Moon. I hope they would consider it! Seems a nice idea! _8/10_

  • Gimly

    Do not at all think that by my feelings I attempt to diminish the achievements of those who made _Hidden Figures_ nor the real women around which the story revolves, this simply just wasn't for me. _Final rating:★★½ - Not quite for me, but I definitely get the appeal._