Based on 76 votes and 14 reviews
I loved this movie very much- I have always loved Whitney as a singer and I saw another one of her movies - Body Guard and really liked her in there too, so I wanted to see this one too.
nice portral of whitney.
i wasn't expecting much except to enjoy a bit of music... a bit of story of struggle of fulfilling elusive dreams. to that, it succeeded and i enjoyed the story and the music; and didn't care whether it was a remake or variational fiction based on the real supremes several decades back. worth the see. i know people generally don't like anything related to christians (no matter how they are like), so if you don't, you won't like this movie, period. for sure, i feel we lost whitney houston much much too young, and miss her; too bad she didn't get to enjoy the success of this movie, as limited the audience might be.
i thought it was a great movie. very entertaining! great acting, especially whitney & carmen ejogo.
felt it was more suited for video vs. theatre release. 2-1/2 stars.
was not old school enough for me. you cannot just dress up a cast in old clothes and expect that to do the job. how ever, the voices and songs were amazing. modern, but amazing.
loved the singing. great voices!
great acting by every one
a return to the great music of motown and a last chance to see whitney houston. not on a par with the bodyguard, but still an immensely enjoyable movie.
i had no expectations and i wasn't too sure what it was about. considering i am not a huge fan of whitney houston, i had no idea what to expect. i was so pleasantly surprised. the great music took us back to the great era of motown. i truly enjoyed this movie.
wonderful, whitney's best film, a gift from her to us all.
the plot may be weak, but the "sistas" are strong and whitney houston is outstanding throughout. her rendering of "his eye is on the sparrow" is worth the price of admission.
great movie... the whole cast was great, but whitney was fantastic. she stole every scene she was in. i miss her very much.