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[i]Right now Hidden Figures is off to a great start as the Ted Melfi-directed feature about the African American mathematicians behind astronaut John Glenn's NASA launch also earned an A+ CinemaScore — a rare grade that few (if any) major studio titles earned last year. And it got an A+ with both male and females and every age group, which is extremely rare.
...also helping Hidden Figures is its Rotten Tomatoes score of 92% fresh. It still has the Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday coming up so the legs for this movie should be strong.
"The film is crossing over," asserts one observer, while another adds, "What Fox did was unprecedented. 'Hidden Figures' jumped from 25 screens in 15 cities and that was a very risky move. If it didn't catch, they would have been screwed. But they took the risk and it's paid off."[/i]
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