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The queen arrives.

The rise of Aretha Franklin’s career from a child singing in her father’s church’s choir to her international superstardom.

Release Date : 12 Aug, 2021
Duration : 2h 25m
Music Drama History
Vote Average : 6.862 Vote Count : 289 Popularity : 22.587

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  • Jennifer Hudson

    Jennifer Hudson

    Aretha Franklin


  • Forest Whitaker

    Forest Whitaker

    C. L. Franklin


  • Marlon Wayans

    Marlon Wayans

    Ted White


  • Audra McDonald

    Audra McDonald

    Barbara Franklin


  • Mary J. Blige

    Mary J. Blige

    Dinah Washington


  • Marc Maron

    Marc Maron

    Jerry Wexler


  • Tituss Burgess

    Tituss Burgess

    Reverend Dr. James Cleveland


  • Saycon Sengbloh

    Saycon Sengbloh

    Erma Franklin


  • Hailey Kilgore

    Hailey Kilgore

    Carolyn Franklin


  • Tate Donovan

    Tate Donovan

    John Hammond


  • Skye Dakota Turner

    Skye Dakota Turner

    Aretha Franklin (young)


  • Heather Headley

    Heather Headley

    Clara Ward


  • Leroy McClain

    Leroy McClain

    Cecil Franklin


  • Lodric D. Collins

    Lodric D. Collins

    Smokey Robinson


  • Brenda Nicole Moorer

    Brenda Nicole Moorer

    Brenda Franklin


  • Brandon Gilpin

    Brandon Gilpin



  • Tangela Large

    Tangela Large

    Grieving Mother


  • Albert Jones

    Albert Jones

    Ken Cunningham


  • Myk Watford

    Myk Watford

    Rick Hall


  • Gilbert Glenn Brown

    Gilbert Glenn Brown

    Martin Luther King Jr.




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A review by Peter McGinn

Written by Peter McGinn on 18 Oct, 2021

This was a good movie, and I enjoyed it. However, I don’t expect I will ever watch it a second time. In a way, it felt like I had already seen it. And I get why: the experiences of women, even celebrity women, often mirror each other when it comes to strict fathers, as=busive first husbands, and s...

A review by CinemaSerf

Written by CinemaSerf on 27 Mar, 2022

Much has been made of the late Aretha Franklin's choice of actress to portray her in this early career retrospective - but I wonder what she might have made of the rest of the cast? Jennifer Hudson is superb when she sings, she captures much of the range and vitality of Ms Franklin. Unfortunately, a...