One Night in Miami (2020)

  • Release: 2020   ( 25 Dec 2020 )
  • Genre:  ✯ Drama
  • Language: English
  • Country: USA
  • Runtime: 114 mins
  • Rating: 6
  • Quality:  ✯ 1080P (HD) ✯ 720P (HD)

Set on the night of February 25, 1964, “One Night in Miami” follows a young, brash Cassius Clay as he emerges from the Miami Beach Convention Center the new Heavyweight Boxing Champion of the World. Against all odds, he defeated Sonny Liston and shocked the sports world. While crowds of people swarm Miami Beach to celebrate the match, Clay – unable to stay on the island because of Jim Crow-era segregation laws – spends the evening at the Hampton House Motel in Miami’s African American Overtown neighborhood celebrating with three of his closest friends: Malcolm X, Sam Cooke, and Jim Brown. During this historic evening, these icons, who each were the very representation of the Pre-Black Power Movement and felt the social pressure their cross-over celebrity brought, shared their thoughts with each other about their responsibilities as influencers, standing up, defending their rights and moving the country forward to equality and empowerment for all black people. The next morning, the …

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Director :
Regina King

Writer :

Kemp Powers (screenplay by), Kemp Powers (based on the stage play "One Night In Miami..." by)

Actors :
Kingsley Ben-Adir| Eli Goree| Aldis Hodge| Leslie Odom Jr.|

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According to some reports, the event that formed the basis of “One Night in Miami” may well have taken place in reality. However, one way or another, it could still be considered fiction and an artistic move within the framework of the movie: four icons of black Americans gathered in a hotel on February 25, 1964, after Cassius Clay’s surprise victory. Future Muhammad Ali, orator Malcolm X, rugby player Jim Brown, and musician Sam Cooke: their meeting is first centred on the 2013 speculative play, and only then is this movie an adaptation of the theatrical production. The movie consists almost entirely of dialogue and is, frankly, a bit of a tedious speculation about what African-Americans should do and where the movement might take them.


Much of the movie consists of a kind of virtual debate. Perhaps Regina King managed to avoid unnecessary propaganda and build the movie in such a way that the final judgment of a particular situation touched upon in the conversation falls on the viewer. Nevertheless, the drama of One Night is lacking. There is no intellectual stimulation here, and the picture itself is very niche: hardly anyone in Russia would be seriously interested in the problems of blacks. While other, engaged projects on racism are realized in such a way that the problem in them can be projected from African American issues to other cultures, One Night in Miami, by contrast, is a very American movie. Without a minimal knowledge of the culture, or at least of the significance of a particular event touched upon in the movie, watching the movie will be sheer agony.


What prevents One Night in Miami from standing out is that there are few events. Regina King’s directorial voice is very confident in the beginning, in the moments of introducing the main characters and their backstories. In just a few strokes, she manages to show what kind of people they are. After about 20 minutes after the beginning, however, the pace slows dramatically. The men’s in-depth rants suggest the strength of their convictions, but there is nothing behind it within the movie. To an outsider, therefore, “One Night in Miami” may look like a fake movie.

Despite its good intentions, “One Night in Miami” is not at all captivating: the first hour makes you yawn, and the second hour makes you look at your watch. It has some decent moments, such as the direction, but it seems that the purpose of the movie is to derail the voices of black followers of George George Floyd, because according to liberal journalists who shake for their jobs, it is, you see, sacrilege to criticize such movies.

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