Biography / Drama / History / Sport

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 76%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 74%
IMDb Rating 7.3 10 139,927


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Gideon Emery as Greg
Matt Damon as Charlie Dillon
Morgan Freeman as Principal Joe Clark
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Reviewed by JeffersonCody 8 / 10 / 10

As a South African, I can tell you the entertaining, inspiring and enjoyable "Invictus" exceeded all my expectations.

As a South African who saw this film on Friday morning, I can tell you you the entertaining, inspiring and enjoyable "Invictus" exceeded all my expectations. It really is a true story of epic proportions yet it's told with an intimate feel, and it is at least 98% accurate to the events of the time. Clint gets all the big details and so many of the little details right, but he never goes over the top. He directs with minimum fuss and achieves maximum effect, just letting the powerful story unfold without getting in its way. I watched the 1995 Rugby World Cup and saw Madiba come out in the Springbok jersey. It was a wondrous sight. And when Joel Stransky slotted that drop kick over in the dying minutes and the Boks won, I wept and cheered along with everyone else. After the match millions of South African - of all races - celebrated. It was an amazing time. It was the birth of the "Rainbow Nation". Nelson Mandela is the greatest and most beloved of all South Africans. The man is a living legend, but so human and real. When he was President he brought hope to all South Africans, white and black. We, in my country, will never stop loving this incredible man. Clint Eastwood and Morgan Freeman did South Africa and our beloved Madiba proud. Francois Pienaar is also an amazing South African, an intelligent, big-hearted rugby played who always led by example, and Matt Damon's performance as him was superb. I was glued to the screen for every second of the film's running time (I didn't even move from my seat until the final credit rolled and the house lights came on), and I was moved to tears on several occasions. The final scene was especially touching. Freeman's performance was magical and I can see him getting as Oscar nomination. If you think his Mandela is too cool to be true, think again. Mandela really is this cool. A brave and intelligent man whose courage and strength of character should serve as an example to people all over the world. After being unjustly imprisoned for nearly 30 years by a cruel and repressive regime, he emerged to run a country and teach its people the meaning of forgiveness and reconciliation. I thoroughly recommend the authentically detailed, historically accurate "Invictus" to film lovers, Eastwood fans, Nelson Mandela fans and sports fans everywhere in the world. South Africans would be crazy to miss this excellent film, but it deserves to be a hit all over the globe. Let's hope it is. Viva Clint Eastwood, viva Morgan Freeman, viva Madiba. PS. I'm a huge fan of Clint Eastwood as both an actor and a director. Of the films Eastwood has directed, my favorites, in no particular order, are "Unforgiven", "Million Dollar Baby", "Gran Torino", "The Outlaw Josey Wales", "Letters From Iwo Jima", "The Bridges of Madison County","Bird" and "Invictus". Yes, it's really that good. "Invictus" is another winner from Clint. He just seems to get better with age. What a creative roll he is currently on. PPS. "Invictus" is one of the best sporting movies I have ever seen. But it's also about more than sport.

Reviewed by riley-16856 9 / 10 / 10

Far too slow, flimsy plot and uncoordinated direction.

I had high hopes for this movie, I really did. Morgan Freeman always delivers his lines beautifully, but even he couldn't save this train wreck. The pacing was incredibly slow, with far too much padding. While supposed to be inspiring, it only succeeded in being a stereotypical underdog story with no real backbone and meat to it other than a flimsy plot of restoring the unity of South Africa through rugby. I was ultimately very disappointed with this movie, and although the performances of the actors were on point, the writing and direction left much to be desired.

Reviewed by lou-242 9 / 10 / 10

An inspiring also read the source book

The story of perhaps one of the most unlikely outcomes in my lifetime - Nelson Mandela, a black man jailed for "terrorism" in ultra racist Apartheid-era South Africa, becomes its president. This movie is really pretty good, but for the real-world version of this significant event, do read John Carlin's "Playing the Enemy" to see how even more unlikely and miraculous was this turn of events. The "People who liked this also liked..." section of this IMDb review should include "The Color of Freedom" (2007)..."the true story of a white South African racist whose life was profoundly altered by the black prisoner he guarded for twenty years. The prisoner's name was Nelson Mandela." With Joseph Fiennes as the prison guard and Dennis Haysbert as Nelson Mandela.

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