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Sparkle (CD1)
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Sparkle (CD1)

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In the late 1950s, three singing teenage sisters from Harlem form a girl group and soon become local sensations with major label interest. But fame comes with issues that are tearing their family apart.
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The National (UAE)
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November 07, 2012

Whitney Houston's vibrant, final performance adds poignancy to this likeable, breezy remake of a familiar tale.
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Cinemixtape
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April 17, 2016

"Sparkle" has its bright spots - mostly in the middle of the film - and Epps and Ojogo shine.
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ReelViews
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August 19, 2012

Sparkle is an assembly of parts and pieces from other, better movies - an overly familiar jumble of clichés mashed together.
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UTV
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October 15, 2012

it is impossible not to think of the singers real life rise and fall. Whitney Houston's face does not disguise the descent. You can see the tracks of her tears. She looks a lot older than her 48 years.
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Chicago Sun-Times
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August 17, 2012

"Sparkle" isn't blindingly original but it delivers solid entertainment, and despite the clichés I was never for a moment bored.
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Epoch Times
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June 30, 2016

With Whitney Houston gone, the baton passing becomes more than metaphorical. If you enjoy power-drama, 1960s girl-group nostalgia, and virtuoso pop singing-this is your movie.
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Richard Roeper.com
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August 30, 2012

Sparkle shamelessly piles on the clichés, but it's an entertaining ride throughout.
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Pajiba
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July 17, 2013

This is the second most embarrassing thing to happen to Whitney Houston this year.
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Globe and Mail
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August 17, 2012

Anyone who has seen Dream Girls, What's Love Got To Do With It? or even The Doors will find themselves in familiar (if inferior) territory here ...
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Big Hollywood
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June 30, 2013

Wallowing in melodrama, the film's sole highlight is Whitney Houston's supporting turn in it.
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New Yorker
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August 27, 2012

Noteworthy only for featuring Whitney Houston's last screen appearance.
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Detroit News
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August 17, 2012

It's nice that "Sparkle" honors the memory of Motown's heyday; if only it could have lived up to those standards.
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