Hidden Figures Soundtrack (

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Rating: 7.80/10 from 253000 votes
Tags: space program, segregation, nasa
Alternate Names:
Title in Español:

Figuras ocultas

Title in Italiano:

Il diritto di contare

Title in Português:

Elementos Secretos


As the United States raced against Russia to put a man in space, NASA found untapped talent in a group of African-American female mathematicians that served as the brains behind one of the greatest operations in U.S. history. Based on the unbelievably true life stories of three of these women, known as "human computers", we follow these women as they quickly rose the ranks of NASA alongside many of history's greatest minds specifically tasked with calculating the momentous launch of astronaut John Glenn into orbit, and guaranteeing his safe return.

Dorothy Vaughan, Mary Jackson, and Katherine Gobels Johnson crossed all gender, race, and professional lines while their brilliance and desire to dream big, beyond anything ever accomplished before by the human race, firmly cemented them in U.S. history as true American heroes.

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Hidden Figures
Sticks and Stones
Ray Charles: Performer
Titus Turner: Writer
Higher Ground
Edie Lehmann Boddicker: Vocal arrangement
National Emblem
Don't Take My Whiskey Away From Me
Louis Palmer: Writer
Isn't This The World
Pharrell Williams: Writer
Janelle Monáe: Performer
So What
Miles Davis: Writer
Miles Davis: Performer
Praise Him
David Kelly: Writer
David Kelly: Performer
I See A Victory
Pharrell Williams: Writer
Pharrell Williams: Produced
Mick Guzauski: Mixed
Kim Burrell: Performer
Pharrell Williams: Writer
Mary J. Blige: Performer
Have A Good Time
You're A Grand Old Flag
You Say You Love Me
Mighty Good Loving'
The Toilers
Crystal Clear
Pharrell Williams: Performer
You're a Grand Old Flag
George M. Cohan: Performer
Don't Take My Whiskey Away from Me
Louis Palmer: Performer
Mighty Good Lovin'
Smokey Robinson: Performer
Isn't This the World
Pharrell Williams: Performer

User reviews

Amanda Brown

The music elegantly conveys the gravity of the historical events portrayed in the film, adding depth and emotion to the storytelling.

Susan Wilson

The soundtrack's uplifting melodies and rhythms mirror the women's determination and dedication to their work at NASA.

Karen Walker

The music mirrors the characters' journey of breaking barriers and achieving greatness, making it a poignant and memorable soundtrack.

John Nelson

The compositions in Hidden Figures evoke a sense of empowerment and celebration of the women's achievements at NASA.

Jennifer Campbell

The soundtrack of Hidden Figures failed to capture the emotional depth and intensity of the untapped talent and groundbreaking achievements of the African-American female mathematicians at NASA. The music felt uninspired and lacked the power to convey the struggles and triumphs of these remarkable women.

Jennifer Hall

The soundtrack of Hidden Figures perfectly captures the blend of determination, innovation, and triumph that defined the incredible story of Dorothy Vaughan, Mary Jackson, and Katherine Johnson. The uplifting and soulful melodies evoke a sense of empowerment and resilience, mirroring the spirit of these remarkable women who broke barriers in a male-dominated field.

Kimberly Phillips

The blend of orchestral and soulful elements in the soundtrack creates a rich tapestry that enhances the viewing experience.

Amanda Jones

The soundtrack of Hidden Figures perfectly captures the spirit of perseverance and triumph in the face of adversity.

Jennifer Martin

The soundtrack of Hidden Figures perfectly captures the essence of the remarkable journey of Dorothy Vaughan, Mary Jackson, and Katherine Gobels Johnson. The music skillfully conveys the determination, resilience, and brilliance of these extraordinary women, adding depth and emotion to their inspiring stories.

Laura Campbell

The fusion of traditional orchestral elements with soulful and contemporary sounds in the soundtrack of Hidden Figures creates a unique and engaging listening experience. The music not only transports the audience to the historical setting of the film but also resonates with themes of unity, progress, and the pursuit of excellence that define the narrative of these remarkable women.

Patricia Perez

The uplifting and empowering melodies in the soundtrack of Hidden Figures complement the scenes of triumph and perseverance portrayed in the film. The music enhances the storytelling, evoking a sense of pride and admiration for the contributions of these trailblazing individuals to the history of space exploration and civil rights.

Donald Turner

The music in Hidden Figures beautifully underscores the themes of unity, progress, and the pursuit of excellence.

Thomas Young

The soundtrack effectively transports the audience to the 1960s era, immersing them in the time period of the film.

Michelle Scott

The score of Hidden Figures missed the opportunity to enhance the storytelling and bring an added layer of complexity to the characters' experiences. Instead of elevating the narrative and immersing the audience in the historical context, the music felt generic and at times disconnected from the powerful themes of race, gender, and achievement portrayed in the film.

Kenneth Green

The fusion of jazz, gospel, and classical elements in the music creates a rich tapestry of emotions that enhances the storytelling of the film. Each track is a testament to the strength and brilliance of these unsung heroes, adding depth and poignancy to their journey of overcoming challenges and achieving greatness. The soundtrack of Hidden Figures is a masterful companion to the inspiring narrative of these trailblazing women, leaving a lasting impact on the audience with its stirring compositions.

Patricia Thompson

The emotional resonance of the music in Hidden Figures adds layers of complexity to the narrative, enhancing the overall impact of the story.

Kimberly Young

Overall, the soundtrack of Hidden Figures is a powerful and moving accompaniment to the inspiring true story of Dorothy Vaughan, Mary Jackson, and Katherine Gobels Johnson.