Movie critic Bruce Miller says, "One Night in Miami" hits at the very heart of the Black movement in 1964. While moments of "Miami" seem claustrophobic, particularly when it stays in a cramped motel room, the film has enough sprawl to suggest much more. It's utterly believable because the film delves into each character's backstory.

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