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With talks of the making of the Winnie Mandela biographical film (bio-pic) played by Jennifer Hudson,  I have to wonder whether the film would measure-up to some of the great biopics of the past.

Here’s my picks for the top 15 Black bio-pics films of all time:

#15: Cadillac Records
#14: Notorious
#13: What’s Love Got To Do With It (The Tina Turner Story)
#12: Talk To Me (The Petey Greene Story)
#11: The Pursuit of Happyness
#10: The Temptations
#9: Antwone Fisher

#8: The Ernest Green Story
#7: The Last King of Scotland
#6: Ali
#5: Hotel Rwanda
#4: Lady Sings the Blues
#3: Malcolm X
#2: Ray
#1: The Jacksons: An American Dream

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