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Current Rating: 2.44

Current Rating: 2.44

based on 34 votes and 17 reviews

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  • 5 stars Highly entertaining! A bit disturbed but well worth the watch!
  • 3 stars Odd, but enjoyable. Moore, Waskowska and Cusack do great job.
  • 4 stars It is a little sleazy and gross but actually pretty entertaining.
  • 3 stars Entertaining, albeit very odd.
  • 3 stars I enjoyed this movie, despite the awful reviews. I found it to be a dark comedy and commentary on the idiocy of hollywood and celebrities. Julianne Moore is fantastic, which is always great to see.
  • 2 stars Disappointing.
  • 1 stars First indication there only 12 people on cheap ticket day. 20 min into including me there only 5 left not surprised if it played to an theater
  • 1 stars I saw this movie at the TIFF gala premiere. The only reason I didnt walk out was because I was sitting in front of the cast and director. It was absolutely horrific, and I spend the entire time like "WTF" and "for the love of all that is holy will this ever end".
  • 1 stars one of those movies in the first few minutes you think, "I hope this gets better" and never does. Thought about walking out on several occasions along with one of my friends but the other friend wanted to see how it ended so we stayed. I was surprised it was suppose to be a comedy as I didn't get it! do yourself a favour and forget about it!
  • 4 stars This is not a neat little idealistic look inside Hollywood. It is a dark real look within - dysfunctional entertainment. This film will not appeal to those who prefer to look at Hollywood within the glamourized box we are often fed and mislead with.

Maps to the Stars

Genre:  Comedy , Drama | Running Time:  111 min.
Release date:  October 31, 2014 | On DVD/VOD:  April 21, 2015

Current rating: Rating: 2.44
based on 34 votes and 17 reviews
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Cast: Julianne Moore, Mia Wasikowska, John Cusack, Robert Pattinson, Sarah Gadon, Justin Kelly