Kinsey User Reviews

Current Rating: 3.14

Current Rating: 3.14

based on 274 votes and 13 reviews

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  • One of the best movies based on biography. It seams that the script and directing are perfectly balancing the facts with the "artistic truth"
  • MUST SEE for All adults who engage in sexual activity . Learn something about the humankind.
  • Great movie! Good script and well acted. It is good to see a real hero immortalized in film.
  • Great performances by the principals and superb supporting cast. Beautiful dialogue, Audience participation/reaction to the film when I saw it was very receptive. Altogether a nmovie for the "thinking man" (and woman).
  • actors are doing good work, but the script needed a little more humor and fire in the right places. maybe a re-edit would have helped the pace a little.
  • This movie starts out slowly but then certainly builds interest. Highly recommended.
  • A brilliant film that brings taboo subjects to the surface and deals with them in a truthful and touching manner.
  • Absolutely awful. A real mess. Meanders around & says nothing of any significance when it could`ve made a real statement. Liam Neeson & Laura Linney are wasted. The only true greatness is that beautiful scene at the end with Lynn Redgrave (who was fantastic). Very cold & clinical for a movie about sex. (Got to love that irony.)
  • Kinsey is a great film. Very well acted.
  • This was a fantastic film about a heroic scientist who enlighted millions on the nature of human sexuality. He is a great man, a genius, and Liam Neeson`s portrayal of him should earn him an Oscar. He has save the lives of countless individuals.


Genre:  Drama
Running Time:  118 min.
Release Date: November 19, 2004
DVD: May 17, 2005

Current rating: Rating: 3.14
based on 274 votes and 13 reviews
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Cast: Liam Neeson, Laura Linney, Chris O'Donnell, Peter Sarsgaard, Timothy Hutton, John Lithgow, Tim Curry, Oliver Platt, Dylan Baker