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Current Rating: 4.20

Current Rating: 4.20

based on 34 votes and 13 reviews

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  • 4 stars Really entertaining movie. John Cusack and Paul Dano do a good job of portraying Brian Wilson at various stages of his life. Could have used a little more of Graham Rogers as Al Jardine, though. He was totally underused in this.
  • 5 stars I enjoyed this movie very much. I was never a big Beach Boys fan but I was fascinated to learn about the life of Brian Wilson, a brilliant singer, song writer and music writer. After the movie, I went online to learn more about his life and to see him live on videos. I was just so intrigued to know more about this amazing genius.
  • Magnificent!
  • 5 stars Love this movie, fantabulous acting! Of course amazing Muzak! Must see if you like The Beach Boys! Brian Wilson's a Genius on the border line of CooCoo!!! Nice 60's Styling!
  • Extremely well done. Insightful. Excellent story based on an iconic artist who didn't fit in. Music well done.
  • 5 stars What an amazing story about one of the greatest artists of all-time!!!!!
  • 5 stars Excellent movie!!!Excellent performances from the entire cast.
  • 1 stars I am a baby boomer and grew up on beach boys. If you are going to relive beach boys music FORGET it.
  • I was totally bored and left before the end of this disaster..if you could give it less thank one star I would do that...uch!
  • Gripping drama, some Oscar worthy performances in there - what a life to have gone through and still the music pours out of him today.

Love & Mercy

Genre:  Drama
Running Time:  120 min.
Release Date: June 5, 2015
DVD: September 15, 2015

Current rating: Rating: 4.20
based on 34 votes and 13 reviews
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Cast: John Cusack, Paul Dano, Elizabeth Banks, Paul Giamatti, Graham Rogers, Jake Abel, Brett Davern, Bill Camp

Inspiration: Brian Wilson