Anything Daniel Day Lewis is in I enjoy. Phenomenal actor.
Really enjoyed it. Superb performances; an intriguing telling and outstanding depiction of obsession, disfunction AND brilliance. Heavy. Didn’t foresee the ending. Wow! Not for those who just expect entertainment.
tedious & boring!
Did not find any of the characters likeable. Very strange plot overall ,distracting musical score. Glad I saw it on cheap night.
Acting, script, plot, cinematography, music, costumes all wonderful ! But pay attention - this movie is not lightweight, though VERY ENJOYABLE to any real movie lover.
I left wondering if I had things to pick up from the store on the way home. I thought about chores, dishes, shopping, and washing the car, but not a moment reflecting on the movie. Forgettable.
The acting in the movie was superb! Daniel Day Lewis was outstanding (Oscar worthy performance). The movie is not the typical main stream kind, so if those are the types of movies you enjoy, you would feel disappointed after watching it.
This was a movie where you felt entertained when you left. That's why I go to movies, whether or not you agree with the message, or understand it. Daniel Day Lewis is always good, selective in his choice of roles, and it gave you a look into life unknown to ours in Anchorage, where blue jeans is the look of the day, everyday. The unlikely ending was just there to see if you were still awake. . .
The story to this movie is buried so deep you'll never find it. When the credits were rolling, my wife and I looked at one another and went WTF was that?
1 star is to be avoided
2 star is at best an evening out
3 star is reasonably good, and worth a venture
4 star is a great movie and highly recommended
5 star is fantastic, award winning and fan favorite.
Hyperbole is common these days, but seriously, save your money. This is not even a good movie to watch at home.
Running Time: 130 min.
January 5, 2018 - Toronto
January 19, 2018 - Wide
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