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Current Rating: 2.73

Current Rating: 2.73

based on 132 votes and 45 reviews

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  • 1 stars This movie was so drawn out and was just a crappy movie I honestly wouldn’t even give it any stars
  • 1 stars Wasn’t very good
  • 5 stars The year's best movie.
  • 1 stars A movie so bad it made me wonder if the actors have debt problems. or the writer/director blackmailed them into starring in this garbage. A total vanity project. It switched genres so frequently it didn't know what it was trying to be. It was going for film noir at one point, but it was so campy it actually made me laugh out loud. And Hollywood ageism and sexism continues... Anne Hathaway is 13 years younger than Matthew McConaughey. They do not look the same age and yet they were supposed to have gone to high school together??? And Diane Lane actually is age appropriate for MM but has to pay him for sex? Why? Because she can't find a man to bed her for free because she is 54 years old? So if a woman is 5 years older than a man she is too old???? But if a man is 13 years older than a woman they are the same age???? Unbelievable.
  • 5 stars I liked it. Different. Don't understand the Importance of the sex though.
  • 2 stars Very boring thriller - no thrill whatsoever
  • 3 stars Maybe if I was a gamer I would have been able to see the twist in this movie. Too many things left hanging...and what was their significance in the plot/game???
  • 5 stars The best thriller we'll see all year.
  • 1 stars Pure crap lousy acting, dragged on and on. Ending made no sense.
  • 1 stars Oh Dear! GARBAGE!

Serenity

Genre:  Thriller
Running Time:  106 min.
Release Date: January 25, 2019 (limited)
DVD: April 30, 2019
Blu-ray: April 30, 2019
Digital: April 23, 2019

Current rating: Rating: 2.73
based on 132 votes and 45 reviews
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Cast: Matthew McConaughey, Anne Hathaway, Jason Clarke, Diane Lane, Djimon Hounsou, Jeremy Strong