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Cesca McC 3 months ago
Excellent performances. Cold and shiny but fascinating. Discussed a long time afterwards!
Luciana Ducceschi 5 months ago
You begin to care about the characters that aren't even real in the movie's world.
Tony Gandía 6 months ago
Yes, it's glossy... but a deeper examination gives it some unexpected weight.
cervv 12 months ago
holly shit!!!
emilio murillo over 1 year ago
Brilliant work. Hard to tell who's better: Adams, Gyllenhaal or Shannon. Flawless picture.
Zach Sly over 1 year ago
Gyllenhall, Shannon, and Johnson are a trifecta of acting perfection. Real and believable.
Robyn Hamilton over 1 year ago
Expertly crafted & visually striking. Has more layers than first appears.
Alexis Zofia Kubicki over 1 year ago
Impressed with Ford's abilities in handling reminiscence and post-relationship nostalgia
Brandon Keck over 1 year ago
Perfectly dark tone. A film that knows exactly what it is and what it wants to do.
Emma Jun over 1 year ago
A layered tale of revenge. Powerful with a painfully satisfying end
Damian Campo over 1 year ago
Original film about a dual story based on an over relationship and a book inspired by it
Dónal Kennedy over 1 year ago
From the score to the cinematography, there is much to love here. Let down by a thin plot.
Natasha Marchev over 1 year ago
review: http://bohemianrhapsodyclub.weebly.com/la-premiere.html
Itzel Amieva 4 months ago
Rosalio Galvan 5 months ago
Anna Platschek 5 months ago
JS 6 months ago
Gerald Cohen 7 months ago
Hiram Soto 8 months ago
A woman named Susan receives a book manuscript from her ex-husband — a man she left 20 years earlier — asking for her opinion of his writing. As she reads, she is drawn into the fictional life of Tony Hastings, a math professor whose family vacation turns violent.