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Aaron Jones 3 months ago
Not even my three favorite actors working right now could save this
Cesca McC 9 months ago
Excellent performances. Cold and shiny but fascinating. Discussed a long time afterwards!
Luciana Ducceschi 11 months ago
You begin to care about the characters that aren't even real in the movie's world.
Tony Gandía 12 months ago
Yes, it's glossy... but a deeper examination gives it some unexpected weight.
cervv over 1 year ago
holly shit!!!
emilio murillo almost 2 years ago
Brilliant work. Hard to tell who's better: Adams, Gyllenhaal or Shannon. Flawless picture.
Zach Sly almost 2 years ago
Gyllenhall, Shannon, and Johnson are a trifecta of acting perfection. Real and believable.
Robyn Hamilton almost 2 years ago
Expertly crafted & visually striking. Has more layers than first appears.
Alexis Zofia Kubicki almost 2 years ago
Impressed with Ford's abilities in handling reminiscence and post-relationship nostalgia
Brandon Keck almost 2 years ago
Perfectly dark tone. A film that knows exactly what it is and what it wants to do.
Emma Jun almost 2 years ago
A layered tale of revenge. Powerful with a painfully satisfying end
Damian Campo 2 years ago
Original film about a dual story based on an over relationship and a book inspired by it
Dónal Kennedy 2 years ago
From the score to the cinematography, there is much to love here. Let down by a thin plot.
Natasha Marchev 2 years ago
review: http://bohemianrhapsodyclub.weebly.com/la-premiere.html
Itzel Amieva 10 months ago
Rosalio Galvan 11 months ago
Anna Platschek 11 months ago
JS 12 months ago
Gerald Cohen 1 year 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.