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Brandon Keck almost 3 years ago
This movie will drag you through the mud. But, the journey is worth it.
Rachelina Larasati 4 years ago
This movie makes me sob a lot. Sad. I love the figure of the dad here
Noah Rymer over 4 years ago
yes it is dark and hopeless, but I really enjoyed it. not as slow as people make it sound.
DMB over 4 years ago
Decent story, but ending was dumb.
Ryan Boucher almost 5 years ago
A tense movie all the way through to the cheesy ending. It should have had the dark ending
Leif Jacobson 5 years ago
Excellent. Incredibly bleak, but excellent.
Lino Monteiro over 5 years ago
Talk about depressing. This is one bleak film. Fairly well-done too, though a bit tedious.
Misty Mohr 6 years ago
Stayed true to book, both stylistically and narratively.
Nino D 6 years ago
A nice story of a father and his boy, an interesting apocalypse and choices available
Michael Cole over 6 years ago
Way to take a cheery subject matter like a post-apocalyptic future and make it depressing.
Zach Sly almost 7 years ago
Perfectly captures the sense of despair in McCarthy's depressing apocalypse novel.
Tommy Whalen almost 7 years ago
A look into the future, if mankind doesn't wake up & see that "The End" comes suddenly!
Griffin Maurer 7 years ago
The Road is a unique, dark post-apocalyptic scenario hindered by sub-par acting.
Amanda Strike 7 years ago
Thomas Waterman 7 years ago
a slow movie with well developed characters, good acting, not so much action, but worth it
Leda Steegen 7 years ago
Most depressing movie EVER.
Johnny Nys 7 years ago
The dad was so scared, he dragged the kid down with him. The kid was luckier on his own.
Michael McKean 7 years ago
Anyone else feel like they needed to take a shower and hug a kid after this one?
Bassam Alola over 7 years ago
there is no reason in hell why i should watch it again.
Zan over 7 years ago
и филма, и книгата са доста подтискащи
The Road is a 2009 post-apocalyptic drama film directed by John Hillcoat and written by Joe Penhall. Based on the Pulitzer Prize-winning 2006 novel of the same name by American author Cormac McCarthy, the film stars Viggo Mortensen and Kodi Smit-McPhee as a father and his son in a post-apocalyptic wasteland. Filming took place in Pennsylvania, Louisiana, and Oregon. The film received a limited release in North American cinemas from November 25, 2009, and was released in UK cinemas on January 4, 2010. The Road shares the premise of the novel on which it is based: a father (Mortensen) and his young son (Smit-McPhee) struggle to survive after an unspecified cataclysm has destroyed civilization, killed almost all plant and animal life, and obscured the sun; only remnants of mankind remain alive, reduced to scavenging or cannibalism. The man and boy travel southward, in the hope that it will be warmer. Along the way, they search for shelter, food, and fuel, and avoid bands of cannibals...
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