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Mystery | Romance
Frame Rate:
23.976 fps
English 2.0  
Run Time:
116 min
IMDB Rating:
6.3 / 10 
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Directors: Lisa Joy [Director] ,

Movie Description:
Nick Bannister, a private investigator of the mind, navigates the alluring world of the past when his life is changed by new client Mae. A simple case becomes an obsession after she disappears and he fights to learn the truth about her.


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"Without that sadness you can't taste the sweet"

SF, crime movie, film noir but mostly an unusual and beautiful love story. A slow paced drama in an eerie atmosphere with solid performances from Hugh Jackman, Rebecca Ferguson and Thandiwe Newton. The surreal flooded landscape, the Philip Marlowe style narration and the beautiful music come together nicely. Those with bad reviews probably only have the patience to watch a Justin Bieber clip. If you are an intelligent and sensible person give it a try, you will be surprised.

Better than the ratings, as usual.

This was an unusual movie. Great actors. Unique ideas. And it gets complex which I believe is the reason it has low ratings. Not saying those people are unintelligent. But most movie watchers today are lazy. They want the story to be handed to them without having to think. Come on. Give it a try. You might be surprised to find you disagree with the low ratings. I liked it in spite of lower expectations brought on by bad reviews.

Flawed, but a refreshingly unique story.

Making her first feature film debut as writer, producer and director, Lisa Joy had a great concept, but the execution needed a little more work. Her directing was excellent, and the conceptual story genius, but her screenplay needed fine tuning. There were many plot and technical issues - most lazy, but bringing her futuristic sci-fi vision to the big screen, was effortless. The story felt very long and slowly paced. Had such amazing leads and their performances - Jackman, Ferguson and Newton not been cast, I don't think I would've rated this higher than a 5/10. They carried the film right to the end, of which up until the last 20 mins was dragging. Along the way, it was a 5 or 6/10 in my mind, but that last 20 mins with some surprising twists and revelations - and that perfect ending, added more stars. It's a 7.5 rounded up to an 8/10 from me. The critics went too hard on this one. If your enjoy mystery, crime, sci-fi, and romance, give this one a chance... there's nothing really like it. Props to Joy for this little gem.
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