For all the spectacular settings and visionary designs, Cloud Atlas left me feeling disconnected
THEN HOW COME YOU GIVE IT A FRESH RATING?? -_-
Oct 26 - 12:00 PM
because sometimes art isn't meant for you, but to be admired.
Oct 26 - 12:17 PM
because sometimes art isn't meant for you, but rather to be admired.
Oct 26 - 12:19 PM
Oct 26 - 01:29 PM
This is a rotten. He even listed it as one of the worst movies of October
Oct 26 - 05:34 PM
What a hypocrite. If that's so then why would he give it a 7/10?
Oct 27 - 05:03 AM
there ya go
Oct 27 - 12:11 PM
Saying it's the worst movie of the month but giving it a 7/10 is pretty stupid -_-
Oct 27 - 01:38 PM
2.5/4 is not 7/10
And that's the one rating that can fluctuate between rotten and fresh depending on how the review is written. In this case, it comes across rotten more than it does fresh.
Oct 27 - 03:32 PM
It's most likely the site administrators not the critic.
Nov 6 - 01:43 PM
This review should all be rotten if that's his actual rating.
Oct 28 - 06:46 AM
2.5 or 4 is 62.5% which equals a red tomato. I agree the review has a negative feel to it overall though. Although, with Travers, 2.5 almost always shows up as fresh on this site. Meanwhile, with Ebert, a 2.5 always shows up as negative.
Oct 28 - 07:43 AM
What a weird rating system, I can understand Ebert's better to be honest.
Oct 28 - 01:57 PM
This movie is brilliant, not for everyone obviously from reading these supposed top critics. This movie will go down as a classic in a similar way the Matrix has ,yet was also initially panned by many critics. This movie resonates with more open minded freethinkers but regardless is beautiful and entertaining and reinforces my opinion that most top critics are too jaded to be trusted. Last time I felt this moved by a movie was Slumdog Millionaire and it did ok.
Oct 28 - 09:56 AM
It will very likely not go down as a classic.
Oct 28 - 01:42 PM
I beg to differ, although masterpiece definitely not. I personally see a difference between a classic and a masterpiece.
Oct 28 - 01:59 PM
Just watch it again, and this time think. This movie has been made a million times by Hollywood executives and does nothing to break convention.
Nov 6 - 01:48 PM
Oct 28 - 02:36 PM
i think what is astonishing, is not how horrible this film is, but how much effort people - those with nothing to lose or gain from it's failure or it's success, will extend to defend this Howard The Duck / Ishtar of a film.
That, in and of itself, is an epic achievement.
Oct 29 - 11:31 AM
haha so true.
Oct 29 - 11:15 PM
Oct 30 - 01:22 PM
got me there. whew.
Oct 30 - 09:42 PM
interestingly enough, this is my first comment on any movie. I felt the reviews given seemed so vastly different from the experience my friends and I had. We all loved it, and it really moved me in a deep way. It just seemed a good time to give my review so others might get another side before deciding whether to go or not. I love to support films that I deem valuable, and hope others will as well so more can be made.
It is more surprising to me when people go out of their way to comment negatively,as if I don't like something, I usually don't have the energy to bother slagging it.
Oct 30 - 11:04 PM
for me it is more surprising when someone spends energy putting something down when they have nothing to gain from its success or failure. to each their ownâ?¦ Cheers
Oct 30 - 11:08 PM
If people keep praising movies like this, it'll be all we have left. We put energy into putting down bad movies in hopes people will look for substance instead of flash.
Nov 6 - 01:51 PM