—— As Above/So Below Aug 29
33% The November Man Aug 27
98% Starred Up Aug 27
81% The Congress Aug 29
71% Life Of Crime Aug 29

Top Box Office

92% Guardians of the Galaxy $17.2M
20% Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles $16.7M
39% If I Stay $15.7M
19% Let's Be Cops $10.8M
18% When The Game Stands Tall $8.4M
34% The Expendables 3 $6.5M
32% The Giver $6.4M
45% Sin City: A Dame to Kill For $6.3M
65% The Hundred-Foot Journey $5.3M
20% Into The Storm $3.8M

Coming Soon

—— Innocence Sep 05
—— The Identical Sep 05
—— The Longest Week Sep 05
67% The House of Magic Sep 05
74% God Help the Girl Sep 05

Premieres Tonight

—— The Cosmopolitans: Season One

New Episodes Tonight

100% Defiance: Season 2
100% Garfunkel and Oates: Season 1
89% The Honorable Woman: Season 1
56% Married: Season 1
39% Rush: Season 1
82% Satisfaction: Season 1
82% Welcome to Sweden: Season 1
77% You're the Worst: Season 1

Discuss Last Night's Shows

86% The Bridge (FX): Season 2
91% The Divide: Season 1
83% Extant: Season 1
—— Franklin & Bash: Season 4
—— Graceland: Season 2
—— Hot in Cleveland: Season 5
57% Legends: Season 1
—— Motive: Season 2
69% Mystery Girls: Season 1
38% Taxi Brooklyn: Season 1
43% Young & Hungry: Season 1

The Fall Reviews

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Kelly Vance
East Bay Express

So what if the front story is a little contrived?

Full Review Source: East Bay Express

August 15, 2011
Ken Hanke
Mountain Xpress (Asheville, NC)

Often praised -- and rightly so -- for its incredible visuals and nonstop stylishness. I have no problem with that, except that I'm equally taken by its thematic implications.

Full Review Source: Mountain Xpress (Asheville, NC) | Original Score: 4.5/5

July 6, 2010
Fernando F. Croce
Slant Magazine

A long, long trip through the museum

Full Review Source: Slant Magazine

August 26, 2009
Walter Chaw
Film Freak Central

I wonder if it's unforgivable heresy to say The Cell is badly underestimated and due for revisionism while The Fall, despite its relative obscurity, is badly overestimated.

Full Review Source: Film Freak Central | Original Score: 1.5/4

June 9, 2009
Mark Bourne
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...a movie that not only expected me to pay attention, it assumed that I could.

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February 2, 2009
Bill Stamets
Chicago Reader
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The girl and the hospital patients and staff also turn up in his improvised adventure, extravagantly garbed by costume designer Eiko Ishioka.

Full Review Source: Chicago Reader

December 17, 2008
Nick Rogers

Something like a Sir David Lean epic crossed with trippy offshoots of tall tales of Zorro, Ali Baba and Pecos Bill rolled into one, The Fall is a sun-kissed companion to Guillermo del Toro's Pan's Labyrinth. A brilliant follow-up from Tarsem Singh.

Full Review Source: | Original Score: 4/4

November 7, 2008
Marc Savlov
Austin Chronicle

Tarsem has found a home for his endlessly unique visions, and (wouldn't you know?) it's beyond artifice and stealing toward art.

Full Review Source: Austin Chronicle | Original Score: 3.5/5

October 18, 2008
Jean Lowerison
San Diego Metropolitan

The story Roy tells is involving enough and so beautifully shot (see how many locations you can name) that it's worth seeing for that alone.

Full Review Source: San Diego Metropolitan

October 18, 2008
Rich Cline
Shadows on the Wall

One of the most beautiful things ever put on the big screen. On the other hand, the story is far too thin for adults, and far too dark for kids.

Full Review Source: Shadows on the Wall | Original Score: 3.5/5

October 3, 2008
Derek Malcolm
This is London

The film may look a treat in a static kind of way but the whole is a piece of turgid pictorialism that ends up unbearably dull.

Full Review Source: This is London | Original Score: 2/5

October 3, 2008
David Edwards
Daily Mirror [UK]

While nice to look at, it's also a very tedious slice of magical realism lacking in tension, suspense and, indeed, magic.

Full Review Source: Daily Mirror [UK] | Original Score: 1/5

October 3, 2008
Nev Pierce
Total Film

Beguiling, befuddling, brilliant. It's sure to divide audiences but, for all its ocular opulence and wild fantasy, at heart The Fall is a tender, touching tale about childhood, hope and the power of story.

Full Review Source: Total Film | Original Score: 4/5

October 3, 2008
Rob Daniel
Sky Movies

But The Fall defies low expectations, proving the director can now partner his exquisite pictures with a ripping yarn.

Full Review Source: Sky Movies | Original Score: 4/5

October 3, 2008
David Gritten
Daily Telegraph

The Fall is hugely ambitious, but ultimately it's just an intriguing folly.

Full Review Source: Daily Telegraph

October 3, 2008
Xan Brooks

Does The Fall amount to anything more than a vast sugar-frosted folly? I'm not convinced it does, although its wanton extravagance is not without charm. Singh has money to burn and he builds a pretty bonfire.

Full Review Source: Guardian | Original Score: 2/5

October 3, 2008
James Christopher
Times [UK]

The visuals that illustrate the fairytale fantasy are extraordinary. But the film has none of the menacing brilliance of Pan's Labyrinth. The result is a triumph of style over talent.

Full Review Source: Times [UK] | Original Score: 3/5

October 3, 2008

A must-watch for lovers of the strange and unusual, this visually ravishing oddball drama has sequences of genuine beauty and charm - even if it won't be to everyone's taste.

Full Review Source: Film4 | Original Score: 3.5/5

October 3, 2008
Trevor Johnston
Time Out
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The pacing drags and the clichéd tussle between childhood innocence and adult disillusionment can only go one way. Better to experience it than think about it, fair to say.

Full Review Source: Time Out | Original Score: 3/6

October 3, 2008
Kat Brown
Empire Magazine

Tarsem's film is breathtakingly imaginative, but at times you're left feeling like you've eaten too many sweets.

Full Review Source: Empire Magazine | Original Score: 3/5

October 3, 2008
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