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This underrated gem from director Peter Weir features an outstanding performance from Jeff Bridges as a man dealing with profound grief.
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Fearless is the rare commercial movie that raises more questions than it answers. You leave it in an altered state yourself--moved, not quite satisfied, but certain you've seen something out of the ordinary.
Bridges is fine, especially in the ethereal early moments, and manages throughout to convey an altered state of mind that rivets the viewer.
As often with Weir, there's considerably less here than meets the eye.
Mr. Bridges does well with a difficult role.
There are times when "Fearless" really soars, thanks to bouts of good writing by Rafael Yglesias and direction by Peter Weir and a stellar performance by Bridges.
Bridges turns in another in what has become an astoundingly long list of brilliant performances. Using the simplest means imaginable, he steps into a role as nonchalantly as he might slip into his trousers.
Like the movie itself, Daviau's cityscapes are striking, mysterious and emotionally charged.
Both [Jeff] Bridges and [Rosie] Perez are exceptional in this movie that explores the stages of fear and what two people did to overcome them.
In Fearless, fear-not just overcoming it, but experiencing it-connects us to our deepest selves, and to each other.
...it's the sense of sadness that gives the movie its backbone.
Especially as acted by Jeff Bridges, in one of the best performances of a career laden with outstanding work, Fearless is a bottomless character study.
The best film of its time
Jeff Bridges shines in this layered and intense character study.
Great central performance by Bridges. It's a shame this hasn't gotten a proper DVD release. It's a TRAVESTY that's it's only available in pan & scan.
Really this movie is at 86%?
I had to watch it in psych class the other day, and I thought it was prettyyy boring. I also wasn't really paying attention either. Movies like this don't interest me.
"Some people are afraid of nothing."
A man's personality is dramatically changed after surviving a major airline crash.
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