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A beautiful piece of storytelling. When Scorsese says that Marvel movies aren't cinema, I feel that this film is abundant in what he finds lacking from those films.
Engrossing movie, a little to preachy at parts
I loved it so much I've seen it eight times
The whole idea that idealism can replace family values bothered me, but the movie was entertaining.
Excelente película te hace analizar la sociedad actual de que vivimos con un consumismo atroz
Viggo Mortensen terrific performance, among the rest of the cast members, is just the tip of the iceberg of this unconventional and highly satisfying touching-comedy, written and successfully directed by Matt Ross, with a unique focus, view and tone that'll provide enough identity and style to endure among other "odd" indie flicks, approaching themes such as social commentary, true freedom and the need for an exit of the world's exhausting conventionality.
Brilliant, emotional, and thought provoking movie. The acting was fantastic.
Well done. Good story that is told well. Great performances by the entire family.
Horrible, disturbing movie. I would not recommend it to anyone.