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A Classic. One of my favorite Movies. I watch every year around the holidays.
Kubrick at his best.
Certainly one to remember - if even for the striking imagery alone.
Compared to other Kubrick films, this is definitely... different. Still worth watching, and Valse No. 2 stayed in my head for long after watching it. A very memorable movie.
So overrated, super boring, just indulges in itself way too much. It's so "deep" with "hidden meanings" that nobody knows wtf it's about. It's a commentary on the hedonism of high society? Oh wait no, he's dreaming so none of that happened, the ending is just as pointless as the beginning and middle, long and boring
One of the best movies I have ever seen. The absolute brilliance of Kubrick is irresistable. It was an interesting review concerning the importance of sexual relationships in human society. Stunning
Its slow-paced and uneven narrative prevent it from reaching the heights of Stanley Kubrick's previous works, but his stylish direction, along with a haunting soundtrack, stunning production values, and great lead performances from Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman, make it an intense exploration of human psyche and sexuality worth analyzing.
The movie's excellence and uniqueness shines through more over time. A great watch.
I have always found it ironic that Stanley Kubrick's final film was his absolute worst. Although Nicole Kidman has a beautiful derriere.
Super long boring lame movie filled with bad stuff. I'll forget this horrible movie in a week.
Last Stanley Kubrick's masterpiece, he again demonstrates the authenticity and insanity of his films with a perfect all around story.