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Love (2015)

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Critic Consensus: Love sees writer-director Gaspar Noé delivering some of his warmest and most personal work; unfortunately, it's also among his most undeveloped and least compelling.

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Enter the Void director Gaspar Noe helms this 3D envelope-pushing, non-linear narrative examining modern love and sexual desires.
Rating:
NR
Genre:
Art House & International , Drama
Directed By:
Written By:
In Theaters:
 limited
On DVD:
Box Office:
$176,061.00
Runtime:
Studio:
Alchemy

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Cast

Karl Glusman
as Murphy
Aomi Muyock
as Electra
Vincent Maraval
as Lieutenant Castel
Ugo Fox
as Gaspar
Omaima S.
as Victoire
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Critic Reviews for Love

All Critics (79) | Top Critics (20)

Cinematic satisfaction is denied in Love 3D, an exercise in bedroom boredom by France's Gaspar Noé.

Full Review… | November 12, 2015
Toronto Star
Top Critic

Noé deserves credit for putting sex so boldly at the front and center of his new romance and depicting it as an essential part of love and life that's largely left off screen.

Full Review… | November 10, 2015
BuzzFeed News
Top Critic

Why so explicit? Because, Noe might reply, that's what love looks and feels like for a generation raised on porn, self-affirmation, and hookups.

Full Review… | November 6, 2015
San Diego Reader
Top Critic

Noé seems unwilling to accept that art requires editing - it is, by definition, artifice. It demands the artist make choices, rather than try to cram an entire catalog of experiences down the viewer's throat.

Full Review… | November 6, 2015
Philadelphia Inquirer
Top Critic

When "Love" works, Noé achieves a lulling, melancholic frenzy about sex and memory, but the foundation isn't strong enough to make his movie ever seem more than a stereoscopic fermata: one envelope-pushing note held way too long.

Full Review… | November 5, 2015
Los Angeles Times
Top Critic

A sincere but repetitive drone of a picture... "Love" feels deeply, but not complexly.

Full Review… | November 5, 2015
TheWrap
Top Critic

Audience Reviews for Love

Love is OK but I will give it an extra half star because the way it was shot was cool. Storywise, nothing special and the ending didn't impress. 3/5 OR 6/10

Jairo Aguilar
Jairo Aguilar
½

Americans - so sexually uptight and frigid. Pretending to be so shocked at the explicit content while secretly jerking off at your computers. Porn in the USA generates 12 billion dollars. It's a movie, that does not try to pretend to be anything else -- real life. American's are so use to the bullshit of crap like the bachelor/bachelorette that the delusion is believed. I like the realness of the movie; it's one interpretation of love.

T  Self
T Self

A self-indulgent (and interminable) failure that has perhaps the worst use of 3D I have ever seen (it simply has no sense of depth and makes the film too dark), while the dialogue is infantile and awful, the actors are all terrible (Muyock is easily the worst) and it feels almost impossible to care about such a detestable protagonist.

Carlos Magalhães
Carlos Magalhães

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