Pink Floyd - The Wall Reviews

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August 11, 2020
Psych 101 on an epic scale.
August 27, 2019
Alan Parker has created a world of his own. It is unfortunate, however, that there isn't a consistent reflection behind it. [Full Review in Spanish]
November 6, 2018
This isn't the most fun to listen to and some viewers don't find it to much fun to watch, but the 1982 film is without question the best of all serious fiction films devoted to rock.
October 23, 2018
It's a pretty grim portrait, but even worse it is often repetitive and boring. There are probably enough powerful segments for half a dozen or so outstanding rock videos but not a full-length feature.
July 4, 2018
One of the more exceptional, unprecedented films to ever come from Great Britain, a guttural howl of rage at the darkest aspects of English culture.
April 27, 2018
The film is explosively wild, raw, primitive, sometimes inarticulate. It is also totally theatrical and compelling. It's film as primal scream; seething with anger, alienation and despair.
July 15, 2016
Parker's visual synthesis with the music, much aided by Scarfe's rip-roaring visions of doom and destruction which turn light into darkness at the flick of a pen rather than a switch, is almost perfect.
December 21, 2015
"Do you think they'll drop the Bomb?" asks a loaded musical question at one irresistibly funny point. Obviously, they've already dropped it, and it's called "The Wall."
May 12, 2012
Nothing is put together for you, but all the pieces of the puzzle are there for you to create what you want. It's refreshing to see a movie that is completely out of the box, and doesn't follow any present forumla. THE WALL is a great rock opera.
October 17, 2007
February 18, 2007
December 30, 2006
August 5, 2005
July 2, 2005
June 17, 2005
Visually stunning and disturbing, an essential midnight movie.
July 9, 2004
A stunning portrayal of a slide from isolation into madness. And the music rocks, too--bonus.
January 24, 2004
August 14, 2003
One of Alan Parker's few truly bad movies.
July 9, 2003
February 7, 2003
Visually stunning yet strangely forced tale.
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