• wildlark

    ★★★½ Watched by wildlark 28 Jun, 2015 3

    Oh, Roman Polanski. My love for your films is the only thing stronger than my hatred for you as a human being.

    It's such an appropriate directorial choice for an adaptation of God of Carnage, a play that left my Playwriting 101 class speechless because how do you even begin to dissect a story about adults bickering like children for 80 minutes? Very much in-line with American Beauty in its look at affluent white American life falling apart at the…

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  • Rosp

    ★★★½ Added by Rosp

    Nota = 7

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  • Zak

    ★★★½ Watched by Zak 22 Jun, 2015

    A somehwat obtuse play that's saved by some really fine performances and a dark sense of humor.

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  • Jesse Grilb. Crilben.

    ★★★½ Added by Jesse Grilb. Crilben.

    Very chatty and funny and polanski is well hidden. It's annoying that he makes and continues to make good movies. I love the pianist and I had a really fun time with fearless vampire killers and there's still more in his filmography that I really want to see. It's tolerable because he doesn't come through that strong, polanski, as opposed to Woody Allen who covers each and every one of his films in his disgusting perverted neurotic slime- who can…

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  • mcmully

    ★★★★★ Added by mcmully

    Must See.

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  • Glen MacDonald

    ★★½ Watched by Glen MacDonald 19 Jun, 2015

    Oh darn...

    I was really liking this movie! The bottled-up setting, the grating behavior of all the characters, unbiased portrayal of who's right and who's wrong... unfortunately this movie collapses under it's weight in the third act. The ending eventually amounts to nothing. I understand what the writers were trying to do but it still isn't satisfying.

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  • massageman

    ★★★★ Watched by massageman 17 Jun, 2015

    Sometimes kids don't know when to stop. Sometimes parents don't know when to stop either. This film had some deep characters that made an interesting and very real story about human nature!

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  • Matthew Rooks

    ★★★½ Watched by Matthew Rooks 02 Jun, 2015

    4 actors in one room. Pretty well done.

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  • Thomas Pollock

    ★★★★ Watched by Thomas Pollock 01 Jun, 2015

    It is interesting to look at the range Roman Polanski has in his career. Rosemary's Baby, Chinatown, The Pianist and this film- a social satire. I don't know what makes this film better, the staging all taking place in one room, or the fantastic performances from John C. Reily, Jodie Foster, Christoph Waltz and Kate Winslet. They all had both chemistry and conflict with one another. When one kid hits another kid (with a stick), the parents meet to talk…

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  • mahandhi

    ★★ Watched by mahandhi 05 Jun, 2015

    Ik had het toneelstuk in de versie van Eelen gezien, en was benieuwd naar de filmversie. Ik ben dol op toneelstukken in filmvorm, maar dit vond ik erg vervelend. Vond het nergens geloofwaardig, denk dat ze het al lang zouden afgebold zijn als er geen andere reden was om te blijven, ik geloof niet dat ze koppels onderling zo persoonlijk zouden worden in het bijzijn van anderen, en ik vond het niet sterk gespeeld. Allez, ze spelen sterk, maar gewoon voor zichzelf. Het werkt niet samen.

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  • Calum Russell

    ★★★★ Added by Calum Russell

    A 21st century Abigail's party, but perhaps not quite as sharp comedically. This is an acting showcase carried by terrific snappy dialogue, as we watch four people argue in a room for nearly one and a half hours.

    For the most part its riveting as the parents act like children, nit picking each others arguments to reveal some interesting home truths about marriage, gender as well as family rivalry. Often however the story looses focus and thus my interest as it follows an irrelevant tangent.

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  • kuru

    ★★★★★ Added by kuru

    top 10

    carnage 2 cast...

    liberal
    man: noel felding, alan moore, jodorowsky
    woman: shia lebouff in drag,

    conservative
    man: jim carrey, dylan moran, michael keaton, tom wilkenson,
    woman: mellisa mccarthy, whoopi, Mackenzie Davis, claire danes, Chelsea Peretti,

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