• Matt Thomas

    ★★★★ Watched by Matt Thomas 02 May, 2016

    A beautiful celebration of the artist's life and work. Hayek fully deserved her Oscar nomination. Molina perhaps deserved more.

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  • Sivan

    ★★★★★ Added by Sivan

    most aesthetically strong movie i have EVER watched, hands down. i love frida kahlo.

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  • Ramon Giocondi

    ★★★½ Added by Ramon Giocondi

    Bom, mas exagaradamente abstrato (no sentido ruim) algumas vezes.

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  • Lucas Augusto

    ★★★★ Watched by Lucas Augusto 11 Apr, 2016

    Beautiful! An astonishing and exuberant work of art from the very talented Julie Taymor. It's a magical spetacle of color and beauty. Unforgettable and extremely moving.

    Viva a Frida!

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  • ajstrauman

    ★★½ Watched by ajstrauman 07 Apr, 2016

    I just feel like there were a lot of other great plot points of her life that could have been included, instead of a whole movie's worth of times defined by her marriage.

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  • Rebecca

    ★★★★ Watched by Rebecca 06 Apr, 2016

    This film is full of stunning visuals. Freida Khalo's art literally comes alive on screen. Salma Hayek plays the artist brilliantly in this stylistic biopic.

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  • aleisha

    ★★★½ Watched by aleisha 02 Apr, 2016

    salma hayek is so tiny

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  • Beca

    ★★★½ Watched by Beca 26 Mar, 2016

    I can't believe Salma Hayek is going from this wonderful performance as Frida to being a part of the cast of Sausage Party. What a world we live in.

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  • Gabby Ferro

    ★★★★ Watched by Gabby Ferro 22 Mar, 2016

    A nuanced performance by Salma Hayek and a wonderful visual flair.

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  • Genicio Zanetti

    ★★★½ Watched by Genicio Zanetti 26 Mar, 2016

    Já que tem exposição na CEF, resolvi ver o filme para entender um pouco mais o furacão Frida.

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  • Thomas Willett

    ★★★ Watched by Thomas Willett 20 Mar, 2016

    The best biopics are movies that not only tell the story of one's life, but also chronicle an important theme. In the 00's (which I'd argue was a golden age for biopics), there were plenty that challenged societal norms. You came away from these movies not only with a better sense of the individual, but what they stood for and fought for to make the world slightly different. The most conventional ones are those that merely tell a story of…

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  • EvanstonDad

    ★★½ Added by EvanstonDad

    I generally find biopics fairly boring, and "Frida" is no exception. Their makers always seem to think that an examination of the person will illuminate the art they produced, and they almost never do. Maybe because art comes from such a deep, personal place in each individual that a filmmaker can't get at the source.

    Salma Hayek is fine as Frida Kahlo, but it takes more than an artfully applied mono-brow to add up to a compelling performance. Alfred Molina…

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