• mfulton

    ★★★★ Added by mfulton



  • JAKra

    Watched by JAKra 13 Jun, 2015

    This review reportedly contains spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    I'm 30 years old, gut I can say that am not mature enough for this movie.
    It's like when I was in primary school and they took the class to the theatre for some extremely artistic performance.
    I was like... me eyes! my brain! me eyes! my brain!...

    PS. I felt bad for the cat.


  • Pat Van-Vixen

    ★★ Watched by Pat Van-Vixen 02 Jun, 2015

    I liked the cat.


  • Michael Ewins

    Rewatched by Michael Ewins 31 Mar, 2015 3

    Few artists even dare this level of self-expression, which I should have been more mindful and respectful of when I first saw The Future, at LFF 2011, with unreasonably high expectations and a largely disapproving crowd (their displeasure was audible). Not that I was entirely ready for it then, but July's second feature probably gets closest to the definition of 'grower' in cinematic terms anyway - it becomes wiser as you mature alongside it. So, now aged 23, this makes…


  • b4hc

    Watched by b4hc 08 Mar, 2015 4

    in my room.


  • E. M.

    ★★★★★ Added by E. M.

    I think it's impossible to give this the positive review I believe it deserves without being bombarded with hate so I'll be brief:

    I connected to this movie emotionally. I think it presented an incredibly unique perspective to an incredibly emotional story and I loved it. I personally found it to be masterful and extremely brave and profoundly honest. It truly truly is one of my favorite movies.

    I highly recommend to people who aren't familiar with July’s earlier work…


  • schizm42

    Watched by schizm42 18 Feb, 2015



  • ThaliaFaisal

    ★★★★★ Added by ThaliaFaisal

    "and so it seems that we have..lived before..and laughed before... and loved before…but baby who knows where or when."


  • Liz F

    ★★★★½ Added by Liz F



  • Lizzie

    ★★½ Watched by Lizzie 26 Jul, 2013

    Very strange...


  • Vonne Patiag

    ★★★★½ Rewatched by Vonne Patiag 05 Dec, 2014

    The Future has that melancholy charm, balancing a mundane portrayal of existence mixed with some dream-realism. The time-stopping and chat with the moon in particular are very Murakami-esque, but it's a nice meditation on what it means to age and a refreshing attitude to love.


  • Carlos

    ★★★★½ Added by Carlos