A ridiculously beautiful, human film. It connects on so many levels and in so many ways; it's just astounding. This was absolutely one of the most ambitious movies ever made, and it was brilliantly executed. Cloud Atlas is one of those cases where you need to go pay your hard-earned money to see it so more ambitious, ground-breaking movies like it can be made.
Kinda like Spring Breakers' retarded, steroid-enhanced cousin but helped along by the fact that it's a true story. The first half is extremely enjoyable but it begins to falter about halfway through; still enjoyable, but more clunky.
A surprisingly good performance from Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, maybe the best of his career so far. After a long time, I'm finally starting to look at him as an actor instead of a wrestler trying his hand at acting.