We Need to Talk About Kevin

We Need to Talk About Kevin
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Anonymous picture

Style over substance. Entirely disjointed by rapid-fire flashbacks. There's a good story in there, but this director uses all the cliché art-house film tricks, to ill effect.

Anonymous picture

Very creepy film. I would have got help for him and the clueless husband a long time ago.

Anonymous picture

Too drawn out, confusing time line, unclear scenes.

Lindsay avatar

In this deeply disturbing film, Lynne Ramsay cements herself as a formidable auteur of 21st century cinema. Though the narrative here is gritty and "realist," everything from Ramsay's use of color and music, to the way she casts her characters, work together to create a particularly surreal, ...Read more

Anonymous picture

Watched it because it was critically acclaimed, and though it was intense I felt disappointed. I didn't care about any of the characters, in the end.

Anonymous picture

Definitely do not ever want to have a child after seeing this. Also, really boring film, based on cliches. No thrills here.

Anonymous picture

An extraordinary film. Gripping. Hard to watch.

Anonymous picture

A woman, a mother, a wife, gutted like a fish on screen. Tilda Swinton has set the standard until further notice. Astonishing.

Anonymous picture

I thought the book was so good, I wasn't sure how it would translate to film, but it has been adapted very well. Certainly a very uncomfortable story for any parent to digest...and agree wholeheartedly with the Tilda Swinton fans below - she is amazing!

Anonymous picture

Annoying slow and halting in dialogue.

Anonymous picture

Completely agree.

Maureen avatar

Great acting, very suspenseful and disturbing story.

Anonymous picture

Powerful and terrifying.....
Great acting by Tilda & Ezra

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Anonymous picture

A powerful and sad thriller. Tilda Swinton is out-of-this-world good! Ezra Miller is a powerful young actor to watch out for.

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