Non-linear storytelling on steroids. Pulp Fiction and Memento are child’s play compared to this. You’ll either love it or hate it.
One of my favorite films. Amazing performances. A film that toys with narrative and not at all chronological be warned. That said-- worth it
If you can get past the non-linear narrative, this is a decent thriller with overarching themes of grief and faith. Del Toro is phenomenal.
Very predictable, overrated and cringy.
Very fascinating and disturbing non-linear film that masterfully interconnects its various plots.
Cool dark drama about intertwining lives, mistakes and decisions.
Still haven't figured out how much a soul weighs...
A very well acted, thought provoking drama with an interesting narrative structure. Worth watching
Tbh, I watched this film way back and it was a little boring. At some point I will give it another shot, maybe I will appreciate it more.
It had potential to be a very good movie, but the director felt the need to show of his style a little more than necessary and he tanked it.
Unexpectedly good. A story told in a original way.
Probably more complex than it needs to be, but a haunting story/stories if you're willing to give it the effort it deserves.
Wonderful actings and a good (not wow) movie
Great movie. Deep and leaves you thinking.
Such a post-production that was. The most complicated and the most fluent.
That was a rough, ROUGH movie. It definitely stayed with me for a while. It's worth watching!
Cast, plot, director.Exactly what a good film needs.
Style of this film was perfect. Like memento. Sequences rightly aren't in the right place.
I shit you not, this movie changed my views on life. Very impactful story about the power of coincidence and, ultimately, human will
I think I was probably too young to appreciate it when I saw this, but I did enjoy what I remember.