Great acting for sure. Love the monologues. Just a really solid, underrated gem.
either you totally miss the point, or fall in love with this film. there's no between.
The monologue at the end of this movie is one of my favorite scenes of all time.
This is one of my favorite movies of all time. Great monologues and individual performances by three stand out actors.
When Edward Nortonwas churning out great movies
A gripping story of friendship, shifting loyalties, and regret with a post 9/11 as backdrop. Perhaps Lee’s most underrated film.
Felt like they were trying to hard to convey something deep but failed miserably. Great acting but the bad direction.
I liked the part where he looked in the mirror and said the bad words
Yes. 1 hour extra, to compensate the long waiting for a plot character or emotion to appear.
Pretty good movie. I'd watch it again. Ending is excellent
Pretty good movie. I'd watch it again. Ending was excellent
One of the slowest paced movie I've ever seen, yet one of the most captivating.
Edward Norton just does what he does best. Amazing!
Haunting imagery, heartbreaking and poignant
A solid film, though I couldn't help but feel like it could've been better. Hoffman was brilliant, though.
Felt like movie was overtrying. Had some strong moments, but many pointless. Bad directing. Can't really see the point of this movie. Ugly.
Had great moments and appreciated the Tennessee Williams vibe but got too chessy and only Norton and Hoffman were really that great.
Edward Norton is decent. But the film as a whole is pretty forgettable. The ending is especially forgettable
Ed Norton is excellent in this film.