Amazing visuals and storytelling. A metaphor that doesn’t seem like one.
Delivers on the weird oniric aesthetic of the source material. Very-well made, you don't need to have read the story to follow.
As beautifully rotoscoped as it was written. A strange, dreamy kind of intoxicated brain warp.
Great animation, acting and story, weird but good, really something you haven't seen, original
"I've got a lot of problems nobody else has" is one of the most underrated lines in cinema.
Really good supporting cast. And that lonely PKD vibe - totally nails it.
Cyberpunk meditation on drugs. I love this movie!
Interesting art style with great characters but disappointing story.
Actually freaky shit. Every Linklater is better on a rewatch.
One of my favorites and definitely underrated given the all-star cast. A must-see for sure.
Innovative animation but I’ve never cared for this story
The animation style actually hurt my eyes to look at.
Had to watch this twice because the first time I had motion sickness. Great movie though
Linklater’s rotoscope aesthetic doesn’t really add anything to the story. Feels like it’s trying to be deep and arty more than compelling
Really intriguing. Everything about the presentation is probably perfect concerning the story. Everything else is great and trippy.
A very clever way to adapt this PKD dystopian classic. Great style and story.
I had never seen anything like this before
I did not understand anything, and it failed to motivate me to try to understand, I just finished it and I don't want to see it again.
Underrated. Also, I recommend the book to anyone interested, it'll make the viewing experience better.
Dark and gritty realization of Phillip K Dick novel. Rotoscoped. Incredibly gripping. Never get tired of watching this gem.