All Is Lost
Action • PG-13 • 2013 • 1 hr 46 min
A good one man show about a man lost at sea.
Great survival story. Great acting by a top actor, but slow. This film is better suited to older viewers who like experiencing the journey.
Incredibly paced & the ocean setting is grippingly claustrophobic, but the film is pretty shallow and the execution is sloppy in places
Proves you don't need dialogue to make a tense emotionally engaging story. Redford is fantastic and the ending is beautiful
A tight, contained, human story. Surprisingly emotional for a nearly zero-dialogue script. Hell of a performance from Redford.
Perfect performance by Redford. Honestly makes the entire movie. Pro sailors might hate the beginning though.
Just amazing. Almost no dialogues. Just sequences and soundtrack doing their job
Robert Redford is great as always but this is probably my least favorite sub-genre of film. It’s made well but I just don’t get invested
A very sparse and desperate film, but very beautifully shot.
Amazing how incredible a movie can be with just 1 actor
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