Dallas Buyers Club
Drama • R • 2013 • 1 hr 57 min
Acting is terrific. Leto deserved an Oscar.
A captivating story with two striking performances by McConaughey and Leto
The character arc from the main guy was spectacular. Characterisation was incredible. What a truly amazing story
Great script; and it highlights some absurdities in the modern pharmaceutical industry. McConaughey, Leto, et al are on their A-game also.
Jared Leto steals the limelight in this one. Very tough subject matter.. wouldn’t rave about this one but I’m glad I watched it.
Matthew McConaughey and Jared Leto take acting to new levels. So real, you almost don’t remember you’re watching a movie.
Brilliant adaptation of a true story. How at the height of AIDS comes strength.
A fantastic and heart breaking story! Incredible acting from the cast! And a good reminder“I got only one life. I want it to mean something”
Don’t like Jared Leto but in this he was good. This movie was just brilliantly acted and so moving
Amazing actor performances. Riveting true story. Exposes flaws in the healthcare system.
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