Eyes Wide Shut
Drama • R • 1999 • 2 hr 39 min
This movie is not for the faint of heart but Kubrick’s last film is well worth the watch. And you’ll be thinking about it long after it ends
This movie is really weird, specially with the sect. But it's still a great film with good acting and amazing visual shots. Kubrick is great
Perhaps Kubrick’s most contested film. Many will claim it’s an incomprehensible orgy of gratuity. I’d argue it’s a tale of insecurity.
It’s really good, but the nudity, as necessary as they are, made me incredibly uncomfortable, considering I’m asexual.
everything about this movie is perfect, the script, the acting, the shots, the aesthetics. so rewatchable. the lighting is my fav part
Stanley Kubrick’s last film. It is rather controversial, but I would highly recommend it. Very thought provoking and visually appealing.
Watch this film after midnight, and join Tom Cruise in his dark, winding odyssey.
Only sequel I need right here. Need more. Nowwwwww
Adventurous and testing, but could have been better if we hold Kubrick’s standards against himself
Great intense atmospheric film but Tom Cruise wasn't quite right for it.
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