One of Matthew's first deep movies. A really well-told story with characters that feel real.
Plot stagnates at points, but it's well crafted. I'm not a fan of McConaughey, but he delivers a convincing performances.
Underrated movie. The performances by everyone are very good. Captured essence of the south well.
Matthew￼ McConahay continues to amaze is this surprisingly good movie. While not on everyone’s radar it’s defiantly worth watching.
A great American coming of age novel but like, a movie.
Very good coming of age story. Sometimes clichéd, but mostly great.
Visually lush with amazing performances. A movie that stays with you long after you've watched it
I'm generally a sucker for these southern-setting dramas, but Mud was something else! Brilliant tale of a tragic person
A fantastic 21st century Mark Twain style film.
Unlike many, I didn't think the director brought the script to life. Matthew seemed distracted, as though he wasn't sure what his role was.
My dad and his friend said this movie sucks, but all it is is slow. The acting is good, but the story is more or less pointless.
The story falls a little short, leaving some closure to be desired. However, McConaughey's performance truely carries this film.
It was ok. The movie felt a little bland. The children in this movie stole the show.
Incredible acting all around, really well thought out movie that hits you where it hurts
The kids and Muds relationship is the best part of the film by far and you learn to really care about them, the side plots with dating is eh
The ending was a little strange, but the acting from the younger boys was great. I really enjoyed Neckbone.
Not what I expected but very good. It pulled me in quick.
I think the world deserves more stories that take place in the deep south. It’s easy to get invested in these characters and their struggles
It's a very well done coming of age story. I hate coming of age stories.
A modern day Stand by Me with plenty of heart. One of the best coming of age movies in decades.