A Bigger Splash Synopsis
In A BIGGER SPLASH, rock legend Marianne Lane is recuperating on the volcanic island of Pantelleria with her partner Paul when iconoclast record producer and old flame Harry unexpectedly arrives with his daughter Penelope.
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The Big Dud

By doug1000
In the garden of Eden (Southern Italy), lies all types of lurking temptations. The problem is - they are all predictable, gratuitous, and ultimately absurd. The film makers wanted to to be original...

Tilda Swinton is marvelous!

By malandra
I love the style of the movie, the scenery and the story!... for some it might be a little bit to slow, but that's the style of it. Ralph Fiennes played a totally different character from he use to...

A Bigger Splash

By nikijo818
I am a movie fan, have never left a film mid-way. However, if I had not been with a friend, this would have been my first early exit. Exhausting first half, with Fiennes non-stop talking. Far from...

A Mediocre "Splash"

By gabbycorner
The splash is not so "big" as mediocre in this European botboiler reminiscent of a 1960's art house film. Excellent performances and fabulous cinematography more than compensate for the pretentious...

bob Splash

By lindae781
no need for gratuitous nudity....

Amazing

By loveeeepeace
So suspenseful. The music was beautiful, it fit each scene perfectly. The cast was so incredible....

Sexy and Fun

By bestdesign
Great interaction between the actors and the setting was breathtaking....

Skip this one

By portlandborn
I thought this movie was incredibly slow and boring. Beautiful location and gorgeous clothing on Tilda Swinton, but those were the only points of interest for me. Dullsville....

Watching Paint Dry On A Cold Day . . . With Drive-By Nudity

By sftony
{Yawn . . }...

A Bigger Splash

By teewar
Well crafted emotional tinderbox with Ralph Fiennes providing the sparks. Like certain European films of the 60s and 70s, affluent, beautiful people mix about a picturesque landscape, all the while...

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Rated R | For Graphic Nudity, Brief Drug Use, Language and Some Strong Sexual Content
What Parents Need to Know
Common Sense Media says Graphic sexual content in fascinating character study.
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VIOLENCE & SCARINESS
LANGUAGE
CONSUMERISM
DRINKING & DRUGS
SEXY STUFF