A Most Violent Year Synopsis
A thriller set in New York City during the winter of 1981, statistically one of the most violent years in the city's history, and centered on a the lives of an immigrant and his family trying to expand their business and capitalize on opportunities...
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Movie Reviews

Perfect Anti-Gangster Film

By alexhollender
Not much needs to be said aside from: (1) Go see it asap, (2) Best film of 2014, (3) Don't expect a gangster film...

A Good Not Gangsta Movie

By Arnold Rothstein
The title was misleading, I was thinking I was going to see a movie about someone going to the ends to keep what is his, but it was more like a guy trying his best to correct all wrongs done in the...

Slow and boring

By jlanghenry80
Nothing happens in this movie. Every scene takes excessively long and nothing happens. Don't waste your money....


By Crimsontideua
I drove 60 miles to see this movie and it was worth it....

Tire of this BS

By ecopraxis13
A Most Violent Year and other great films like American Sniper having limited releases just to qualify for academy awards. But this of us who want to watch them can't until 2015. Very disappointed of...

Good Movie

By info632
I really enjoyed this movie and the acting was great...

Horrible! ! !

By creti1
This movie is SO slow and boring. A movie about nothing! We walked out still wondering what it was about! Don't waste your time!...

a horrible year

By jasonanthonyfowler
One of the worst I've ever seen. Very slow and nothing happens!! The character development is non existent and the story which had potential turns out to be extremely sub par....


This isn't that great of a movie ... I was not engaged with the story line ... This is a wait for video release...

change the title

By echelsj
Judging by the title most people who go see this movie would think it's a violet movie full of action but nooooooooooooooooooo it's slow and pointless,...

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Rated R | For Some Violence and Language
What Parents Need to Know
Common Sense Media says Moody, violent thriller doesn't quite sustain its promise.
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