Critic scores range from 0 to 100, with higher scores indicating more favorable reviews.
At times almost unbearably ugly, but by the time you walk out of the theater, you know you've seen something. Read full review
A perversely enjoyable, occasionally harrowing adaptation of José Saramago's 1995 disaster allegory. Read full review
It engaged me throughout and I found the ending to be surprisingly hopeful. Read full review
I kept hoping the meaning would click into place, but it never quite did. Read full review
Moore is always watchable, Ruffalo and Bernal get a nice rivalry going without ever establishing eye contact (as it were), and Danny Glover has some nice moments in an underdeveloped part as an older man who finds, to his benefit, that love is blind. Read full review
As the players enact the fall and rebirth of civilization, Meirelles suggests that even a society gone to hell looks better with a little music-video-like pizzazz. Read full review
Murky and grainy, and showing human beings at their grimmest - thievery, rape, betrayal, murder - Blindness is no barrel of laughs. But it IS a barrel of pretentious metaphorical musings. Read full review
Blindness is provocative cinema. But it also is predictable cinema: It startles but does not surprise. Read full review
A brilliant idea that seems to lack the vision to be great. Read full review
Piles on the indignities, violence and island-of-man turmoil. Read full review
...drops you down on Planet Metaphor...
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