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what a fantastic film!

By alixer
Written October 28, 2014
What a shame Cloud Atlas didn't do well in North America. What a fantastic film! Go out and watch it while you still can. Given its scale, budget ... flop, there may not be another like it for a long time - at least not from a US studio, and let's face it, only US studios spend $100 million on movies. There is never a point when you are scratching your head. It has great pace and you're constantly glued to the plot. Definitely one of the best films of the year!!
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Cloud Atlas

By pwright360
Written October 22, 2014
So other than having actors play different parts, which didn't advance the story or concept, this was not a movie about cosmic connections. Just six stories and not necessarily that interesting.
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Entertaining, but long

By Jentoujours
Written December 20, 2014
I enjoyed the show more than I thought I would. Much of it is very entertaining. But after 2 hours I found my patience waning. I went with someone that had read the book and she enjoyed both - so maybe reading the book ahead of time is a good idea.
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I was in the clouds

By realestatehunterusa
Written December 19, 2014
The most powerful statement I can make is people applauded at the end of the movie. I have seen it twice already. I might see it agin. Yes, its that interesting
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Head in the Clouds!

By spongemonkey
Written August 30, 2014
I loved this movie, though right off the bat i can tell you it won't be everyone's cup of tea. It is long, unconventional, demands your attention and even your desire to let yourself immerse yourself in a different kind of film and narrative. It has a great cast, all of whom show how versatile they can be in the many roles they play. I guess I feel like if you are intrigued, if it looks interesting to you, go see it. It is visually brilliant, at times funny, sad, thrilling and heartfelt. It has a thread running through it that is an important message to hear. It isn't a perfect achievement by any means, but it is worth the investment in time and money. It is high and above so many of the repeat, re-do, rehashed and sequel-laden films out there. I know this is a crap review, but who cares!? The movie hit me enough that I wanted to write this in hopes others will see it.
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