• Released
  • November 25, 2011
  • (*Special re-release on 05/11/12)
  • PG-13 , 1 hr 40 min
  • Art House/Foreign
The Artist Synopsis
The use of sound in cinema affects two silent-film stars in different ways.
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Movie Reviews

Surprisingly excellent

By scottschneider07
I only heard about this movie because I worked as a video tech at an event where the trailer for the film was played. Other than that, I never saw any advertisement for it. The trailer intrigued me,...

The Artist

By cina-ma
Kudos to the writer/director for one of the most creative, lovely, movies in years!!! The engaging story and actors, even "in silence" made the time fly by. The movie is funny and charming,...


By edjhen
Beautifully acted and directed. Could have moved faster, but it was a pleasure to enjoy the technique and that it was so poignant despite the fact that there was no dialogue....

The Artist

By ehlittlefield
LOVED it. It has style, wit, excellence, beauty. What a triumph in an otherwise grim time for movies. It proves movies can be original and vital. V. exciting for everyone....

The Artist best so far

By chixpeas
I almost skipped seeing The Artist thinking it would be too 'arty' or I would tire of the lack of dialogue or black and white format. However, none of my assumptions played out. I'm glad we saw The...

A Magical Step Back in Time

By cbalaban
This film has the look and feel of the silent era, with a wonderful score. I was not expecting that it would be largely a silent movie, and I think the concept and execution were incredibly creative....

There are no words to describe this

By HoodCritic1
Other than "timeless," "powerful," "graceful" and that is only the words that are coming off the top of my head. Michel Hazanavicius made a movie about how powerful and underrated the silent film and...

Art Intimates Life

By grimesgolden1
the Artist like Hugo is a praiseworthy movie and a lamentation on the end of movies. While it stands as a story of the early days of talking pictures, it also seems to be saying we are heading...

The Artist

By seemovierun
A lot more style than substance, but worth seeing. The silent movie trick wears thin after a while, but here is some stunning cinematography. The dog steals the show....

The Artist Review

By Selah4Jah
This is one of the most original and brilliant films I have seen in a very long time. I was worried at first that I wouldn't be able to sit and focus for an hour and forty minutes because it's a...

More Info

Rated PG-13 | For A disturbing image and a crude gesture.
What Parents Need to Know
Common Sense Media says Loving tribute to silent films has a few tense moments.
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