The Master

By meme6
Written July 30, 2014
This movie started out bleakly and got worse. After enduring almost 1 hour, we walked out. When we looked behind us, there were only 3 people who were staying. Don't waste your time.
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By mr.doover
Written September 30, 2012
After all the ballyhoo reviews of this movie, we were expecting something wonderful. Ha ha! Joaquin Phoenix is good in his role, but this movie is way too long, there's no plot and it is impossible to care about any of the characters. We are big Phillip Seymour Hoffman fans, but this was the worst movie we've seen in a very long time. Instead of talking about the movie plot afterwards, we compared it to the other bad movies we've seen in the last year or so. Skip it. Wish we had.
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No Blinking!

By mattyfoureyes
Written September 15, 2012
Don't worry, you won't blink if your eyes are shut and you're snoring away through this snooze-fest. Not since the equally atrocious "Atonement", or perhaps "The English Patient", has there been a crappy film to have received so much critical acclaim. None of it is deserved. "The Master" is not only not the best film of 2012, but it is one of the most overrated films of all time. Now you know.
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May not be for everyone but some fine performances from the cast...

By Dezlovesmovies
Written September 02, 2014
First off, it is good to see Joaquin Phoenix back and he did an outstanding job playing this very troubled character in the movie. He physically became so thin for this character that I almost cringed at certain points seeing him so thin. Other than that, I think his performance was fantastic and this goes the same for Phillip Seymour Hoffman. I really think they will receive Oscar nominations for their work in this film. The rest of the cast was great as well. Overall I liked the movie and recommend it for anyone who wants to see some fine acting.
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The Master

By tellumtime
Written September 23, 2012
the acting was sensational and Jaquine Phoenix should win an academy award. and very possibly Seymour Hoffman also. the story was interesting but the acting holds you throughout the movie.
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