Worth The 2+ Hour Time!!!!

By flip07tx
Written June 24, 2016
This film illustrates a story of a father and son over a span of 2 generations. Although it was a long feature, the directors/writers did really well with tying the story line together. The story is about a fathers and sons, as well as their trans-generational connection. I enjoyed this film a lot because Mendes, Gosling and Cooper (main characters) played each role so well! Just hang on until the end and you the film gives you proper closure!! A+!
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Impressive.

By chris1103
Written May 04, 2016
I really enjoyed this film, especially the acting. The story telling was fluid and quick. It is 2 hours and 20 minutes long, but it goes by quickly. It is not as good as Silver Linings Playbook, but yet it is still a pretty good movie. I give it a B+
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boring

By sheblueyes
Written May 26, 2016
the teen actors overacting and ryan gosling was not good in this and he loooks like **** as a blonde and as for that eva she sucks at acting stupid ***movie
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Brilliant. Moving.

By castellano21
Written February 12, 2016
TPBTP is a haunting display of how the sins of a father are visited upon their sons. This movie is not paced like your typical Hollywood whiz-bang film, it is a thoughtful, sensitive portrayal of real life characters coping inside each of their lives. I highly recommend seeing this as an alternative to a barely 3D old dinosaur movie.
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Meandering and uninteresting

By Gareborn
Written March 01, 2015
Although the actors in the film do a fantastic job, I did not find it very enjoyable to watch. It seemed to drag on quite a while. In fact, when the credits rolled my fellow moviegoer to my left said "Halleluia." I typically enjoy or find something interesting in most movies I see, unfortunately this one I could not. I often asked myself during the film what the point of the movie was. By the end, I was trying to review in my mind what the filmmaker wanted to say or what the message was, but there just didn't seem to be one. Skip it or see it on video if you are curious.
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