An exploration of how the actions of individual lives impact one another in the past, present and future, as one soul is shaped from a killer into a hero, and an act of kindness ripples across centuries to inspire a revolution
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Critics Of "Cloud Atlas"
Eye for Film
September 26, 2013 This is a film that will be enjoyed most by people who haven't seen many other films.Read in Source
May 10, 2016 Despite its shortcomings, it's worth seeing and worth trying to get your head around days after you have. Revolutionary or gimmicky? Good news: Not quite either.Read in Source
August 06, 2014 When the narratives are formally compared as an expression of karma and reincarnation, the juxtaposition is vacuous.Read in Source
February 20, 2013 A film which piles on the action, the romance, the philosophical inquiry and the silly accents until the viewer is left punch-drunk and reeling. Seriously, what's not to love?Read in Source
October 26, 2012 For all the spectacular settings and visionary designs, Cloud Atlas left me feeling disconnectedRead in Source
Christian Science Monitor
October 26, 2012 The result is maddening, exasperating, occasionally exhilarating -- and mostly boring.Read in Source
April 09, 2016 This is the Bermuda Triangle of sci-fi - where logic and clarity vanish without a trace.Read in Source
October 28, 2012 They key to successfully absorbing the movie may be in not trying to overthink what's on screen.Read in Source
The New Republic
June 14, 2013 Whatever your age, even if life is an ocean made up of many drops, you may resolve that life is too short for this errant nonsense.Read in Source
October 26, 2012 An eminently peculiar mismatch of substance and form, like a Hallmark card written by David Foster Wallace.Read in Source
June 21, 2016 We normally can't see dead people, but that doesn't mean they're not like threads disappearing below a tapestry's surface and resurfacing elsewhere. A clarification of sorts.Read in Source
Country: United States
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
Twelve years after the tragic death of their little girl, a dollmaker and his wife welcome a nun and several girls from a shuttered orphanage into ...