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  1. Moh'd Rashed Ajlouni's rating of the film Network

    thoughtful and powerful, a real portrayal of the media industry with it's eloquent delivery of dark humor

  2. William R Clark's rating of the film Network

    God bless Sidney Lumet for his bold attempt to mount such an incessantly obnoxious screenplay on his humanistic pedestal, it's amazing, giving the pedantic nature of this entire affair, that some of the characters actually come across as humans.

  3. jonrock411's rating of the film Network

    Geez, 1976 had this, All The President’s Men, and Taxi Driver? And they all lost to Rocky?  A hauntingly prescient story full of masters, both in front of and behind the camera.   Peter Finch is amazing.

  4. Duarte Ferreira's rating of the film Network

    4.5/5 - As sharp of a satirical razor blade today as it was back in the seventies. Cuts right through the post-cold war turmoil and political scandals of the time to bring forth all the socioeconomic alienation of the common american people, who vented all of their troubles and doubts into the little, green-colored square box around which their entire living rooms converged around. This is cinema as a weapon!

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  8. Inteleter's rating of the film Network

    Fantastic. Performances are very strong from the entire cast and the message of the film is one that is still quite relevant. Definitely one of the best satires of all time.

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  10. Gia de Almeida's rating of the film Network

    It walks the very fine line between complete ridiculousness and politics, satire and drama without ever losing balance and track of where it wants to go. It's scary how relevant this remains. I guess human beings haven't evolved much, huh.

  11. Semaj Rose's rating of the film Network

    A movie that is more and more relevant by the day, and that scares me.

  12. Danny Mansfield's rating of the film Network

    Sharp script and eerily still relevant today. I think I was expecting a bit more than what I got out of the film, though.

  13. Bob's rating of the film Network

    Before "Talk Radio" there was a movie that used TV media as a tool for sociological observations and beyond. It was not only about everyday habits of the casual viewer, but it also reached behind a curtain - only to present a world without nations, countries or ideology. And it managed to conclude it in self-ironic dark humor where jokes are on entertainers and those who are entertained.

  14. xavierpeypoch's rating of the film Network

    A rare film that was originally a great comedy, until we stopped laughing, because it all came true. Very interesting to watch in this Trump era.

  15. DenoResandono's rating of the film Network

    This the second time I watched this movie. In the first viewing, I think NETWORK is a satire to television program & its world. Faye Dunaway, William Holden, Peter Finch, & Robert Duvall did a terrific job in this movie. Together they could showed us the ugly side of television. Then came the second viewing and it more frightened me. Because everything that happened in NETWORK came true. It's some sort of premonition

  16. pluviosity's rating of the film Network

    The cinematography is just amazing, and the lack of any humane reaction in any situation is probably the most chilling of all. It's amazing how this story about 'tube' turned out to be still matter even 40+ years later.

  17. shonenknifeplay's rating of the film Network

    I'm a human being, goddamnit! My life has value!

  18. Egoisms's rating of the film Network

    The apotheosis of the soap opera.

  19. JCPJD's rating of the film Network

    I came to the film with a lot of expectations, so was bound to be disappointed. It's probably better than my first impressions and deserving of another look. I was not taken by the performances and felt nothing for the characters; nor did I find the satire all that clever.

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  21. Dan Kenneth Gigernes's rating of the film Network

    A deeply disturbing prediction of what is happening behind the scenes at TV stations today. It could be seen as a black satire, but feels more like a real-life drama now. It is full of great dialogue and memorable quotes with some strong acting especially from the men and Beatrice Straight has a fantastic scene. Faye Dunaway is a little overrated here though but gorgeous as always.

  22. James Mackin's rating of the film Network

    In all honesty, this is one of the best movies I've ever seen.

  23. De La Ghetto's rating of the film Network

    The acting, the screenplay, and especially the monologues. This is an important movie for me and my life. It articulates something about the experience of being human in the modern age..something deep in the pit of my stomach, maybe our collective stomach, that is both so easy and so hard to put into language. Well, at least for me. It knows something of at least my experience, my stomach.

  24. Nachtreich's rating of the film Network

    ☆☆ e mezzo, ma manco più di tanto.

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