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Ratings & Reviews

  1. Diana Vaz's rating of the film Atonement

    A movie that lives up to book. Keira Knightley and James McAvoy have great performances and the cinematography is quite beautiful, particularly the Dunkirk scene.

  2. Salma's rating of the film Atonement

    Mostly eh. The scene at Dunkirk is very beautiful and moving however - the sound of that choir is still haunting.

  3. The Mayor Of Hell's rating of the film Atonement

    Excellent mini epic. The leads are beautiful. The story tragic. Really illustrates how false accusations can really hurt everyone involved. That poor lil girl is tortured tho. Maybe warranted to a point but Man her pain never ends and will probably follow her to death and beyond.

  4. Niko Marković's rating of the film Atonement

  5. bulgrin's rating of the film Atonement

    Photography in this is outstanding, especially the immense steady-cam long-shot at the beach. The story is good too and has an interesting twist.

  6. Taufiq Hariyadi's rating of the film Atonement

  7. Ylly's rating of the film Atonement

    I hate Briony so much!!!

  8. Bob's rating of the film Atonement

    If it didn't come out in such a strong year, it would probably sweep the awards from technical to major categories. It starts as poetic painting that reaches the heights of romance drama and slowly descends into devastating war movie. Striking scenery of English countryside and drab of war-zone are masterfully captured and accompanied with one of the most creative scores that altogether seal this as an eulogy of film

  9. Sergiu Scripcă's rating of the film Atonement

    Doesn't really find anything genuinely cinematic to do with the source material until the middle section, and then 'streamlines' the book's strongest, most nuanced section, the epilogue, into just a plot twist.

  10. achille jeanne's rating of the film Atonement

    1. interprétation : 2 2. décors : 3 3. musique : 1 4. dialogues : 1.5 5. scénario : 2

  11. Arthur Freitas's rating of the film Atonement

    This film sure is far for perfect, but I can't imagine a better example of the impact and fierce of Joe Wright style. ATONEMENT perfects the ending of the ultimate McEwan novel, brings cinematic grandeur to Wright cinema and explains me why I love films.

  12. JoaoM's rating of the film Atonement

  13. Amandio Filipe Moura's rating of the film Atonement

    Wonderfully crafted emotional adaptation

  14. anacecil's rating of the film Atonement

    Una historia muy dura y triste, que atormenta toda su vida a la causante de la tragedia. Excelente actuación, dirección y escenarioss !!!!

  15. Bonnet Michel's rating of the film Atonement

  16. Sinko_ThePsiho's rating of the film Atonement

    Great story about love and imagination. the way it was filmed is different and refreshing. Great movie for the sunday after noon.

  17. ap's rating of the film Atonement

  18. Diogo Moreira's rating of the film Atonement

    Great scenarios, great screenplay. Joe Wright is big. Very beautiful, very well done. Lovely story.

  19. Thomas Dods's rating of the film Atonement

    Modern classic. Stunning visual style and excellent performances across the board. Truly poignant story of missed chances and doomed love affairs. Joe Wright has no idea how to repeat this!

  20. Bernardo_Rodrigues's rating of the film Atonement

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  22. Mr. Marston's rating of the film Atonement

  23. Chris's rating of the film Atonement

    Wow... okay first of all this movie ripped out my soul so I'm currently a hollow shell of my former self. Second, the cinematography, soundtrack, and acting (by everyone, though maybe not young adult Briony) were perfect. Third, and most importantly, it cost $0.00 to mind your OWN damn business!!!

  24. smndvdcl's rating of the film Atonement

    As an adaptation, it captures McEwan's sharp critique of pre-war social dynamics and a tragic dramatic irony that dooms the tale's protagonists. The brief scenes of war echo Wilfred Owen's poetry painted into motion picture. Knightley and McAvoy arrest the screen, and the ensemble add layer upon layer to an at times disturbing, and always deeply felt tale.

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