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  1. mpho3's rating of the film Christine

    "Hall’s turn as Chubbuck — gangly, dark-haired, passionate, obsessive and more than a bit strange — is some of her best work to date, and Christine finally allows the reliably wonderful actress a chance to shine in a very tricky part. Chubbuck’s fate is one that still seems discomfitingly applicable to modern society." - Kate Erbland, IndieWire. 3.5 stars

  2. Graveyard Poet's rating of the film Christine

    3 stars for Rebecca Hall's compelling portrayal of the complicated emotions struggling beneath Christine Chubbuck's detached demeanor. 1 star for the flat ending which negates any lasting catharsis or pain that might have connected or resonated with the viewer.

  3. Ash's rating of the film Christine

    A powerful film that really spoke to me on a personal level. Probably one of the most honest depictions of mental illness i've ever seen on film. Christine reminds me so much of myself it was, at times, difficult to watch.

  4. Ana Sousa's rating of the film Christine

    It wasn't an easy task to re-enact this story that ends up revolving around sensationalism without using any sensationalism at all, but Campos made it effortlessly. Rebecca Hall is a true goddess. Maria Dizzia and Michael C. Hall are incredible too. Christine will haunt me forever.

  5. Giuseppe R.'s rating of the film Christine

    The acting of Rebecca Hall is the strength of the film. Camus directs in a balanced way and manages to perfectly describe the drama of the protagonist.

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  7. Sara Gaspar's rating of the film Christine

    This gave me 2 hours of anxiety.

  8. CarlosEsquives's rating of the film Christine

    Película que atrae por la historia a la que hace alusión. "Christine" sigue a una protagonista muy atractiva. Sus precedentes, manías y circunstancias en las que está envuelta la torna una bomba de tiempo por excelencia. Es interesante también la aparición de la madre, en principio, como si se tratase de una roommate, lo que hace precario el panorama íntimo de la protagonista. Lástima que tome una ruta convencional.

  9. Christopher McQuain's rating of the film Christine

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  11. Rocketeam's rating of the film Christine

    Holy mackerel, how did this film pass so unnoticed? Rebecca Hall is bone-chilling fantastic!

  12. adrianafeder's rating of the film Christine

    Imaginei que o filme fosse exploração da tragédia, corroborando com o sensacionalismo que a frustava profissionalmente. Mas "Christine" é sutil e revela que existe uma boa história por trás da história. A cena do jantar que culmina em terapia em grupo é um ótimo retrato de como podem ser danosas ações bem intencionadas de pessoas com pouca aptidão/ sensibilidade p/ lidar com quem está em sofrimento emocional

  13. Rocco's rating of the film Christine

    Rebecca Hall is spectacular and the lack of attention her performance got still stings me to this day. Unfortunately, Campos really fumbles the handling of Chubbuck's suicide. By showing the act in gory detail and focusing on the half-formed message of the piece instead of ending when she commits the act, his film ends on an exploitative note that feels like an insult to the woman at its center.

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  16. Nathan Silva's rating of the film Christine

    The sad truth is that her suicide was literally the only interesting thing about this woman's life. Rebecca Hall did an amazing job though.

  17. rulesofachia's rating of the film Christine

    This movie made me cry. Rebecca Hall is so good! :')

  18. ryan brennan's rating of the film Christine

    This film stands at the intersection of exploitative / sensationalistic media, mental illness, and the Nixon trial. However, Campos doesn't seem to find the thread that holds these themes together narratively, and because of this, the film is completely hinged to Hall's performance. Ultimately, she delivers, but the film does not.

  19. wi.bi's rating of the film Christine

    what a strong performance from Rebecca Hall!

  20. nietzschicharonsky's rating of the film Christine

  21. kubrickhallway's rating of the film Christine

    A stunning look at depression, social disorder and compromise. Rebecca Hall’s performance is the best of 2016, supported by picture-perfect costume and set design. Campos delivers his best film yet - flirting with exploitation and repeating himself.

  22. Levi Miah's rating of the film Christine

    Christine - far more concerned with the slow burning development of mental illness than sensationalism - successfully captures it's real life subject with compassion and understanding. The writer's own experience with depression makes the film almost autobiographical. Campos' empathy for Christine shows through and his influences from classics like Akerman to contemporaries like PTA shine without feeling ripped off.

  23. Huey McEvoy's rating of the film Christine

    During it's first half you're convinced you have found the great overlooked film of 2016: the colours and the framing and the smart dialogue... it all zips along like PTA scripted by Aaron Sorkin. But it seems to lose something halfway through, with deepening pacing and construction problems. Yet it never takes away from Rebecca Hall's astonishing performance.

  24. Matt Richards's rating of the film Christine

    A powerful and every bit as relevant now as it was then study on ethics, mental illness, workplace pressure and the push for graphic, sensationalism within the media. 4 stars

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