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Ratings & Reviews

  1. msmichel's rating of the film Denial

    A fairly solid script by David Hare, adapting Deborah Lipstadt's book, and committed performances by the lead cast barely compensate for the film's lackluster direction. Subject matter this powerful deserved a more worthy vehicle. Weisz, Spall and Wilkinson all give memorable turns here.

  2. James Mackin's rating of the film Denial

    This is really a three star movie, but I just love seeing Holocaust deniers getting shut down.

  3. Stephane Tanaka's rating of the film Denial

    "where is the proof" she said at first. We're still waiting... If they wanted to discredit the revisionist cause, they totally failed haha.

  4. bluette's rating of the film Denial

    I wanted more in terms of history.

  5. Daniel Grudsky's rating of the film Denial

    2,5 lo mejor es el reparto y que esta basada en hechos reales....el resto un docu/drama típico....

  6. smndvdcl's rating of the film Denial

    Very deserving of a biopic - absolutely gripping. One of the most toxic ideologies in contemporary society is holocaust denial. The fact that Irving attempted to libel Lipstadt is unconscionable. When someone of high intellect persuasively defends a blatant falsity, and whose career is defined by expertise in denying one of history's worst genocides, it can only be motivated by an anti-Semitic, pro-fascist agenda.

  7. gabriela.mstoica's rating of the film Denial

    Sorry Thimothy, u look like Trump.

  8. Sophie Wilson Wardman's rating of the film Denial

    nothing exciting here but the real life story is interesting.

  9. Tigrão's rating of the film Denial

    Stylistically and visually, it's a very formulaic film, but the subject matter was fascinating and Timothy Spall gave an insane performance. Just listen to his work on the real David Irving's voice and you'll see the mark of a great actor.

  10. The Mayor Of Hell's rating of the film Denial

    it's ok, seems rather neutered. Felt like it could have been done better, which is never a good way to leave a movie feeling. The historiography was barely touched on and when it was, irving's interpretation of why bodies were gassed, it was exhilarating. Andrew Scott is very good, look forward to seeing him in more things