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  1. grotesc's rating of the film Fearless

  2. DenoResandono's rating of the film Fearless

    It's hard to believe this is an underrated movie from director Peter Weir. I loved the idea of FEARLESS. It's about a man who believes he's invulnerable. The nuance/atmosphere kinda reminds me of some Ingmar Bergman's movie. I loved the theme about a someone who try to find his/her-self. FEARLESS give a lot of life lesson. Thanks God, it didn't feel too preachy. I'm shocked Jeff Bridges didn't won an Oscar in here...

  3. lylatfox's rating of the film Fearless

    Very Ballardian in its essence, and somehow manages to depict the themes prevalent in the author's novels much better than any film adaptations (Cronenburg's 'Crash' and Wheatley's 'High Rise'). Great performance by Jeff Bridges.

  4. FISCHER's rating of the film Fearless

    Sujet passionnant remarquablement interprété, mais à la fin bien trop bâclée...

  5. spasmolytic's rating of the film Fearless

    They don't make em like this anymore.

  6. Addy K.'s rating of the film Fearless

    What could have been only a story of grief and trauma, FEARLESS manages to also dramatize Dreyer's transcendentalism and Bergman's sobriety. There is a tension between writer Rafael Yglesias' investigation of faith in the modern world and Peter Weir's longstanding interest in human culture (LAST WAVE, WITNESS). But whenever this threatens to sublimate the core idea of man's futility, the superb craftsmanship redeems.

  7. L. Nolan's rating of the film Fearless

    Takes you where you don't want to go - but glad you went.. If it's intense, it's because it is.

  8. Michael Zyx MH Claes's rating of the film Fearless

    One of the best performances of Jeff Bridges'career (Starman, The Baker Brothers, True Grit, Crazy Heart)

  9. Tigrão's rating of the film Fearless

    Jeff Bridges owns the screen with every inch of his soul in this film. What an incredible yet subtle performance.

  10. Zach Closs's rating of the film Fearless

    Weir often obscures the tragedy and distances us from it, finding a curious serenity in moments that ought to be chaotic and horrifying. He carefully draws our attention to the subtleties of nature, or the peculiarities of people, rather than the carnage itself. A film full of breezy, dreamlike trances that perfectly capture Klein's awakening and heightened awareness. A fascinating meditation on mortality.

  11. HeadGEAR's rating of the film Fearless

    An overlooked movie from the 90s.

  12. mjgildea's rating of the film Fearless

    2 1/2 out of 5 stars. Great premise with dull acting. I got a tad misty even if it was badly dated. Things went to hell once Jeff Bridges became the wacky Why Not guy buying Christmas presents for his dead dad & smashing his car into a wall and a lot of things (like the kid hanging at his house constantly) didn't get fleshed out. Young Benicio Del Toro was great though. Not a total waste, just don't expect much.

  13. Whyte Nite's rating of the film Fearless

    Bottom line: if you want to watch it just because Peter Weir directed it (like I did), don't bother.

  14. Spencer Neale's rating of the film Fearless

    cool premise, terrible execution. slow, meandering, boring (and I LOVE slow meandering flicks) Fuck rosie perez is so annoying in this film

  15. Amadeus Magnus's rating of the film Fearless

    Final Destination with wild strawberries.

  16. willythesalesman's rating of the film Fearless

    this movie could have been great based on its premise, but it's only the beginning and the end that seems mediated. There is almost nothing to appreciate but a redundant plot for the rest of the movie.

  17. Dzimas's rating of the film Fearless

    Was Weir trying to say something?

  18. nargs_au's rating of the film Fearless

    really enjoyed this film i remember all the hype about it when i was growing up about time i finally realised why :)

  19. Jay Raskin's rating of the film Fearless

    I remember it being quite depressing. It was Bergmanesque in its seriousness.