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Ratings & Reviews

  1. Catarina Silva's rating of the film Free Fire

  2. Mario Tomchev's rating of the film Free Fire

    I think I could never dislike a thing Wheatley or A24 do, but I sure miss the lo/wow-fi tones of A Field in England.

  3. Ozu_Teapot's rating of the film Free Fire

  4. Moses Lumpkin's rating of the film Free Fire

  5. pluviosity's rating of the film Free Fire

    you can't see which bullet shoots who, the line was blur between friend and enemy, just like how Ord's suaveness keep taking my breath out, but I can't help rooting for Chris. But the story didn't got any further than that, it's just entertainment.

  6. Nathan Silva's rating of the film Free Fire

    The first half hour I was totally on board: great dialogues, cool style, nice build up. Then the shooting starts and it was pretty much downhill from there. God awful editing with an over abundance of cuts made the whole thing too confusing for me to care.

  7. Django's rating of the film Free Fire

    A noble experiment in minimalist plotting that doesn't quite work.

  8. MarcusArcus's rating of the film Free Fire

  9. Diderot's rating of the film Free Fire

    This is almost a very good movie with a delightful cast, but much of it is just boring.

  10. Tiago Gonçalves's rating of the film Free Fire

  11. Nancarrow's rating of the film Free Fire

    perfect distillation of the medium. no bullshit, binders, or sweeteners. pure cinema

  12. Zach Closs's rating of the film Free Fire

    When I first started making little movies of my own, all I wanted to do was stage ridiculous, silly shootouts. The joyous, boyish, oh-well-fuck-it-then energy of "Free Fire" had me thinking fondly of my teens, equipped with a camcorder, After Effects, air-compressed squibs and plenty of air-soft guns. The characters are huge, the dialogue is snappy, and at a taut, fat-free 91 minutes, it makes the most of its set-up.

  13. Samuel Andrade's rating of the film Free Fire

  14. J. O.'s rating of the film Free Fire

    A sort-of original mash-up of wholly unoriginal elements. Points for the all-star cast, the offbeat tone, and the John Denver. Points removed for somehow creating a confusing geography in a single room, and the predictability of everything. Plays out like Quentin Tarantino directed the sniper standoff in Enemy At The Gates. Ben Wheatley is always interesting, but could've done better.

  15. jessetaylor's rating of the film Free Fire

    This movie is riddled with bullets, but everyone had maybe 4% accuracy. Just goes to show that humans are too stupid to have guns, but when they do in a Ben Wheatley film it's a high-wire act from start to finish. Such great genre entertainment.

  16. muh.'s rating of the film Free Fire

    Wheatly, one of those filmmakers whose ideas I usually like but who often seem to underwhelm. A shootout movie set in a single location should have a better command of camera to avoid the "wait! who's that? what happened?!" moments. But the thing I feel the most sorry for is the lack of the comedic bite, the black variety of course. It seems to teeter on wanting to be as absurd and black but fails to succeed.

  17. Cbarky99's rating of the film Free Fire

    "that's why I appreciate the arts...you know? Because if it wasn't for them, then all we're doing is just...this."

  18. Ilona Buffet's rating of the film Free Fire

    Fun but not quite my tempo

  19. Ann Burden's rating of the film Free Fire

  20. OLIVER-J's rating of the film Free Fire

    a soft 3 for me. once the bullets start firing it held my attention and there were a couple standout moments but for what it is, it could've been more fun. that said Sharlto Copley definitely the standout for me. I keep giving Ben Wheatley's films a chance but I'm always kinda ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

  21. Louis Léonard's rating of the film Free Fire

  22. dalena's rating of the film Free Fire

    i enjoy the idea that most black market exchanges are handled with a clunky, amateur air

  23. †. Kennedy Pope's rating of the film Free Fire

    Ben Wheatley takes the indie shoot 'em up film that's been commonplace for the past 30 years and pokes fun of it gloriously. If you're in the mood for something as intentionally shallow as a kiddie pool, this is a great watch.

  24. Joao Francisco Pinho's rating of the film Free Fire

    Um excelente filme onde num único espaço físico é explorado de forma cativante e engraçada os lados mais engraçados do ser humano.

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