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Ratings & Reviews

  1. malachiesipucheala94's rating of the film Goat

  2. Justwibi's rating of the film Goat

    a lil bit weak in the first but the tense is nice in the middle. the rest just.... wew

  3. Carl Penguin's rating of the film Goat

  4. muh.'s rating of the film Goat

    Guantanamo Bay style college frolicks.

  5. mrpasquali's rating of the film Goat

    Great beginning but not a very good end. A movie about masculinity in our age.

  6. Disa's rating of the film Goat

    let the fucking goat live!!!!

  7. MarcusArcus's rating of the film Goat

  8. virginwolf's rating of the film Goat

    badly dramatized softcore FraternityX

  9. Barış Akpınar's rating of the film Goat

  10. Viginti_tres's rating of the film Goat

    Contrary to Richard Linklater's suggestion a house full of males fuelled by alcohol, testosterone and competative oneupsmanship is not the foundation of a utopian society. Who knew? Clearly none of the pledges. The most interesting part of the premise is that these people opt-in to the punishment, but ultimately that is underexplored.

  11. Diderot's rating of the film Goat

    I don't come away from this movie with any sense of these people at all. Everyone more or less does a decent job of acting (except for Nick Jonas who, as always, is inauthentic down to the smallest facial tic), but the narrative is too stridently in service to an idea or an indictment. The opening sequence is nice.

  12. opandadodavid's rating of the film Goat

  13. Alcock Hitchfred's rating of the film Goat

    Toxic masculinity and loathsome "bro culture" is an important topic. Nightmarish and impactful.

  14. jxn's rating of the film Goat

  15. Daniela's rating of the film Goat

    theoretically it could've been interesting, but the execution falls super flat

  16. smndvdcl's rating of the film Goat

    Under-rated. I will gladly explain why this film is well above average if contested. One of the most potent explorations of masculinity in modern cinema and the alpha male fratboy paradigm. A damning indictment on the idolatry of machismo and problematic notions of brotherhood.

  17. lepetitjermey's rating of the film Goat

    squad goals! (in all seriousness, calling this a movie about "masculinity" is frankly insulting; this is about mental illness)

  18. Michael Peer's rating of the film Goat

    Riveting and authentic, Goat is one of the most engaging and unforgettable experiences from the 2016 Sundance Film Festival. Paramount wisely picked this gem up: a no holds bared, unrelenting character dissection. Goat perfectly depicts the milieu of fraternity and college life. It's dark tale about masculinity, security, and acceptance and what it means to be a brother. Captivating and electric.