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Ratings & Reviews

  1. Ethan's rating of the film Invincible

    This is a really powerful film that chronicles the excess and hypocrisy of Nazi Germany. Tim Roth gives an intense performance as well.

  2. Fabio Osvaldo Carta's rating of the film Invincible

  3. nejurgi's rating of the film Invincible

    i can see werner in this

  4. Algitya's rating of the film Invincible

    Yep, the lead might looks unsuitable. But the purpose make it tolerable.

  5. Kelly Ricardo's rating of the film Invincible

    Man, that whole chunk of film with Tim Roth is great. Everything else, though? Very flawed and awkward. Except the soundtrack and cinematography. Some terribly monotonous acting and unearned over-sentimentality. They had Udo Kier! Why didn't they use him properly?!

  6. AKFilmFan's rating of the film Invincible

    With the contrasting performances of its two leads, an unconventional and surprising story, and overall mythical quality gives this Herzog film its wondrous appeal.

  7. Melanost's rating of the film Invincible

    Herzog's best. Dialogue, acting, location, setting. An utter masterpiece. Sure it may have been better being honest on language geographically and historically but ... er...well...er. As it goes this film is one of Werner Herzog's favorites and he was a little mystified by it's relatively poor reception.

  8. Joel's rating of the film Invincible

    This for me was honestly the worst Herzog film I've seen. Granted there was the traditional appeals to Werner of a strange outsider who winds up doing something great and there were some nice nature shots but the story was lob-sided. The acting was terrible and simply the flow was so choppy. Not a fan.

  9. film_lies101's rating of the film Invincible

    I would have liked this better if the actors were not stumbling through English.

  10. Edna Sweetlove's rating of the film Invincible

    A really good film, which I had never previously heard of. It kept me awake till 3.15am.

  11. Christopher R. Smith's rating of the film Invincible

    Werner Herzog's offbeat historical fable is wholly unique and very interesting, but ultimately disappointing. An incredible true story and some very memorable visual imagery aside, it's slow-paced and far too long. The performances are uneven - Tim Roth is a standout, and Udo Kier is a lot of fun in a small role, but much of the cast is strangely stiff and amateurish. Definitely one of Herzog's lesser films.