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Ratings & Reviews

  1. Mr.Pacha's rating of the film Jeremiah Johnson

  2. Graveyard Poet's rating of the film Jeremiah Johnson

    Scenic location shots but Redford constantly battling the Crow tribe does not make for much of a story.

  3. Joel's rating of the film Jeremiah Johnson

    A nice little precursor to the likes of the Revenant. Some fine 70s cinematography and a celebration of the great out doors. Perhaps it's artful strength as negating narrative for image is also it's weakness as there lacks any concept to hold it compellingly together. Nevertheless a grand flick an a beautiful outlier in the 70s american western fare.

  4. William's rating of the film Jeremiah Johnson

    3.5 Utah is quite a place.

  5. Dalibor's rating of the film Jeremiah Johnson

    Overly-polished for a legit adventure film, it's basically relying on attractive scenery and a handful of peculiar characters to stage one man's alienation from society. During the time he's trying to fight his way through naive melodrama, keeping a continuously confused and/or bored face (and sleek haircut) just to end up in a dull full-circle of a plot.

  6. SiIencio's rating of the film Jeremiah Johnson

    Bucolic rather than tragic. Pollack is more inclined to romanticize the perils of Jeremiah Johnson in the wild rather than dealing with a crude reality on the ground. Redford is perhaps too much of a manicured blonde to be taken seriously. This is nothing more than a well-intended pastoral western with neat and tidy photography and sanitized action. Too much of a Sunday afternoon flick.

  7. J.J. 'Jake' Gittes's rating of the film Jeremiah Johnson

    "Even the most devout person cannot live in peace, if his nasty neighbor won’t allow it.” (Friedrich Schiller, Wilhelm Tell). A man is fed-up with ordinary life, walks away, up to the mountains and wants to be left alone. But then everything turns out differently: violence, savagery and neverending bitter fights. No peace. Nethertheless, a very melancholic, poetic and calm movie, beautifully shot. Pollack & Redford!

  8. Brooke Naomi's rating of the film Jeremiah Johnson

    gorgeous but wildly racist and inaccurate views of native americans makes it almost impossible to watch

  9. Jamie Scott-Dyson's rating of the film Jeremiah Johnson

    A beautiful and calm film. Nothing is pressed. Just one happening flowing into the next. The quiet tone of it allows you to feel Johnson's cold and weary isolation. Another great 70's western exploring the true nature of the wild west. 4/5

  10. Federico Di Folco's rating of the film Jeremiah Johnson

    Western atipico che tratta diversi temi interessanti: la fuga dalla civiltà,il difficile rapporto tra bianchi e indiani,il rispetto delle culture.Un film difficile ma ben riuscito,con una regia sobria ed una sceneggiatura minimalista e meticolosa allo stesso tempo.Complimenti a Pollack,soprattutto per la gestione dei dialoghi,degli spazi e delle ambientazioni:una pellicola cult per gli amanti del genere.4*

  11. Luca Taurini's rating of the film Jeremiah Johnson

    Jeremiah Johnson è un western che inaugura una nuova visione del rapporto tra bianchi ed indiani, dove tutti sembrano essere nel giusto. Monumentale la fotografica e la colonna sonora che accompagna lo spettatore per tutto il viaggio. Una perla da non perdere per ogni appassionato del genere.

  12. grotescsetorg's rating of the film Jeremiah Johnson

  13. Mark Garrett's rating of the film Jeremiah Johnson

    Nothing short of the creation of legend. The process of icon-making, the backstory. The lowly, unwieldy beginnings through great tragedy, and an eventual, persevering defense of one's own convictions and way of life.

  14. Jack Hemingway's rating of the film Jeremiah Johnson

    really liked this one, even though i thought the cinematography could have been better. imagine if Malick had done this..