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  1. Victor Morosoff's rating of the film Julieta

  2. Amandio Filipe Moura's rating of the film Julieta

    Another great film by Almodóvar

  3. belemir's rating of the film Julieta

  4. janice.hughes's rating of the film Julieta

    This sad and engaging film takes you into the world of Julieta of a life lived in suspended memories that cannot vanquish the pain of her past and of her estranged daughter. Incredible performances in Almodovar's poignant film of the intricacies and misunderstandings of everyday family life.

  5. Didier Pigeon-Perreault's rating of the film Julieta

    Elle a vraiment beaucoup d'pairs de lunettes fumées

  6. malachiesipucheala94's rating of the film Julieta

  7. Matthew Martens's rating of the film Julieta

    A fine and sturdy adaptation, well-made, well-mannered, and, well, moving, with two equally exceptional leads as one lady grappling with layers of guilt and loss. (Can one grapple with a layer? Never mind.) Yet it's missing something. Two things, actually: the animating essences of its equally exceptional co-authors, Munro and Almodovar, which neither appear nor combust.

  8. Laura Murtinha's rating of the film Julieta

  9. pandakuma's rating of the film Julieta

  10. Justwibi's rating of the film Julieta

    beutifully heartbreaking.

  11. bitterMoo's rating of the film Julieta

    hell of a storyteller Almodovar is! and these colors again I can't resist :-)

  12. Bonnet Michel's rating of the film Julieta

  13. Stefan Stefan's rating of the film Julieta

  14. angelicidea's rating of the film Julieta

  15. dalena's rating of the film Julieta

    I've been thinking about what it could be like to be a mother, what it is like to be a woman, what it is like to be a person and how they bleed into each other like organs. to sacrifice and to desire, to desire and to sacrifice in each their own intricate forms of manifesting. sometimes tender, sometimes loud, sometimes unknowingly it becomes a quiet and violent language that is innocent and erotic and shameless.

  16. Aida's rating of the film Julieta

    had this not been directed by pedro it would have been very bad. screenplay is at fault.

  17. Jugu Abraham's rating of the film Julieta

    The brilliance of the film does not belong to the director Almodovar or to Emma Suarez' amazing interpretation of the older Julieta ; it belongs to the Nobel prize winning author Alice Munro. Almodovar had merely adapted the stories of Nobel Prize winning Canadian author Alice Munro. It is like viewing a filmed version of a modern day Dostoyevsky without the religion and Russian connections.

  18. Matt Richards's rating of the film Julieta

    Back in fine form. Almodvar restates himself with bold confidence in the first velvet-red draped frame. Neurosis and family and trying to escape our genetic predispositions. Something goes a little amiss in the last 3rd but it's easily forgiven. 4 stars

  19. Carlos Filipe Freitas's rating of the film Julieta

    The dazzling cinematography by Jean-Claude Larrieu was the only outstanding feature since Almodovar lacked the ability to explore his own script in a way to escape the conventional.

  20. Joe Bowman's rating of the film Julieta

    The most instantly forgettable film I've seen in a long time.

  21. Victoria L.'s rating of the film Julieta

    Sure it's a delightful watch, but not in an engaging way. You may find yourself pondering other stuff or getting caught up on a tiny, cute detail of the background. Although it stays true to Almodovar's all too female cinematic experience, it lacks nerve and climax. That is noticeable from the very beginning but is emphasized by the movie's ending.

  22. Mario Tomchev's rating of the film Julieta

    at least they were beautiful... so beautiful

  23. Christopher McQuain's rating of the film Julieta

  24. Sean Patrick Stevens's rating of the film Julieta

    Munro's stories fit like a glove in the Almodovar universe! Great to see Darío Grandinetti again and actresses, of course deliver in spades but it's the way the well-modulated story insinuates itself into your mind and your emotions, which I think I like best.

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