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Ratings & Reviews

  1. Ricardo Branco's rating of the film Looking: The Movie

  2. Arthur Freitas's rating of the film Looking: The Movie

    This is how you can do fan service that is at the same time respectful with your work and your characters.

  3. Mal du siècle's rating of the film Looking: The Movie

    Disclaimer: I did not watch the series But as an independent piece the movie was pretty bland

  4. Renton47's rating of the film Looking: The Movie

    We (the fans) asked for it and then can't help but feel disappointed when it largely feels like fan service. By its end Patrick truly becomes the centre and by nature of its existence the movie marginalises its supports. But Haigh dazzles with his framing and setting images to pop music, so I could watch those club scenes all day. Richie was too smart for this conclusion.

  5. Rui Salgado's rating of the film Looking: The Movie

    Punctuation based on the tv series too. The movie was a bit predictable because it needed to give a closure to the amazing plot of the series and the end was a bit forced. Despite that, one of the best shows, sadly underrated, with an amazing view of human relationships. Besides, beautiful ost.

  6. Rafael Zen's rating of the film Looking: The Movie

    A movie that did not need to be made for an audicence that did not want these kinds of happy endings.

  7. Caro_its's rating of the film Looking: The Movie

    Just because the tv serie needs an ending.

  8. Daniel Roque's rating of the film Looking: The Movie

    Maybe it would've worked as a 4-episode mini-season, because I don't think it's worth an hour and a half standalone movie. It doesn't provide closure to the characters - actually they almost end like they were in the end of the series - and overall it feels like a flat american-appealing version of "Weekend". It's just...meh.

  9. Diderot's rating of the film Looking: The Movie

    As with the show, the only interesting thing going on is Lauren Weedman, who gives the best performance and has the most interesting character. The rest is the kind of propaganda that requires "positive" imagery. American Crime Season 2 was closer to capturing the atmosphere of gay culture in America than this trite piece of kitsch and its preceding series.

  10. Miguel Antunes's rating of the film Looking: The Movie

    What a shame this came to an end, dom alone deserved a few more seasons at least

  11. A-N-T-O-I-N-E's rating of the film Looking: The Movie

    Une superbe fin pour une superbe série. J'ai tellement pleuré.

  12. Eeeeeeeeeee's rating of the film Looking: The Movie

  13. Patrick John's rating of the film Looking: The Movie

    the camera work is fantastic!!! that scene with Ritchie and Patrick kissing and the mirror and Perfume genius playing in the background was perf. So much is happening in this film in both form and the narrative. A genius!

  14. pandakuma's rating of the film Looking: The Movie

    it's like a good proper closure for a so-so but memorable relationship.

  15. Aardsy's rating of the film Looking: The Movie

  16. Luís Silva's rating of the film Looking: The Movie

    Very sweet and a good (and predictable) finale for a TV serie. Sadly it is very poor compared to the series. Is good to give you closure.

  17. jxn's rating of the film Looking: The Movie

    of course it's all about patrick again. oh well, it'll do i guess.

  18. Muhamad Tegar Pratama Putra's rating of the film Looking: The Movie

    A good conclusion for underrated show

  19. Waxamillion's rating of the film Looking: The Movie

    Looking: The Movie's dialogue was spot on. Haigh & Lannan brought the feeling of The Weekend into this film. If you followed the series this is a beautiful farewell. I hope that this is not the end of team Haigh & Lannan. Looking is San Francisco; the size & incestuous groups, love stories, architecture, love, hate, constantly wanting to leave while fighting to stay feeling that is San Francisco. Goodbye Looking.