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  1. Justin Frujine's rating of the film Roar

    Captivating close-up, detailed animal-related interaction and imagery, weak family movie-type plot, dialogue and acting.

  2. Tudor Rachieru's rating of the film Roar

  3. Steve G.'s rating of the film Roar

    OK, Tippi, we get it. The Birds weren't dangerous enough.

  4. swordofdoom's rating of the film Roar

    unforgettable and totally nutso

  5. Louis Léonard's rating of the film Roar

  6. SpacePirate's rating of the film Roar

    What a bizarre film. I give it 4 stars bc it really has to be seen to be believed that someone would put their wife and daughter in jeopardy of being killed for the sake of animal conservation. The film is shot beautifully on location and adds to the rather plotless films value. A real headscratcher, but def entertaining

  7. Ryan327's rating of the film Roar

    Maybe the most batshit crazy movie I've ever seen. How did no one die?

  8. John H. Nomedal's rating of the film Roar

    I felt a constant unease watching lions, tigers, jaugars, cheetas and even elephants mingle with the humans cast in this movie. The story or plot isnt the pageturner factor here but the way the animals play viciousy with them. Roar is an extreme display on how far"animal lovers"will go to make commercial art of something that are more lethal and primal than they ever can fathom.Thumbs up to the daring DP Jan De Bont!

  9. alucarda's rating of the film Roar

    what in the fuck there's really a lot here to draw some insights from, probably, like what the fuck, and look at this megalomaniac somehow subjecting his willing family and a whole film crew to great bodily harm, or the hubris of man knows no bounds, the patriarch and the white colonist put humanity at odds with nature, but i don't personally have the theoretical framework to make sense of whatever the fuck this was

  10. Droog811's rating of the film Roar

    Interesting more as a curio than an actual movie because whatever story there is, there really isn't much of one, is lost just watching the actors trying not to get mauled by the various lions, tigers and panthers...I would actually have rather seen a documentary about the making of this crazy film.

  11. salty_candy's rating of the film Roar

    The best thing about this movie is the story of production. Read about it first, then watch the movie. It hurts.

  12. msmichel's rating of the film Roar

    Well, if you ever wanted to see a movie by an a-hole producer who put his own family in jeopardy to make a half baked plea for animal conservation this is the film for you. For everyone else give this plotless, tasteless endeavour a miss. The danger is definitely present in this nearly plotless home movie which is narratively driven by the wild animals movements. Barely released in '81 with reason.

  13. f-nanda's rating of the film Roar

  14. Chris's rating of the film Roar

    Holy shit, this movie is INSANE in the best possible way.

  15. Inês Moreira Santos's rating of the film Roar

  16. Samuel Andrade's rating of the film Roar

  17. GIYGAS's rating of the film Roar

    hard to care about any of the characters when you're so much more concerned for the actors.

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  19. Rocco's rating of the film Roar

    Not one second of this movie made any sense. One of the greatest things I've ever seen.

  20. Michael Harbour's rating of the film Roar

    The movie is terrible and ample evidence why successful producer Noel Marshall's only foray into directing and acting was his last. A well intentioned attempt to garner sympathy and support for conservation efforts in Africa by making a Disney-style comedy about a family and their lions and tigers and jaguars and other big cats. And poachers. It's the epitome of good inten..

  21. alcyonidae's rating of the film Roar

    completely mental. I was plenty hyped to see this picture, and the reality was far more bizarre than I could have imagined. Like a sadistic Disney adaptation of Heart of Darkness, or a B-side from Herzog's Fitzcarraldo period, being ostensibly fictional, but also the documentary of an actual event that is arguably more insane than the story attempting to be told - an exploration into the power and danger of dreams.

  22. Filipe F. Coutinho's rating of the film Roar

    This has to be some of the most fearless filmmaking in cinema's history, adorned by a soundtrack of "oh my gods" and "Jesus Christ". It's consistently funny until you realize that in every scene the actors and crew are fighting for survival. It's actually incredible that after these experiences, Marshall and Hedren were still firm believers of their message. Roar is a must for every cinephile.

  23. Polyglot's rating of the film Roar

    This wasn't a movie, it was unused footage of actors trying not to get killed. Jeez.