For a better experience on MUBI, update your browser.

Ratings & Reviews

  1. Taib Mou's rating of the film The Celebration

    A Shocking view on Family dyniamics, and what lies beneth

  2. ceknklsn's rating of the film The Celebration

    77/100 (Filmi beğendiğimi söyleyerek yorumuma başlamak istiyorum. Ancak yapılan övgüler, puanlamalar ister istemez kendinden soğutuyor. Beklentileri karşılamıyor. Kesinlikle buralara layık bir film değil. Farklı bir tarz oluşturan Dogma 95 akımının farklılığı ve filmin değindiği taciz konusunun hassasiyeti bence bu puanları oluşturuyor. Doğrusu bu durum benim puanımı da etkiledi....)

  3. Joana China's rating of the film The Celebration

    Brutal film. Being the first Dogme, it's a mark in the cinema's history.

  4. Richmond Hill's rating of the film The Celebration

    Familial explosions then implosion par excellence. Perhaps the best of the Dogma school - the approach is put to good use in this coldly baroque destruction of the perennially dysfunctional family. It works especially well on two main counts: we've all been there (if in a much lower gear) and the probing camera affords such a wonderfully nosey eye on the fire and ice that we feel like we probably are. Bludgeoning.

  5. FISCHER's rating of the film The Celebration

    D'une réjouissante cruauté libératrice... www.cinefiches.com

  6. Mtume Gant's rating of the film The Celebration

    Along with Breaking The Waves this is the crowning film of the Dogma movement. Its a painful reminder of the need to keep appearances in our society at all cost, even when the truth is screaming at us in the face.

  7. B o g d a n's rating of the film The Celebration

  8. choupinet's rating of the film The Celebration

    Performance 5/5. I love the simpleness of the '95 dogme films, because it allows you to get completely immersed in the plot. It's a concept that makes you rethink the way movies can be produced, which I find very fascinating. The Celebration is a perfect example where the performances are stronger than the story itself.

  9. anadyomene's rating of the film The Celebration

    First Dogme 95 based film. I expected this kind of storyline from big family-themed drama films. Festen or The Celebration is very... human. I even felt a tinge of sympathy for (supposedly) the most loathsome characters.

  10. Cinema Omnivore's rating of the film The Celebration

    7.9/10, my review: http://wp.me/p1eXom-2C6

  11. Lynch/Fellini's rating of the film The Celebration

    I really liked how intentionally nauseating this film was, resulting in a paranoid experience.

  12. Ayinde Anderson's rating of the film The Celebration

    A film in a world of its own. A film that eventually makes forget about everything else, and leaves you leaning for every reaction.

  13. T-Cruise's rating of the film The Celebration

  14. Anasaskia Elsom's rating of the film The Celebration

    My favourite film - purely because of its rawness and realness.

  15. Isaac Ionescu's rating of the film The Celebration

  16. Il secondo maestro del revolver's rating of the film The Celebration

  17. greers's rating of the film The Celebration

  18. emanuela's rating of the film The Celebration

    A scandanavian foolish family.

  19. Le temps perdu's rating of the film The Celebration

    I will never forget watching this movie with half of the audience laughing and the other half in shocked disbelief. It works both ways.

  20. jonijtr's rating of the film The Celebration

    Even without the Dogme 95' thing. You still get one of the most intense film about dysfunctional family ever.

  21. Lucas Almeida's rating of the film The Celebration

    I think the last I got on the edge of my seat with a movie was in 2014 watching Whiplash for the first time. Now it was in 2016 watching Festen for first time.

  22. Jim Fear's rating of the film The Celebration

    Dogme 95 or not, this film messed with me, it has balls.

  23. MarcusArcus's rating of the film The Celebration

  24. Lintang A.'s rating of the film The Celebration

    The use of handheld camera, however, is perhaps the most important element in conveying the general atmosphere of the film. The constant trembling and sharp movements of the camera in closed claustrophobic environments create the uneasy feeling that there is something constantly threatening to explode.

← Previous 1 3 4 5 6 7