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Ratings & Reviews

  1. Bonnet Michel's rating of the film The Man Who Cried

  2. Rosina Rossini's rating of the film The Man Who Cried

    I'm torn between this film's weaknesses (which are numerous), and this film's strengths. On the one hand, it's very powerful in its story and message and I felt very "present" in it, but on the other hand, the dialogue they gave Turturro's static character was absolute melodramatic nonsense. He gets the worst written dialogue in the whole film. Johnny Depp's character is likewise pointless and infuriatingly static.

  3. Gustavo Razera's rating of the film The Man Who Cried

    Beautifully shot and edited, with many instances of storytelling through purely cinematic terms, in which the graceful flow of images do the work of communicating meaning and emotion, instead of endless talking. Too bad the film is not only woefully miscast, but also acted in such a stilted, mannered way that the results are sometimes unintentionally funny. In short, it is impossible to believe in any of it.

  4. Shayan Bazri's rating of the film The Man Who Cried

    actually 3.5.film's vision is so good,because of the great vierny but the screenplay that potter written is not as perfect as vierny's photography.

  5. roseros's rating of the film The Man Who Cried

    This is what dreams are made of.

  6. StellaWasaDiver's rating of the film The Man Who Cried

    Some questionable camera choices, like Johnny Depp in slo-mo and periodic softening of the image, otherwise an okay film. The Verdi piece is just so beautiful. For some reason I did not recognize Cate Blanchett at all until the credits, so credit to her for fully inhabiting her role as Lola.

  7. Starshine's rating of the film The Man Who Cried