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Ratings & Reviews

  1. Mar J's rating of the film War on Everyone

  2. Ulrich JARLØV's rating of the film War on Everyone

  3. Wee Hunk's rating of the film War on Everyone

    Nice little buddy cop movie where there are no serious stakes involved. They find their humanity after it had been missing a while. Sort of. I liked Caleb Landry Jones. He did that despicable thing quite well.

  4. Dan's rating of the film War on Everyone

    I mean... what? But we'll always have Tessa Thompson jumping on a bed.

  5. Graham Ball's rating of the film War on Everyone

  6. James Mackin's rating of the film War on Everyone

    Both the main characters are unrepentant, gaping assholes, and both the main actors are really good at playing unrepentant, gaping assholes.

  7. Lewis Taylor's rating of the film War on Everyone

    Hidden beneath the discordant tones, variety show performances and ill-conceived, callow humour, there may well be the germ of a a decent satire here. But somewhere along the way, things took a turn for the worse, and we're left with a mess of high-minded character types acting like fools.

  8. Viginti_tres's rating of the film War on Everyone

    A total failure of a movie, but perhaps that is the point. The Brechtian climax suggests that this might have been a put on all along. There is only one joke in the film, any attempt at plot or emotion feels sickly and forced, but there are touches, like Caleb Landry Jones' dominatingly off performance, the occasional great shot or ponderance that suggests maybe McDonagh was trying at something here.

  9. ABVH's rating of the film War on Everyone

    Feels little forced, but entertaining nevertheless.

  10. brick_bro's rating of the film War on Everyone

    A decent amount of solid jokes and laughs, thanks to McDonaugh doing his usual thing, but ultimately just another "bad cop" free for all.

  11. Giles J Davis's rating of the film War on Everyone

    W.O.E. follows a unique set of philosophical rhetoric & libertarian ideals proving that McDonagh is one of the industries smarter directors. W.O.E is firstly the outward heist that leads to a morality tale, secondly the battle within to suppress the pain of unknown horrors through superficiality & lastly the letting go, the last stand, where we eventually take a chance on life or death. Glen Campbell holds the clues.

  12. taniaburrito's rating of the film War on Everyone

  13. stilladvance's rating of the film War on Everyone

    The racism and ironic racism (mainly against Asians, which Hollywood still deems wholly acceptable) and faux satire of bad policing might be more bearable if this was actually funny. It's not. No one looks like they care about being in this. The writing misses its targets every time. Just appallingly dire and complacent. Watch Kiss Kiss Bang Bang or the Nice Guys instead.

  14. Lena Zacepina's rating of the film War on Everyone

  15. Dada Kubin's rating of the film War on Everyone

    A movie with the outspoken intention of being offensive, and it is at its best when playing with racial prejudices although they're played quite safe through commentary. Also “the bad good guys” are in the end just good, because the bad guys have been demonised to the max. So it’s the usual story of good guys vs. bad guys with justified violence and funny oneliners. The literary references are a nice plus.

  16. Paolo Simeone's rating of the film War on Everyone

    Donagh has just chosen to have fun while delivering amazing technical shoots. Not that good as the previous movies, but maybe I was just missing Brendan Gleeson here.