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  1. Jaka Permadi's rating of the film Wind River

  2. Ryan327's rating of the film Wind River

  3. Eric Ortiz García's rating of the film Wind River

    Taylor Sheridan is also the real deal as a writer/director. Both Wind River and Hell or High Water make for a perfect double-feature as great stories set in the forgotten side of America.

  4. Loud Rocks's rating of the film Wind River

  5. Tiago Gonçalves's rating of the film Wind River

    An icy look over understated wounds in North America's culture. Ben Richardson's cinematography is silent and poignant, anchored by top notch performances by Elizabeth Olsen, Jeremy Renner and a sublime Gil Birmingham. "Luck don't live out here."

  6. spasmolytic's rating of the film Wind River

    It's good, but Sicario is a lot better. And it's themes and style are so similar, it's like someone else was trying to recreate the next Sicario. But it was the same writer, just sort of plagiarizing himself. It's still really good standing by itself, but when you compare the two, this one loses some points. Kind of hoping this writer turned director has more tricks up his sleeve.

  7. Daniel Grudsky's rating of the film Wind River

    3,5, serían 4, salvo por una par de escenas(innecesarias) que le quitan un poco la fluidez a esta impactante exposición de la realidad de los nativos norteamericanos....punto fuerte las actuaciones protagónicas, principalmente de Jeremy Renner

  8. †. Kennedy Pope's rating of the film Wind River

    The Native American women issue is a devastating issue that I've never even heard of. Wind River uses a murder story in the frozen setting of Wyoming to showcase the byproducts of a forgotten society left to fend for themselves. There's a bit of a white savior/white devil element at play here, but the film is just so well written and shot with a beautiful ruggedness to it.

  9. Florencja Bandini's rating of the film Wind River

  10. Dory Bakiewicz Ehmer's rating of the film Wind River

    Refreshing to find Native characters with complexity, albeit male only. Women actors were restricted to one scene each: grieving/hardened mother, grieving/hardened grandmother, wistful lover-turned assault victim. Greene, Birmingham, Renner made good on their material. Olsen confused me the whole time, with the perfect mascara’d eyes and Kardashian inflection to every line..purposeful humor/lightening the bleak? 2.5

  11. Carlos Filipe Freitas's rating of the film Wind River

    Unlike “Hell or High Water”, this is not a masterpiece but rather a solid, well-mounted film supported by a plausible story that raises moral questions. (3.5 stars)

  12. Jacques de Villiers's rating of the film Wind River

    Less ambitious than Hell or High Water, but Sheridan's got chops. His movie plays like a dirty B-Western and has an assured no-nonsense quality to the filmmaking. Still, as an update on that genre it feels like an awkward representational regression: it highlights the contemporary plight of Native Americans and features a female CIA agent, but ends with everyone saved by a white man more native than the Natives.

  13. hubertguillaud's rating of the film Wind River

    Wind River est un film justicier convenu, lent et ennuyeux. Les grands espaces, les réserves indiennes et les moto-neige ne suffisent pas à créer de l'originalité. Le duo de flic, avec le tueur taiseux qui porte son drame et la jeune flic nunuche, embaument leurs clichés. La réalisation molle et le scénario qui tient sur une feuille de cigarette sans une once de surprise finit par achever l'ensemble.

  14. Konrad Szlendak's rating of the film Wind River

    Loved the screenplay, setting, and the mood. This modern western takes you on a trip to the hearts of people that are stronger than steel, but whose lives are entrenched in personal tragedies, which makes it a surprisingly humane story about sacrifice, vengeance and survival.

  15. Mario Tomchev's rating of the film Wind River

    In the same class as Sicario and Hell or High Water, and still Sheridan keeps surprising me.

  16. Graveyard Poet's rating of the film Wind River

    Here's this film's glaring problem: it's a misogynistic white male revenge fantasy disrespectful to Native Americans. A drug addicted teenager is lectured by the white hero on his bad life choices. A grieving father is lectured by the white male hero on how to survive. A young Native American woman's rape is brutal, disgusting, exploitative. I'm bitterly disappointed. Native Americans should be rightfully pissed off.

  17. Diego Ravazzolo's rating of the film Wind River

    An amazing exercise of showing a very unspoken side of the United States. The Indian Reservations, pushed to extreme environment, and still abused by the influence of white men.

  18. Inês Moreira Santos's rating of the film Wind River

  19. Samuel Andrade's rating of the film Wind River

  20. blkrchs's rating of the film Wind River

  21. Lourenço Crespo's rating of the film Wind River

  22. Cosi's rating of the film Wind River

    a stunning backdrop does not make a film. unconvinced

  23. christeeloch's rating of the film Wind River

    Anxiety filling slow burn with a pay off ending that will blow you away. Easily Jeremy Renner’s best work.

  24. Rugpjute's rating of the film Wind River

    Why did they need FBI agent if they have Cory??

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