Actors Of "Broken Horses"
Characters Of "Broken Horses"
Director of "Broken Horses"
Critics Of "Broken Horses"
April 06, 2015 Good-hearted but daft, Broken Horses aims for profundity and hits risible.Read in Source
Sacramento News & Review
May 30, 2015 It's hard to tell if the film is an unfunny joke or an earnest failure, but ham-fisted symbolism and sloppy plotting rule regardless.Read in Source
April 09, 2015 Broken Horses lays on the heavy-handed symbolism so thick that every action is freighted with significance that the flimsy cardboard cutouts populating it can't support.Read in Source
April 10, 2015 [A] weirdly baroque modern-day Western that, while it boasts undeniably imaginative visual and plot flourishes, is far too absurd to take seriously.Read in Source
April 09, 2015 This wan crime drama plays like the equivalent of a Hindi novel that's been run through Google Translate. Everything feels rudimentary and slightly awkward, though it's possible to discern how the material might once have been powerful.Read in Source
April 09, 2015 There are secrets and revelations in "Broken Horses," none of them revealing.Read in Source
April 13, 2015 Despite the solid performances by the cast, it's an overwrought story that is more bleak than beautiful.Read in Source
New York Times
April 09, 2015 Mr. Yelchin's character looks somewhat at a loss about what goes on here, and who can blame him, especially when he visits the former music teacher who has lost his legs in a run-in with the bad guys and now lives in a house warmed by a flaming barrel.Read in Source
New York Daily News
April 10, 2015 Inside some bad movies, there's a good one, fighting to get out. Inside Broken Horses there's just another bad movie.Read in Source
Los Angeles Times
April 09, 2015 While Chopra attempts to crack the American market with a slice of cinematic apple pie, he holds up a mirror to how Hollywood's tried-and-true narrative of vigilantism connotes who we are, at home and overseas.Read in Source
Film Journal International
April 10, 2015 [Director] Vidhu Vinod Chopra seems bent on outdoing No Country for All Men at all costs, which unfortunately include plot plausibility and a sustainable dramatic tone.Read in Source
June 21, 2016 [It] has a couple of effective scenes of coiled-up tension and suitably moody chiaroscuro work by cinematographer Tim Stern, but it always feels like a very early draft of the story that eventually became Chopra's professional zenith.Read in Source
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Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
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