Actors Of "Mudbound (2017)"
Director of "Mudbound (2017)"
Critics Of "Mudbound (2017)"
November 16, 2017 Mudboundis easy to admire but tough to watch at times. It tells a truthful tale from America's not-so-distant past. The highest compliment I can pay Rees is that her movie feels truthful.Read in Source
November 17, 2017 Director Dee Reese uses the lengthy runtime to develop these characters, and we feel genuinely thunderstruck when calamity falls, as powerfully as a punch to the head.Read in Source
November 17, 2017 A powerfully emotional and all-too-relevant race relations drama that marks out director Rees as a significant talent to watch. Place your Oscar bets now.Read in Source
New York Post
November 16, 2017 Rees always finds balancing notes here - of humanity, passion and true love. It's a tale as messy as its muddy fields, and it's a must-watch.Read in Source
November 16, 2017 Dee Rees's story of one black and one white family struggling in the WW II-era South is a fiercely intimate epic that couldn't be more timely. Mary J. Blige should be on every Oscar list for best supporting actress.Read in Source
November 16, 2017 We've seen stories like this one before on screen, but what's new, and arresting, about "Mudbound" is how easily and persuasively director Rees moves between these families.Read in Source
Daily Express (UK)
November 17, 2017 Initially slow-moving and measured, Mudbound builds into a powerful drama in which everyone is at the mercy of a deep-rooted racism.Read in Source
November 16, 2017 Redemption and hope eventually shine through here and there, and when that happens, it's a beautiful thing.Read in Source
November 16, 2017 The movie harvests so much new feeling from its tragic images of life and death in the Mississippi Delta that Rees' name belongs on any list of the year's best directors.Read in Source
November 16, 2017 Rees isn't content simply to diagnose a punishing, self-perpetuating cycle: This is a film buoyed by humanism that feels chastening, liberating and healing, all at the same time.Read in Source
Little White Lies
November 17, 2017 A slow and brutal burn, but worth it for the devastating finale.Read in Source
November 17, 2017 This nuanced treatment of race relations in the Deep South during and just after the war keeps adding detail until we are well prepared for the melodramatic moments in the concluding segment.Read in Source
Country: United States
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
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