Keywords: #David Gordon Green #Jake Gyllenhaal #Miranda Richardson #Stronger #Stronger (2017) #Tatiana Maslany
Actors Of "Stronger (2017)"
Director of "Stronger (2017)"
Critics Of "Stronger (2017)"
November 08, 2017 As a procedural about the work required to come back into one's body after a major physical and psychic trauma, Stronger is surprisingly compelling. It does well by its subject's non-hysterical response to his new life post-injury.Read in Source
November 22, 2017 David Gordon Green brings an emotional honesty that these type of films usually lack.Read in Source
November 09, 2017 This is a heartbreaking and inspiring film about the will of the human spirit. [Full review in Spanish]Read in Source
September 28, 2017 The boldest thing Stronger does is trust enough in Maslany's performance and in the writing of her character to allow Erin to do something that a lesser movie would never even attempt.Read in Source
New York Observer
September 22, 2017 I'm a sucker for these survival stories that show the best side of man's humanity, and Gyllenhaal makes this one a stronger achievement than most.Read in Source
New York Magazine/Vulture
September 26, 2017 There are few actors in their 30s more well-rounded than [Jake] Gyllenhaal right now, as capable of taking on disturbing psychologies in aggressive indies as they are the lead roles in crowd-pleasing tearjerkers.Read in Source
November 12, 2017 Jake Gyllenhaal and Tatiana Maslany both deliver top-notch performances in the inspirational Stronger as the film defines what it means to be Boston Strong.Read in Source
September 28, 2017 Green's film has a tense, nervy energy, most of which seems to glow from Gyllenhaal's very core.Read in Source
October 13, 2017 But the movie shouldn't be dismissed as just another real-life drama to catch on cable TV someday; Stronger is a profound, sensitively made gem.Read in Source
San Francisco Chronicle
September 27, 2017 "Stronger" always feels right in the moment, solidified by an outstanding central performance by Gyllenhaal, and some wonderful ensemble work, especially the actors just below the top billing.Read in Source
Reel Film Reviews
November 12, 2017 Filmmaker David Gordon Green offers up a low-key, deliberately-paced narrative that proves an ideal complement for John Pollono's subdued screenplay...Read in Source
December 04, 2017 Green continues his exploration of pain, simmering rage and guilt in a similar manner to his previous films, Manglehorn and Joe, while gritty cinematography from Sean Bobbitt complements the confrontational approach.Read in Source
Country: United States
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
Twelve years after the tragic death of their little girl, a dollmaker and his wife welcome a nun and several girls from a shuttered orphanage into ...