A Dangerous Method Reviews

  • A Dangerous Method
    • Genre : Drama
    • Release Date :
    • MPAA Rating : R
    • Duration : 92 minute(s)
    • Production Budget : -
    • Studio : Sony Pictures Classics
    • Official Site : http://www.sonyclassics.com/adangerousmethod/
    • Reviews Rate
      Nothing's perfect, but it's worth seeing.

    • Readers Rate
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Movie Reviews

  • unfortunately, things get a little bit repetitive and tedious, culminating in an ending that feels somewhat arbitrarily placed
    Review rate : C by Bill Chambers [Film Freak Central ]
  • this movie has an erotic, psychoactive
    by Andrew O'Hehir [Salon.com ]
  • still widely associated with blood, gore and body parts
    Review rate : C by David Gritten [Daily Telegraph ]
  • shaking off any dusty remnants of a period biographical piece, the film tackles thorny psycho-sexual issues and matters of professional ethics with a frankness that feels entirely contemporary
    by Todd McCarthy [Hollywood Reporter ]
  • refined period - decor formalism, his camera movements as deliberate as his characters' external appearances are polished and restrained
    Review rate : C by Nick Schager [Slant Magazine ]
  • nevertheless worthy as a well - acted skewering of overreaching psychology
    Review rate : C by Shaun Munro [What Culture ]
  • makes even a cokehead hedonist boring
    1 of 4 by Rene Rodriguez [Miami Herald ]
  • it doesn't quite deliver the emotional punch you're hoping for
    Review rate : C by Matthew Turner [ViewLondon ]
  • feels heavy and lugubrious
    Review rate : D by Xan Brooks [guardian.co.uk ]
  • exploring his favourite place in the universe: the human brain
    Review rate : C by Rich Cline [Shadows on the Wall ]
  • Cronenberg under the surface trying to bring forth the messiness of human behavior and body fluids
    Review rate : C by Sara Maria Vizcarrondo [Boxoffice Magazine ]
  • cold and dispassionate
    Review rate : B by Matt Singer [IFC.com ]
  • a lush character study and history lesson that tenaciously explores the personal conflicts of ego and id between Jung and Freud
    Review rate : A by Cole Smithey [ColeSmithey.com ]

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