The Final Cut

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Mixed or average reviews- based on 13 Ratings

User score distribution:
  1. Positive: 5 out of 13
  2. Negative: 4 out of 13

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User Reviews

  1. JimG
    Jul 1, 2007
    Complete waste of an interesting premise. The storyline and subplots are cut to shreds leaving no reason to get involved or care about the characters. Absolutely pathetic.
  2. [Anonymous]
    Mar 13, 2007
    The sad thing is that the premise of this movie could have been very interesting. Unfortunately they left out one small actual plot. Nothing happens in this movie until the last few minutes when [***SPOILER***] somebody chases Robin Williams through the woods for a little while and shoots him. It was stupid, boring, and just plain bad.
  3. MIkeB.
    Apr 1, 2006
    Intriguing and intelligent movie that draws you in and keeps you thinking long after it's over.
  4. AmurabiM.
    Feb 21, 2006
    unanimated, boring but with an interesting premise, "the final cut" is just an exercise of style that results... boring, unanimates and completely senseless and incoherent.
  5. SusanM
    Jun 15, 2005
    Dark and silly. Robin Williams is not suited to the part at all. It's 75% boring, 25% interesting, but all the characters suck so it only gets a 3 from me.
  6. larrys.
    Mar 25, 2005
    A weak film. Williams wanders through this film lacking any life or intensity. Don't waste your time!

Mixed or average reviews - based on 22 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 5 out of 22
  2. Negative: 7 out of 22
  1. Muddled and uninteresting.
  2. 40
    Striking visuals help, but pic won't make the final cut with either genre fans, who've seen it all and better before, or the arthouse crowd, who will sneer at pic's cliches.
  3. 60
    Naim directs The Final Cut as if it were the pilot to a TV series: He teases the audience with all sorts of story threads, focuses on a minor self-contained mystery, and leaves the rest for future episodes that will never come.