Average User Score: 8.0Apr 6, 2014From all the good movies of 2013 that I have seen, I have a trouble to find a worse one.
I understand how important this subject is,From all the good movies of 2013 that I have seen, I have a trouble to find a worse one.
I understand how important this subject is, especially in the US, but there are other ways to popularize the abolitionism than giving the best picture prize to a mediocre movie. But maybe it's a best mean to bring an idea to the popcorn-fed audience.
The story starts good, but later the potential is wasted. The movie is surprisingly shallow and predictable. Almost all tense moments are brutal scenes. And an overdose of scenes when the camera shows nothing but people starring somewhere(which I guess were meant to provoke some reflections) is just annoying.
If there was a category "the most politically important subject", maybe this movie could take a prize, but the best picture? This is wrong, and the academy has lost once and for all its credibility. Not to mention the prize for the best actress in the supporting role.… Expand