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March 10, 2014
The cheapest movie ever. So disappointing and boring indeed. One man, one boat, and one lake I guess. No voice, no talking, no nothing. The rest was taken from National Geography and that is it. SHAME
March 08, 2014
Absolutely the most disappointing ever!! Really! Come on mr. Redford! I would have been more entertained listening to my aunt Marty whom rambles excessively! At least I would have gotten a wee bit of wisdom or at least a laugh! Uggg!! The WORST!
March 06, 2014
One teriffic movie! If you have ever been ocean sailing, see this one. Incredible for one person only in the movie and virtually no dialog. Mr. Redford truly deserves an Oscar. No one has ever attempted a movie like this. Outstanding!!
February 22, 2014
Apparently this man had no business on the water all by himself in the first place. Boring. Move on to the next one....
February 19, 2014
SOOOOO Boring, I ************* because it had received good ratings and i wanted to give it a chance. DO NOT waste your time watching this movie. If you want to know what happens watch the trailer and read the movie description. They have successfully turned a ten minute movie into 100mins.
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Here is a formidable opus whose real spiritual relative is Tennyson's "Ulysses". Yes. All is Lost is that good. Full Review
A genuine nail-biter, scrupulously made and fully involving, elemental in its simplicity. Full Review
In this spare, unusual and intimate action thriller, Redford's expressions do nearly all of the communicating. He is the sole human cast member and utters only one word during the entire movie, which covers a span of eight days. The ocean — super-charged and becalmed — gets equal billing. If this sounds bizarre, or like an exercise in tedium, it is neither. Full Review
The New Yorker
Unimaginable as anything but a movie. It’s largely wordless, sombrely spectacular, vast and intimate at the same time, with a commitment to detailed physical reality that commands amazed attention for a tight hundred minutes. Full Review
New York Magazine (Vulture)
In his late seventies, Robert Redford has never held the camera as magnificently as he does in the survival-at-sea thriller All Is Lost. Full Review