Sign In to leave a review for All Is Lost
December 14, 2013
Not a bad movie. Ending hollywood predictable. Redford was good. Beware their is not dialogue.
December 13, 2013
boring, dull, and uninteresting. did i say boring? that's not strong enough, it's deep scaling at the periodontist. agony.
November 24, 2013
November 20, 2013
I have no idea why Hollywood thought I--or anyone else for that matter--would want to see a movie about an old man lost at sea. It's about as interesting as watching paint dry. And I didn't even think Redford was all that great in it either. This was a huge disappointment. Save your $.
November 18, 2013
Redford is master of the screen. Incredible movie.
Critic Reviews powered by Metacritic ™
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