In the year's richest, most complex and ultimately most heartbreaking film, Inarritu invites us to get past the babble of modern civilization and start listening to each other. show more
The ultimate poor judgment: the decision to put Babel before the camera. That defies comprehension in any language. show more
I was shaken, but not stirred, by Babel, a globalist melodrama that careens from Morocco to Mexico like a revved-up "Crash." show more
Disgusting movie. Especially the Japanese part. Honestly, is it necessary to show that kind of ignorance and stupidity in a movie.?
Excellent film. Three stores are interconnected - not by interaction but by association - so they serve as three separate stories. Well done and entertaining.