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Cosmopolis

Rated R for some strong sexual content including graphic nudity, violence and language.

R In Theaters 08/17/2012 , 108min.
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Viewer Score
65%
Viewer score based on 29 ratings
58%
Critic score based on 35 reviews

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January 08, 2013
jackd1207
What a disaster! I can't believe I sat through the whole thing! This was an utterly pretentious, psuedo-intellectual, contemporary Shakespeare wannabe, train wreck. Yes, I hated it.
January 06, 2013
zyro99
This was a lousy movie slow moving hard to follow, so sorry I bought the movie can't wait to get rid of it
January 04, 2013
fruitya1a
Has to be the strangest movie I've seen.
January 04, 2013
joelcline
Where do people get off at writing scrips with no ending? right at the climax the movie just stops...credits...Somehow, I still loved every minute of it. I just appreciate closure is all.
January 04, 2013
sm00000000134753
Abstract but dull..

Critic Reviews powered by Metacritic ™

Washington Post
It feels like each and every moment bursts forth with urgent dialogue, and yet what does anyone actually say? Full Review
Betsy Sharkey
Los Angeles Times
It is a disappointment coming from writer-director David Cronenberg, who has proved such a master at mind games. Cronenberg is perhaps too faithful to the book. The topic is provocative and certainly timely, but the film never achieves the incisive power of his best work, "A History of Violence" for one. Even an A-list ensemble that includes Juliette Binoche, Samantha Morton and Paul Giamatti can't save it. Full Review
Claudia Puig
USA Today
Robert Pattinson must be hellbent on escaping the world of sparkly-skinned undead to take on the starring role in the leaden, obtuse and ultra-pretentious Cosmopolis. Full Review
Elizabeth Weitzman
New York Daily News
There are plenty of ideas to gnaw on, given that Cronenberg has adapted Don DeLillo's intense novel of a New York on the verge of dystopian breakdown. But frustratingly bland work from lead Robert Pattinson results in an awfully watery stew. Full Review
John Anderson
Wall Street Journal
Conventional it is not. Engrossing it is. Full Review
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