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Gomorrah (Gomorra)

Not Rated In Theaters 12/19/2008 , 137min.
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Viewer Score
46%
Viewer score based on 14 ratings
87%
Critic score based on 30 reviews

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December 15, 2009
DrHead7x
This movie is in ITALIAN and has subtitles... there is very little warning on the cover of the dvd to let you know this , so when you get home and find it's NOT in English........
July 01, 2009
Groomgod
aphmd = fat & ugly.
May 19, 2009
Topacchio
You guys need to move outside your couch more often! You do not need big stars ( maybe you think only Tom CRUISE HAS BEEN ACTING IN THE LAST TWENTY YEARS ) The world is bigger than your living room!!!!!!!!!
April 21, 2009
Ape5x
damn near perfect. if your IQ is over 100 go see this movie
April 14, 2009
BMiloscia
It definitely did not deserve a '95' score. Qaulity of the picture was awful. Sub-titles were hard to read with white background in some scenes. We were disappointed.

Critic Reviews powered by Metacritic ™

Washington Post
This vibrantly disorienting cinematic import reinvents the vocabulary of the crime drama with a painterly eye and a feverish documentary style. Full Review
Jan Stuart
Washington Post
This vibrantly disorienting cinematic import reinvents the vocabulary of the crime drama with a painterly eye and a feverish documentary style. Full Review
Jay Weissberg
Variety
Utilizing a mesmerizing documentary style that studiously avoids glamorizing the horrors, Garrone cherrypicks episodes from Saviano's muckraking tract, building to a chillingly matter-of-fact crescendo of violence, though interwoven tales tend to dissipate the full force of the criminal Camorra families' insidious control. Full Review
Joe Morgenstern
Wall Street Journal
The malignity can be oppressive -- this is a far cry from Fellini finding poignant uplift in the slums -- but the dramatic structure is complex, the details are instructive, and the sense of tragedy is momentous. Full Review
Kenneth Turan
Los Angeles Times
The fingerprints of the Camorra are everywhere, this film wants us to know, and its grip is lethal. Full Review

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