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January 28, 2013
I loved it! Disturbing, but I couldn't stop watching and the end was perfect! Elizabeth Olsen is super hot and perfect in this role.
May 27, 2012
Fantastic and real acting. Very refreshing to see. I can't say enough about Elizabeth Olsen. She's the most promising actress I've seen in a long time and I look forward to seeing what else she does. I agree with the others about the ending. Not thrilled about it for sure. It's a very disturbing movie. It fits more into the drama category as far as i'm concerned. It's very emotional and difficult
November 24, 2011
This is certainly not a film you'll leave with a smile on your face. Interesting material but the ending leaves you wondering why you spent the time. Don't waste your money.
November 21, 2011
The acting was good. The main character however, was too troubled and therfore, her perception of events was too convoluted to make any sense.
November 21, 2011
This may be the biggest waste of $10 I've ever spent. My wife and I saw it with another couple--we all agreed--IT WAS BEYOND TERRIBLE!!!!!! Depressing, dis-jointed, full of too many flashbacks--an incredible waste of celluloid. DON'T GO SEE IT!!!
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The largely elliptical script feels a few drafts shy of focus, with the thriller elements undermining the juicier questions of why one joins a cult and how life can go back to normal later. Full Review
The New York Times
Patrick periodically criticizes his disciples, including Martha, for failing to be open enough with him, and that is also a shortcoming of Martha Marcy May Marlene, which is a bit too coy, too clever and too diffident to believe in. Full Review
Elizabeth Olsen delivers an utterly transfixing turn as the title character of this chilling psychological thriller. Full Review
Los Angeles Times
A film of rough edges and no easy answers, nearly perfect in its imperfection. Full Review
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