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Only God Forgives

Rated R for strong bloody violence including grisly images, sexual content and language.

R In Theaters 07/19/2013 , 89min.
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Viewer Score
36%
Viewer score based on 5 ratings
37%
Critic score based on 39 reviews

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November 02, 2013
rh00000000139214
Not worthy of a long review. Put simply, this film is garbage.
October 22, 2013
xr00000000168773
Literally the worst movie I've watched in a VERY long time. I won't give it any stars. I watched until the end only because I was waiting for it to get better. I am still waiting. 89 minutes of my life I will never get back.
July 23, 2013
lobogrown
THE WORST MOVIE IVE SEEN IN 33 YEARS
July 22, 2013
acpariser
I didn't get it. Ultra violence, almost no dialogue, and no real story. I can 't understand why Ryan would do it. If you have a weak stomach your eyes will be closed for mostg of the action. For the reatr of the time you could nap and not miss a thing
July 21, 2013
xj00000000128996
I agree with dhull. Although Kristen Scott Thomas was excellent, as she always is, I wanted there to be something more and it never came. The ambiguous ending made it even worse. I will say that the look & feel of the movie was interesting, but way too much red tint..I wonder what that symbolized.

Critic Reviews powered by Metacritic ™

Anthony Lane
The New Yorker
However mystifying, or downright boring, you find the result, rest assured that the Refn faithful will swoon. Peace be with them. Full Review
Claudia Puig
USA Today
God may forgive you for seeing this needlessly brutal film. But you won't forgive yourself. Full Review
Dave Calhoun
Time Out London
Style over substance doesn’t really tell the half of it: you can bathe a corpse in groovy light and dress it in an expensive suit, but in the end that rotting smell just won’t go away. Full Review
David Rooney
The Hollywood Reporter
Only God Forgives is a hypnotic fugue on themes of violence and retribution, drenched in corrosive reds. Full Review
Eric Kohn
indieWIRE
The movie is like one thin satiric lark inexplicably slowed down to the point of lethargy. Full Review
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