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Savages

(2012)

Rated R for strong brutal and grisly violence, some graphic sexuality, nudity, drug use and language throughout.

R In Theaters 07/6/2012 , 131min.
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70%
Viewer score based on 85 ratings
61%
Critic score based on 39 reviews

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March 19, 2013
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Crap
February 20, 2013
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Terrible Movie
January 22, 2013
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I had a great time watching this movie, It was definitely worth it.
December 01, 2012
bigbobsh2o
I liked it. The story is good and it makes you think about morality and how stupid the drug war really is. Worth checking out for sure.
November 25, 2012
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Excellent movie, well acted written and directed. I especially loved Benicio del Toro's acting which was masterful. Beautiful scenery of southern California and Tijuana, Mexico. The movie has a very clear message about the illegality of drugs and how it corrupts ordinary people, helps build dangerous and powerful drug cartels and, most importantly, how the corruption is paramount in the Police

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A.O. Scott
The New York Times
Savages is a daylight noir, a western, a stoner buddy movie and a love story, which is to say that it is a bit of a mess. But also a lot of fun, especially as its pulp elements rub up against some gritty geopolitical and economic themes. Full Review
Amy Biancolli
San Francisco Chronicle
So. What part of this is boring? All of it. Full Review
Ann Hornaday
Washington Post
Savages is a B-movie striving for an A-plus, a decadently energetic summer escape with bloody action, bold visuals and bodacious attitude to burn. Full Review
Bill Goodykoontz
Arizona Republic
This is, in fact, one of the more violent movies in recent memory. But Stone doesn't let anyone off easy. Violence has an effect here, has meaning, has relevance to the story. And that's a good thing; otherwise, it would be hard to stomach. Full Review
Claudia Puig
USA Today
Savages comes off as director Oliver Stone trying to rekindle his "Natural Born Killers" mojo from 1994. But when the bigger-name stars show up here in cartoonish roles, things feel more silly than gritty. Full Review

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