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The Place Beyond the Pines

(2013)

Rated R for language throughout, some violence, teen drug and alcohol use, and a sexual reference.

R In Theaters 03/29/2013 , 141min.
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Viewer Score
61%
Viewer score based on 30 ratings
68%
Critic score based on 42 reviews

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December 27, 2013
genesis104
This was like three movies strung together and at 140 minutes seemed, at times, to go on forever. I actually thought it was over and then it went on for another 15 years in the story. Worth a look.
October 02, 2013
jackd1207
I discovered that I'm not a Ryan Gosling fan. Same character he played in \"The Driver\". Some high points but mostly low points.
July 24, 2013
rudm316
Really enjoyed the film..has every thing you'd want in a movie, great acting, action, plot, characters and emotion
June 19, 2013
me00000000153630
good movie
May 27, 2013
lc1998c21
Thought the movie was great!

Critic Reviews powered by Metacritic ™

Entertainment Weekly
It's a slow-burner that burns so slowly its wick completely fizzles out. Full Review
Claudia Puig
USA Today
A riveting crime thriller, it's also a multi-generational familial saga that approaches Greek tragedy. Full Review
David Denby
The New Yorker
Cool, violent, a cigarette dangling from his mouth, Gosling reprises his inexorable-loner routine from “Drive.” Cianfrance and the screenwriters Ben Coccio and Darius Marder wrote thirty-seven drafts of the script, but gave him almost nothing to say. He rides, he smokes, he knocks over banks, he loves his baby, and that’s it. Full Review
David Edelstein
New York Magazine (Vulture)
The segments are essentially monodramas, so sketchily written that the big moments feel less like recognizable human behavior than recognizable screenwriter overreaching. Full Review
David Rooney
The Hollywood Reporter
Cianfrance generally shows again that he knows how to build immersive characterizations with his actors. And while this sorrowful triptych is uneven and perhaps overly ambitious, the director displays a cool mastery of atmospherics and tone. Full Review
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