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W.E.

Rated R for some domestic violence, nudity and language.

R In Theaters 02/3/2012 , 114min.
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Viewer Score
75%
Viewer score based on 26 ratings
36%
Critic score based on 28 reviews

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March 19, 2012
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The movie W.E. was one of the worst movies I have ever seen, worst than Ishtar and Waterworld. First of all the audio of the actors was all mumble....the film was filmed from strange angle and point of view so, often you saw only part of a scene and the scenes were cut short making it seem as though they either knew how bad the film was or the editor was on drugs. Madonna is talented but NOT for
March 18, 2012
crd0513
LOVED IT. MADONNA IS SUPERB AS A DIRECTOR, KUDOS TO HER. GREAT PERFORMANCES BY THE ACTORS.
March 11, 2012
lexusno1
Will it ever show in New Orleans are or we too backwards for the almighty DIRECTOR??????
March 02, 2012
buns2208
Why on earth isn't this film playing in or anywhere around Chicago?????
February 26, 2012
doricake
I am a tough critic.. and I must say that I enjoyed the film. For me, I always enjoy storied that play with time... and although it took a little time to get in step... I enjoyed the whole thing.I was the reluctany filmgoier goin in and quite impressed going out. Just what I like in a film. Total surprise!

Critic Reviews powered by Metacritic ™

Time Out New York
Riseborough's acting offers total commitment in the face of lunacy, but it's a shame she's flapping around in an egotistical film with such a terribly warped sense of purpose. Full Review
Andrew O'Hehir
Salon.com
You can't call W.E. a total disaster; it's too pretty, too nonsensical and finally too insignificant for that. Full Review
Ann Hornaday
Washington Post
Conceived and directed by Madonna, W.E. is a gorgeous mess. Full Review
Anthony Lane
The New Yorker
With its restless parade of grainy closeups, the movie is a haze of retro rapture and wishful thinking, and, above all, a lost opportunity. We don't want to hear any more about ancient constitutional crises. We want to watch a three-way with a former King of England, in a bungalow. Madonna, of all people, missed a trick. Full Review
Betsy Sharkey
Los Angeles Times
W.E., Madonna's second go at directing a feature film, leaves one wishing she'd find other creative outlets for those times when she's bored with the pop-star life. Full Review
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