Based on 45 Critics
  • There may be worse movies this summer than The Great Gatsby, but there won't be a more crushing disappointment. show more

  • What's intractably wrong with the film is that there's no reality to heighten; it's a spectacle in search of a soul. show more

  • There are so many things wrong with Luhrmann's Great Gatsby - the filmmaker's attention-deficit-disorder approach, the anachronistic convergence of hip-hop and swing, the choppy elision of Fitzgerald's plot, the jarring collision of Jazz Age cool and Millennial cluelessness. But at the crux of things, the problem is that it's impossible to care. show more

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