A History of Violence


Action / Crime / Drama / Thriller

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 87%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 76%
IMDb Rating 7.5 10 202174


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Viggo Mortensen as Tom Stall
Maria Bello as Edie Stall
William Hurt as Richie Cusack
Ed Harris as Carl Fogarty
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1hr 36 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by danialpham-24541 9 / 10

Does what a good film is supposed to do - take you in full circle.

It's rare to see the kind of acting that keeps your attention span these days. This is one of those films you just want to pop the play button without reading too many reviews.

Nothing short of a raw array of emotions are displayed inside these frames. A nice touch of gore that isn't too overbearing, just enough to keep things interesting. After all, the title does include the word violence.

With that being said, I definitely consider this to be an adult only film because the subtle leads into the murder and sex scenes are just bittersweet. Some very powerful acting within the nuclear family packing a punch on execution in portraying the complexities between chaos and peace.

The polarities were sinfully good, enough to make you wonder who the director was.

Reviewed by Smoreni Zmaj 8 / 10


Besides Road to Perdition, this is, I think, the only non-superhero movie based on DC comics and convincingly the best Kronenberg film I've ever saw. I do not know how to present a brief summary for this movie without spoilers, so I'll skip story itself. At first glance, this is a thriller with superbly directed action scenes, explicit violence and wild sex. But if you look more closely, you'll notice that camera doesn't linger on thriller aspects. It focuses more on emotional expressions of characters, making this movie more family drama than thriller. Great choice of actors and excellent characterization. Even characters that appear briefly have depth and you will experience them as real people, as if you personally met them. Viggo Mortensen, Ed Harris, William Hurt, Ashton Holmes and Peter MacNeill are all perfect in their roles, but Maria Bello literally brought hers to life. She was nominated for Golden Globe and in my opinion she deserved at least nomination for Oscar as well. Even if in time I completely forget about this movie, I surely won't forget her as Edie Stall.


Reviewed by KittyCat64 8 / 10

A realistic message about violence in human nature and how deep a human can go into this rabbit hole of violence.

This movie is hard to watch not because of the graphic violence on screen but because of the consequences of the violence, it is a reflection of our real history of violence (wars, terrorism, murder etc.) and the unstoppable nature of violence, once violence starts it affects all of us and it spreads and makes all of us become animalistic. The two flaws i have with this movie are the child acting and the overly cheesy first half hour that took me out of the movie but other than that the movie is harsh and real and it unexpectedly got under my skin, simply great.

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