Nymphomaniac: Vol. II


Action / Drama

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 59%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 57%
IMDb Rating 6.7 10 70870


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Shia LaBeouf as Jerôme
Stellan Skarsgård as Seligman
Uma Thurman as Mrs. H
Christian Slater as Joe's Father
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by thezenhu-94152 1 / 10

Please, watch before you watch

Okay, let's begin with the premise of the story. It does not have one and quite honestly, i am surprised an actress would allow herself to be humiliated like this in the name of acting. As a previous actor, this is one of the reasons I got out of the industry is the fact that these type of films would not be considered over the top but the industry will censor some crude language???

Anyway, back to the porno, er I mean film. If Lars Van Trier wanted to do a porno he should have done one because in my opinion that's what this was but sans the titillation. I really do not understand the point behind the film and the actors all seemed to be in some hazy-type state. I did not even get through the movie because I was really only interested to see what all the hype was about. so i cannot elaborate completely on the premise but from what i saw i passed over most of it and was thoroughly not impressed. In my opinion, i would urge anyone who wants to see a film to stay completely away from this. Good luck on your next project Mr. Van Trier....

Reviewed by the_wolf_imdb 1 / 10

And now Lars von Trier has destroyed the sex itself

I have written quite exhaustive review of this movie but Socialist State of IMDb kinda prohibits some words - but in a very Kafkaesque manner does not explain which ones. That's somewhat unfortunate as the movie Nymphomaniac can only be described by words that describe some mature content activities. I mean some really depraved mature content activities.

Even though there is a lot of mature activity going around in this four hour long movie it is also unbelievably dull and boring. It is really hard to describe four hours long intellectual exchange so to speak between utterly depraved female character that seems to ask for understanding and her supposed intellectual savior. Philosophy, music, arts, the topics you would expect to be discussed between an old loner and insane sex addict - at least if you are modern intellectual leftist. It is so excruciatingly boring, long and really painful to watch.

I kinda loved early Trier works like Kingdom Hospital but this is just beyond horrible. The main female character is supposed to be some sort of female suffering from masculine and capitalist oppression, but she only abuses others - males, females, her own son, everyone. Its sick character only getting sicker as movie progresses.

There is no resolution at the end, no salvation, no conclusion, no mercy, no atonement, not a single spark of light at the end of the tunnel. The main heroine is simply sick psychopath who should be treated at the closed psychiatric ward as she descends just from from perverted to simply dangerous and evil.

Reviewed by Mariana Pereira 2 / 10

The movie rails off into an unwanted territory

The characters all end up committing heinous acts that throughout the runtime of two films would lead you to think is completely unlike them at all. Not only is the final act a giant figurative middle finger to the audience, but it also decides to give all the characters completely new personalities just to be able to create a shocking ending. What is so infuriating about the ending, is that there was no built-up or anything suggesting that the characters were capable of doing these acts. It is not as if only one character were to do something that is "outside of their character," but it is pretty much everyone in the movie decides to do something completely unlike themselves all at the same time, just to be able to have an unsatisfying climactic conclusion. Other than the final act, the other scenes also seem to delve more into fetishism instead of focusing on the central "problem," which is her sex addiction (or nymphomania). The movie rails off into an unwanted territory and brings all 4+ hours of these two volumes to not only a disappointing ending, but also an ending that is insulting to its audience.

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