St. Vincent

2014

Action / Comedy / Drama

297
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 77%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 80%
IMDb Rating 7.3 10 84385

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Naomi Watts as Daka
Bill Murray as Vincent
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Reviewed by Tss5078 8 / 10

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Chemistry can make all the difference in a film, even when the story has been done before. St. Vincent wasn't a great film because the story was out of this world. In fact, it wasn't even all that original, but rather the fantastic chemistry between veteran Bill Murray, and newcomer Jaeden Lieberher made all the difference. After a bitter divorce, Maggie & Oliver have been forced to move to a new neighborhood, where they find their new neighbor is a bitter old drunk named Vincent (Murray). Vincent wants nothing to do with anyone, until happenstance throws him together with Oliver, who he reluctantly agrees to watch in exchange for a paycheck, but what does he know about taking care of a kid? Even though this movie could have been more raunchy, Bill Murray is always funny and paired together with this scrawny, innocent, overprotected kid, made for some of the best interplay I've seen in a very long time. Murray was at the top of his game, but he almost had the show stolen right out from under him by young Jaeden Lieberher. Four years later, we know this kid is a star, and after seeing this performance, it's easy to see how he landing huge roles in the movies It and The Book of Henry. Finally the cast is rounded out by Melissa McCarthy who I honestly can not stand anymore, but believe it or not, she was very reserved and laid back. I didn't know she was actually capable of doing that. St. Vincent won't win any awards for originality, some parts could be a bit slow, although there were a few surprises. As for me, I love the chemistry, I always enjoy seeing how young actors and actresses got their start, and the film stars Bill freaking Murray, need I say more?

Reviewed by shanikayrs 9 / 10

This is the art,what we need for become true saints

This is sad man speaks directly to my sad man. That is how I like this egregious drama, what I happened to enjoy in Saturday the 13th Jan. When the melodramatic sainthood in the world of cinema failing, there are some good reasonable uprising in movies with similar theme, and out of all those title , this shit worth your sad time. Sometimes when I sit alone and watch this kind of movies, I feel the cinema is correct but of course the real world is way far far behind from what it is call human life. You see the nursing home people wanna 'Put' Sandy somewhere else if this old man fails to pay, Stupid bankers, as always and always try to survive in their pathetic protocols and trying be nice about their imprudent schmuckness , and you will see sicken hospital policies. So, see , out of the beauty of freedom and essence of love and compassion the blunt rudeness of , I would say mostly greed created living system breaking the wonderful norm of humanity.

To the most of world Daka is a hooker but to Mr Vin , she is the 'Lady of night' and this bold man showing his deep seated empathy to this lady by frankly apprenticing the honesty of the way she make living. And in return Daka play a role more than just a hooker. I will say ,that would be the true satisfaction of doing business.

As an armature reviewer am quite blind to see weakness in a movie if I truly fell in love with it . so, yes and I am blind to find a flaw in here. From the script writer (may be the person we always forget to give the credit) , director and all staring doing everything sharp and flawless, and of course our Bill Murray, the man lost in translation :) reasoning his excellence in Hollywood once again as Vin.

Why we need art, If it is for creating better world, then we need this kind of art, we need more human watching this kind of art. We need not to white wash ugly governance and corporation as the way of life, an it's stars as the Saints. We need people to be true to them and stand for it and to be real saint to their their very own way.

Of course Mr Vin, even I don't understand why people say ' I am sorry for your loss'

Loving this !!!

Reviewed by Clifton Johnson 6 / 10

Way too sentimental, but some strong performances

This film was way too sentimental and tried way too hard. That said, Murray and McCarthy gave amazing performances that buoyed almost every scene (and the soundtrack didn't hurt either). It was far from perfect, but it would have been an unmitigated disaster without those actors. Sometimes a simple set-up and great performances is enough to (mostly) redeem a movie.

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