Sweet Virginia


Drama / Thriller

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 78%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 59%
IMDb Rating 6.1 10 3872


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Imogen Poots as Lila
Jonathan Tucker as Mitchel Mccabe
Rosemarie DeWitt as Bernadette
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682.84 MB
23.976 fps
1hr 33 min
P/S 8 / 49
1.41 GB
23.976 fps
1hr 33 min
P/S 8 / 34

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by billcr12 3 / 10

Mumble Mumble

If you watch this film, be sure to have subtitles available because the actors constantly mumble their lines. It is beyond annoying. Jon Berenthal sleepwalks as if sedated with a massive dose of thorazine. The rest of the cast seem a little bit less asleep. The story is not all that interesting and in the end I just did not care in the least what happened to anyone in the movie. The only saving grace is the short ninety minute running time. I can usually stick with crime stories that have a sense of humor. Sweet Virginia has no wit or wisdom within the script. There is no reason whatsoever to watch this snooze fest.

Reviewed by hipCRANK 8 / 10

Sour North.

Problem with small towns is everybody leaves 'em. Thus small town stories tend to be based on romanticized memories (be it good or bad) from the point of city slickers. And since most folks reside in giant metropolises, it becomes difficult to pronounce judgement on this evaporating way of life.

Sweet Virginia is one such film beast. It is both good and bad. A good film, about bad people, but chiefly it is about America.

Set in murky Alaska, but filled with soft, southern accented characters, it takes place in a tiny, forgotten place, where people struggle for money, hide their histories, wear baseball caps, drive pickups, move at a snail's pace, and settle their matters in a violent fashion.

At the centre of a nifty noire tangle is an uncomfortable buddy-buddy relationship between an aw-shucks former rodeo star trying unsuccessfully to live a low-key life as a motel owner, and a troubled, snaky hit man. Jon Bernthal is terrific as the reluctant good guy, who innocently befriends the dark stranger in town - a perfectly tense and edgy Christopher Abbott. We know this won't end well, but that is not the point. This is less about the resolution and more about the journey.

"Sweet Virginia" dares to peek under the covers of a sleepy place rampant with familiarity but teeming with excruciating loneliness. One that usually keeps it's secrets well buried. Usually.

Reviewed by The Couchpotatoes 7 / 10

Decent movie

Sweet Virginia is a good movie for people who like a bit of a film noir with a decent story. If you expecting fast-paced action scenes just skip this movie then because it all looks a bit slow. But that's how the story is. The soundtrack helps creating the thriller and suspense effect. The movie mainly centers around four characters played by Jon Bernthal, Imogen Poots, Rosemarie DeWitt and Christopher Abbott. They all did a good job playing their respective characters. Some reviewer mentioned this movie could become a cult movie, but that is too far fetched. It will never be a cult movie. It's just a enjoyable movie with a decent story to watch.

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