Winter's Tale


Action / Drama / Fantasy / Mystery / Romance

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 13%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 44%
IMDb Rating 6.2 10 46461


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Finn Wittrock as Gabriel
Will Smith as Judge
Jennifer Connelly as Virginia Gamely
Matt Bomer as Young Man
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864.83 MB
23.976 fps
1hr 58 min
P/S 3 / 53
1.84 GB
23.976 fps
1hr 58 min
P/S 5 / 25

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Lisa Muñoz 5 / 10

Kind of a misstep

I love fantasy, unlike my family. But to mix it in with an every day life scenario, it has to be done right. In the case of Pan's Labyrinth, the beautiful combination of the real war-torn world and the fantasy world worked spot on throughout the whole film.

In this movie, the gaps of the fantasy world aren't really filled out properly. It presents itself as a world where demons and angels are fighting some kind of war. But the rules aren't very clear. This is made evident by the fact that the book is incredibly long and covers too much ground for it to be made in a film (Martin Scorsese himself deemed it unfilmable)

The other, albeit much milder, problem I have with the movie is Will Smith as Lucifer. Now don't get me wrong, I LOVE Will Smith, but this just doesn't work. To play the devil, an actor has to have two things: Irresistible charm and the ability to terrify the wits out of you. Smith definitely has the first, but not so much the second.

It unfortunately ends up being too sickly sweet and clichèd for my liking.

Reviewed by Michael Ledo 7 / 10

Even the stars have names

The film incorporates ancient beliefs about life. We are all connected by light. We turn into stars when we die. There is one miracle in all of us.The gods/angels/demons intervene.

In our tale Peter (Colin Farrell) is a thief in NYC. He leaves the dark side run by a demon Pearly (Russell Crowe) and joins the good side. Pearly works for Lucifer (Will Smith) and is after Peter who meanwhile falls in love with a pretty redhead (Jessica Brown Findlay) who is about to die from TB. Peter literally lifts her off her feet and rides off on a magical white horse. This leaves me really skeptical: Did a guy really write this? This is a slow developing story. It has several good scenes and a number of snooze scenes. I would leave out the narration which assumes the audience are idiots and work whatever ideas it gives us into the Lucifer dialog.

This is a soft PG-13.

Reviewed by Mihai Toma 8 / 10

An unique atmosphere

Found as a kid in a small boat, raised and trained by a very influential man, Peter spends his time robbing safes and evading the authorities. That is, until one day he meets a beautiful but dying young woman for whom he falls.

It's a fantastic movie in which people strongly believe in destiny, that each person has one and he/she cannot die unless it is fulfilled. After death, people become stars and live together with their loved ones in the universe. It's dramatic and sad in its core but impresses through it's fantastic world which slowly unveils. It's a captivating atmosphere which keeps you interested throughout its entirety, but it has many moments of boredom. Also, the story is good and pretty coherent, but isn't very satisfying, a little more work regarding it could have made a lot better. Still, it's a good movie overall.

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