White Bird in a Blizzard

2014

Drama / Mystery / Thriller

White Bird in a Blizzard (2014) download yts

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Shailene Woodley as Kat Connors
Eva Green as Eve Connors
Thomas Jane as Detective Scieziesciez
Christopher Meloni as Brock Connors
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749.72 MB
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23.976 fps
1hr 31 min
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1hr 31 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Siebert_Tenseven 10 / 10

Kooky, Laughable, Livid, Ludicrous and Lurid

I completely enjoyed this film and am looking forward to watching it again. I enjoy Gregg Araki's work because it's always a bit strange, and this film is no exception. Everyone acts a little weird and does a great job of it. A few of the script lines had me laughing out loud. The pacing is stop and go so be prepared for that. In addition, there are some things that might not make sense, so if you like things to be all set up in the correct compartments, forget it. Essentially, a lot of Araki's films are about getting out of the comfort zone. Obviously this creates a lot of anxiety among motion picture producers and even more so amongst the viewers of his films. The fact that this film exists at all is a testament to the perseverance of a director with a unique skew on the world and the gift of being able to capture it.

Reviewed by labikkina 4 / 10

2min out of 91

"Nice-to-watch-on-a-Sunday-afternoon-if you-don't-have-anything- better-to-do." kind of movie. I liked the photography, the soundtrack, and scenography, though. Not so much the plot which is a poor vehicle for what the central idea of the movie is or tries to be. The acting wasn't exactly Oscar material either, specially the girl playing Cat. I couldn't hate her and I couldn't feel any sympathy for her either. She was just annoying and that detracts a lot from the message that the film as a whole seeks to deliver. They could have cast a different actress who was able to add more depth to the character and not make it appear so trivial, Shailene Woodley just confused indifference with shallowness, two different concepts. The plot reveals itself early, no need to be particularly observant to imagine what could have happened and there are many obvious reasons for that, however the motive that set in motion the events resulted a bit less predictable and those turned out to be the only 2min out of 91min of film that I found somewhat interesting.

Reviewed by william linares 5 / 10

Typical Gregg Araki movie, not that good.

The director that gave us in the 90s "The Doom Generation, Gregg Araki bring us this thriller about a 17 year old girl named Kat (Shailene Woodley), who has an estranged relationship with her mother Eve (Eva Green), who disappears out of the blue when Kat is 17.

There's really not too much to this movie, seriously. It is very slow paced, with a highly predictable ending and some sex scenes, there isn't a lot of depth in the characters or situations, the director has given us another of his mediocre movies.

Kat is supposed to be on a journey of self discovery but gratuitous nudity take place of character development, not something I'll watch again.

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