Movie Review – Amsterdam

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Amsterdam sure is causing a stir on the internet. I wanted to read some reviews from others before I cemented mine in. I think it’s evenly split down the middle. Some loved it and some hated it.

I can agree with all of them.

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The parts that were good, like the acting, were great but the convoluted storyline was a real annoyance and was hard to get past. I was lost a number of times. Another thing that bothers me is: They didn’t properly use the big-name stars. The cast was full of legendary actors that only saw a few minutes on screen. I think they should have flushed out those roles better.

The three main stars, Christian Bale, Margot Robbie, and John David Washington were phenomenal. They helped fill the voids in a dragged-out, slow-paced movie. Having thought about it overnight I’ve decided to give it a C. It’s right down the middle between great and blah.

Grade: C

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There are extra scenes during, or after, the end credits of Amsterdam.

Rated: (R) NA
Genres: Comedy, Drama, History
Starring: Christian Bale, Margot Robbie, John David Washington
Director: David O. Russell
Writer(s): David O. Russell
Language: English
Country: United States

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  • Anonymous

    Thanks Christine. Always like you reviewes.

  • Christene E Johnson Editor

    Thank you so much for the comment. I really appreciate hearing from our app users. Have a great day!!

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