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Re: " All Is Lost" movie

On that magazine that I was talking about, a German one, the results are now much better regarding the movie:

They divided the pool in 1 to 5 being 5 for very good.

The results are 1- 27.2% - 55 votes ...2- 5% - 10 votes ...3 - 21.8% - 44 votes ...4 - 27.2% - 55 votes ...5 - 18.8% - 38 votes

If we consider only negative and positive opinions (considering the 3 neutral) we will have 46% that liked and 32% that did not like it. How about a pool here about it?
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Re: " All Is Lost" movie

This was the review in Sail Magazine....

Spot on..

"The most anticipated sailing film of the year, of course, was a major feature, All Is Lost, staring Robert Redford's an unnamed solo sailor who loses his Cal 39 in the Indiam Ocean. Unfortunately, the film's creators made no effort to make it at all realistic, and any sailor watching it is apt to feel insulted and annoyed.
Redford's performance was hailed as oscar-worthy, but all i saw was a man who looked confused and aggravated for an hour and a half. I had the exact same expression on my face the entire time i was watching him. "
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