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Nightmare Alley

User rating: 2.74 15 Reviews | Write a Review

In Theaters: December 17, 2021

On DVD/Blu-ray: March 22, 2022

R | Drama, Thriller, Mystery | 1h 51m

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User rating: 2.74

Based on 62 votes and 15 reviews.

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User rating: February 15, 2022

Del Toro latest hack job is predictably awful. He is no filmmaker, just a gluttonous imposter. I have friends who have worked as crew on films Del Toro has shot in Canada. They said that he raided the craft services table, inhaled all the doughnuts in a disgusting display, and left no food for anyone else! What a pig! Miss the one. Best to stay at home and guard your food lest Del Toro is in your neighborhood.

User rating: January 22, 2022

Great cinematography! Very noir!

User rating: January 14, 2022

Yet another inferior remake. Yet another dud from one of the most overpraised directors ever.

User rating: January 5, 2022

Del Toro is a master of film. His pan s Labyrinth is one of my favorite movies of all time. His ability to present his characters as people with real emotions in so many forms is the best. The ending of the movie is fabulous. In this environment of films with special effects like monotonous explosions and and characters that no depth it is beautiful to see movies that Doesn’t use that crap uses actors that have real human emotions and imperfections. FIVE STARS!!!!!! You

User rating: December 29, 2021

It was terrible and very depressing. I do not recommend it al all. . .

User rating: December 25, 2021

Gross scenes and unbelievable ploy.

User rating: December 23, 2021

Was expecting more..., fell asleep half way through the Movie! Sad....

User rating: December 20, 2021

Everything that Spider-Man: No Way Home should have been and more.

User rating: December 20, 2021

An instant classic! del Toro has done it again!

User rating: December 19, 2021

Gorgeous noir visuals and period detail, excellent performances. This new version goes deep into a dark and cynical take on the American dream. in which a man who starts with nothing tries to forget his past and start over, raising himself to the heights of success through talent and hard work -- only to forget what he learns at the carnival which gives him his start -- never believe your own b.s.