Seberg

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54% Audience Score54%
  • 5 of 5 stars
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    Great storyline and Kristen Stewart was amazing. Great film.
  • 2.5 of 5 stars
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    Seberg has good performances, but flat direction. Kristen Stewart is great here as the titular Jean Seberg. She is definitely the best thing about the film. The rest of the performances are good, but none stand out like Stewart’s does. The story itself is an interesting one. Sadly, it is told in the most boring way possible. There isn’t enough excitement or tension. The film is too reliant on cliches. It definitely has its moments, but they don’t add up to a satisfying whole. Overall, the acting definitely helped the film. But the storytelling was retry weak. Hopefully Stewart’s next film is as good as her acting is.
  • 3.5 of 5 stars
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    The script could tackle its issues better but Kristen Stewart's performance is powerful enough to look past it.
  • 5 of 5 stars
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    Wow, I feel like I'm living in a Déjà vu. Very sad story, Seberg was a trail blazer in her beliefs. K Stewart did a great job loved the sets cloths and cast❤️ My heart hurts 😞
  • 3 of 5 stars
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    Kristen Stewart delivers a really good performance as the lead here, as does Anthony Mackie in a supporting role. It's surprisingly relevant today. Combine that with the mental descent of the protagonist and this is kind of fascinating at times to watch. There are some narrative issues and the pacing is problematic at times, holding this back.
  • 5 of 5 stars
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    Phenomenal telling of historical drama relating to powerful people in government attacking people with good intentions trying to change the status quo. Ms. Stewart was brilliant in her portrayal of Ms. Seberg. Supporting cast helped bring this story to life. Overall, highly recommended. Change can happen, one mind at a time. Timely this week.
  • 3 of 5 stars
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    Seberg (3 out of 5 stars) Kristen Stewart did a great job playing Jean Seberg. Her performance was great. Diving into a actress who was an icon. Until she wants to do something more with her life than being a beautiful actress icon. She begins donating her money to a Black Panther movement lead by Anthony Mackies character. Which the governments agents played by Jack O Connell and Vince Vaughn are surveillancing. Seberg gets caught between that. And the attention is drawing to her. The plot was okay. It did not have much development of any character besides showing brief events. Seberg being on a rising star. Her fear and paranoia that the government are watching. Which they were. But her paranoia gets worse that starts affecting her former husband. For a biopic drama film showing some events of Jean Seberg. It did feel like it was short and poorly handled with her and her affair with the leader of Black Panther. None of the characters had time to develop. Seberg is a fair film. Performances are great. Story is decent. And direction is a bit dull.
  • 2 of 5 stars
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    Kristen Stewart was excellent but the movie was way more interested in nailing the FBI than in Jean Seberg's story. I would have far preferred a focus on her.
  • 1.5 of 5 stars
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    That's a big 'nope' for me. Her life was a tragedy. They inserted a redemptive FBI character to steal her loss and produce a foolish ending. Her ending was martyrdom. This movie attempted to reinvent her ending as a farce. Disgusting.
  • 1 of 5 stars
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    I have to be honest. I lasted a half-hour principally because the road wear on Stewart over her many years of tabloid level lifestyle changes have rendered her very unattractive. Jean Seberg was a beautiful woman and never looked as weary as Stewart who looks like she needs to go to a mountain retreat for a long time and hopefully clean up and try to regain some of the physical attractiveness she once had. But, she is nowhere close to being as as attractive or magnetic as Jean Seberg. Dont ever watch a Seberg movie before you watch 'Seberg".