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20th Century Women ()

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The story of three women who explore love and freedom in Southern California during the late 1970s. (imdb)

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20th Century Women belongs to 18 collections
2. 1970s period film (public: moderated by djross - 3 stars)
3. 89th Academy Awards Nominees (public: moderated by SpeedlimiT - 2 stars)
4. A24 (public: moderated by elhenzo - 2 stars)
5. 74th Golden Globe Nominees - 2016 (public: moderated by BeeDub - 1 star)
6. 89th Academy Reminder List (2016) (public: moderated by cowfrappe - 1 star)
7. Best Original screenplay (public: moderated by Roman_Herbom)
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Date User Score
Apr 19 fictionfitz
92 95%
Apr 14 LMFAO
78 88%
Apr 12 gwarlek gwarlek
7 73%
Apr 10 gbouras
8 75%
Apr 07 RTCritics
92 83%
Apr 04 lucylarssonx lucylarssonx
72 53%
Apr 02 nbc6 nbc6
70 65%
Apr 02 amukina
72 71%
Mar 26 RoninMG7 RoninMG7
90 93%
Mar 18 Timmer
82 81%
Mar 14 RottenT
88 70%
Mar 12 flowing flowing
13 4%
Mar 10 quartier quartier
78 78%
Mar 09 Riptide0 Riptide0
88 83%
Mar 09 gulahgula gulahgula
70 24%
Mar 04 goktugerce goktugerce
64 0%
Mar 03 goldbluming Goldbluming
68 31%
Annette Bening was incredible, but I just couldn't care about any of the other characters or the plot or the indie film pseudo-emotional cliches.
Mar 03 cbristow
86 66%
Mar 01 FennisDembo
5 93%
Feb 26 PruthviG
40 9%
Feb 24 persianwiz
95 90%
Feb 19 frnk23 frnk23
75 82%
Feb 12 leemarvins
84 73%
Feb 12 Sebolains
80 55%
Feb 08 Aizhas ()
90 81%
Feb 06 AnttiR
75 29%
Nice movie with sort of feminist message, however some of the problems of these people were hardly relatable.
Feb 03 Cinemafan89
79 57%
Feb 01 ilkyaz
80 75%
Jan 31 randgrior
62 18%
Jan 28 snowjohn54
50 2%
Jan 28 antidood1 antidood1
80 85%
Jan 27 tarr
60 17%
Jan 25 zeynepkv
90 44%
Jan 25 oktaygockon oktaygockon
70 22%
Jan 24 epicurio
84 64%
Jan 23 Sesilya Sesilya
88 78%
Jan 22 robochaa
80 66%
Jan 21 selinozcelik selinozcelik
79 49%
Jan 20 Kebapche Kebapche
30 3%
Jan 17 mentos81 mentos81
85 87%
Jan 15 jbissell jbissell
75 43%
Jan 14 Shadrik Shadrik
71 57%
Jan 11 thiskendell
40 67%
Jan 09 cengaveri
78 88%
Jan 08 weirdyoda weirdyoda
66 17%
Jan 08 filay filay
70 50%
Jan 08 MaxMaster
90 66%
Jan 08 luisferreira luisferreira
72 67%
Jan 07 Halfang Halfang
93 82%
Jan 07 leventdem leventdem
80 67%
Jan 06 kcknz kcknz
74 47%
Jan 03 henk93
8 26%
Jan 02 ademan
70 21%
Dec 30, 2017 Eric_WK Eric WK
80 74%
Dec 25, 2017 dumbjaw dumbjaw
64 45%
Dec 24, 2017 mew
70 55%
Dec 23, 2017 chalkeater
50 2%
Dec 23, 2017 omeraksy omeraksy
83 86%
Dec 21, 2017 bejonsson bejonsson
90 82%
Dec 20, 2017 howler19 howler19
33 24%
Dec 19, 2017 JanDoggen JanDoggen
82 68%
Dec 13, 2017 jjrocketman
50 91%
Dec 13, 2017 moosemoose moosemoose
83 75%
Dec 12, 2017 jannisan
80 93%
Dec 11, 2017 lili ferr
70 64%
Dec 08, 2017 Ram0n
71 44%
Dec 04, 2017 Poot Poot
60 46%
Dec 03, 2017 maddriver52
64 34%
Dec 02, 2017 Voiceofsoul
79 69%
Nov 30, 2017 svenerik svenerik
80 56%
Nov 27, 2017 susie_mauve susie-mauve
80 48%
Nov 27, 2017 ashleylm ashleylm
65 53%
Nov 26, 2017 imaginaryoct
7 77%
Nov 26, 2017 kjones77
70 39%
Nov 25, 2017 Cqoicebordel
76 75%
Nov 25, 2017 arrow_s arrow-s
68 42%
Nov 18, 2017 morevna morevna.
85 55%
Nov 14, 2017 thebalkabaa thebalkabaa
45 23%
Nov 13, 2017 teckgecko teckgecko
77 73%
Nov 13, 2017 Tester Tester
76 77%
Nov 13, 2017 Asm_Nabil Asm Nabil
60 27%
Nov 12, 2017 ears550 elixir
53 39%
Nov 12, 2017 sidarora93
80 66%
Nov 11, 2017 worleyjamers
79 84%
Nov 09, 2017 lan lan
85 82%
Nov 08, 2017 bookhouseboy bookhouseboy
35 39%
#17#, exp3, rw2, story, ratings, cast
Nov 07, 2017 SMClonk
62 46%
Nov 06, 2017 iammattr
83 67%
Nov 06, 2017 guibebezinho
90 82%
Nov 04, 2017 ycetindil
31 2%
Nov 03, 2017 redmdb redmdb
87 38%
Oct 31, 2017 crtsjffrsn
60 53%
Oct 30, 2017 RealMacgyver RealMacgyver
80 72%
Oct 28, 2017 ssabetti
79 35%
Oct 25, 2017 SamLoveitt
80 36%
Oct 20, 2017 prowler prowler
38 34%
nostalgia trip/trap for a certain generation of american Liberal. But hey, it's up to us to bring it all back: all we have to do is tax the rich and unplug the internet. Or give up and watch movies like this one.
Oct 17, 2017 lucahassan
92 89%
Oct 16, 2017 gonrodnu
40 9%
Oct 14, 2017 dsmith147
87 74%
Oct 03, 2017 PaulB1 PaulB1
76 43%
Sep 30, 2017 honeyhale
95 92%
Sep 30, 2017 ellewoods
90 70%
Sep 29, 2017 kordkarimi
60 21%
Sep 26, 2017 Mdlcr
60 24%
Sep 25, 2017 kidmaniac kidmaniac
66 42%
Sep 25, 2017 88homes
75 58%
Sep 15, 2017 glumpy99 glumpy_99
46 5%
Aimless, hazy journey through the suburbs in the late 70s lacks any sort of narrative spine, which would be fine if the film could focus or bring any sort of insight to bear on its eclectic group of characters, who largely drift around waiting for something interesting to happen, which unfortunately never does. There is obvious personal passion which Mills feels for these people, but the significance is lacking to an outsider. Performances are fine, with Fanning becoming a reliable stand-out.
Sep 15, 2017 dowsman
80 7%
Sep 15, 2017 LordCouture
55 44%
Sep 12, 2017 dr_Robert
4 73%
Sep 10, 2017 kaan26 kaan26
70 61%
Sep 08, 2017 lol lol
94 97%
Sep 02, 2017 vordven vordven
80 71%
Aug 30, 2017 cayh
100 96%
Aug 29, 2017 Lakigigar Lakigigar
70 57%
Aug 28, 2017 mjbreuer
72 55%
Aug 24, 2017 ericambler
85 86%
A tender, funny, and wistful film about the constant process of self-discovery, 20TH CENTURY WOMEN perfectly evokes a time (the late 1970s), a place (coastal California), and a cultural moment (the cusp of the materialistic and moralizing 80s). Lovely work all around, especially from Annette Bening and writer-director Mike Mills, who creates a portrait of an unconventional family unit--supportive to a fault--earnestly stumbling toward mutual understanding.
Aug 23, 2017 crane8
9 79%
Aug 22, 2017 Cerendes Cerendes
25 88%
Aug 20, 2017 ShaunLewis54 ShaunLewis54
75 50%
Aug 18, 2017 k89
9 75%
Aug 13, 2017 rfdutra rfdutra
7 58%
Aug 12, 2017 wayofthegun wayofthegun
85 79%
Aug 09, 2017 skydog
85 75%
Aug 08, 2017 brettz brettz
3 28%
Aug 08, 2017 Redner
80 83%
Aug 07, 2017 CountZero
20 18%
Aug 07, 2017 saguara saguara
74 58%
Aug 05, 2017 amit.reter
90 54%
Aug 05, 2017 AliV Ali_V.
84 77%
Aug 04, 2017 phil_ii phil-
70 45%
Aug 04, 2017 megdesilva megdesilva
80 45%
Aug 04, 2017 kissgyozi
60 20%
Aug 02, 2017 ifbrown11
83 73%
Aug 01, 2017 cat9man cat9man
83 66%
Jul 30, 2017 kandinya
80 84%
Jul 28, 2017 salopiantree
60 14%
Jul 27, 2017 Suda_Balik Suda Balık
85 71%
Jul 25, 2017 masoo masoo
80 75%
I can't go without mentioning Elle Fanning. Fanning has gotten good reviews for many years. Her role in 20th Century Women could have been overwhelmed by the Oscar-nominated Bening and the indie Queen Gerwig, especially since when Gerwig is on the screen, it's hard to pay attention to anything else. But Fanning holds up her end.
Jul 23, 2017 owl89135
7 46%
Jul 22, 2017 SandyR SandyR
90 84%
Jul 22, 2017 navidg navid.g
70 31%
Jul 22, 2017 Cinephile777
75 28%
Jul 21, 2017 brickwall brickwall
100 99%
After a 2nd watch I'm confident in calling this a favorite of mine. My favorite film of 2016 to be sure. I love every aspect of this film; the genuine script, nuanced and textural direction, the perfect and bold editing, every single performance, and an incredible and essential soundtrack both on a tonal and plot level. This is one of only a few films that I feel have actually enriched my life with its meaning and messages. Video Review: https://youtu.be/7sM9hzH-qJw proud to be an art fag
Jul 20, 2017 constantine constantine
80 74%
Jul 20, 2017 WhatTheFlick WhatTheFlick
79 73%
Jul 19, 2017 barisius barisius
60 20%
Jul 19, 2017 gwynplaine gwynplaine
80 54%
Jul 17, 2017 qualsh
73 46%
Jul 17, 2017 Gifts
82 74%
Jul 17, 2017 electric
78 59%
Jul 16, 2017 LunaticC NBD Rab
80 63%
Jul 15, 2017 elbis
80 89%
Jul 14, 2017 sagikk
78 77%
Jul 11, 2017 Llamadeus llama
65 57%
Jul 10, 2017 BangingOn Banging_On
82 77%
Jul 10, 2017 cerenrien cerenrien
90 68%
Jul 10, 2017 theficionado
88 87%
Seeking to demonstrate a new understanding of his mother, Jamie reads her an essay by Zoe Moss. "I don't need a book to tell me who I am," his mother responds, offended. "I love you," he later confesses to another character. "But it's your version of me," she objects. "It's not me." 20CW regards acts of interpretation as acts of reduction, perhaps even acts of violence, but essential anyway; our glimpses of others is always partial -- to draw upon Abbie's vocation, snapshots, maybe?
Jul 09, 2017 marazi
68 21%
Jul 09, 2017 JJ1986 JJ1986
60 53%
Always pleasant and the acting is great, but the narration and structure are a crutch and the script tells the audience everything about these characters while showing little.
Jul 09, 2017 snallygaster snallygaster
67 73%
Jul 09, 2017 LindenT LindenT
70 55%
Jul 07, 2017 igormachete igormachete
94 94%
Jul 06, 2017 hellbikeart
80 84%
Jul 06, 2017 joxnq joxnq
80 80%
Jul 06, 2017 addeh addeh
82 85%
Jul 03, 2017 Octave Octave
69 67%
Jul 01, 2017 Gnalkthere Gnalkthere
79 46%
I'm somehow relieved that the marketing makes this appeal to an older demographic because god forbid a twee teenager or a Le Wrong Generation kid see this and think of doing anything in this film. But yeah good film
Jun 29, 2017 karlson karlson
70 44%
Jun 29, 2017 FreddieQuell FreddieQuell
51 34%
Jun 27, 2017 kubrickvari kubrickvari
60 37%
Jun 27, 2017 OMGFridge OMGFridge
6 53%
Can't shake the overall sense of lacking. It's just fine. Elle Fanning was great as always however.
Jun 26, 2017 Deliormanli Deliormanli
70 45%
Jun 26, 2017 balvares balvares
70 78%
Jun 26, 2017 guzkedisi guzkedisi
84 70%
Jun 24, 2017 TychoCelchuu TychoCelchuu
79 44%
Jun 21, 2017 raquelmplima raquelmplima
67 53%
Jun 18, 2017 Erminas Erminas
80 76%
Jun 17, 2017 abasakucan
70 56%
Jun 17, 2017 felipelahm felipelahm
65 60%
Mills can't help but drop names, books, cult references and old historical memorabilia, even PSYCHEDELIC FILTERS and his usual accelerated images and this almost ruins it. It's really the cast that holds most of this period piece about three women (one born before WWII, a grown-up who lived through the 60s madness and a young cynical girl) experiencing the life of a bright and gentle teenage boy. Maybe too self-celebrative, but still beautiful when it is able to breathe pure life movement.
Jun 17, 2017 Arlowe Arlowe_
69 61%
Jun 16, 2017 clasick
89 86%
Jun 15, 2017 khizerkk5
100 51%
Jun 14, 2017 oguzaksu
80 61%
Jun 14, 2017 gorkatalay
80 43%
Jun 13, 2017 bizort
81 81%
Fantastic performances all around, specifically Annette Bening
Jun 12, 2017 nanook nanook
70 22%
Jun 12, 2017 Malcym
5 32%
Jun 12, 2017 Elisheva Elisheva
85 72%
Jun 11, 2017 CCLZA CCLZA
80 77%
Jun 10, 2017 ethel
87 92%
Jun 08, 2017 Ryan_Lueders Ryan Lueders (ReelRyan)
0 0%
I wish this was a film made before film was even invented. This movie was as fast moving as a stalled-out car. None of the characters had moved forward in their lives and the relationships were really awkward and dumb. I hated the Gerwig & Crudup relationship and don't even get me started on the main boy's relationship with Elle Fanning. Talk about being a giant cuckold. The movie isn't incredibly long, but it felt like it took centuries to go through... [Full Review]
Jun 07, 2017 jerfairall jerfairall
65 40%
Jun 07, 2017 jef_costello jef costello
75 49%
Jun 04, 2017 goodedward
10 0%
Jun 02, 2017 Boonmee Boonmee
80 77%
Jun 01, 2017 feritdgn feritdgn
80 64%
May 31, 2017 bal3x bal3x
60 36%
May 27, 2017 lynchian
76 71%
May 26, 2017 natebarrios natebarrios
75 64%
have you ever woken up in bed and the sun was shining through the window and it was just warm enough; not too hot, no clouds, none of that? that's like this movie, kinda.
May 25, 2017 mb9607
80 %
May 23, 2017 Doussy Doussy
71 13%
May 22, 2017 karlilia
85 95%
May 21, 2017 camara camara
89 88%
May 19, 2017 skb2933
81 72%
May 17, 2017 Lonewolf2003
78 64%
May 17, 2017 xanderbisc xanderbisc
55 61%
May 17, 2017 rorschach05 rorschach05
81 75%
May 17, 2017 zomgmouse
90 87%
May 14, 2017 Pietayse Pietayse
75 57%
May 14, 2017 bones_r
60 32%
May 11, 2017 batkojohny batkojohny
80 84%
May 08, 2017 Mikadzuki
66 50%
May 06, 2017 krmr krmr
80 46%
May 06, 2017 fzycow fzycow
87 54%
May 06, 2017 alikocaali alikocaali
85 94%
May 04, 2017 sebby sebby
80 89%
May 04, 2017 Benad99
75 47%
May 03, 2017 smellyjoe
80 53%
May 03, 2017 lucidquasar
90 85%
May 01, 2017 wokelstein wokelstein
97 95%
May 01, 2017 KeanuGrieves KeanuGrieves
87 67%
Apr 30, 2017 Cronos
60 57%
Apr 30, 2017 kastenm kastenm
86 92%
Apr 30, 2017 BenniE
90 58%
Apr 29, 2017 AzamEli AzamEli
82 76%
Apr 29, 2017 angelicakh angelica_kh
75 62%
Apr 26, 2017 halkas halkas
60 58%
Apr 26, 2017 korbenPL korbenPL
34 28%
Apr 26, 2017 fakefeudal fakefeudal
85 71%
Apr 26, 2017 Doodiebrainz
98 57%
Apr 25, 2017 fkaraman fkaraman
80 71%
Apr 25, 2017 meltem meltem
75 74%
Apr 25, 2017 2017kah
83 61%
Apr 25, 2017 Diggler
82 79%
Apr 24, 2017 kangadoodoo kangadoodoo
75 86%
Apr 23, 2017 pleione pleione
77 44%
Apr 23, 2017 the0bauman
77 82%
Apr 22, 2017 maksler maksler
80 66%
Apr 21, 2017 HakkaMex
5 31%
Apr 21, 2017 BowieMeawie BowieMeawie
65 21%
Apr 21, 2017 Philosofem
62 31%
Apr 20, 2017 adrenaline adrenaline
90 96%
Apr 20, 2017 sibur sibur
70 54%
Apr 20, 2017 90sCoffee 90sCoffee
73 52%
Apr 19, 2017 jeffv jeff_v
76 83%
Apr 19, 2017 cankutozturk cankutozturk
80 91%
Apr 18, 2017 Cooper Cooper
60 25%
Apr 17, 2017 kendell kendell
92 84%
Apr 17, 2017 katyaninyazi katyaninyazi
80 59%
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