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Collateral Beauty

2016
Romance
Drama
1h 37m
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Avg Percentile 29.35% from 460 total ratings

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Rated 18 Dec 2016
10
6th
This score is based on viewing the trailer only once. Don't tell me you really made a voluntary choice to watch this movie, pal.
Rated 14 Apr 2017
1
1st
Someone thought this was deep and poetic.
Rated 18 Dec 2016
35
27th
This movie is like if Quentin Tarantino turned It's a Wonderful Life into a Lifetime original movie. How can you get lame performances from so many talented actors (Mirren, Norton, Pena, Winslet)? Just ask David Frankel.
Rated 26 Feb 2019
5
0th
Collateral Talent
Rated 05 Jan 2017
50
14th
First third was just awful. Actors and writers phoned everything in. Improved somewhat after that.
Rated 19 Jan 2017
42
5th
I've read somewhere that all of the actors in this movie should fire their agents. Well they should, really.
Rated 27 Aug 2017
43
23rd
Credit to the actors, who look like they are doing this recreational instead of work. It shows how much Collateral Beauty lacks depth and vision. 43/100.
Rated 25 Feb 2017
30
33rd
If they were going to take that route, there was so much they could have done with this scenario... and THAT'S all they could come up with. Love the cast. Got to give credit for them trying, but this was a hopeless mess.
Rated 29 Nov 2017
10
4th
Heartfelt shit!
Rated 23 Jan 2019
39
33rd
watchable
Rated 05 Feb 2018
2
17th
I expected so much more from that crowd. Still had a few good moments, but nothing impressed me. *Okay
Rated 02 Jan 2020
29
13th
It is shocking to rate a movie with Will Smith, Ed Norton, Keira Knightly and Helen Mirren so low, but this was some of the worst nonsense ever written. Not to say the performances were not good, it's just such a dissatisfying movie that all that star power seemed pointless and wasted. Horrible writing full of nonsense intended to tug at your heartstrings but which fails miserably. Frankly, I can not recommend this movie to anyone even though I adore the actors.
Rated 15 Dec 2016
20
7th
Collateral Beauty is a huge waste of time and talent. Positioned with a prime release date, the studio clearly envisioned that it would be a player come awards time. Will Smith mopes for 90 minutes while convoluted and contrived events occur around him, all while the film spouts intellectual B.S. about how one should live life and tries to manipulate the heartstrings of an audience that is far more likely to laugh at its idiocy than buy in.
Rated 23 Jan 2017
55
22nd
No character development, no depth, too many cliche metaphors. Will Smith's & Helen Mirren's acting is the only positive worth mentioning about it.
Rated 10 Jun 2017
1
8th
Seems like a quick project for many of these hollywood superstars. They are all doing this with their hands tied on their backs, blindfolded. Latimore was a high point. It only runs for some 90 minutes, and still feels long. *Bad
Rated 30 Sep 2017
45
8th
SPOILERS: There are two twists near the very end, one of which is bad and pointless, the other of which is bad, pointless, and damaging. Actually, they might both be damaging, but given how trite and confused the film is already, it's not like there was far to fall. Some okay performances and a glossy production make it a modicum more tolerable.
Rated 21 Apr 2017
1
4th
More like collateral doody!!
Rated 27 Feb 2017
0
0th
This must be what happens when you give Tommy Wiseau a multimillion dollar budget
Rated 03 Jan 2017
0
1st
It's near impossible to make a movie with no redeeming features - but damned if Collateral Beauty doesn't hits the zero-stars jackpot. The unholy mess that director David Frankel and screenwriter Allan Loeb have unleashed for the holidays strands an all-star cast - including Will Smith, Kate Winslet, Helen Mirren, Edward Norton and Keira Knightley - on a sinking ship that churns the waters from absurd to zombified with frequent stops at pretentious.
Rated 18 Dec 2016
70
20th
75
Rated 29 Jan 2019
70
71st
Not sure why the critics hated it. Maybe because it is harsh to think about people who suffer tremendous losses and grief. Maybe because you need a tolerance for melancholy. Or maybe you just need to have kids of your own. Will Smith does a great job, and gets away with playing a very difficult emotional character.
Rated 17 Mar 2024
80
77th
Howdidpeoplenotlikethisloldopeconceptbutabutfucked+lifeafterbirthlol+real-orchestrated
Rated 12 Nov 2020
92
65th
I believe this is one the critics got wrong. Beautiful movie about a very sad subject. The loss of a child.
Rated 11 May 2021
57
55th
Love, Time & Death. Should have included Money as well.
Rated 10 Apr 2022
20
7th
Now I get why his partners do what they do. This film sucks though.
Rated 08 Dec 2022
58
16th
A great pool of acting talent, and handsome production design, are kind of fascinatingly squandered on a limp, cornball production, with a screenplay (and ultimate resolution) that would make the Hallmark company roll their eyes. Never unwatchable, and the actors themselves can’t be faulted, working overtime to bring some life and sincerity to their empty headed characterisations; this may have scraped by as a guilty pleasure if not for the increasingly ridiculous revelations in the final act.
Rated 20 Mar 2023
57
2nd
one of the most boring movies ever and i felt no emotional connection to any character in it, it is the pure definition of a good message ruined by boring dialogue & bad acting
Rated 27 Feb 2017
64
51st
Collateral Beauty is a missed opportunity. The first half of the film is vibrant, funny and well-shot, which is a shame as the second half devolves into an unending recitation of greeting cards. The film would have benefited from 50% less Smith, cutting Harris' character (as her plot-line with Smith is tired and uninspired) and a bigger focus on the comedy / manipulation.
Rated 11 Apr 2018
70
42nd
11.04.2018, Istanbul
Rated 04 Mar 2018
95
93rd
i like movies full of human dialogues, if its a narration or (Edward Norton) style, then even more amazing, its that simple - rating, genre doesn't matter to me
Rated 27 Feb 2017
69
56th
Slightly better than the avrage review, but it's not an Oscar nominee. Will Smith is a good actor but there's so much he can do with this script. An okay movie overall.
Rated 14 Apr 2017
60
52nd
4/4 Entertainment: kept my attention with an interesting story and unexpected twist at the end. 2/3 Spirit: reflections about Death, Time, and Love. 0/3 Sustainability.
Rated 11 Jan 2017
5
40th
Since critics shat all over this movie (below 20% on rottentomatoes right now), I expected something awful. Far from that, it managed to move my heartstrings, which very few movies can do. It's not my favorite style of movie and it has lots of weak and dumb moments so I can't rate it more than 5/10, but it was pretty good for what it was. Give it a chance, ignore the critics.
Rated 15 Jun 2017
90
59th
1493: heart breaking!
Rated 26 Nov 2017
100
93rd
So much hatred for such a truly wonderful movie. When it ended my wife wanted to watch again. Great writing with none of the usual political and social agenda that so overtakes 99 percent of hollywood movies.
Rated 26 Dec 2016
70
72nd
http://www.pluggedin.com/movie-reviews/collateral-beauty
Rated 08 Apr 2023
60
58th
eng; [collateral beauty]; der chef einer marketing abteilung hat sich nach dem tod seines kindes und die Depression und Trauer zurückgezogen - bis seine Kollegen ihn mittels dreier schauspieler zurückhohlen.; (leider zerstört das ende mit der reduzierung der schauspieler die verbundenheit zum film, und misbilligt den Menschen die kompetenz sich selbst und gegenseitig zu helfen. Sonst könnte es wirklich gut sein.)
Rated 09 Dec 2017
70
54th
Unfairly shat on
Rated 11 Apr 2017
69
77th
Critics claim it's utter crap. May I dispute this? My opinion here : http://bit.ly/2oSro83

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