Wicker Park

IMDb Rating 7 10 50


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June 29, 2019



Diane Kruger as Anna Holtz
Josh Hartnett as Boy Sweat Dave
Matthew Lillard as Shaggy Rogers
Rose Byrne as Bea
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982.01 MB
23.976 fps
114 min
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1.84 GB
23.976 fps
114 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by mei-7 8 / 10 / 10

Agree -- better than expected!

I hadn't heard of this film before seeing it, but I was pleasantly surprised. It was suspenseful, even "gripping", with a touching and romantic plot. Overall, a movie definitely worth renting. The film begins a bit slowly but picks up very nicely about 30 minutes into it. There are a few twists and turns that will keep your attention. The acting was quite good, albeit with little-known actors except for Josh Hartnett of Blackhawk Down. The best part of this film was the clever way the story all comes together towards the end, including the flashback style which was very well done.

Reviewed by queenalanna2424 9 / 10 / 10

An surprisingly good film.

It was a lazy Sunday night and the only movies playing were Wicker Park and Super Babies Baby Geniuses 2. Well, I picked the film with a more attractive cast. After about the first thirty minutes of Wicker Park I was laughing because it seemed like this was the most absurd movie I had ever seen. However, as the film progressed the laughter subsided and intrigue ensued. By the last thirty minutes of the film I was hooked. When it was over, I was surprised that a movie that had started out so poorly ended up being one of the better films I have seen in a while. If one sees this film, I recommend he/she be patient. I found the overall experience, despite the bad beginning, to be quite good. 4/5 stars

Reviewed by dead47548 9 / 10 / 10

An underrated masterpiece.

Exceeded my large expectations. One of the best films of 2004 with my personal Oscar win for Best Actress. It's an extremely compelling and unique mystery thriller with intricate characters and a storyline that could easily become absurd and convoluted but feels natural and McGuigan allows the viewer to be fully aware of what's happening. It never gets too far ahead of the audience but it doesn't drag for a second. The editing is flawless and meshes the present with the not-so-distant past perfectly. Josh Hartnett delivers a surprisingly emotional performance and adds another strong performance to his recent resume that has really transcended him from the horrific heartthrob clique he was placed in when he first came onto the scene into a serious, talented actor. But the real star of the film is the beautiful Rose Byrne who, as always, delivers a knockout performance that is easily one of the best of the decade. She takes this psychopathic character and somehow makes her immensely sympathetic. I actually found myself rooting for her to be with Matt. Simply with her eyes she portrays this wounded, internally saddened character effortlessly. As I always am when seeing her act, I was completely entranced and amazed. A stunning performance in a brilliant film.

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