|Average votes grouped by age and by sex:|
|Total includes those who didn't specify sex.|
It's one of the best mmovies I have ever seen. It treats of daily sensations in a very unusual context. It make us look at our own lives, our own problems. It deals with death and love in the most beautiful way. The music just takes all your soul, you are fully living every moment of this story. It makes you think indeed. I read critics of people that didn't like this movie at all, I hope one day these epople will see the real essence behind this movie.
|9/10||mahbouleh@ - first review|
24.12.2003 - age: 18-25
This movie enlightens souls of all ages. It is moving, colourful, hair-raising, intelligent, funny and of course in Aldomovar-style chic! The music is so beautiful, I play the soundtrack all the time. It really makes you think about the rights and wrongs of life... go see it now!
|10/10||orchidjahanshahi@ - first review|
19.4.2003 - age: 36-49
A warm and refreshing movie. I still think Almodovar doesn't truly understand women and as a result will keep on making movies about women but each time he does, he shows illumination and I enjoy watching that.
|9/10||shreela@ - first review|
9.4.2003 - age: 26-35
A very nice and simple film -with hints of the same novice spirit as in Amelie.
|9/10||min@ - 4 reviews|
8.4.2003 - age: 18-25
The optimal meeting of form and function - based on characters locked in comas, the viewer - this one anyway - is thrust into a state of comatose for the duration of the film. The Oscar might have been deserved, but not for this aimless piece of drivel. Save your money - and more importantly, your time. See anything else, do anything else, life is too short for Talk to Her.
|1/10||brett.rathbone@ - first review|
30.3.2003 - age: 26-35
A brilliant piece of work. The Cinema photography is some of the best ever. The scene where she prepares for her bullfight is beautiful as is the one where the dancers make their way onto the stage. The story is touching and presented with Almodovar's unique style.
|10/10||bnewton@ - 4 reviews|
29.3.2003 - age: 50+
How boring! It's you people that are responsible for that Pee-Wee Herman look-alike winning best actor for the Pianist! Real people don't like gay, boring movies like this, get real!
|1/10||the_big_wiggle@ - 9 reviews|
26.3.2003 - age: 18-25
As I am an Almodovar fan, I just love his genius and sensitivity. Again he does not disappoint, you can feel now with this film that his characters are somewhat wiser and a bit less neurotic. But rest assured this is an Almodovar and surprises are always to be expected. Enjoy!!!
|9/10||vince1966@ - 6 reviews|
25.3.2003 - age: 36-49
An exquisite drama on human nature. This film draws the viewer into the human psyche as yearnings and needs are expressed vicariously through two women who are unable to express themselves. A rare masterpiece!
|10/10||drkatz@ - first review|
23.3.2003 - age: 36-49
It's an excellent, enthralling, and surprisingly touching film. It portrays some very exquisite relationships between different characters, and they somehow represent the increasingly alienated relationships between us. A very enjoyable film from the start to the ending credit. Go see it, you won't be disappointed.
|9/10||wt_wt@ - 16 reviews|
15.3.2003 - age: 18-25
Smart, romantic, emotional, inspirational, refreshing and lovely film. Delicious soothing healing music! Just loved it... it will last on my mind for a long time for sure. Definitely worth seeing more than one time.
|9/10||junek428@ - 3 reviews|
13.3.2003 - age: 26-35
Amazing, creative, evocative. Delicious music. A movie that will stay with me for a long time.
|10/10||bill.bridger@ - first review|
12.3.2003 - age: 50+
Beautiful music, powerful characters (although Marco's character was on a sketchy side) Disturbing of course, but black and white moral clarity is not something to look for in a good film. As the ballet mistress would put it: "it's never simple".
|9/10||vaidilute@ - 37 reviews|
8.3.2003 - age: 26-35
This was excellent- just beautiful.
|10/10||yosemitefalls@ - first review|
8.3.2003 - age: 50+
Stunning movie. Not a stereotype in sight - only real human beings. The amazing thing is that the script and the characters are all so complex and yet they appear with such clarity to the viewer. Wonderful writing. This has to be his best one ever - though all his movies are great in so many different ways.
|10/10||joan_buckley@ - first review|
6.3.2003 - age: 50+
And the nominate for the best movie in the world is..."talk to her" congratulation!!
|10/10||marianne@ - 4 reviews|
4.3.2003 - age: 13-17
Great movie. Smart. Adult. Worth seeing twice. What a fine director!
|10/10||dbc_2@ - 2 reviews|
3.3.2003 - age: 36-49
What a movie... it's the type of movie that leaves you speechless. But not speechless in the real term, but in a more deep manner. It's a movie that will make you question yourself, as a spectator. It's a combination of sadness, simplicity and beauty... (what a combination!) The movie seems simple, but it will make you think about it for a long time, guaranteed. The themes? Real love, special love, death, life, sadness, loneliness, hope...
|8/10||leul04@ - 7 reviews|
1.3.2003 - age: 18-25
Touching story... especially in the end... making you sad for them... anyway true affection can be expressed in all kinds of ways...
|8/10||czhou@ - 2 reviews|
17.2.2003 - age: 18-25
A wonder. Marvellous direction. Beautiful to look at. Excellent acting. Moving and disturbing. Never predictable. Great.
|10/10||hkrosnick@ - first review|
13.2.2003 - age: 50+
This movie is so good that I'm going to see it for the third time. I also bought soundtrack. The movie discoveres the true natures of the human soul in every aspect. This kind of movies help me more understend myself and the world around. Fantastic job. Thanks.
|10/10||mdgajkowski@ - first review|
13.2.2003 - age: 36-49
I say this is the best movie you can see, specially with all those hollywood movies, it really is a different experience you never forget.
|10/10||negzi2002@ - first review|
5.2.2003 - age: 26-35
Made me question about morals and values.
|7/10||ptoleme@ - 80 reviews|
1.2.2003 - age: 36-49
Very quirky wonderfully photographed film. The story line in this film is nothing you'd ever see out of Hollywood, so I recommend it based on that alone. There are a couple of surprises in the subtitles that make we wonder if the transcriber was trying to make a funny. (ie: Elephant sized...) Beautiful scenery shot in Spain. Worth a look. Even the jails look nice in Europe and inmates are not called inmates... ha ha.
|8/10||robepfef@ - 28 reviews|
27.1.2003 - age: 36-49
This picture has more melodrama than earlier Almodàvar films... but still it has its odd and wacky moments. I was entertained by it, even if I didn't quite care enough to grasp the 'message' of the film. Stylishly photographed, with much colour but more subdued than previous films. Beautiful scenes of Spain and its people in a complex and subtle story. Worth seeing...
|7/10||robbinemail@ - 148 reviews|
27.1.2003 - age: 36-49
A wonderful movie encapturing spanish atmosphere and european values. One of the great and controversial movies this year. A must see.
|10/10||anamonteroso@ - 5 reviews|
25.1.2003 - age: 26-35
Another great Almodovar creation. He really demonstrates human complexities and makes us all loveable.
|9/10||mdzdanis@ - first review|
22.1.2003 - age: 18-25
I think is one of the most wonderfull films of Almodovar. Always giving the public strong impressions of life. I think the subtitles worked well.
|9/10||nehely@ - first review|
17.1.2003 - age: 18-25
|9/10||mariaster00@ - first review|
12.1.2003 - age: 50+
It wasnt too good, I didn't laugh, cry, and I left halfway through it, maybe it's just me, but...
|4/10||hassa@ - first review|
11.1.2003 - age: 13-17
I enjoyed it very much.
|7/10||jungjahn@ - 7 reviews|
9.1.2003 - age: 50+
|10/10||rasec@ - first review|
8.1.2003 - age: 26-35
This movie was the first film by Almodovar that I've seen. Although I was not overly impressed by it, there was enough there for me to seek other films by this director.
|6/10||sueahn@ - 14 reviews|
3.1.2003 - age: 36-49
Almodovar has created his world just like Fellini created his own. Excellent.
|9/10||carandell@ - first review|
1.1.2003 - age: 50+
Talk To Her has everything you would come to expect from an Almodovar picture! Humour, tear-enducing drama, plot twists, quirky and flawed characters; all these elements help to define a director that has matured enormously and become one of the world's foremost critically acclaimed filmmakers. Although his acting ensemble is not his regular cast, each character is compelling in their dramatic arc. Watch it as a celebration of life and a statement of love that can overcome all obstacles. Great musical score, majestic Spaniard landscapes captured for our pleasure! A film to discover and rediscover over and over again!
|9/10||m.medina@ - 15 reviews|
31.12.2002 - age: 18-25
Very tight, mature work -- feeling loyalty to the person we're supposed to think of as a monster at the end, are you? Sad and thoughtful. If you liked '13 Conversations About One Thing' you'll prolly like this a lot.
|9/10||acchaladka@ - 26 reviews|
30.12.2002 - age: 26-35
Like his other film, I really enjoyed this film which looks at the unlikely friendship between two men who are both in love with women in comas. As usual, Almodovar has a wonderful way of bringing together the oddest pairings and making them seem quite normal. Although I preferred Almodovar's last film ''All About My Mother'' a little more than this film, ''Talk to Her'' definitely shows that Pedro is still in top form.
|8/10||smallcourtney@ - 73 reviews|
29.12.2002 - age: 18-25
This film lingers in my mind and makes me think. It touches on many themes in untraditional ways. The actors are believable and in such make the complex themes approachable.
|9/10||vzorb@ - 2 reviews|
28.12.2002 - age: 36-49
After seeing "All About my Mother" I had really high expectations for this one. Maybe that's why even though I liked it, it didn't make me cry and laugh like other Almodovar movies had. Nevertheless, I think it is worth seeing, it's an interesting idea, developped gracefully and with a hint of mystery and humour.
|7/10||izabella_slenicka@ - 4 reviews|
28.12.2002 - age: 18-25
I think this movie is the worst movie I have ever seen if it were up to me I would not have even made this movie.
|3/10||ehoud_s@ - first review|
27.12.2002 - age: 18-25
"Talk to Her" is as mainstream as Almodovar has been in his 14 film filmography. Being an unconditional fan of his chaotic stylistics I can accept this reserved psychological study. That said, Almodovar carries a theme of male bonding under very absurd circumstances. He flirts with sexual identity, and love under duress. The result is intriguing due to a plot with a fair share of twists. As usual Almodovar has a flare for casting his characters. The acting is believable. Something of note is that he still manages ocassionally to digress from his "retenue" by flipping into comical vignettes to which his other films have accustomed us. Personally I can not laud it as his best film. International critics disagree with me here. That said, I rate films on their lingering factor."High Heels", "Todo Sobre mi Madre", "The Law of Desire" still linger with me after multiple viewings."Talk to Her" is an honest effort towards another direction to which all artists are entitled. Well worth seeing if you want something different.
|8/10||mlamiel@ - 4 reviews|
26.12.2002 - age: 36-49
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