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Cronenberg wrote the script as well as directing here, and Cosmopolis is a challenging, slow film, that treats its audience with intelligence. Pattinson works hard in the lead role, with considerable success, and the supporting players, including Paul Giamatti, Juliette Binoche and Samantha Morton are excellent, too.
Cosmopolis may not be as accessible as Cronenberg's films that more immediately preceded it, but it's a film with real substance to it, from a genuinely great director. The disc explores that, too, with the key extra feature being a documentary that goes into the making of Cosmopolis. Backed up by interviews with those involved, it's an involving piece, that digs deeper into an already-interesting film.
Whilst Cosmopolis isn't David Cronenberg at his very best, it's still an interesting, important and engaging piece of work. A film that comes strongly recommended. --Jon Foster
The only thing I remember from this movie was: boring. Way too long and boring conversations and way to long and many scenes in the vehicle.Published 1 month ago by Bonnie Royale
Hmmm, Cosmopolis... watched it tonight, rented it on DVD, had been on the list for some time... Well I don't mind things a little arty, alternative and weird sometimes, I'm a big... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Rodj71
This is a film equivalent of the Turner prize for art. The acting is poor, there is no real story-line, the characters one dimensional etc etc. Read morePublished 3 months ago by DavidJ003
Engrossing, intriguing, intelligent, stylish, fearless, challenging and ultimately, a successful transcription of a well written novel by an accomplished author. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Bassnick
Although I love all of Robert Pattinson's movies, unfortunately, I had to turn this one off. I couldn't understand what on earth was going on, let alone understand everything... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Julie Morgan-Jupp