Perfect Sense

IMDb Rating 7.1 10 50,790


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April 13, 2019


Alastair Mackenzie as Michael Manning
Ewan McGregor as Ian Blaine
Ewen Bremner as Archie
Stephen Dillane as Evan Marsh
601.85 MB
23.976 fps
92 min
P/S N/A / N/A

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by jmessineo 3 / 10 / 10

Eva Green Boob Show

Way too much of Eva Green's boobs. Then the disease hits...first is taste and smell and then everyone goes deaf and finally everyone goes blind. I found the premise of this type of disease unrealistic. Just a morbid film with no real plot. In the end I felt empty after watching this for 90 minutes. I think we had 2 people that were alone in life and not very happy. One just lost his wife/girlfriend and the other can't have children. Then they find each other and quickly get to the sex. I mean these two did it like a couple of rabbits. Then they got mad at each other but at the end of the movie went blind together...happily ever after.

Reviewed by ignorance-crown 8 / 10 / 10

Horrible Senses

First of all, this is a science-fiction romance movie. It tries really hard to give you that but fails miserably. Plain and simple. If you are reading this and wonder if you should watch it or not and if it is worth your time or not, the answer is no: it doesn't. Lead actor and actress' attractiveness may interest you and it did most possibly make audience biased(7.1 really?) yet i wouldn't waste my time on this. 1 for future potential movies based on "losing senses", 2 for employing most beautiful actress of all time and 1 for actor: 4/10

Reviewed by grimmy-98652 8 / 10 / 10

My other review is a 10 out of 10

This film was an unexpected gem. If Derren Brown made full-feature films then its plausible this is a film he would make, of course that would be the other film with 10 out of 10 though. Its not often I finish watching a film laughing giddily into the abyss, in this case I did. Individual reactions may vary but the high ratings received by the film show that maybe they don't vary too much. More than anything this film is very clever, it plays with expectations and preconceptions and delivers a powerful emotional punch - a la Derren Brown. Devilishly charming, with an elegantly simple (clever) wit!

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