- Entertainment Weekly (Owen Gleiberman) review
- Rolling Stone (Peter Travers) review
- The Wall Street Journal (Joe Morgenstern) review
- New York Observer (Rex Reed) review
- Slate (Dana Stevens) review
- Hollywood and Fine (Marshall Fine) review
- New York Post (Kyle Smith) review
- NPR's Fresh Air (David Edelstein) review
- TIME Magazine (Richard Corliss) review
- The Nation (Stuart Klawans) review
Oct 29, 2012 12:52 pm
David said: A
Oct 31, 2012 05:16 pm
Patrick said: F
Movie clearly has little regard for Judeo-Christian theology or morality with depictions of homosexual lovers, adultery, and a futuristic cult without a single mention of God, like most of the tripe that comes from Hollywood.
Nov 03, 2012 11:33 pm
Theo said: A
Finally, a movie without preachy Judeo-Christian theology and pretentious moralizing. It was refreshing to see depictions of homosexual lovers. (Oh! La la.) And the implied values of the futuristic cult: profound. Thank God for Hollywood.
Nov 07, 2012 07:53 am
Peneflix said: B
GIVES THE AUDIENCE AN IMAGINATIVE TALE , WORTH THE PRICE OF ADMISSION.
Jan 04, 2013 09:52 pm
Rachel said: A
One of the Best Movie out there, so glad not all the movie are horrible. I know it's kind of confusing but it's worth it and it will open your eyes!!! please watch it!
Feb 09, 2013 09:37 pm
Michael said: D
good special effects, very poor story
May 23, 2013 01:54 pm
Dave said: A
Cloud Atlas is work of art, tugging at your soul in a way that few other movies ever will. It requires multiple viewings (closed captioning helps too).