Based on 42 votes and 15 reviews
It was wierd but I must admit it kept me engaged.
although slow and dry in some spots, an intelligent movie about....well...intelligence
it was like watching a two-hr debate on psychology....i didn't find that a good thing.
a bit boring, despite some great performances.
fascinating storytelling of that aspect of psychoanalysis.
not quite what i thought it was going to be. turned it off before it finished. boring and drawn out too long.
interesting movie...did keep u engrossed throughout! and laughing (at how ridiculous it was)! being two psych majors, we were really looking forward to seeing this one...good acting by all but firstly, the guy playing freud did not look like him and secondly, it was way too literary for our liking!
ugh. talky talk about psychoanalysis. boring converstations. narrating letters back and forth and a inappropriate relationship with a patient. i didn't care to know any of that.
i was entertained -- i enjoyed the movie, the scenery, the costumes, the acting -- i would recommend this movie.
this movie was so awesome it turned me on. i was squirming in my reclining seat. if you're fascinated with freud's and jung's works...go see this movie.
awesome movie! great performance by keira knightley.
BY THE WAY, ITS NOT THE PRACTICE OF PSYCHIATRY WHICH IS THE PRACTICE OF PRESCRIBING MEDICINE FOR MENTAL ILLNESS. ITS THE PRACTICE OF ***PSYCHOANALYSIS*** WHICH HAS ABSOLUTELY NO BASIS IN SCIENCE WHATSOEVER. To be a psychiatrist, you have to be a physician who specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of mental illness. Anyone can be a psychoanalyst without having any education whatsoever. Freud wasn't even a psychologist, he was a neurologist. Common errors like these are why psychology is considered frivolous and unscientific.