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|Release Date Mud Apr 26, 2013 Limited Genres Mud : Drama|
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|User Count Like for Mud : 573|
|All Critics Ranting For Mud : 7.4|
|All Critics Count For Mud : 15|
|All Critics Percentage For Mud : 93 %|
Actors For Mud
|Matthew McConaughey,Reese Witherspoon,Tye Sheridan,Jacob Lofland,Michael Shannon,Sam Shepard,Sarah Paulson,Ray McKinnon|
Mud Movie Review
|The most immediately involving film that I've seen in a good long while. |
Confidently expanding his inquiry into the essence of American masculinity, Nichols' latest pressure-cooker pastoral conjures a wily figure of endangered Southern chivalry.
It's a sweet tale that displays plenty of faith in humanity without ever veering into sappiness and always keeping you on the edge of your seat.
Josh Jackson-Paste Magazine
[Feels] like an adaptation of a classic novel that doesn't actually exist.
A brilliant metaphor for how a child deals with divorce.
Brian Tallerico-The Deadbolt
Confirms Nichols' status as a rising talent in the world of independent film who's yet to make a truly major work.
Michael Nordine-Film Threat
Though it is unlikely that Mud will live up to the expectations of those who were floored by Jeff Nichols' last film Take Shelter, it is still a powerful film in it's own right.
Another winner from Jeff Nichols. Has everything- drama, romance, a little action, and at the same time is as powerful an elegy to a disappearing way of life as BEASTS OF THE SOUTHERN WILD.
Chris Bumbray-JoBlo's Movie Emporium
There's an argument to be made that there's a calculated degree of cliché to this sweet, Southern-fried fairytale, that Nichols is paying tribute here to his more mainstream inspirations.
Guy Lodge-Time Out
What sounds like Huckleberry Finn on the page, however, ends up like a stock melodrama onscreen.
David Fear-Time Out New York
A confident, nuanced, richly satisfying coming-of-age story which is part Huckleberry Finn, part Badlands, the film is another illustration that Nichols is becoming one of the most assured US auteurs at work today.
Mike Goodridge-Screen International
An atmospheric thriller and coming-of-age tale set on a slow bend in the Mississippi river, Mud has the look and feel of an American indie classic.
Jason Solomons-Guardian [UK]
A rich, sweet slice of Americana - although a little more contrived and sentimental than it promises to be at first.
Peter Bradshaw-Guardian [UK]
Nichols' Take Shelter, won the Grand Prix at Critics' Week at Cannes last year, but this is a broader, more familiar slice of Americana than either that picture or his debut feature Shotgun Stories.
Robbie Collin-Daily Telegraph
For the most part Nichols' follow-up to Take Shelter feels pleasingly fresh and for-real.
Geoff Andrew-Sight and Sound