Mud
Mud

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- 74/100 based on 65,280 votes
  • Released: 2013
  • Runtime: 130 mins
  • Director: Jeff Nichols
  • Studio: FilmNation Entertainment
  • Genres: Drama

Two young boys encounter a fugitive and form a pact to help him evade the vigilantes that are on his trail and to reunite him with his true love.... (Full plot summary below)

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Two young boys encounter a fugitive and form a pact to help him evade the vigilantes that are on his trail and to reunite him with his true love.

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New Orleans Times-Picayune - 10/10 by Mike Scott Watching Mud unfold, one suspects that the Arkansas-reared Nichols remembers exactly what it was like to be a boy of the Southern wilds.
Los Angeles Times - 10/10 by Betsy Sharkey One of the most creatively rich and emotionally rewarding movies to come along this year.
Wall Street Journal - 10/10 by Joe Morgenstern Jeff Nichols's third feature traffics unerringly in truth, delicious surprise, unadorned beauty and unforced wisdom.
Philadelphia Inquirer - 10/10 by Steven Rea Mud is steeped in a sense of place, and the people inhabiting it. Southern. Superstitious. Suspenseful. Sublime.
Film.com - 10/10 by William Goss That Nichols is able to orchestrate this entire journey with steady tension and lyrical imagery is a testament to his storytelling capabilities.
Rolling Stone - 9/10 by Peter Travers In the hands of Nichols, Mud emerges as a thing of bruised beauty. There's magic in it.
Washington Post - 9/10 by Ann Hornaday This is where a filmmaker’s taste and reflexive sense of balance makes all the difference. Southern culture may be on the skids in Mud, but Nichols’s sensitive portrayal is gratifyingly on the level.
New York Post - 9/10 by Lou Lumenick Mud runs over two hours, climaxing with a shootout that belongs in a different movie. It’s a rare misstep in an art-house movie that will pull mainstream audiences along as inexorably as the Mississippi River. Go see it.
St. Louis Post-Dispatch - 9/10 by Calvin Wilson A provocative mood piece. Nichols, who had an art-house hit in 2011 with “Take Shelter,” has a gift for creating characters of unusual depth, and for eliciting performances of emotional resonance. With Mud, he seems to be edging closer to the mainstream, but his skills are as sharp as ever.
Austin Chronicle - 9/10 by Kimberley Jones With American independent film teeming with so many shaky-cam snarksters, what an electric riposte to the status quo is Nichols, whose films are classically constructed and deadly serious. In his short but potent career, he’s mastered a wide-vistaed eye for the epic and the elemental.
Time - 9/10 by Mary Pols Glorious vision of youth and truth, love and loss, your name is Mud.
McClatchy-Tribune News Service - 8/10 by Roger Moore It doesn’t trivialize Mud to label it Tennessee Williams lite — at least in its romantic notions. Nichols gets good performances out of one and all, but lets himself get so caught up in his sense of place that this potboiler hangs around more than a few minutes after that pot has come to a boil.

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