The Fountain
The Fountain

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As a modern-day scientist, Tommy is struggling with mortality, desperately searching for the medical breakthrough that will save the life of his cancer-stricken wife, Izzi.... (Full plot summary below)

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As a modern-day scientist, Tommy is struggling with mortality, desperately searching for the medical breakthrough that will save the life of his cancer-stricken wife, Izzi.

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Suite101.com - 10/10 by Nick Rogers Visual alchemist Darren Aronofsky's most personal work is a double helix of love and loss - death entwined with life as existence's only reliable truths. It offers a transfixing merger of biological imperatives and musings on creativity and tragedy.
Cinema Crazed - 10/10 by Felix Vasquez Jr. So simple, so elaborate, and yet so utterly brilliant...
Portland Oregonian - 10/10 by M. E. Russell It's an ambitious, passionate, grief-stricken work of film art.
Empire Magazine Australasia - 10/10 by Luke Goodsell The enormous, and sometimes inspired, visual arc of Aronofsky's reach sadly exceeds his narrative's basic grasp.
Portland Oregonian - 10/10 by M. E. Russell It's an ambitious, passionate, grief-stricken work of film art.
Cinemaphile.org - 10/10 by David Keyes If one is to be left with something in the end, it is the realization that its creator is fully in love with not just the result of his art, but the very happening of it.
Premiere - 10/10 by Glenn Kenny As it happens, each one of these tales is also a love story, and The Fountain is Aronofsky’s profession of faith concerning love’s place in the idea of eternity. It’s a movie that’s as deeply felt as it is imagined.
ESplatter - 10/10 by Steve Biodrowski This film raises an interesting question: How far is a viewer willing to follow a talented filmmaker down a rabbit hole, when it becomes clear that said filmmaker has lost his way?
Premiere - 10/10 by Glenn Kenny As it happens, each one of these tales is also a love story, and The Fountain is Aronofsky’s profession of faith concerning love’s place in the idea of eternity. It’s a movie that’s as deeply felt as it is imagined.
Flick Filosopher - 9/10 by MaryAnn Johanson [I]ntrigues me intellectually, [but] it doesn't make me feel anything... But it's one of the more interesting cinematic failures I've ever seen.
Aisle Seat - 9/10 by Mike McGranaghan Beautiful and profoundly moving...This is a film I want to see several more times.
New York Daily News - 8/10 by Jack Mathews It's often maddening, because of its structure, and some of its visuals are pretentious nonsense. But, as a story of undying love, it's certainly unique.

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