Actors of "Seraphim Falls"
Characters of "Seraphim Falls"
Directors of "Seraphim Falls"David Von Ancken
Creators of "Seraphim Falls"David Von AnckenAbby Everett Jaques
Critic Reviews of "Seraphim Falls"Time OutAugust 24, 2007
The overweight middle section is repetitive, contrived and, well, boring. But at least the views are spectacular and Brosnan, especially, is likeably quirky.San Francisco ChronicleFebruary 09, 2007
A Western short on dialogue and long on pomposity, is little more than an extended chase scene down a snow-filled mountaintop to a desert floor.New York ObserverFebruary 07, 2007
The technical revels are arresting, but Seraphim Falls is slow of motive and thin of plot -- a western that dies with its boots on.Ebert & RoeperFebruary 05, 2007
Though the chase threatens to go on too long, the suspense remains high because we don't know which man is the real villain, or if there's a villain at all.Time OutFebruary 03, 2007
For all its manliness, the film works slightly better as a bitter romance gone postal.Christian Science MonitorFebruary 01, 2007
Seraphim Falls isn't completely without interest, particularly for those of us who still like Westerns and bemoan their demise almost as much as we bemoan the demise of the movie musical.Ozus' World Movie ReviewsMarch 04, 2016
A wearisome revenge Western.London Evening StandardAugust 24, 2007
Finally recalls a less convincing version of those of Anthony Mann which managed realism and the mythic without a false note.thelondonpaperAugust 24, 2007
Rob Roy pursues James Bond in an old-fashioned Western that's cripplingly short on action.Independent (UK)August 24, 2007
Von Ancken at times brings his debut very close to something grand and memorable.Daily Telegraph (UK)August 24, 2007
Messages, as Sam Goldwyn famously advised, are better left to Western Union.Financial TimesAugust 24, 2007
As the story self-destructs, we are left with the majestic scenery, photographed by John Toll, and the pleasure of two good actors from one side of the Atlantic stretching themselves to seem convincing on the other.
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