Atom User Reviews for Dark Waters
A MUST SEE FOR EVERYONE!!! This is our country's legacy. They aren't the first or the last
Very important movie that everyone should see.
EVERYONE MUST WATCH!
A must see true story...In a way, horrifying!
very well made
Great true story, very well worth seeing!
OH MY GOSH
Should watch. Very good
This is a well produced movie that introduces a topic that has been quietly made invisible. In it self, the cast made me feel the desperation and sense of powerlessness the characters feel.
Both disturbing and important.
Eye opening to say the least. Great message about the environment and the toxins of the world. Someone has to fight for the environment
keeps you on edge of seat
Excellent almost docu style lawyer suspense story. Based on true events too!
Worth seeing , even though it was not promoted enough.
# Slow but good !
at first you think it's going to be a very boring movie but then your hit with so much out of no wear so many twists it's a great film
you have to see this movie! very informative. teaches you a lot about money, power and government.
Great story brought to life!! Some stores need to be told!
Great public health movie to tell people not to use Teflon. Also glad they are exposing that Dupont is a pretty evil chemical company.
It takes a strong individual to fight greedy money hungry corporation. one should not be afraid to stand up for doing the right thing. Greed and corruption dont always win. I applaud Mr Tennant (RIP) and attorney Billot for standing strong against such a greedy heartless corporation as DuPont.
though it was a great public health story made in cinematic form, I felt that the pacing was too slow. additionally, the time jumps made the movie feel abrupt and not as smooth as it can be. but the acting and content was great overall.
Will see it again.
Enthralling! Makes you think twice about all the info that is spoon fed to us by companies and entities driven by money. Incredible cast and amazing production. Recommend for all to see!
It was a super interesting movie, but it was SO slow at certain points.
An important film that everyone should see.
Shows how the real world is
Scenes involving Anne Hathaway in particular land with a painful thud. In an attempt to flesh out the “adoring, supporting wife” role, Haynes shoots himself in the foot, bringing much attention to an underdeveloped character, who, despite all the pseudo-feminist speeches, amounts to, yes, the “adoring, supporting wife.”
Successfully restraining himself throughout from getting fancy or experimental, Haynes has intently devoted himself to the story and his actors, with strong, unshowy work that ideally serves the tale being told.
The subtle brilliance of its mise-en-scene, from 1980s Ohio boardrooms and rubber-chicken dinners to all-black wait staff and the casual discrimination against women, beds the story in the awful truth.