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Babel Movie Review

We had Netflix send us Babel. We just gave it a 40 minute try and both Bill and I thought it sucked. It was very slow, and we could not figure out how all the different people connected together. Since it had Brad Pitt and was nominated for a Oscar and had won a Golden Globe, I thought it was going to be good. Needless to say, I was disappointed. If you have seen it, let me know what you thought. Should we have given it a bit more time?

4 thoughts on “Babel Movie Review”

  1. I have Babel on DVD and only watched it once. It is indeed very slow, but if you keep watching it, you eventually figure out how these people are all connected. It's actually pretty crazy and an overall good movie.

    Definitely continue watching it from where you left off. You'll see, it turns out to be good.

  2. I loved that movie, but I liked Crash as well. They're both based on the same concept.

    Babel is a little difficult to follow though because I believe it jumps back and forth in time with the Mexican lady and Brad Pitt's character.

    At the end of the movie it was just really interesting to see how 3 groups of people equally spaced across the world were connected by some degree, very interesting and scary too!

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