A Cure for Wellness

A Cure for Wellness

DVD - 2017
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When he is sent to bring his company's CEO home from a "wellness center," a young executive discovers the spa's treatments aren't what they seem.
Publisher: Beverly Hills, California :, Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment,, [2017]
Copyright Date: ♭2017
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (146 min.) :,sound, colour ;,12 cm., in container
digital, optical, surround, Dolby digital 5.1, rda
video file, DVD video, region 1, rda


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Jan 07, 2019

Revisited this one recently and was shocked that I overlooked reviewing it. Bible says "What does a man profit to gain the world and lose his soul in the process?" Art imitating life in this eye/ mind opener that is creepy and strange but highly entertaining.

Apr 29, 2018

The main characters worked well in this film, played by Dane DeHann (2012 The Place Behind the Pines; 2014 The Amazing Spider-Man 2; and 2017 Valarian and the City of a Thousand Planets), Jason Issacs (2017-2018 Star Trek: Discovery tv series), and Mia Goth (2015's Everest and The Survivalist), and interesting theme of how humans caught up in the rat race of life, are ill and need a cure.
I did get confused which left me questioning some parts of the film, and felt that caused some serious short falls for me. It had me second guessing more than once, and left me trying to figure out the ending...which is not necessarily bad, but did leave me scratching my head in wonder, with a sketchy conclusion.
If that was the intent of the director (Gore Verbinski: 2002 the Ring; 2003, 2006, and 2007 Pirates of the Caribbean films; 2011 Rango; and 2013 The Lone Ranger) and the writer (Justine Haythe: 2008 Revolutionary Road; 2013 The Lone Ranger; and 2018 Red Sparrow), then they did their job well.
The eight minutes plus bonus has three deleted "Meditation" scenes of water, air and earth.

Feb 26, 2018

A really chilling and exiting horror movie. Surprised and still not understand the last part, but it is worth a shot to watch

Nov 21, 2017

yes, slow. but an interesting movie. there were some indicators of the kind of creepy ending that was coming. i'm glad it had an ending like that, otherwise it would have just been a creepy doctor in a creepy hospital

Nov 10, 2017

Very slow and not the best finish.

Franln Oct 21, 2017

Intriguing and disturbing movie but a little too long and confusing in areas. Left me with some unanswered questions. There is some very beautiful and some very creepy imagery.

Sep 21, 2017

2.5 hours of slow, boring creep, followed by 15 minutes of "wait, what? this is like 4 movies worth of crazy visuals and backstory and character development and action and dystopian goth music video crammed in here. Such a good concept but such a poor execution.

Sep 18, 2017

Very weird and creepy.

Aug 18, 2017

Another example of learning the hard way regards researching a film's length. "The Cure for Wellness" rates 42% on rotten tomatoes which seems to be about right. Reminded me somewhat of the unlikely fusion of "The Ninth Configuration" and "Dracula". I imagine the lead had an ithcy sore leg from all that hobbling around in a plaster cast. Some interesting effects and cinematography (a reflecting train entering a tunnel). Avoid this movie if you have a fear of eels (anguillophobia?!)!

Aug 08, 2017

a very loooooong movie that has you HOPEING for more, settling for less, then wondering why you watched it in the first place at the end. Really quite a puzzling dilemma to decide if you want to invest your time.

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