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      Doubt

      PG-13 Released Dec 25, 2008 1h 44m Drama TRAILER for Doubt: Trailer 1 List Doubt: Trailer 1 Doubt: Trailer 1 1:55 View more videos
      79% Tomatometer 221 Reviews 78% Audience Score 100,000+ Ratings In 1964 the winds of change are sweeping through Sister Aloysius' (Meryl Streep) St. Nicholas school. Father Flynn (Philip Seymour Hoffman), a charismatic priest, is advocating reform of the school's strict customs, and the first black student has just been accepted. When a fellow nun (Amy Adams) tells Sister Aloysius that Father Flynn may be paying too much personal attention to the student, Sister Aloysius begins a personal crusade against the priest -- despite her lack of evidence. Read More Read Less Watch on Fandango at Home Buy Now

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      Doubt succeeds on the strength of its top-notch cast, who successfully guide the film through the occasional narrative lull.

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      Candice Frederick Reel Talk Online Don't miss it. Rated: A Sep 12, 2017 Full Review Anthony Quinn Independent (UK) The moral grey area of the title perhaps worked better in the stage play; exposed on screen it's not "doubt" being expressed, it's the sound of Streep's headmistressy voice demanding, "That Oscar - on my desk, NOW." Rated: 2/5 Feb 10, 2009 Full Review Peter Bradshaw Guardian Doubt looks like some sort of upscale horror film, complete with crows and swirling leaves like The Omen. It's actually a terminally muddled piece of star-studded Oscar-bait. Rated: 1/5 Feb 6, 2009 Full Review Brian Eggert Deep Focus Review An expert film, with a precision and lucidity in its intellectual quandary that few motion pictures can muster, making the experience at once entertaining and full of substance. Rated: 4/4 Mar 5, 2024 Full Review Danielle Solzman Solzy at the Movies Doubt never feels too theatrical in adapting for the screen but the powerhouse performances by the cast only serve to elevate John Patrick Shanley's script. Rated: 4/5 Feb 1, 2024 Full Review David Walsh World Socialist Web Site Shanley apparently accepts everything about the world. How can an artist accomplish anything on such a basis? Feb 13, 2021 Full Review Read all reviews

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      Akash A Terrible movie. The acting was solid, but there was little to no plot. It kept creating suspense with no real ending. Also, I often think of or feel, the setting / environment of a movie. This was essentially 2 hours of watching and being in the realm of child abuse. Why would I want to do that by choice? Genuinely one of the worst movies I have ever seen --- the only good it brings is shedding light on what happens in churches, in case you didn't already know. Rated 1 out of 5 stars 05/06/24 Full Review David H This movie wants to have it both ways. The priest is both guilty and not guilty at the same time. Nonsense. Truth is not a matter of opinion. Facts are absolute. Rated 3 out of 5 stars 02/20/24 Full Review Alec C Doubt can lead to questioning everything, from your faith to what is actually true! As a nun notices that the head priest has formed a close relationship with a student, suspecting that he may be molesting the boy, so she decides to investigate without any evidence to the contrary. This film intentionally leads us doubting everyone's motives, showing that the truth is not as easy as it appears! Rated 5 out of 5 stars 02/01/24 Full Review Braylon A Boring hard to watch I would never watch this again Rated 0.5 out of 5 stars 01/10/24 Full Review Mike H powerful acting. Slow moving at first but a good punch of my own doubt at the end. An emotional twister of judgement and condemnation without factual proof...and the conclusions circumstancial evidence can enforce. Rated 4 out of 5 stars 08/12/23 Full Review OKeegan Black boys...aren't alter boys...never met a black Catholkc in my life...huge mistake on the directors part...to be DEI I'm sure, but non the less to Catholics....totally unbelievable...it should be able to be...what it is Rated 3 out of 5 stars 07/31/23 Full Review Read all reviews
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      Synopsis In 1964 the winds of change are sweeping through Sister Aloysius' (Meryl Streep) St. Nicholas school. Father Flynn (Philip Seymour Hoffman), a charismatic priest, is advocating reform of the school's strict customs, and the first black student has just been accepted. When a fellow nun (Amy Adams) tells Sister Aloysius that Father Flynn may be paying too much personal attention to the student, Sister Aloysius begins a personal crusade against the priest -- despite her lack of evidence.
      Director
      John Patrick Shanley
      Producer
      Scott Rudin, Mark Roybal
      Screenwriter
      John Patrick Shanley
      Distributor
      Miramax Films
      Production Co
      Scott Rudin Productions
      Rating
      PG-13 (Thematic Material)
      Genre
      Drama
      Original Language
      English
      Release Date (Theaters)
      Dec 25, 2008, Wide
      Release Date (Streaming)
      Dec 17, 2015
      Box Office (Gross USA)
      $33.4M
      Runtime
      1h 44m
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