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Anna Karenina (2012)
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Anna Karenina (2012)

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Following the scandal of Anna Karenina, the wife of an imperial Russian minister, as she was cheating him with a young strong warrior named Count Vronsky, the thing that brings shame for her husband, so he has to punish her by two methods, either exiling her and prevents her from seeing her child, or stay with his conditions.
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
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April 27, 2013

Maybe Wright and Stoppard have not given us a great Anna Karenina. .. this movie is too derivative and flashy for that, but they have connected the romantic and philosophical poles...The heart wants what it wants, and will destroy itself to have it.
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New Zealand Herald
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May 17, 2016

It makes for a wonderfully adventurous adaptation that is at times quite thrilling, but one which too often misses the mark.
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Globe and Mail
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November 30, 2012

In this adaptation, director Joe Wright, plus screenwriter Tom Stoppard, are determined to tame the untameable. And they do.
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Cinemania
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March 22, 2013

The film does not do even minimal justice to the themes informing the tragedy.
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Detroit News
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November 30, 2012

"Anna Karenina," lush as it is, fails to strike a fully human chord.
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Bust Magazine
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October 05, 2016

At times, the theater-as-life concept creates too much emotional distance from the characters, but the actors give such human, sympathetic performances that even the biggest Anna fans will find themselves hoping for a happier ending.
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The New Republic
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June 14, 2013

So can we somehow make a bargain with the film world: no more Anna Kareninas? You're making idiots of yourselves.
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Under the Radar
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August 17, 2014

[Lack of] clarity is this slick adaptation's biggest fault.
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Toronto Star
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November 29, 2012

The very picture of noble failure, it's a bright red heart without a beat.
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Film Comment Magazine
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November 05, 2013

The look is gorgeous, of course, but seldom has so much aestheticization served so much heartlessness.
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Chicago Tribune
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November 30, 2012

It's a half-success -- a baldly conceptual response to the Leo Tolstoy novel, with a heavy theatrical framework placed around the narrative of girl meets boy, followed by girl meets train.
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New Yorker
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November 26, 2012

The metaphorical force of this conceit-insisting on the artifice of the social world that frowns on rapture-is not hard to grasp, but its frailty unsettles some of the actors.
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