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Climax is a movie starring Sofia Boutella, Romain Guillermic, and Souheila Yacoub. French dancers gather in a remote, empty school building to rehearse on a wintry night. The all-night celebration morphs into a hallucinatory...

Other Titles
高潮, Klimaks, CLIMAX クライマックス, Clímax, Eksztázis, Psyché
Running Time
1 hours 37 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Thriller, Horror, Music, Drama
Gaspar Noé
Gaspar Noé
Souheila Yacoub, Kiddy Smile, Romain Guillermic, Sofia Boutella
Belgium, France
Audio Languages
Deutsch, English, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

French dancers gather in a remote, empty school building to rehearse on a wintry night. The all-night celebration morphs into a hallucinatory nightmare when they learn their sangria is laced with LSD.

Comments about thriller «Climax» (13)

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Wayne Bradley

The film is so real it is almost hard to believe it is fiction. The choice of actors was good but this film has a simple message: sometimes we are too much in the world and we can't see that. I was looking forward to seeing this film and, because of my need for something different, I was very surprised at how much I enjoyed it. I have always enjoyed "dark" thrillers that will keep you wondering if what you are seeing is real or not. I liked the atmosphere and the mood of this film was beautiful and eerie. I will see this film again and recommend it to anyone who enjoys a good suspense film.

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A woman is sitting in a bathtub, all alone and wondering why she's so alone, when she hears a voice speaking into her own ears and as the voice gets closer to her she begins to realize that the voice is indeed her own. She hears her own voice in her own mind, telling her that she is here, she is just not on the right planet. The film is of such an unusual kind, that it makes you wonder how the human mind can function in such a way, since it goes so deep into an unknown space. The director of this film is Stephen Hopkins, and his film is a major breakthrough in visual film-making. His film has many moving shots, and for the most part this is used to enhance the scenes rather than a visual metaphor. Hopkins used this technique quite a bit in his previous film, "Breakfast of Champions" (1949). Hopkins and Kubrick have produced one of the most powerful films of all time.

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Lawrence M.

*SPOILERS* I was a bit skeptical going in when I heard that this film was going to be a true film, especially since the last film that I watched that was true to the book was "The Hunger." However, I was impressed with how the storyline flowed and especially how there was no big explosions or blood spurting. The plot line was actually quite decent. The movie did have some small flaws in the writing, but overall it was a very decent film. I really liked the acting. Some of the acting was really good, some was bad. Some of the acting was ridiculous and some was believable. Some of the characters were great and some were not so great. I really loved the movie and I would recommend it to anyone.

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i got to say that this movie is definitely a must see, after watching it you will never want to see it.but that is a good thing because it's a sad movie, but if you just sit back and do nothing you will see a good movie. but don't go in expecting a slasher, because that is just not how it is.but it is a good movie because it is a little disturbing and strange. but there are other scary movies in the world, for example "the seven witches" or "the creepy crawlies" or "the Texas chainsaw massacre" which are just as good as this one. but i feel like the over all message of the movie is positive, not because it is good, but because it shows that if we had these movies to look at in the future we would look at them a little differently. my only complain about this movie is the ending but that is just because i want to see more of the movie so i'll just enjoy the movie a little more because i got to see a good one. my rating for this movie is 8/10.

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Helen D.

This movie is an effective thriller. It is a shame that it was so overlooked as it is a good movie for the theater. I thought the film was great and it just kept me interested the whole time. There is one scene that made me gasp. That scene made me go 'aaah'. That scene was a good one and it is a shame that it was not used in other parts of the movie. The ending of the movie was excellent and the scene of the fat lady in the street was also excellent. This is a good thriller that would have worked better on the big screen.

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When a millionaire Japanese businessman (Natsume Akane) is murdered in a poor neighbourhood of Tokyo, he's dumped out a window and appears to be transported to a different country. Even though he's been under surveillance by police, the police are confused and start to question what is going on, as well as their own actions. It turns out that the murderer is in fact a highly trained Japanese assassin named Tokido (Emiko Iwamura), who is after the rich and powerful in the town, and it's up to a small Japanese detective (Miyuki Yanagita) to lead the police to the perpetrator. The title refers to the years when Japanese Prime Minister Nobusuke Kishi used a mysterious virus to target elite Japanese students, which caused them to turn into super agents. They would go on to assassinate world leaders and people in Japan, and become known as the Yamato. Tokido appears to have the same virus, and believes that Kishi has used it to transport him to another country, where he intends to use it again. I would have given the movie an 8.5 out of 10, but I think I might have gone a little over the top. The film is very well acted, and it's a gripping, gripping thriller. The whole thing with the virus was really rather clever and made sense, and the result was pretty scary. Unfortunately, the mystery is put to one side and you're just told that Tokido is Japanese, and he kills on command. But it is an effective one, and I found myself completely gripped by it, especially after the end. It's a great film, and if you like a good thriller, you should watch it.

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I just had the pleasure of watching Night of the Knives. I'm a huge fan of Scorsese's work, and I am very familiar with his ideas and his approach to filmmaking. This movie is by no means an original concept, and like his other works, it follows a familiar structure. As a viewer, you know that you are watching something new. But there is something in the movie that draws you in and makes you want to know more. When you are done, you will want to watch it again, and again. I have always found this to be a good thing for Scorsese's films. This is one of those movies that is so unique in its own right that it just makes you want to watch it over and over again. Overall, this movie was just what I was expecting. Not brilliant, not stunning, but just what I was expecting.

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Jeremy Nichols

John Singleton's last two films have been quietly incredible films that are worth any accolades to be befall them. If you haven't seen his last two films, then you should be embarrassed to be here. His last two are (for me at least) on par with any great film, or the best film of the year. I give them 8 out of 10. An epic film, a Hitchcockian masterpiece, and one of the greatest of all time.

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Brian Hunter

I enjoyed this movie. Good acting. A good story. My opinion is not so much that I hate it but I love it. The story about three sisters and their abduction is done very well. The film had me hooked from the start. It took me to another world where I don't usually find myself. The acting was good and the film has a very original feel. It is also a very interesting story. There is something in the movie for everybody. Not just a teen-shooter fan like myself. There are some truly creepy moments in this movie that will put you on the edge of your seat. There are also some touching moments that will make you want to see it again. You may not be a huge fan of the main girl, but she is believable and her character is well developed. The story is more than that. The film does not go in one direction. It keeps you on your toes because you never know what will happen next. The story is quite clever and it keeps you guessing. There are also some really weird scenes. Like the man giving the water he said it was water but when he took it out he couldn't remember what it was. This is just one of those things that just sticks in your mind. There is also some really gruesome moments in the movie. It is quite gory and the scene where the girl is taken by the masked man. It is really creepy. The masked man was a creepy guy. I also like the way they developed the man. It was really cool and it showed a lot of imagination. He was also a good actor. Overall, it is a good movie and I think that people who like horror movies and/or slasher flicks will really enjoy it. A good watch.

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Daniel G.

The Blonde is an amazing film and one of the best of this year. All in all, it is a very well made film that deserves much more attention than it has gotten. The action is great, and it's very well acted, with Alicia Vikander really delivering a great performance, that will probably stand up as one of the best performances of the year. What makes it a great film though, is the mystery. The director, Richard Eyre, really does a great job of not revealing too much of the story, but is still able to lead the audience along to where this film really is. There is also great direction, and great photography, giving the film an incredibly eerie feel. The only thing that could be considered a bad thing about the film, is that it does drag a little at some points. If there was a better ending to the film, I would have definitely given it an 8/10. The only thing that could have made it a better film, is if they did get closer to solving the mystery, and do that reveal, it would have been a 8/10, but it's a good film, and I still think it's going to be in my top 10 films of the year.

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Larry C.

This movie is much like "The Burning" in that it is very entertaining. You should have a good time, but if you are not an artistic or maybe even if you are, you'll probably hate this film. You'll know that it's a musical, but then you will see the musical theater and you'll realize that there is no reason to have any musical theater. Also, there are a few images that make you laugh. Some scenes are quite nice, especially the scenes between Nicole and her friends. They are some of the best scenes in the film. You won't be surprised if they are the images you have remembered in your dreams. You will also be pleasantly surprised if you are not an artist or maybe if you are. Just remember, if you are not artistic or maybe if you are, you won't like this movie.

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Mildred E.

I'm a little late with this review, but I just happened to have a few minutes to spare. For all of you that had an opportunity to see this movie, and didn't, I'm sorry. This movie's a real disappointment for all of you. Its a VERY powerful movie, and it's very emotional. In fact, I had to rewind the movie twice, because I was just so touched by the messages in this movie. The last scenes are just amazing. You will NOT be disappointed with this movie. If you have a chance to see this movie, I strongly suggest you see it. I'm glad I did.

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The real horror of this movie is the people who really liked it. Do you remember that thing we used to say when someone got killed in a film? "It's better to be loved by 10,000 people than by one" - Jarmusch is a great, great film, and it is for the people who enjoyed the creative process and the dialog. There are many who can't stand it, but it was a classic.