I feel like a fool for not loving this classic examination of the
existence (or lack thereof) of both God and the meaning of life more. Read more
this is the first Ingmar Bergman i have seen.Bergman is a very revered
Swedish director.i wasn't sure what to expect with this film,but i had
wanted to see it for some... Read more
The Seventh Seal put me to sleep. I guess Woody Allen saw this one fifty times and the critics thought it was deep man, but I had a hard time keeping my lids from falling. Read morePublished on June 16 2004 by R. A Rubin
This movie is a milestone in cinema history - no need to question its directing, cinematography, or content - it's genius. Criterion's restoration of the picture is stunning. Read morePublished on April 8 2004 by Patrik Lemberg
This review is for the criterion collection edition.
This film is probably the most famous Swedish film to be released in the US. Read more
I approached this movie with few preconceived notions; I had heard of it but knew little in the way of reviews. I started it at 2 a.m. Read morePublished on March 7 2004 by "abones80"
One of my all time favourite movies. Bergman is perhaps the only director that could pull off having Death as a character playing chess with our mortal hero. Read morePublished on Jan. 26 2004 by jordan
THIS REVIEW CONTAINS NO SPOILERS-
For those who've never seen this film: It's always best to see a film yourself before investing in its purchase, and that may go doubly so... Read more