The Killing of a Sacred Deer


Drama / Horror / Mystery / Thriller

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 79%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 65%
IMDb Rating 7.1 10 49398


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Nicole Kidman as Anna Murphy
Colin Farrell as Steven Murphy
Alicia Silverstone as Martin's Mother
Raffey Cassidy as Kim Murphy
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Alexandros-Stam 1 / 10

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Reviewed by Zachary_White 8 / 10

A hilarious and disturbing film that is definitely not for everyone.

Whew boy. This one is a bit of a doozy. Let me start by saying that I completely understand why so many people have been turned off by this film. In fact, 2017 has been a good year to analyze how much improper marketing can affect the public's perception of a particular movie (e.g. "It Comes at Night" and "mother!" misleadingly being sold as horrors). This film's trailer is very misleading with how it portrays this movie so don't go into it thinking that it's going to be a psychological horror.

With all that out of the way, I think this movie is fantastic. It's not as funny as this director's previous work, "The Lobster," but what it lacks in some humor it makes up for with how disturbing and creepy it is. This is one of the only movies that has me laughing like a lunatic one minute and then feeling sick to my stomach the next (seriously, there is some really, really dark stuff in this movie so it's not for those with a weaker constitution).

Depending on who you are, you will either love or hate it. While that statement obviously holds true for a lot of movies, I think it's relevant to this one in particular. It's not scary enough to be a horror film and it's not quite funny enough to stand as a comedy, so it rides a fine line between tragedy and comedy depending on who you are. To me, it leans more towards comedy but that may just be because the director and I share a similarly dark sense of humor.

Anyways, if you're open-minded and you don't mind weird experiences that you're unlikely to ever forget, then I highly recommend this film.

Reviewed by patrickjvmurphy 8 / 10

Not for everybody

Firstly I watched the Lobster and whilst being fascinated by it for a large part ultimately it was not a good ending making the whole movie seem pointless. The Killing of a Sacred Deer is very, very similar in terms of the style employed, the dialogue and the way it is delivered is certainly familiar when you start watching this movie. The fact that Colin Farrell is in the lead role again adds to this familiarity. The movie is initially very interesting as you try to figure out what is happening and it does a good job of holding the sense of mystery and suspense throughout. The ending is good but won't be a big surprise for those that understand the mythology that the movie is based on. It is the type of conclusion that would make you think how you would have handled the situation yourself - in my opinion any movie that puts you in the shoes or mindset of the main character has done a good job. The acting throughout was largely excellent, the characters have been made to be wooden through the style of the movie but the acting really shines through despite these constraints.

This movie is not for everybody and I know a lot of people that will be completely put-off when they hear the similarities to The Lobster. But if you are willing to commit the time to getting into this movie will result in a rewarding and fascinating story. Also it is probably best if you know nothing of the greek mythology driving the story because this makes for some very interesting research after the movie.

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