Category: - Add page - Search:

Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless MindMovie (Romance, Sci-Fi)

MonthlyRank

Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind is a 2004 American romantic dramedy science fiction film about an estranged couple who have each other erased from their memories, scripted by Charlie Kaufman and directed by the French director, Michel Gondry. The film uses elements of science fiction, psychological thriller, and a nonlinear narrative to explore the nature of memory and romantic love. It opened in North America on March 19, 2004, and grossed over US$70 million worldwide. Kaufman and Gondry... View more [Wikipedia]

Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind

    User Average Score

    9.1Fantastic!

    Rated by 26 people registered on Favslist

    Dr Eggnog wrote his opinion about Eternal Sunshine of the Spotle...

    9 months ago

    Not many movies are this clever or well directed. The imagery and sense of flow and editing was great. However, it was so consistently emotional as to be tiring, and the movie seemed to want me to think the ending was happy when I didn't.

    Score: 6.5 (Not bad!)

    Ben Ace wrote his opinion about Eternal Sunshine of the Spotle...

    1 year ago

    Watching this with my girlfriend was probably one of the best experiences I have ever had with a film. The characters are so relatable and believable; although there are lots of recognizable actors in this movie, their performances were so well done that it made me forget who they were. The memories set-pieces are all incredibly inventive and surreal and the attention to detail in these scenes is just incredible. The movie's concept and message, writing, cinematography, and acting are all top notch and everything works together so well.

    Score: 10.0 (Classic!)

    Not Important But it's a) a fairly good metaphor and b) from the quote that is very central to the movie. I don't know what's there to actuall dislike.

    1 year ago

    Gries He I don\'t even get the metaphor you\'re talking about.

    1 year ago

    Not Important The metaphor is that there is eternal sunshine (happiness) in a spotless mind (a mind with no memories and emotional scars). Are you sure you watched the movie, this is the biggest theme in the whole shitshow.

    1 year ago

    Not Important wrote his opinion about Eternal Sunshine of the Spotle...

    1 year ago

    The go-to movie of me and my wife. Really great.

    Score: 10.0 (Classic!)

    Stephanie Taylor wrote her opinion about Eternal Sunshine of the Spotle...

    3 years ago

    As a fan of both Winslet and Carrey, and as a fan of the surreal and anachronous storytelling, I'm kicking myself for not watching this sooner. Eternal Sunshine raises some intriguing, ethical questions while depicting the growth of a flawed but nonetheless beautiful relationship between two unlikely partners. The way Carrey's classic, silly persona emerges in quiet and reserved Joel as he becomes closer to Clementine is wonderful. I also really enjoyed the imagery (e.g. how scenery crumbled or disappeared as his memories were being erased, or the distorted faces when he was in an erased memory, almost like a glitch in a game) and the notion of him jumping through his long-term memory to "hide" from the erasure procedure.

    Score: 10.0 (Classic!)

    Video

    About

    • Released:Yes
    • Release Date:March 19, 2004
    • Nationality:American
    • Genre(s):Romance
      Sci-Fi

    Actor

    Director

    Page Info