What's happening?


Your internet provider under law REPORT streaming of pirated content! Your Browser & OS leaks your IP data - !

Video Sources: 74 Views

The Devil All the Time 2020 123movies

The Devil All the Time 2020 123movies

Everyone ends up in the same damned place.138 Min.
Your rating: 0
8 1 vote

Summary:

#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – Sinister characters converge around a young man devoted to protecting those he loves in a postwar backwoods town teeming with corruption and brutality.
Plot: In Knockemstiff, Ohio and its neighboring backwoods, sinister characters converge around young Arvin Russell as he fights the evil forces that threaten him and his family.
Smart Tags: #male_full_frontal_nudity #neo_noir #male_rear_nudity #evil #post_war #death_after_sex #hitch_hiking #negative_film #abused #cross #grave_site #solomon_islands #dog_tags #gun_shot #riding_a_bus #flashback #war_scene #coffee #smoking #reference_to_adolf_hitler #guitar


The Devil All the Time 2020 Streaming Links:


Netflix

Ratings:

The Devil All the Time 2020 123movies 1The Devil All the Time 2020 123movies 27.1/10 Votes: 97,035
The Devil All the Time 2020 123movies 3The Devil All the Time 2020 123movies 2N/A
The Devil All the Time 2020 123movies 5The Devil All the Time 2020 123movies 255/100
The Devil All the Time 2020 123movies 7The Devil All the Time 2020 123movies 27.3 Votes: 1794 Popularity: 23.957

Reviews:

_**Drearily fighting… the devil all the time**_

In backwood towns of West Virginia and southern Ohio during the mid-60s several characters converge around a disillusioned orphan (Tom Holland) devoted to protecting those he loves.

“The Devil All the Time” (2020) is a slow-burn Southern Gothic psychological drama with crime thrills in the mold of “Undertow” (2004) mixed with the dismal rural tone of, say, “Winter’s Bone” (2010), “Mud” (2012), “Joe” (2013) and “1922” (2017).

The bleak story emphasizes the deep mysteries of life, like man’s brutality to fellow man, premature death, unanswered prayer, religious misbelief/error, justification of sin, corrupt authority figures, the downward spiral of a criminal lifestyle, divine justice (whether you perceive it or not), hope and, maybe, redemption.

Some complain that it’s ultimately pointless, but it’s not. It may be meandering and ambiguous, but it’s not pointless. You just have to be braced for a slow drama, degenerate characters, lots o’ narration (by the author of the book), time jumps, convoluted storytelling and a muted emotional payoff. Another thing to consider is that the story doesn’t become compelling until the last 50-55 minutes.

The movie doesn’t ridicule people who believe in Christianity, as some have criticized, but rather realistically shows how certain individuals with mental issues can misinterpret the Scriptures or the Spirit’s leading, as well as use their position to serve their carnal interests rather than serve people.

There are weird and disturbing aspects that are gut-wrenching or disgusting, but the author based these things on real-life cases.

It’s a quality production with convincing acting/costuming/sets/locations, but the snaky downbeat story isn’t for everyone.

The film runs 2 hours, 16 minutes and was shot in Alabama (Anniston, Montevallo, Birmingham, Oak Mountain State Park and several other points in the area).

GRADE: B-

Review By: Wuchak Rating: 6 Date: 2020-09-19
If you enjoy reading my Spoiler-Free reviews, please follow my blog @
https://www.msbreviews.com

Netflix has been able to deliver films with all-star casts pretty regularly. Whether people like the movie or not, that’s a whole other subject, but as a convincing argument to make people want to watch a film, this type of casting is perfect. Almost every actor in The Devil All The Time is a fan-favorite due to their presence in cinematic universes, iconic sagas, or Oscar-winning flicks, so it’s no surprise if this aspect alone gets audiences to sit in their couches for a movie with an almost two-hour-and-a-half runtime. This is my first time watching an Antonio Campos’ film, and my expectations were moderately high, having in mind the synopsis and the genre itself.

I didn’t know what the movie was really about since the synopsis doesn’t really shine a light on what the main narrative truly addresses. I only watch the first official trailer *after* I watch the film (so I know what I can write in my reviews), and to be honest, it’s a bit misleading when it comes to the time certain actors are actually on-screen (Holland only shows up after forty-five minutes, for example). So, for the first hour-and-a-half, I found myself struggling to understand where the story was going. There are more than a handful of relevant characters and storylines, being this my main issue with the flick, but I’ll get there.

I’ll start with the cast and their characters. The former group is impeccable, as expected. Tom Holland is undoubtedly the biggest surprise by delivering a part of him that no one had seen so far. Arvin’s personality is shaped based on his traumatic, tragic, violent childhood. Transitioning from the friendly neighborhood Spider-Man to such a haunted character is not an easy task, but Holland finds a way of dealing with the emotionally overwhelming, dark path that Arvin walks. However, this is a long movie where every character has an important role to play, even those who barely impact the story until the last few minutes.

Bill Skarsgård plays Holland’s father, seamlessly incorporating a man whose blind faith in religion sets not only a horrible chain of events, but it also establishes the overall theme for the film. Riley Keough and Jason Clarke play a weird couple with a disturbing modus operandi, but the former is genuinely impressive. She’s becoming quite an interesting actress by picking unique roles in unconventional movies. Everyone else is great, Robert Pattinson, Eliza Scanlen, Sebastian Stan, you name it, but Holland, Skarsgård, and Keough are my absolute standouts, as well as their characters. They’re definitely most developed across the runtime than the others, which takes me to one of my negatives.

With so many characters, the balance between the numerous storylines fails to be consistent enough to keep me engaged throughout the entire runtime. Antonio and Paulo Campos offer every character a good chunk of time, giving the viewer opportunity to understand the motivations behind said characters and connect with their story. Excellent storytelling method, no doubt about it. However, by the end of the film, some characters have close to zero impact on the narrative in retrospect. Contrasting with my standouts, a few characters feel one-dimensional, used merely either as a plot device to make the story go forward or as an object for gratuitous, gory, bloody killing.

That last aspect might be a no-go for tons of viewers. There are dozens of sequences where a character is brutally shot or beat close to death, so you have my warning. It can go from entertaining to excessively gruesome in a matter of seconds. Nevertheless, the thing I love the most about The Devil All The Time will be the exact same many viewers will definitely hate: its take on religion. Similarly to Darren Aronofsky’s mother!, this is a movie that doesn’t shy away from depicting how blind faith in hardcore religiousness can be dark, somber, sinful, and take people through the most terrible of paths. It’s the overall theme that connects every storyline.

Throughout the film, almost every character’s decision is made based on their religious beliefs in some shape or form. If they believe praying is the solution to cancer, they’ll pray for days in a row and make sacrifices. If they believe God is giving them supernatural powers, they’ll do everything to test his will. If they believe God is telling them to make the most illogical decisions, perform inhuman actions, and sin in the most awful way possible, they’ll do it in the blink of an eye. This religious manipulation is depicted in such a realistic manner that it transforms The Devil All The Time into a pretty tricky viewing. For me, it felt so authentic that I can easily connect it to the state of the real world.

From the moment I realized this underlying theme, the second half of the movie became much more interesting. Character arcs start to intertwine, previous questions being to receive their respective answers, and everything falls into place in the last thirty to forty-five minutes. However, the runtime still feels way too long, and even though Antonio and Paulo Campos do a remarkable job by coherently joining the several storylines, some of these simply don’t add anything to the narrative or to the protagonist’s arc. Technically impressive across the board, standouts being Lol Crawley’s lingering cinematography and the sweet score from Danny Bensi and Saunder Jurriaans.

The Devil All The Time is destined to be incredibly divisive. Antonio Campos and Paulo Campos conjured up a somber, dark, extremely violent screenplay, packed with numerous storylines and an underlying theme that’s going to cause some controversy. With such a stellar cast, it’s impossible not to have outstanding performances. The entire cast is impeccable, but Tom Holland (the absolute standout), Riley Keough, and Bill Skarsgård deserve the shoutout due to their genuinely impressive displays. However, the high number of characters and their respective arcs unnecessarily overextend the runtime. Too much time is given to characters who, in retrospect, barely have an impact in the narrative or in the protagonist. Some are used as mere plot devices or kill targets for the sake of entertainment. Nevertheless, the narrative’s focus on religion is bold and audacious, showing how blind faith can negatively influence people’s lives, taking them and others through the most painful paths. Depending on each person’s view on religion, on how open the mind can be and the sensibility to bloody violence, I leave my warning that this film might not be for everyone. But, if it is for you, it will be hard to forget.

Rating: B+

Review By: msbreviews Rating: 8 Date: 2020-09-15
I did not expect this.
Wow. I thought I was in for something else. I didn’t think this movie would be in such a high level on artistic grounds. Great story and the director shot with a correct pace which would not bore us. The casting was excellent and all did great. The music is other impressive thing in this movie. I’m happy that Netflix is delivering some content driven good movies nowadays. Overall, I recommend this movie because it’s crazy and worth your time.
Review By: Azanspy Rating: 8 Date: 2020-09-16
One of the best films of the year
The acting in this movie is exemplary and should be used more often. The lack of a true main character for the story to revolve around quickly becomes to its advantage. It’s a very slow burn movie (and by no means for all people) and revolving between characters every so often helps the story not become stale. Kind of like Magnolia. I’m about to go into spoilers so I suggest you stop reading if you’re considering watching this movie. The movie beautifully shows how religious beliefs can corrupt the mind and make people delusional or be used for corrupt purposes like convincing young girls to have sex. The first 30 minutes or so of the movie is used to set up our characters and rightfully so. We are going to spend the next hour and a half with them after all let’s give them backstory. Those 30 minutes are tastefully used to show us the backstory instead of having some throwaway line about how Arvin’s Dad committed suicide and killed the dog. The Bible Belt accents of characters were done very well and not distracting. One of the only issues I have with this movie is that the narrator continually pops in. At one point it takes me out of the movie completely when he says Robert Pattinson’s character only became a preacher because he enjoys the power over people. That took me out of the movie a bit. But the narrator was used appropriately when he says that she stopped asking him to come to her mother’s grave. All in all kind of a love-hate relationship just wished they would have shown some of the things he says instead of just telling us them. I understand not wanting to tack on extra scenes to an already long movie but 30 seconds to show he enjoys the attention people give him when speaking shouldn’t have been that big an issue. This movie also has one of the best lines in a film I’ve seen from this year (albeit the selection is limited) when sheriff Bodack is in the squad car talking to young Arvin and says “some people were meant to be buried”.” Almost gave me chills. The ending of the movie was well set up as I mentioned before it’s a very slow burn but the climax was well set up by it. It’s one of the most tense scenes I’ve seen in a while. Overall I’m gonna give this one a 9/10 not quite an instant classic but it will not be forgotten soon.
Review By: baconeater-26027 Rating: 9 Date: 2020-10-05

Other Information:

Original Title The Devil All the Time
Release Date 2020-09-11
Release Year 2020

Original Language en
Runtime 2 hr 18 min (138 min)
Budget 0
Revenue 0
Status Released
Rated R
Genre Crime, Drama, Thriller
Director Antonio Campos
Writer Antonio Campos (screenplay by), Paulo Campos (screenplay by), Donald Ray Pollock (based on the novel by)
Actors Donald Ray Pollock, Bill Skarsgård, Tom Holland, Michael Banks Repeta
Country USA
Awards 3 nominations.
Production Company N/A
Website N/A


Technical Information:

Sound Mix N/A
Aspect Ratio 2.39 : 1
Camera Arricam LT, Cooke S4 Lenses, Arricam ST, Cooke S4 Lenses
Laboratory Kodak Film Lab, Atlanta (GA), USA (processing) (dailies), The Mill, New York (NY), USA (color)
Film Length N/A
Negative Format 35 mm (Kodak Vision3 250D 5207, Vision3 500T 5219)
Cinematographic Process Digital Intermediate (4K) (master format), Super 35 (3-perf) (source format)
Printed Film Format D-Cinema, Video (UHD)

The Devil All the Time 2020 123movies
The Devil All the Time 2020 123movies
The Devil All the Time 2020 123movies
The Devil All the Time 2020 123movies
The Devil All the Time 2020 123movies
The Devil All the Time 2020 123movies
The Devil All the Time 2020 123movies
The Devil All the Time 2020 123movies
The Devil All the Time 2020 123movies
The Devil All the Time 2020 123movies
Original title The Devil All the Time
TMDb Rating 7.3 1,794 votes

Similar titles

The Little Death 2014 123movies
The Immortal 2019 123movies
The Ultimate Playlist of Noise 2021 123movies
Roman Holiday 1953 123movies
Above Suspicion 2019 123movies
Road to Damascus 2021 123movies
TransSiberian 2008 123movies
The Purge 2013 123movies
October Sky 1999 123movies
The Heat 2013 123movies
Madam Black 2015 123movies
Rose Plays Julie 2019 123movies
Openloading.com: 123Movies