George Lucas' 1st film, his student project brought to life in feature format and his creative spark ignited with the help of Francis Ford Coppola. It's not a hugely polished plot and has a quite a mundane bunch of themes in it. But the visuals, considering it was 1971, give a glimpse into what was to come from Lucas. Robert Duvall is as good as ever
Boring as hell, I hate movies where the director is more interested in the visuals than the narrative.
I'm always reluctant to watch old movies, even if they are well rated.
I'm glad that I watched this. I surely didn't expect anything of this caliber. The director didn't do any special fx which made this movie absolutely watchable and not too old-fashioned.
I can absolutely recommend this movie to any viewer interested in scifi with an age of 20 and above (not because of the violence, but because of the required education to truly endulge in this masterpiece).
So so so boring and slowly!!
Bleak and somber dystopian sci-fi flick. There's some interesting (if a little cliche) ideas and design at play here, but the film drags to much to be truly great. Feels a little pretentious.
Dear THX 1138, Welcome to my "Never Watch Again Bin" Enjoy your stay
Boring waste of my time.