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A Clockwork Orange
Year:
1971
Country:
USA, UK
Genre:
Crime, Drama, Thriller, Sci-Fi
IMDB rating:
8.4
Director:
Stanley Kubrick
Patrick Magee as Mr Alexander
Michael Bates as Chief Guard
John Clive as Stage Actor
Adrienne Corri as Mrs. Alexander
Carl Duering as Dr. Brodsky
Paul Farrell as Tramp
Clive Francis as Lodger
Michael Gover as Prison Governor
Miriam Karlin as Catlady
James Marcus as Georgie
Aubrey Morris as Deltoid
Godfrey Quigley as Prison Chaplain
Storyline: Protagonist Alex DeLarge is an "ultraviolent" youth in futuristic Britain. As with all luck, his eventually runs out and he's arrested and convicted of murder and rape. While in prison, Alex learns of an experimental program in which convicts are programed to detest violence. If he goes through the program, his sentence will be reduced and he will be back on the streets sooner than expected. But Alex's ordeals are far from over once he hits the mean streets of Britain that he had a hand in creating.
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Reviews
Loved the book, hated the movie.
A clockwork Orange is a horrible film. I do not mind the violence and sex but, it blocks all other parts of the story. There is barely any plot development because Stanley Kubrick put the shock factor first then the actual story. He also took many portions of the book out, not just the ending. And most of the acting bad when it comes to the supporting actors. I am glad this movie was pulled from theaters prematurely because it was so awful I think nobody should see this movie because of its's horrible plot development. bad acting and bad direction.Note I like Stanley Kubrick's other works but this by far is his worst.
2015-03-16
Kubricks worst film
This is without a doubt the worst Stanley Kubrick film I have ever seen. I am a big Kubrick fan, and amongst my favorite films of his are The Shinings, Full Metal Jacket and Barry Lyndon. Maybe the film is ruined already because I actually read the book first.

One of the main reasons Kubrick totally missed the ball with this movie, is because he forgot to include the last chapter of the book. This is the chapter where Alex grows up and becomes a man. This is like watching The Usual Suspects, but then switching it off 5 minutes before the end - you lose the entire point of the whole film.

Besides this major flub, the film is a poor rendition of the book. Like a lot of Kubrick films, it has a totally unrealistic feel to it. He composes the shots more like paintings than movie scenes - like in Barry Lyndon. People forget that Kubrick was initially a still photographer before he became a director, and I think it shows a lot in his work.

When I read the book, the world that Alex and his droogs lived in did not seem anything like the "futuristic" world Kubrick presents (complete with 1972 VW Beetles and 70's styled trucks). Instead of ultra-violence, we see much more of ultra-cheese. Which idiot made up the idea that Dim should repeat every word everyone says? That didn't happen in the book.

Kubrick has took the book and butchered it. Some reviews on here make it seem like Kubrick was the genius who came up with the concept, the idea for this great story. He just took a great story, snipped the ending, and made a rather silly movie that glorifies violence. I understand that this is a very "in" film to like, and there are probably many idiots who idol Alex and his droogs.

Overall, very poor work from Kubrick. Verges on downright cheese at times. Especially the shots of Alex with fangs in his mouth for no apparent reason. I give it 1 star.
2005-02-18
Sick and Disturbing, But Ultimately Brilliant
Stanley Kubrick directed and co-wrote this wild and crazy film which deals with a murdering, stealing, and raping Malcolm McDowell and his small gang of thugs in a not-too-distant future. They are in London and by night they terrorize anyone and everyone who they want. When McDowell is betrayed by his fellow mates, he is put into prison and is subjected to an experimental therapy which works wonders for the youth. Now the thought or sight of violence is sickening to him. He also grows sick of Beethoven's music, which he once loved, because of its use in the experiment. When he is freed, he runs into all those who he crossed in his past and they all have revenge in mind for McDowell. McDowell ultimately tries suicide to escape his life, he fails, and is then given a formal apology from the state and is reverted back to the way he was in the beginning. "A Clockwork Orange" is ultimately sick and disturbing, but conveys some real strong messages in unconventional ways. Kubrick shows that there are some solutions to various problems, but many times those solutions cause new problems that are just as nasty, if not more so, than the first set. McDowell shines in his role. His character is basically the only three-dimensional person in the movie and it is meant to be that way. The other characters are meant to be somewhat flat and under-developed to show just how alone McDowell is in his twisted world. Overall a great film and easily one of Kubrick's best. 5 stars out of 5.
2000-07-31
We All Are Ready For A Little Of The Old Ultraviolence
Spoilers Ahead:

What a masterpiece!! He loves to hold a mirror up to our monstrous faces beneath our masks and laugh at our vanity. Stanley delighted in having fun with our hubris about ourselves. Yes, little Alex has all violence removed from him and he is set free in that idyllic paradise we kid ourselves is our society. He is as helpless and defenseless as a little lamb. His former gang members, now cops, proceed to torture and almost kill him. I hear feminists yelling what is the point of all that sexist violence in the beginning. I have never found one women who liked this movie; this is largely due to the rape scene and where Alex chases the women with the giant porcelain male sex object. Well, the point is for fools, who like Aristotle, hold that nobody enjoys doing evil; they only do evil because they believe it to be good. Sorry, the world is filled with monsters who enjoy hurting others for the wonderful feeling of power it gives them. Look at Alex's home life, how little and powerless he is, but at night he goes out and gives himself a real ego boost at the expense of everyone else.

It reminds me of Freud's letter to Alred Adler: "Why on earth should I care for creatures the majority of whom will do me great harm for the smallest gain and a minority who will harm me just for the enjoyment it gives them." This is the point; WE ARE ALL READY FOR A LITTLE OF THE OLD ULTRAVIOLENCE. It is neither a popular nor pleasant truth; Stanley loves to let us see what irrational violent savages living within a complete psychotic delusion of our real nature. The bone thrown into the air becomes a nuclear missile platform in space in 2001. The same message: you are still the murderous violent savage do not be so impressed with yourself, you big phony. The whole thesis of DR STRANGELOVE is this: despite all this technology these dangerously irrational fools will wipe themselves all out. We will meet again somewhere, do not know where or when: human irrationality and world destroying technology equal only one thing: ANNIHILATION.

The core of the film has nothing to do with Alex; it is the society around him that thinks non violence is the cure of criminality when the world is a dangerous and violent place. But, they will never let that reality into their little bubbles they live within to keep up a happy soporific coma. Alex is you; Alex is me we are monsters. Let the power grid go off and we will all be Alex I assure you. The monster is within each one of us; Kubrick wants you to see when he was released among us it did not quite go the way we expected. Self delusion the theme of Kubrick you will find it always in his works that and how in the dark we are about our real nature.
2015-05-26
A missunderstood movie and an equally misunderstood man
This movie is not intended to congratulate criminals, or encourage violent crimes in anyway. It's intent was to show that we have to make our decisions ourself, no other human-being can. The main reason why it is misunderstood is because it excludes the 21st chapter that is in the book. This chapter tells of Alex's redemption, and his need to settle down. Alex wrong. Plain and simple, Anthony Burgess would never condone rape, for his wife was raped. But Alex realizes this at the end when he can think for himself and a "treatment", as it were, was not thinking for him. In other words, if you had a disability would you want someone taking care of you constantly, always making a fuss. No it's disconcerting, as humans we want to learn for ourself and be self-sufficient. That's what this is about. Alex got his punishment in jail, and out of jail, but in the end the human brain prevailed and he recognized the err of his ways. I strongly suggest to anyone confused after the movie to go read the book. This will help you to understand the reasoning of it being taken from Alex's perspective. In closing I would like give my condolences to Christiane Kubrick on the loss of her husband. He was a genius and his legacy is left in films like this one. And to Stanley, wherever you are, Good luck, God-speed, and Good bye. You will be missed.
1999-03-27
Shitty
Awful acting, awful direction and awful screen play. All in all a shitty movie. I have no issues with the content matter, im not saying the content is poor but the execution is. And lord knows why it is one of the controversial movies, i don't see anything controversial about it. Im a big fan of controversial cinema but it neither amounts to a good controversy nor to a well directed movie. It not even worth a single star but that is as low as i can go. There is nothing more to say about this movie but IMDb wants me to at least write 10 lines of review so im gonna add few more lines. Its shitty and a big waste of time. Do not watch this. Its better to watch a cartoon instead. Its like a poor comedy that pretends to be different but its just shitty. Im sure that's ought to do it. Thanks
2014-07-31
EggyWeggs
Ah, I love to vidie a good film every now and again. Stumbling across this movie one day on TV sparked my interest in the film. Years later, I was talking to the boy which would later become my boyfriend (and film mentor so to speak) he told me what the film was called. Not too much time after that I purchased the film. It later sparked interest in the man who became my favorite Director; Stanly Kubrick. "A Clockwork Orange" is a truly unique film. It really makes some one think, what would you do to make sure that your safe? This film is incredibly controversial. Its very comical and ultra violent. A Lamentible comedy so to speak. This film isn't for the faint of heart, and its really not for those of us who blush at the sight of skin (I like it anyway ^-^'). On a scale of 1-10; 1 being the worst, 10 being the best I give Stanly Kubrick's "A Clockwork Orange" a perfect 10. This movie is my favorite film by my favorite director.
2004-06-19
Awesome Movie
A pure classic movie. A psychological Thriller. One of the best of all time. Is a comedy and a horror all in one. You can't beat this movie. A oldie but with watching. You will love this movie. Makes you wonder why can't Hollywood make more movies like this. Made in1971 but is way before its time.

My favorite movie 11 June 2001 | by Ayatollah (Florida) – See all my reviews Without a doubt, my absolute favorite film of all time. I first saw this movie three years ago and I have been in love with it (and Stanley Kubrick) ever since. I never get tired of seeing this movie. Why it remains so under-appreciated (at least by "casual" movie viewers) is beyond me. Everything is great; acting, direction, cinematography, the sets, everything.

Something that I don't think anyone else commented on was the Russian motif. The names of the droogs (Alexander, George, Peter, and Dim...short for Dimitri) are decidedly Russian. The singer referenced in the record store, Johnny Zhivago, has obvious Russian overtones. The statement made by the Minister of the Interior about the "peace-loving citizens" is a direct reference to the name that Soviet government representatives applied to their people when talking about the Cold War. Red seems to stand out from other colors. And, of course, who could forget Nadsat, the Russian slang language? I wonder what Burgess and Kubrick were trying to suggest about the future of Ingsoc (those familiar with "1984" will understand.
2017-06-22
Naughty,naughty,naughty...
One of the greatest films of all time. Malcolm McDowell is THE MAN in this film. He's portrayed in this film as a psychotic degenerate, and yet we all wind up feeling sorry for him midway through the film.Why? Because he gives one of the greatest performances by any actor ever in this film, that's why. We all fall in love with the charismatic, cunning, Beethoven-obsessed sex fiend. A young man we'd all love to bring home to mother.
1999-01-15
The number one film of all time. **** out of ****
A CLOCKWORK ORANGE (1971) ****

Starring: Malcolm McDowell, Patrick Magee, Michael Bates, Warren Clarke, and Adrienne Corri Written and Directed by Stanley Kubrick 137 minutes Rated R (for strong explicit sexual content and rape, perverse nudity, brutal violence, and some language)

By Blake French:

Stanley Kubrick's "A Clockwork Orange" holds the recent record of being the number one film of all time on my charts. The film is everything that you'll never want to watch. The scenes are disturbing, gut wrenching, mind twisting, and way over the top. In result, "A Clockwork Orange" has the most powerful and overwhelming dramatic impact that I have ever experienced in a mainstream film.

"A Clockwork Orange" is the story of a young man named Alex DeLarge, who is, by day, a regular student who lives with his parents at home, but, by night, a homicidal rapist/killer with his accomplices who dress up like demented clowns at a bleak freak show. He and his buddies weasel their way into the happy homes housing innocent people by chanting the same deceiving phrase every night: they scream that their friend has been critically wounded in an accident near by--and plead to use their telephone to call for help.

For a few unfortunate souls, this devious trick proves to be successful in nature. One night, however, a woman known as "The Cat Lady," refuses their plead, and calls the police in suspicion. Alex, being both smart and sneaky, somehow manages to break into this perverted woman's home, while his accomplices wait outside. Once indoors, a fight begins. A struggle featuring a sex toy owned by "Cat Lady," one that not only causes panicked arousal, but also is featured as the weapon of her graphic and disturbing murder. Alex quickly flees the scene once the police sirens reach his shaky ears, but when he gets back to his pal's waiting outside, they return their experiences with him by bashing him over the head with a hard object, allowing their jumbled escape, but his certain demise.

After the process of being sent to prison, Alex grows to learn to tell offices and guards what they like to hear. He reads the bible, is never involved with any major fights or complications, and almost volunteers for a new kind of experiment. An experiment so probationary it is still being tested and held under wraps. What it does, though a series of "sessions," is cure a violent individual from his sickness; he will feel terrible pain if involved in any sort of violence after the medicine takes place.

The scenes involving the "cure" of Alex's disturbances are truly emotionally troublesome. They are so explicit and detailed that I myself felt tempted to look away from the screen at points. This is not a film for those who are prone to walk out of movies, those who are easily offended, or especially for those with week stomachs. This is the most grizzly enumerated film I have even screened, but it happens to be one of the most perfect and precise in message. I definitely don't recommend the production to everyone, though.

The soundtrack to "A Clockwork Orange" is one of the most inspirational and spirited ones I have ever heard; right up there with the turns to "The Graduate" (1967). Although the actual music is far from fitting each individual scene, the overall presence is not only worth listening to, but also worth the purchase price.

Here, a young Malcolm McDowell explores the character of a lifetime with vivid imagination and tremendous description. His character fits him very well as an actor. Even though the character is meant to be despised, I couldn't help but to be very convinced and interested in his sick, demented, psychotic mind. Most of this is because of the flawless point of view the film contains, one that both provokes empathy and involvement. It investigates the mind of a killer, rapist, and a confused, somewhat harmless, adolescent--all existing in the same character. This is no doubt the character, and the performance, that inspired a generation.

As well as being a movie of violent and sexual repulsion, Stanley Kubrick's direction to "A Clockwork Orange" also forces us to investigate deep down in ourselves and chew on the idea of us being in the character's shoes. There is a scene in this movie that forces two parents to make a decision of a lifetime. After receiving the treatments he volunteered for, Alex returns to his household only to discover that the only mom and dad he's even known have rented his old room out to some strange college kid, who is said to have been there for them during many hard times--like a real son. His parents must make a choice: to throw their only son, who has suffered for years in turn for making others suffer, out of the house for good, or allow him to return with open arms trusting that he is "cured." Well, dear reader, what would you do? Brought to you by Warner Bros.
1999-09-18
📹 A Clockwork Orange full movie HD download 1971 - Malcolm McDowell, Patrick Magee, Michael Bates, Warren Clarke, John Clive, Adrienne Corri, Carl Duering, Paul Farrell, Clive Francis, Michael Gover, Miriam Karlin, James Marcus, Aubrey Morris, Godfrey Quigley, Sheila Raynor - USA, UK. 📀
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