🎦 A Clockwork Orange full movie HD download (Stanley Kubrick) - Crime, Drama, Thriller, Sci-Fi. 🎬
A Clockwork Orange
Crime, Drama, Thriller, Sci-Fi
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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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After hearing about this movie for years I finally saw it, and all I can say is WOW! What a statement this movie makes about the human mind and the human spirit. How could anyone ever think they could tackle this issue in a few hours of reel time. How could anyone actually achieve this? I am amazed. It makes you think!
Entertaining and well-made, but overrated
A Clockwork Orange is a movie with a cult following, Kubrick is a director with a cult following. I think its reputation is a bit over-hyped, personally. It seems to me there are opportunities where we could have been allowed to feel empathy with Alex, but instead Kubrick just gives us the thug's joke-y, flat inner monologue or funny melodrama. It's a shame, because I think Kubrick would have dug that. Kubrick is not all chill. There are moments of real emotion in his movies, but when Alex is scared or sad or angry, it all seems like a joke. Even if this was intentional, it could have been a better movie.
Satire As Subtle As A Flying Mallet
This is a great example of how time can create a mass consensus.We don't watch films like The Godfather,Citizen Kane,or Schindlers List and decide for ourselves what we think of them.Its just predetermined that these films are classics and above the normal critical process.

A Clockwork Orange is the case in front of us here.First there is the bravura technical skill of the film.Lets talk about it.Kubrick is in complete command here.Every extended tracking shot,every perfectly composed frame,every close up,every piece of music in a scene is exactly as the director intended it to be.Few filmmakers ever could create as singular a vision as Stanley Kubrick does in almost every film he made.

The problem here is the unwillingness of Kubrick to allow the audience to think for itself or come to a conclusion about anything in the film without shouting it from the rooftop,and shoving our face in it,again,and again and again.Yes,the film is brutal satire.We aren't meant to sympathize with Alex.We aren't meant to sympathize with anyone in the film.And this is hammered home to us continually,with extreme closeups of bulging eyes and faces shaking as if from palsy.We cant let the audience figure out for themselves what the tone and point of view of a scene is.We must let them know beyond the shadow of a doubt.A perfect example of this is when Alex is carried into the house of the man he had brutalized years before,whose wife he had raped while singing "Singing In The Rain".The man doesn't make the connection about who he is,until Alex is taking a bath,and starts singing the song again.Five seconds of this,and a quick reaction shot of the victim would have told you all you needed to know.But no,the song goes on for at least two minutes,and the man starts getting the bulging eyes and uncontrollable shaking.This whole thing extends to the next scene where the man is watching Alex eat.And it goes on forever,with no new information being given to us.

As I stated at the beginning,this film is the recipient of reflexive acknowledged classic status.I think that if we look at this film with objective eyes almost 40 years later,we see a film of great technical skill,with major narrative flaws.Kubrick showed us in film after film how misanthropic he was.This movie is the perfect example of this.
Why didn't I watch it sooner?!
I have only just watched this for the first time after hearing about it for so many years, and I would have to say that it is one of the best movies I've seen in a long time. It is shocking but in all the right ways. Malcolm McDowell was just amazing as Alex. The acting throughout the movie was superb. Definitely a work of art that has stood the test of time.
One of the most over-rated films ever
I really do not see the great appeal of the movie version of "A Clockwork Orange". I have never read the book, but I bet many others have not either. It seems to me that a lot of people who urge other watchers of the film to ignore the violent parts and to concentrate on the storyline -- it seems that they themselves miss the point of the movie. The book is apparently different, but the film makes no moral claims as to the character Alex, other than the weak assertion that he is evil. As the last shot shows, Alex in the movie has not been changed by the therapy, nor by those who attempt revenge on him. This doesn't seem too profound to me, and I am glad a much greater film, "The French Connection", which makes no attempts (and therefore doesn't fail in its attempt) at moralizing, beat out "A Clockwork Orange" for Best Picture. Please, people -- if you're going to say stuff like, "BEST FILM EVER. PERIOD," then at least pick a film that has a pulse. "A Clockwork Orange" utilizes those classic Kubrick-style wide-angle shots that are wonderful for the eye, but which also lack "feeling". In other words, they worked very well in the sterile atmosphere of "2001:A Space Odyssey" but did not work so well in the human world of "A Clockwork Orange". Another thing: what's up with that scene in which Alex and his Droogs are riding through the country in their car? Those are some pretty cheesy effects -- the use of an obviously stationary car in front of a moving picture, to give the entirely unrealistic effect of a moving car. And the drunkard in the second scene on the street: could he be any more of a caricature, waving his bottle in his hand wildly, while slumped against pavement and singing an old diddy? Sometime I will read the book, so Kubrick's sometimes amateurish adaptation will be cleansed from my memory.
Friends are shocked when I tell them I find this movie fascinating and enjoy watching it every five years or so. They all think this is a very sick, shocking and just plain revolting movie. Hey, I understand that. When this film was released 35 years ago, it was highly controversial. Even though nudity is nothing new in films today, I suspect this story still shocks a lot of people. It isn't just the nudity but the carefree-sadistic attitude of the main character that is repulsive to many.

The vocabulary and the creepiness of lead actor Malcolm McDowell's character "Alexander de Large" is like nothing I have ever heard and seen on film. I play the DVD now with the subtitles on to understand all the strange words and expressions McDowell uses as he narrates this story. That dialog, too, is still unique and probably always will be.

A big attraction for me or the wild visuals. The outrageous colors in here from the clothing McDowell and his gang wore, to the futuristic house interiors and sets, are still something to see! I think this is director Stanley Kubrick's best work, cinematography-wise.

Yes, the violence is shocking but that sets up the main storyline: dealing with that kind of mentality (a sick thug with no apparent conscience). What ensues in the story is almost as disturbing - and thought-provoking - as the violence early on. After "Alex" is captured, he is a part of new experiment to cure violent and overly sexual tendencies. The scenes of his "rehabililation" are always easy to watch. He then returns to the street and is almost killed by his former victims who "accidently" run into him. Things get so bad Alex" tries to kill himself, so the media gives him a big splash and they de-program him back to his normal sick self and the movie ends abruptly with Alex a happy man again. How twisted is that?? A rapist homicidal maniac is set free and the government is made to look stupid? Well, since this comes from Kubrick, that's not surprising. But, this film probably was interpreted in numerous ways and was an interesting discussion-starter.

In summary, a perverted story but the one-of-a-kind lead character, famous visuals and sets and interesting message always make this film watchable, but be warned: this is a brutal and often uncomfortable movie to watch.
The high ratings for this movie is saddening. Hours of my life I cannot retrieve.
Yes a give it a flat out 1. 1 has (awful) next to it and that is what this movie is in every way.

So many people just love this film. If you are considering watching it be prepared for violence without conscience, gang rapes, dialog you will not understand, more violence without conscience, more gang rapes (with all the men clothed and of course the woman nude and trying to fight for her life) which is very disturbing.

Basically a group of guys that live with utter hate for everything, hang out and some twisted bar where all the coffee tables are statues of nude women spread and ready for sex.

There is not one individual in this movie that has any redeeming qualities of a decent human being whatsoever.

The main villain gets caught and is submitted to experimental techniques to help him detest or fear ever doing crime again.

This film was such an utter waste of a few hours. Many more will probably want to watch this film to see what the hype is all about.

This movie is filth, drizzle, swill.. get my point?

Kubrick loves hate and violence, loves the overuse of sex.

So many people think he was a genius, and that this film was a masterpiece. I have just come to the conclusion that there are some people out there, well many, that cannot get enough violence, acts of hatred, acts of defiance, acts that are shocking. What empty lives these people must have. Then they try find how deep this movie is and the various deep meanings. THERE AREN'T ANY. It is a mess. Chaos. A bunch of characters with no redeeming qualities.

Kubrick believed mankind was born violent and hateful. To each their own.

Very simply put, this movie is sick, twisted, hateful, disgusting, and people love it. What a shame.
One of the most beautiful films I've seen...
It's funny, after you watch a film many times you begin to fall in love with it. This is true with a lot of films but for Clockwork Orange, I only had to watch it 2 subsequent times to fall in love with it. There are so many elements of this film that bring it together and make you totally enjoy the story. The music in the film is one such example, at times it's beautiful and at times dark and disturbing, setting the right tone for the scene. Technically this is a sci-fi film because it does take place in the future and there is the plot which involves brainwashing. When many people think of Stanley Kubrick, they think of 2001 and this film. It's because this film stands out as possibly the scariest image of the near future
Didn't make me feel anything...
I tend to enjoy movies that make me think or feel something. This did neither. It doesn't really fit sci-fi, or horror, or much of any other genre at all.

I've read up on peoples' takes on the show--I simply didn't enjoy it; nor did I think there was anything at all revolutionary or novel about it. It was one of those films I watched while constantly checking the time wondering when it would end. But I soldiered on because so many people consider this seminal. I needn't have bothered.

Far too long, ridiculous narrative, over-the-top characterization. Nothing was interesting, nothing was shocking, and there seemed to be no coherent plot at all.

This one simply isn't for me.
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