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Critic Ratings

Cloud Atlas review by Hindustan Times
Cloud Atlas critic rating (Hindustan Times): 4
Cloud Atlas review by The Telegraph
Cloud Atlas critic rating (The Telegraph): 3.5
Cloud Atlas review by Times of India
Cloud Atlas critic rating (Times of India): 3.5
Cloud Atlas review by Indian Express
Cloud Atlas critic rating (Indian Express): 3.5
Cloud Atlas review by The Hindu
Cloud Atlas critic rating (The Hindu): 3
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Cloud Atlas  (2012 - English)

Cloud Atlas rating by users, critic rating & reviews

Cloud Atlas cumulative rating: 2.4 out of 52.4/5 (4 users)

Cloud Atlas critics rating: 3.75 out of 5 3.75/5 (8 critics)

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  • Pritam Roy
    Pritam Roywrote on Nov 14 2012 10:48PM

    Cloud Atlas begins by introducing us to its many protagonists whose stories take place decades and even centuries apart. We meet naïve 18th century lawyer Adam Ewing (Jim Sturgess); a handsome young composer named Robert Frobisher (Ben Whishaw) living in the 1930s, hippie journalist Luisa Rey (Halle Berry) reporting in the 1970s, publisher Timothy Cavendish (Jim Broadbent) living in the present day, Korean clone worker Somni-451 in the distant future and finally a tribesman named Zachary (Tom Hanks) in post-apocalyptic Hawaii.
    The lives of these seemingly unrelated characters are inexplicably linked through fate, chance and emotion. As each character faces dilemmas—whether issues of life or death or establishing liberation from a life of slavery or servitude—Cloud Atlas arches on the belief that our actions and destinies may not always be our own and the sometimes unexplainable feelings of reincarnation and déjà vu that humans experience have actual meaning.


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