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|Release Date Blood Diamond Dec 8, 2006 Wide Genres Blood Diamond : Drama,Action & Adventure,Mystery & Suspense|
|Total Vote User Blood Diamond : Visitor|
|User Ranting Blood Diamond : 4|
|User Percentage For Blood Diamond : 90 %|
|User Count Like for Blood Diamond : 528,022|
|All Critics Ranting For Blood Diamond : 6.3|
|All Critics Count For Blood Diamond : 211|
|All Critics Percentage For Blood Diamond : 62 %|
Actors For Blood Diamond
|Leonardo DiCaprio,Jennifer Connelly,Djimon Hounsou,Jimi Mistry,Michael Sheen,Arnold Vosloo,David Harewood,Basil Wallace,Benu Mabhena,Ntare Mwine,Ato Essandoh,Kagiso Kuypers,Anthony J. Coleman,Anointing Lukola,Marius Weyers,Bouba Badiane,Percy Matsemela,Ronnie Nyakale,Tony Kgoroge,Nick Reding|
Blood Diamond Movie Review
|Both excitingly well made and dispiritingly formulaic. |
David Edelstein-New York Magazine
Blood Diamond has all the cinematic punch of a lengthy Nation article.
Mark Holcomb-Time Out New York
It doesn't entirely evade the issue at its core - conflict diamonds - in favour of pure action by way of guns and planes, thrills and spills; but it hardly embraces the subject fully either.
Dave Calhoun-Time Out
DiCaprio proves himself the most watchful and watchable actor of his age.
It succeeds well at what it sets out to do: wrapping a worthy message in a compelling story.
Moira MacDonald-Seattle Times
[Director Zwick] is craftsman enough that the pace never slackens, the chase scenes thrill, and the battle scenes sicken. And if it makes viewers think twice about buying their sweethearts that hard-won hunk of ice for Christmas, so much the better.
Despite fine performances, Blood Diamond is an unfortunate disappointment due to heavy handed direction which dilutes its message.
Matthew Pejkovic-Matt's Movie Reviews
Diamonds may be forever, but Blood Diamond hopefully will only last through the Oscar season
Fernando F. Croce-CinePassion
After centuries of raping Africa for its resources, now we exploit its misery for our amusement.
Peter Keough-Boston Phoenix
Blood Diamond is a movie zircon. It doesn't cut glass, but it cuts plot, character, and credibility. It could be Hotel Rwanda, but instead it's Motel Deep-Six.
Tony Macklin-Fayetteville Free Weekly
Yes, Blood Diamond is preachy, but it's a sermon we need to hear.
The more I see of their work, the more I realise that directors Ed Zwick and Sam Mendes have one thing very sharply in common -- both are filmmakers who make movies that they think are far more important than they actually are.
Garth Franklin-Dark Horizons
Never quite overcomes its mindless blockbuster mentality.
Dennis Schwartz-Ozus' World Movie Reviews
This is one powerful film. The shooting style is intense, mixing action with heart-wrenching drama with Leonardo DiCaprio's faux South African accent.
Ryan Cracknell-Calgary Movies
Beneath the shocking brutality in Blood Diamond is the story of father searching for his son which, thanks to Mr. Hounsou's work, is nearly worth the price of admission.
Joe Lozito-Big Picture Big Sound
Truly offensive is the film's go-nowhere result, its purported liberal ideologies untapped beyond their potential for speedy, soulless entertainment.
Rob Humanick-Projection Booth
Rambo for liberals
Dan Jardine-Apollo Guide
Exciting and compelling, but even more than that, it's a great acting showcase for Leonardo DiCaprio and Djimon Hounsou.
Brian Webster-Apollo Guide
It's a film about exploitation that sometimes feels like it IS exploitation and is only going to leave you frustrated.
Zwick's vision outpaces his narrative.
John J. Puccio-Movie Metropolis
DiCaprio is excellent but this is definitely a Very Important Movie.
Issue-tainment. Puts the issue of conflict diamonds in the public eye. Whether or not that makes it a great drama is a slightly different question.
Mark Kermode-BBC Radio Five Live
Zwick does a fine job in combining a broad range of elements and turning them into a compulsive and thought-provoking adventure and is aided by beautiful cinematography.
Mark Adams-Sunday Mirror [UK]
The issues may be simply put, but the brilliant action sequences engage us viscerally.
Philip French-Observer [UK]
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