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The Sea of Trees

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The film tells the story of two men (Matthew McConaughey, Ken Watanabe) who embark on a spiritual, life-changing journey of friendship after traveling to Japan's Aokigahara Forest to kill themselves.
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Seattle Times
No wonder Watts rules the movie. She's playing the only remotely sympathetic character; the men seem consumed by grief and guilt and platitudes.
September 01, 2016
Austin American-Statesman
It's sappy, and in no way original.
December 27, 2016
New York Post
[A] soggy mess of a movie ...
August 25, 2016
A perilous adventure in which (McConaughey) stumbles over symbols, like rocks in his path, and steps on allegories, which crack like twigs under his feet.
September 09, 2016
The Young Folks
The Sea of Trees is an emotionally inauthentic and narratively confounding mess that fails to ring a true moment despite the prestigious team behind it
August 31, 2016
... a muddled and relentlessly downbeat examination of marriage and mortality that's more pretentious than profound.
September 02, 2016
Detroit News
Van Sant seems unsure of what kind of movie he's making or what he's trying to say. It's best to just enjoy the scenery and look the other way.
September 02, 2016
The Sea of Trees uses depression, cancer and suicide as manipulative devices to tug at heartstrings instead of offering insight into the human condition.
August 26, 2016
New York Times
A numinous meditation on grief that's more likely to inspire laughter than tears.
August 25, 2016