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The Lighthouse Film Review! Worth the Ratings?!



Welcome to my Lighthouse film review! Is the movie worth the hype and positive ratings? #TheLighthouse #Lighthouse #RobertPattinson What did you think of the new psychological horror Lighthouse movie starring Robert Pattinson and Willem Dafoe? Did you see the trailer and then rush out to see the full movie or buy the DVD or blu ray? I’d love to know your own reviews if you saw it in the cinema or streamed it online! You can scroll down for more information, or check out the Rotten Tomatoes rating, IMDb page, or Wikipedia article!


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About the Lighthouse 2019 Movie

The film was originally loosely based on Edgar Allan Poe's fragment "The Light-House".


Directed by Robert Eggers

Produced by Rodrigo Teixeira, Jay Van Hoy, Robert Eggers, Lourenço Sant' Anna, Youree Henley

Written by Robert Eggers, Max Eggers

Starring Willem Dafoe, Robert Pattinson

Music by Mark Korven

Cinematography: Jarin Blaschke

Edited by Louise Ford

Production companies: A24, Regency Enterprises, RT Features

Distributed by A24 (United States), VVS Films (Canada), Focus Features/Universal Pictures (International)

Release date: May 19, 2019 (Cannes), October 18, 2019 (United States)

Running time: 109 minutes

Budget: $4 million

Box office: $15.8 million



The Lighthouse Plot from Wikipedia: ”In the late 19th century, Ephraim Winslow is sent on a boat to serve a contract job as a wickie for four weeks on an isolated island off the coast of New England, under the supervision of an irritable elderly man named Thomas Wake. On the first day of the job, Winslow notices a hole in his cot. As he digs into it, he finds a small scrimshaw of a mermaid and stuffs it in his jacket. Winslow observes Wake going up to the lighthouse's lantern room at night and stripping naked. Winslow begins experiencing visions and dreams of tentacles in the lighthouse, tree stumps floating in the water, and distant images of a mermaid.”



The Lighthouse Awards and Nominations:

Academy Awards Best Cinematography

Austin Film Critics Association Best Supporting Actor, Best Cinematography

British Academy Film Awards Best Cinematography

Cannes Film Festival FIPRESCI Prize – Directors' Fortnight/Critics' Week

Chicago Film Critics Association Best Cinematography

Central Ohio Film Critics Association Best Actor, Best Supporting Actor, Best Cinematography

Critics' Choice Movie Awards

Columbus Film Critics Association

Dallas–Fort Worth Film Critics Association

Detroit Film Critics Society

Georgia Film Critics Association

Gotham Awards

Greater Western New York Film Critics Association

Hollywood Critics Association Awards

Houston Film Critics Society

Independent Spirit Awards

Indiana Film Journalists Association

Las Vegas Film Critics Society

London Film Critics' Circle Awards

North Carolina Film Critics Association

North Dakota Film Society

Oklahoma Film Critics Circle

Philadelphia Film Critics Circle

Phoenix Critics Circle

San Diego Film Critics Society

San Francisco Bay Area Film Critics Circle

Satellite Awards

Seattle Film Critics Society

St. Louis Film Critics Association

Toronto Film Critics Association

Utah Film Critics Association

Washington D.C. Area Film Critics Association



The Lighthouse Cast and Characters


Robert Pattinson Thomas Howard

Willem Dafoe Thomas Wake

Valeriia Karaman Mermaid

Logan Hawkes Ephraim Winslow

Kyla Nicolle Woman on the Rocks

Shaun Clarke Departing Wickie

Pierre Richard Departing Assistant Wickie

Preston Hudson Tender Mate

Jeffrey Cruts Tender Mate (as Jeff Cruts)

Produced by Chris Columbus, Eleanor Columbus, Robert Eggers, Isaac Ericson, Youree Henley, Sophie Mas, Arnon Milchan, Yariv Milchan, Caito Ortiz, Jeffrey Penman, Josh Peters, Lourenço Sant' Anna, Michael Schaefer, Rodrigo Teixeira, Alan Terpins, Jay Van Hoy, Michael Volpe,

Music by Mark Korven

Cinematography by Jarin Blaschke (director of photography)

Film Editing by Louise Ford

Casting By Kharmel Cochrane

Production Design by Craig Lathrop

Art Direction by Matt Likely

Set Decoration by Ian Greig

Costume Design by Linda Muir

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