Oct 13, 2016 R 1h 40m

An account of the days of First Lady, Jacqueline Kennedy, in the immediate aftermath of John F. Kennedy's assassination in 1963.

Overall Rating

7 / 10 Verdict: Good
Avg. Rating: 7 # of Ratings: 7 # of Reviews: 5

Overall Rating

7 / 10 Verdict: Good
Avg. Rating: 7 # of Ratings: 7 # of Reviews: 5

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Director: Pablo Larraín



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  • BarneyNuttall


    8 / 10
    Jackie is haunting. Much of the film consists of wide shots of Jackie floating down the empty halls of what was once her home. Portman's ghostly portrayal is boosted by Mica Levi's gracefully brooding score which moans and sings along with her pai... Read the full review »
  • WHAT I LIKED: There's no question that Natalie Portman is the driving force behind 'Jackie,' as she delivers one of the most captivating performances (and 'performance,' really is the key word here) of her incredibly impressive career, but that's... Read the full review »
  • Jackie might just be Natalie Portman's classiest performance. Black Swan still remains her best film by far, but there's something alluring about her role in this. The accent, the mannerisms, the sheer amount of class...it's yet another transforma... Read the full review »
  • Elite Reviewer
    Pablo Larraín has created quite a film in "Jackie." Some will love it, others will hate it, but either way, it provides a very in-depth look at a woman concerned with image and power while being doused in vanity and sorrow... Read the full review »


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