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Whiplash
8.3/10 by 2995 users
Original Title: Whiplash
Release: 2014-10-10
Runtime: 107 min
Genre: Drama, Music
Country: United States of America
Subtitle: English
Plot: Under the direction of a ruthless instructor, a talented young drummer begins to pursue perfection at any cost, even his humanity.
Andrew Neimann

Characters : Andrew Neimann

Actor : Miles Teller

Terence Fletcher

Characters : Terence Fletcher

Actor : J.K. Simmons

Nicole

Characters : Nicole

Actor : Melissa Benoist

Ryan

Characters : Ryan

Actor : Austin Stowell

Travis

Characters : Travis

Actor : Jayson Blair

Assistant - Sophie

Characters : Assistant - Sophie

Actor : Kavita Patil

Mr. Neyman

Characters : Mr. Neyman

Actor : Paul Reiser

Carl Tanner

Characters : Carl Tanner

Actor : Nate Lang

Uncle Frank

Characters : Uncle Frank

Actor : Chris Mulkey

Mr. Kramer

Characters : Mr. Kramer

Actor : Damon Gupton

Aunt Emma

Characters : Aunt Emma

Actor : Suanne Spoke

Dorm Neighbor

Characters : Dorm Neighbor

Actor : Max Kasch

Dustin

Characters : Dustin

Actor : Charlie Ian

Bassist (Nassau)

Characters : Bassist (Nassau)

Actor : Kofi Siriboe

Metz

Characters : Metz

Actor : C.J. Vana

Pianist (Studio Band)

Characters : Pianist (Studio Band)

Actor : Tarik Lowe

Saxophonist #2 (Studio Band)

Characters : Saxophonist #2 (Studio Band)

Actor : Tyler Kimball

Trumpeter #1 (Studio Band)

Characters : Trumpeter #1 (Studio Band)

Actor : Rogelio Douglas Jr.

Trumpeter #2 (Studio Band)

Characters : Trumpeter #2 (Studio Band)

Actor : Adrian Burks

Technician (Overbrook) - Mike

Characters : Technician (Overbrook) - Mike

Actor : Joseph Bruno

Stage Hand (Overbrook)

Characters : Stage Hand (Overbrook)

Actor : Michael D. Cohen

Passerby (Bus Station)

Characters : Passerby (Bus Station)

Actor : Jocelyn Ayanna

Truck Driver

Characters : Truck Driver

Actor : Keenan Henson

Passerby (Dunellen)

Characters : Passerby (Dunellen)

Actor : Janet Hoskins

Rachel Bornholdt

Characters : Rachel Bornholdt

Actor : April Grace

Drummer (Quartet)

Characters : Drummer (Quartet)

Actor : Clifton 'Fou Fou' Eddie

Saxophonist (Studio Band) (as Calvin Winbush)

Characters : Saxophonist (Studio Band) (as Calvin Winbush)

Actor : Calvin C. Winbush

Bassist (JVC)

Characters : Bassist (JVC)

Actor : Marcus Henderson

Stage Hand (Carnegie Hall)

Characters : Stage Hand (Carnegie Hall)

Actor : Tony Baker

Red Henderson

Characters : Red Henderson

Actor : Henry G. Sanders

Andrew (8 years old)

Characters : Andrew (8 years old)

Actor : Sam Campisi

Nassau Trumpeter #2

Characters : Nassau Trumpeter #2

Actor : Jimmie Kirkpatrick

Studio Core Member #1

Characters : Studio Core Member #1

Actor : Keenan Allen

Studio Core Member #2

Characters : Studio Core Member #2

Actor : Ayinde Vaughan

Studio Core Member #3

Characters : Studio Core Member #3

Actor : Shai Golan

Studio Core Member #4

Characters : Studio Core Member #4

Actor : Yancey Wells

Student #1

Characters : Student #1

Actor : Candace Roberge

Student #2

Characters : Student #2

Actor : Krista Kilber

Diner Patron (uncredited)

Characters : Diner Patron (uncredited)

Actor : Cici Leah Campbell

JVC Trumpet Player (uncredited)

Characters : JVC Trumpet Player (uncredited)

Actor : Damien Coates

JVC Alto Jazz Saxophone Player (uncredited)

Characters : JVC Alto Jazz Saxophone Player (uncredited)

Actor : Kyle Julian Graham

Saxophone Player (uncredited)

Characters : Saxophone Player (uncredited)

Actor : Ellee Jane Hounsell

JVC Guitarist (uncredited)

Characters : JVC Guitarist (uncredited)

Actor : Stephen Hsu

Music Competition Judge (uncredited)

Characters : Music Competition Judge (uncredited)

Actor : Herman Johansen

Audience Member (uncredited)

Characters : Audience Member (uncredited)

Actor : Wendee Lee

JVC Saxophonist (uncredited)

Characters : JVC Saxophonist (uncredited)

Actor : Dakota Lupo

Rival Band Saxophonist (uncredited)

Characters : Rival Band Saxophonist (uncredited)

Actor : Jesse Mitchell

JVC Trombonist (uncredited)

Characters : JVC Trombonist (uncredited)

Actor : Amanda Newman

Bartender (uncredited)

Characters : Bartender (uncredited)

Actor : Joseph Oliveira

Audience Member (uncredited)

Characters : Audience Member (uncredited)

Actor : Michelle Ruff

Studio Band Saxophone Player (uncredited)

Characters : Studio Band Saxophone Player (uncredited)

Actor : Daniel Weidlein

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    MJM

    A Review by MJM

    by MJM

    "DISGUSTING NONSENSE... *** This review may contain spoilers *** I find it very sad that so many people - including so-called professional reviewers - have rated this crap so highly. I did not walk out (although I was greatly tempted to do so) but saw it to the end. A total waste of time. Here's what might spoil it for you, should you believe the BS that's being spread around this stinking pile of excrement: It could have actually been OK if it hadn't been so laughably impossibly ridiculous. Perhaps if it had been set in the fifties or the forties when people had much less developed consciousness of human rights? But even so... I suppose the moral/lesson we are supposed to learn is... if you can't warp your students enough by abuse to force them to become great musicians then it is perfectly alright to discard or destroy them in the attempt. This glorified tyrant and bully can himself only produce music at a grade one level and so because he cannot 'do' he 'teaches?' He does not teach, he does not inspire; he withholds approval, negatively reinforces and rules by fear, and is feared rather than respected. I would have a difficult time to point to a single (pedagogical) scene in the film that had any merit whatsoever or was worth watching for any reason. Maybe I should say that its evident popularity may be evidence that we are truly living in the end times... ha! See the film if you want to be current, but please decide for yourself from watching it and don't believe the hype about its 'genius' or 'brilliance.' It is not either of those things; it's a poorly written, sad joke. I would expect that those people who rate it so highly A) want to seem cool because 'it's about jazz' B) have never actually been in a teacher/student situation and therefore, can only imagine how its done C) see all the other positive reviews and so must follow the herd D) don't really know their ass from their elbow or E) thought the the actor had truly grown because in Spiderman he only yell, but it THIS one, he throws chairs.... or F) all of the above. Save your money or see something uplifting instead rather than this horseshit."

    Andres Gomez

    A Review by Andres Gomez

    by Andres Gomez

    "Fantastic movie with a good cast with an impressive Miles Teller and a yet even more impressive J.K. Simmons. Decent script, great directing, selection of the repertoire and performances. Just sit down, get a good audio system and enjoy one of the best movies of the 2010s."

    DanDare

    A Review by DanDare

    by DanDare

    "J K Simmons won an Oscar for Best Supporting Actor for his mean, bullying monster. Jazz teacher Terence Fletcher who abhors the words 'good job.' Fletcher tells a tale about Charlie Parker and how doing a good job was not enough for him. Good job means mediocrity. Yet Fletcher is a mediocre educator and his college seems not to have noticed this. Instead of being an inspiration his students fear him. He is a nasty tyrant and an incident from his past comes back to haunt him. Miles Teller plays Andrew Neiman the put upon jazz drummer in the Shaffer Conservatory in New York. Neiman is eager to impress Fletcher but nothing he can do is good enough and withstands all the effluent Fletcher throws at him until one day he snaps. Damien Chazelle unleashed an unethical monster in Fletcher with Neiman providing the film's heart but I am not convinced that this is a good film. The rest of the students in the class are silent to the abuse taking place right in front of them. They are young adults, not kids and they do nothing about it."

    mattwilde123

    A Review by mattwilde123

    by mattwilde123

    "When I sat down to watch this film, I didn't know what to expect. I am not usually a fan of films about musicians but this was a brilliant and tense masterpiece. The story is of a very ambitious boy named Andrew (played by Miles Teller) who is a music student in New York. He aspires to be noticed by a prestigious music teacher named Fletcher (played by J.K. Simmons). As his wish starts becoming a reality, he realises the brutality of this teacher who continually pushes him with questionable methods. Damien Chazelle's direction is almost of a tense boxing or war action drama in that it constantly uses the music of the drumming to build the tension whilst using violent and sharp editing whilst the jazz band play. Chazelle's screenplay is very well written. It is filled with humour, tension and heartbreak. The way in which Fletcher switches during Andrew's first lesson is expertly done. Fletcher relentlessly insults Andrew in a very shocking way which really creates a huge sense of sympathy for Andrew's character as he struggles to respond. The insulting dialogue is very similar to Stanley Kubrick's 'Full Metal Jacket' in that it is both humourous and disturbingly distressing. The performances in this film are remarkable. Miles Teller is a relative newcomer but takes to this character with so much depth and understanding. The drumming scenes look like incredible and torturous workouts and Teller really shows the pain and agony his character is going through to reach his dream. The chemistry between the two central characters is flawless. J.K. Simmons is perfect as the abusive music teacher. Simmons manages to combine Fletcher's distinguished persona with his terrifying unpredictability. Simmons reminds me of his character in Valve's 'Portal 2' in which he continuously spouts insults at the player in a darkly hilarious way. Overall, 'Whiplash' is a fascinating study of passion, ambition and love. The film asks questions about the morality of getting one's dreams and the acceptable methods of acquiring them. Full of amazing performances all around, and created with such intensity and spirit, my final rating for this film is 4.5 stars. ★★★★½"

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