Carol (2015) Full Movie

Carol
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Carol (2015) : In 1950s New York, a department-store clerk who dreams of a better life falls for an older, married woman.

Title Carol (2015)
Release Date Nov 20, 2015
Genres ,
Production Company Killer Films, Number 9 Films, Film4 Productions
Production Countries United Kingdom, United States of America
Casts Rooney Mara, Cate Blanchett, Kyle Chandler, Sarah Paulson, Jake Lacy, John Magaro, Cory Michael Smith, Carrie Brownstein, Kevin Crowley, Nik Pajic, Trent Rowland
Plot Keywords new york city, chicago, illinois, hotel, new year's eve, based on novel or book, age difference, parent child relationship, department store, photography, road trip, lesbian relationship, divorce, lgbt, santa hat, child custody, older woman younger woman relationship, 1950s
Therese Belivet
Therese Belivet
Rooney Mara
Carol Aird
Carol Aird
Cate Blanchett
Harge Aird
Harge Aird
Kyle Chandler
Abby Gerhard
Abby Gerhard
Sarah Paulson
Richard Semco
Richard Semco
Jake Lacy
Dannie McElroy
Dannie McElroy
John Magaro
Tommy Tucker
Tommy Tucker
Cory Michael Smith
Genevieve Cantrell
Genevieve Cantrell
Carrie Brownstein
Fred Haymes
Fred Haymes
Kevin Crowley
Phil McElroy
Phil McElroy
Nik Pajic
Jack Taft
Jack Taft
Trent Rowland
Rindy Aird
Rindy Aird
Sadie Heim
Rindy Aird
Rindy Aird
Kk Heim
Jennifer Aird
Jennifer Aird
Amy Warner
John Aird
John Aird
Michael Haney
Jeanette Harrison
Jeanette Harrison
Wendy Lardin
Roberta Walls
Roberta Walls
Pamela Evans Haynes
Jerry Rix
Jerry Rix
Greg Violand
McKinley Motel Manager
McKinley Motel Manager
Kay Geiger
Landlady
Landlady
Christine Dye
Motel Clerk
Motel Clerk
Deb G. Girdler
Male Party Guest
Male Party Guest
Douglas Scott Sorenson
Ritz Bartender
Ritz Bartender
Ken Strunk
Frankenberg Security Guard
Frankenberg Security Guard
Mike Dennis
Florence
Florence
Ann Reskin
Embarassed Mom
Embarassed Mom
Annie Kalahurka
Drake Hostess
Drake Hostess
Linnea Bond
New York Times Clerk
New York Times Clerk
Steven Andrews
Fred Haymes's Secretary
Fred Haymes's Secretary
Tanya Smith
NYC Waiter
NYC Waiter
Ryan Wesley Gilreath
Oak Room Waiter
Oak Room Waiter
Chuck Gillespie
Dorothy
Dorothy
Jeremy Parker
Party Girl #1
Party Girl #1
Giedre Bond
Frankenberg Employee
Frankenberg Employee
Liberty Fraysure
Oak Room Patron / Pedestrian (uncredited)
Oak Room Patron / Pedestrian (uncredited)
Robert J. Ashe
Oak Room Patron (uncredited)
Oak Room Patron (uncredited)
Anita Farmer Bergman
Ted Grey (uncredited)
Ted Grey (uncredited)
Colin Botts
McKinley Motel Patron's Daughter (uncredited)
McKinley Motel Patron's Daughter (uncredited)
Chelsea Carnder
Restaurant / Pedestrian (uncredited)
Restaurant / Pedestrian (uncredited)
Gary Chinn
Frankenberg High End Shopper (uncredited)
Frankenberg High End Shopper (uncredited)
William Cross
News Stand Operator / Recuring Pedestrian (uncredited)
News Stand Operator / Recuring Pedestrian (uncredited)
Richard Doone
Party Girl #2
Party Girl #2
Taylor Marie Frey
Shipping Clerk
Shipping Clerk
Michael Joseph Thomas Ward

Reviews

  • Reno

    > Just when it can't get any better... The first thing I noticed was after seeing the movie is there's some kind of mistake in the Oscars nominee. Rooney Mara should have been on the lead role list, while Cate Blanchett in the supporting character's. Maybe the Academy people misunderstood that the title role must be the lead character. Theirs switched place actually does not make any sense. Anyway the Oscars never made sense at all. This story was okay, but adapted screenplay and direction, especially the music was excellent. For the ending scene alone, you will be tempted to raise your rating than what you initially thought it deserves. I was not expecting the movie to be awesome, so I'm not upset for the overall movie. Believe me, the last thing I want in this movie is to see Cate Blanchett in naked. Maybe out of respect or her age or she's not attracted to me, there are plenty of reasons that I can't figure it out which one, but after knowing what this theme is, I was only praying for that not to happen. And obviously that is unavoidable, otherwise the movie will lose its soul and strength. Well, it was better than I thought, both the actresses were good, but Rooney Mara dominated. Whatever category she's in for the Oscars, I'll be happy if she wins. It is not a must watch, but a decent movie and betters in some parts. 7/10

  • mattwilde123

    'Carol' is beautifully shot and very maturely made. The acting was very class all around the film. The whole thing seemed like it was taken from the 40s. I loved how fine it all looked and felt and it deserved a lot more awards than it got. ★★★★