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Pablo Larraín
Natalie Portman as Jackie Kennedy
Caspar Phillipson as John Fitzgerald Kennedy
Sara Verhagen as Mary Gallagher
Deborah Findlay as Maud Shaw
Greta Gerwig as Nancy Tuckerman
Aidan O'Hare as Kenny O' Donnell
Peter Sarsgaard as Bobby Kennedy
Richard E. Grant as Bill Walton
Max Casella as Jack Valenti
Corey Johnson as Larry O'Brien
Billy Crudup as The Journalist
Beth Grant as Lady Bird Johnson
John Carroll Lynch as Lyndon B Johnson
John Hurt as The Priest
Storyline: Jackie is a portrait of one of the most important and tragic moments in American history, seen through the eyes of the iconic First Lady, then . Jackie places us in her world during the days immediately following her husband's assassination. Known for her extraordinary dignity and poise, here we see a portrait of the First Lady as she fights to establish her husband's legacy and the world of "Camelot" that she created and loved so well.
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The deliberate pacing may test your patience, but Jackie remains an authentically personal account of an infamous crime
It doesn't matter who you are or how much privilege you enjoy, having your spouse murdered so brutally beside you is a monstrous tragedy. Jackie captures the pain, both sharp and bleak, that the First Lady must have experienced during and after her husband's assassination. A particularly poignant moment is when Jackie sobs as she wipes the blood from her face; it is her first moment alone since the horrific shock of her life-changing trauma. However, her character becomes less sympathetic as she reveals a prickly demeanour with a tendency to be difficult. Not a diva by any means, just a bit unnecessary.

The performances and period detailing are excellent, but Pablo Larrain's deliberate pacing is just a little bit too slow. It gets to the point where the repeated shots of Jackie's withdrawn doe-eyed face elicit annoyance rather than pathos. At 1hr 40 minutes, Jackie is not a long film, yet it could have and perhaps should have been even shorter. Perhaps the the editor's scissors could have been taken to the sequences with Jackie's priest (John Hurt), which consist largely of asinine religious musings. Then again, Catholicism was more important to the Kennedys than it is to me.

Even with the pacing issues, Jackie remains an authentically personal account of an infamous crime.
This has to be the worst movie i watched this year. I don't know much about the life of the Kennedy and still don't know anything about her after watching the movie. This movie tried very hard to be artistic but ended up confusing me with all the disjointed bits and pieces.It's very hard to follow the story.Natalie Portman's acting is so forced and fake.

The dialogues are just too difficult to follow.

0/10 for me.
As the film is titled 'Jackie' you expect to learn more about her through the film, it should have been called 'JFK's widow one week following his assassination'. This is a woman who was powerful and had a background, a life, buried two babies. All we get from this film is a portrayal of a grieving, often selfish and self absorbed woman who smokes and drinks too much. Who wouldn't fall to that after something as traumatic? The film is flat and bland, it gives us no indication of the type of woman she was, her role in white house (aside from her expensive renovations and insistence on a huge funeral for her husband) We see nothing of her personal achievements. Natalie Portman and the excellent cast's acting skills are the only interesting thing to watch. Disappointing and does 'Jackie O' no justice at all.
Dull and Lifeless
I thoroughly enjoy historical films but this film fell completely flat. This film is less of a biopic and more of a jab towards Jackie and she fell apart trying to handle the high profile of her husband's death. Natalie Portman played Jackie the same way she plays all of her roles, lifeless and dull. Every scene seemed forced. There was such a lack of emotion that none of the supporting actors could make a difference.

Not worth watching unless you need a sleep-aid.
This movie was pretty awful. It painted Jackie as a complete doofus. The continually subtle condescending attitude of the journalist Billy Crudup did everything to keep that a constant theme of this movie. You can see a smug smile in his eyes with almost every question he asks her... as if he's talking to one of the dumbest people on the planet, not the wife of a fallen beloved-by-the-entire-nation, renowned president. Nothing in this movie empowers this poor woman, even her repeated salty remarks to the journalist aren't given respect by him. She is portrayed as vain, boring, predictable. I was expecting a movie that bears her name to show her full complexities, instead it simplifies her. There really isn't a plot, it's extremely straight linear, no falls, no lifts. This whole movie is basically closeups of sad face and crying. Nothing happens that we aren't already aware of, it deals with drawn-out moments before the assassination, the assassination, and the burial. Also, the soundtrack is a minor form of torture. Portman's accent is like a train wreck you can't look away from. Boring. I'm trying to watch a second time to make sure I don't fully dislike it but it's not working.
Not without it's flaws but still a well made film..
Following the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy fights through grief and trauma to regain her faith, console her children, and define her husband's historic legacy. Natalie Portman truly shines as the grieving first lady and John Hurt as The Priest is just terrific as well but where Jackie looses some ground is when it comes to it's pacing because at times i did felt kinda bored and even tho it's kinda smaller in terms of running time if you compare it with other Biographies certain scenes could have been cut out of the finishing film but overall still a very touching and well made Drama and i gotta say the scene where Kennedy gets killed it was shocking. (7/10)
Creating the myth of JFK and "Camelot"
There is a scene about 1/3 of the way through "Jackie" where she and RFK are riding in the back of a hearse with the casket carrying the body of the slain President, after arriving at Andrews AFB, now proceeding to Bethesda Naval Hospital for the autopsy. She and RFK had briefly discussed funeral plans, security issues, etc. She opens the glass partition and asks the driver and the other attendant what they remember about President Garfield and McKinley (who had both been assassinated in office) and neither knew anything about either. (I guess they skipped American History in HS) Jackie asked about President Lincoln and got this response-"Didn't he win the Civil War?"

So Mrs. Kennedy would decide to have a funeral that America and world would remember, to hopefully forever preserve a positive legacy of JFK's Presidency so he didn't merely end a footnote to history, like Garfield and McKinley and one must give her a A in this respect. In most polls from the public and historians JFK is rated as one of the great Presidents, even though by any true critical analysis his Presidency should be given an "I" for incomplete as his Presidency didn't even complete 3 full years, about 2 months shy, barely longer than such notables as Millard Fillmore and Gerald Ford. His most remembered accomplishment, the Cuban Missile Crisis, occurred partly because JFK had botched the Bay of Pigs invasion a year earlier which may have taken Castro out of power. So what has become most remembered about JFK was his horrific murder in a motorcade in downtown Dallas, leaving a young widow with 2 small children and the subsequent state funeral. I was in 3rd grade at the time and it's the first vivid historical memory I and millions have.

To be interested in "Jackie" I think you either have to be a JFK assassination history buff, a Kennedy devotee or someone old enough to have a memory of watching this on TV 50 some years ago. The film is going to sink or swim on Natalie Portman's portrayal, I think she does a good job despite some silly moments in the script. Like after she gets back to the WH alone in her bedroom, when she plays the soundtrack album from "Camelot" and between chain smoking, drinking vodka and taking pills, decides to play dress up, alternating between trying on various black funeral attire and some of her favorite gowns she wore at balls hosted at the WH, which we get to see in various flashback scenes. There is some fascinating behind the scenes type of stuff dealing with the political factions of the JFK and LBJ administrations but as I said, you have to have an interest in this sort of thing. The metaphor for JFK's reign as President and "Camelot" gets a bit overboard, something which is based on a false illusion promoted by a sympathetic press as "Camelot" debuted on Broadway, by absolute sheer coincidence, 1 month after JFK's election. Not sure, but I don't think the Camelot comparisons began till after his death.
Slow paced, but brilliant.
THIS IS AN ADULT MOVIE. It borders on tedium. It's raw, it's brutal, and often disturbing. But this shining moment in Camelot belongs solely to Natalie Portman. I have followed her career with great anticipation, from her auspicious opener as a precocious 14-year old in "The Professional" with Jean Reno, to a memorable performance as the young heroine in "V for Vendetta." But it seems that her later performances became frustratingly "spotty," culminating in her shockingly amateurish star turn in "Star Wars," with an equally bad Hayden Christensen. It seemed that Portman did not live up to the early potential of her blazing childhood debut. But in this biopic, she hit a home run with the bases loaded, in the bottom of the ninth. She was flat-out amazing. She didn't merely PLAY the role, she INHABITED IT. Many actors have tackled the role of this enduring American icon—many with a stronger physical similarity—but she owned the part, all of her past work leading to this singular performance. When the Oscars are given out at year's end, look for Portman to be a front runner. Kudos to a brief but brilliant John Hurt as the unnamed priest, and honorable mention to the Director of Photography's stark and bare camera work, managing to capture the incredible loneliness of a woman in utter disarray.
A simple historical film with great acting by Natalie Portman
As someone who loves history, I thoroughly enjoyed Jackie. For the most part, the facts were historically accurate as far as I am aware. I also really liked the score, I thought it was very refreshing and simply different. The film was slow-paced but I find that's to be expected with historical films. I liked that the cinematography was simple to give a real sense of the era, and the costume design was great. I also liked the ending.

Essentially this is a film where I liked everything, but didn't love much. The only things that I absolutely loved was Natalie Portman's acting as Jackie Kennedy. She really exuded her character and became Jackie Kennedy. it was great! The other thing I loved was John Hurt as the priest which was a lovely surprise.

Overall, this was a simple film but it wasn't daring. It didn't risk take like other films would and therefore in that regard may be a bore for some.
BORING!! Depressing MUSIC
I paid $14.99 to watch this on Google Play. A big disappointment! If you want to get in a depressed mood be sure and watch this movie. I learned absolutely nothing about Jackie that I did not already know. There was the dreadful music for the entire movie along with monotone talking. I made myself finish it because I spent the money. The only good I could find was Natalie Portman. The only reason is she worked hard learning that boring role.
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