The Power of the Dog | Official Trailer | Netflix



Written and directed by Academy Award® winning filmmaker Jane Campion, The Power of the Dog is “mesmerizing,” “astonishing,” “a masterpiece.” Starring Benedict Cumberbatch, Kirsten Dunst, Jesse Plemons, and Kodi Smit-McPhee. In select theaters November and on Netflix December 1.

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The Power of the Dog | Official Trailer | Netflix

25 comments

  1. Bravo. Netlflix has certainly been killin it lately. They're getting much better, as they should, now they have more money than they can spend.

  2. I don't understand why the old western fiction genre is still lingering around, the era itself is so far gone. This is no knock on this particular movie, I haven't watched it yet, I'm about to: I just wish they made movies like these set in a post apocalyptic future, give new flavor to the old western genre. As tired as we get of watching Hollywood remakes, virtually any old western movie could be transformed into a futuristic post apocalyptic, and there are so few good movies in that genre

  3. basic plot: masculine men bad or secretly gay. effeminate men and women good. single moms can marry rich men. all your typical hollywood tropes and cliches with pretty scenery. garbage masquerading as art. perfect for the oscars

  4. There’s two hours of my life I’ll never get back. Lacks in coherent story telling, drawn out much longer than necessary and leaves you feeling confused and annoyed.

  5. Great cast! Haven't paid much attention to Cumberbatch. (I refuse to see films based on comic books, no matter how well I like the actors work) I've only recently seen "The Imitation Game" and was very impressed with him.

  6. One scene I can't stop thinking about was when Peter shared a cigarette with Phil. At that point Phil was already poisoned with antrax so Peter didn't need to seduce him anymore so why he did it anyway?

  7. So did they rough cowboy end up being gay and had sex with the gay boy and die of aids??? I don’t get what happened I was sleepy

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