By Todd Field

  • Genre: Drama
  • Release Date: 2022-10-07
  • Advisory Rating: R
  • Runtime: 2h 38min
  • Director: Todd Field
  • iTunes Price: USD 19.99
  • iTunes Rent Price: USD 5.99


From director-writer-producer Todd Field comes TÁR, starring Cate Blanchett as the iconic musician, Lydia Tár. The film examines the changing nature of power, its impact and durability in our modern world.


  • TAR

    By rkuite1
  • Nope….

    By john's tech
    Leaves the viewer in the rear view mirror the WHOLE trip - 😂🤣😂🤣
  • Great Disappointment in many regards

    By Movie Devil
    After all the publicity and accolades that this movie received, I was curious. As someone in the classical music field, I was very disappointed about the fictitious character and script. For someone who watches this movie, please be adviced that the position, function and personality of a conductor in the real world is NOT what this movie portrays: e.g. in today's world a conductor or music director does NOT have the power to select an additional work to be recorded for a CD project in a few days, and also would not be able to bring a new soloist to perform on this recording without planning, negotiations, contracts etc. etc. Cat Blanchett is at her best, no question, but her talent is wasted on a boring, lenghty dialog. There is superficial treatment on the many subplots, so the viewer - if not familiar with the workings of an orchestra, of musicians, of managers etc. - gets confused. I consider this fabricated character an insult to the real artists mentioned briefly in the movie, e.g. Bernstein, Furtwängler, Karajan, who would have something meaningful to say to the students at Juilliard School instead of the self-indulging, pseudo-intellectual speech this Tàr produces. What is this movie really about: struggle of a female conductor to work in a world of men? Her sexual preference? Her (only hinted, but not shown) abusive power over "underlings"? The cinematic efforts are rudimentary. The only sudden discovery is the young Russian cellist who auditions and gets to play the Elgar Concerto: she is not an actress pretending to be a musician, but the real thing! Congratulations to her!
  • Boring boring boring

    By Bruno Taut
    What a pretentious film, full of stilted monologues and ridiculously implausible characters. Cate Blanchett doesn't "play" Lydia Tár, she portrays her, and barely better than some freshman drama student. Virtually all of the supporting roles were played better and more believably. Aside from an extremely boring script and uninspired execution, Cate Blanchett should not become her own caricature.
  • Tricked

    By Sjm7000
    The five star reviews are a joke. Someone had to pay them.I feel tricked into watching what I thought was a awful movie. What was the point. Nothing is every spelled out, all just alluded too. And the ending was just shocking. Too sit there for over two hours of enduring a pointless movie. The ending just makes you see how you have been played a fool.
  • Boring

    By sistermaryleo
    Talk, talk, talk. What an unimaginative script and dishonest cinematography. And I paid to watch it. Cate B is so talented. Why did she make this movie? And why did I waste my time watching it?
  • Good but not for everyone

    By GlennBond
    I just saw this last night. At a special screening. Cate Blanchett was there too. Plus Todd Field. The Director. I really liked it. It’s slow in the beginning but intensifies as it goes along. I was literally captivated by Cate’s performance. She held me in my seat. I needed to even go to the bathroom at one point but couldn’t. I didn’t want to miss anything. Todd Field is a very nice guy too. Besides being very talented. Cate was too.
  • tar

    By TrickyLickins
    It was 158 minutes long. That is tar.
  • Not for the spoon-fed

    By Shashibiya
    TÁR is an exceptionally accomplished film in every respect. It demands your attention, and at least second viewing.
  • Love Cate but hated this movie.

    By AlanSmithee101
    Complete disjointed. Made no sense. Even Cate - whom I adore - could not save it