Slaughterhouse Five
Film Review


Slaughterhouse Five is a decent enough movie, though that is mainly on the strength of the original story. There are some interesting transitions for the time jumps, but overall the film's style feels dated (and certainly not eternal). The lead actor tries to convey the vibe of book, and it comes off OK, but the overpowering vibe is that of the 1970s. Still, it is a competent adaptation and fans of the book should give it a view, albeit with moderate expectations.

3.0 / 5.0

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