No God, No Master
No God, No Master (2014)

When a series of package bombs show up on the doorsteps of prominent politicians and businessmen in the summer of 1919, U.S. Bureau of Investigation Agent William Flynn (Strathairn) is assigned the task of finding those responsible. He… More

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Rated: PG-13
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Release Date: April 11, 2014
DVD Release Date: May 19, 2014
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Critic Score: 71% Rotten Tomatoes™ Critic Reviews
Mary Houlihan
Chicago Sun-Times

No God, No Master has an authentic period feel. But Green is focused on so many historical figures and potential storylines that the film feels rushed and, at times, confusing.

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Robert Abele
Los Angeles Times

A series of issue-driven snapshots instead of something genuinely illuminating.

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John Noonan
FILMINK (Australia)

The attention to detail is strong and it's hard not to think about De Palma's The Untouchables.

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J. R. Jones
Chicago Reader

[A] fairly engrossing historical drama.

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Joe Neumaier
New York Daily News

Interesting politics done in by so-so filmmaking.

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Kenneth R. Morefield
Christianity Today

Nobody in No God, No Master actually utters the phrase "those who forget the past are condemned to repeat it," but that sentiment is the subtext of nearly every line of dialogue in this historical drama about the Palmer Raids.

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Jeannette Catsoulis
New York Times

A film that probably should have been called "No Ambien? No Problem!"

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Danny King
Village Voice

Green is both a capable filmmaker and a clear history buff.

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Ron Wilkinson
It's Just Movies

Great history and plenty of bombs and explosions but lacking the glitz to be a great crime thriller.

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Flixster Audience Score: 48% Flixster User Reviews
Jeffrey Meyers
No God, No Master is the sort of film that clearly has a lot to say, a lot of history to convey, yet struggles to do so effectively in a self-contained film.… More