Fahrenheit 451 (2018)

  • Year: 2018
  • Released: 20 May 2018
  • Country: United States
  • Adwords: Nominated for 5 Primetime Emmys. 3 wins & 15 nominations total
  • IMDb: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0360556/
  • Rotten Tomatoes: https://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/fahrenheit_451
  • Available in: 720p, 1080p, 720p
  • Language: English
  • MPA Rating: TV-14
  • Genre: Drama, Sci-Fi, Thriller
  • Runtime: 100 min
  • Writer: Ray Bradbury, Ramin Bahrani, Amir Naderi
  • Director: Ramin Bahrani
  • Cast: Michael B. Jordan, Aaron Davis, Cindy Katz
  • Keywords: based on novel or book, remake, dystopia, book burning,
31% – Critics
22% – Audience

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In a terrifying care-free future, a young man, Guy Montag, whose job as a fireman is to burn all books, questions his actions after meeting a young woman – and begins to rebel against society.

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Fahrenheit 451 Movie Reviews

Fizzled out mess. Oh the irony..

Another TV movie that didn’t have to me made.

The brain trust at HBO decided: “Hey you know that great book by Ray Bradbury?”, “And you know the 1996 version was pretty successful right?” “Lets make a jazzed up modern version!” Executive #2: “Sounds like a plan!”

Nope, this was horrible. It was so bad it’s as if they tried to make it so.

Ray Bradbury was an artistic genius (whom I was lucky to meet in the early 80’s); his written words flow like poetry. This mess is a a complete disservice to Ray, other than maybe, hopefully, it will get a few more people to actually the real book, or watch the superior 1966 out of disgust for this thing.

Ironically, this was sort of the dumbed-down social justice warrior revisioning of the book. The irony is so thick it’s palpable..


Ray Bradbury wrote some novels and tons of short stories. Why remake one of his most famous pieces with low budget and well, compared with the innovative movie from 1966 (François Truffaut!), this version is a total predictable, movie of zeitgeist – conventional adds/changes and the use of CGI for the purpose of a make-up for a bad script and hasty and careless production.

We got a version of Fahrenheit 451 made by a titan like François Truffaut and now someone decided to make a smalltown movie for whatever reasons. Well, of course censorship is an issue of zeitgeist and the story of Fahrenheit 451 fits into that current (no matter if this is the real topic of the original story).

Verdict: read or reread a book from Bradbury or watch Truffaut’s flick from 1966 – your time is much better spent – with Ramin Bahrani’s Fahrenheit 451 you get a movie with no subtlety (like in Truffaut’s vision) and no gray-zone at all. In this sense this version of Fahrenheit 451 is a very contemporary movie – just think of Guillermo del Toro’s last fish epic – everything is just described or “painted” in black or white. All in all: redundant and disappointing.

p.s. Someone genius must have written a self-help book for Hollywood’s directors/writers with a title like “10 Steps of How to Convert a Fine Novel into Pulp Fiction”.

The ending ruins it.

Back in 1966, François Truffaut wrote and directed the first movie version of “Fehrenheit 451”. While it was an enjoyable film and rather true to the original story, it was also an extremely strange vision of the Ray Bradbury novel. Much of it was because of the minimalistic look to the movie…most likely due to budget constraints. Regardless, it was a good movie but the acting and look of the movie was rather strange and sterile…so I looked forward to a remake of the classic story. Is this one worthwhile…especially since the overall score for this one is terrible (currently 4.9)??

In the 66 version, the future is banal and people are entertained by crap on TV. In this new version, society is less vapid but they burn books just the same. This time, however, it’s for a more obviously sinister reason–the government controls what is truth and they often change and distort it to their own means. For example, Ben Franklin is hailed as the creator of the first fire company….but his fire company, according to the government, burned books and this sort of thing has been going on for hundreds of years. Of course, his fire company put out fires…and the government is lying about the need to burn books and the history of this. What else are they lying about and just how misled are the people?

The anti-hero of this story is Guy Montag (Michael B. Jordan) and while he’s excellent at burning books and has long accepted society’s need for it. However, as you see him going through his job, you also see that he’s starting to have some doubts…especially after he sees a woman burn herself alive instead of just stand back and watch the firemen destroy her books. Additionally, as she burned, she said ‘Omnis’….but what is Omnis? And, why did the government television channel change the film footage to have her say something entirely different? What’s next for Montag? See the movie.

I was intrigued how Montag was made a black man in the movie. In the book, his race was never mentioned…and I thought it was an interesting twist to change this from the previous movie. After all…why not? I also liked how the film centered more on the government’s hand in all this as well as thought control (much like the book “1984”)…as well as learning that the ‘need’ to burn books resulted from books offending people.

Unfortunately, I didn’t enjoy the macho aspects of the film (there was a LOT of punching and macho histrionics, such as the cigarette lighter scene) and don’t think they were necessary…though they didn’t seriously detract from the movie. In many ways, all the punching reminded me of the macho fight in “They Live”…another excellent sci-fi film that had some weird need to get people punching stuff for no apparent reason. Perhaps the filmmakers thought that viewers were dumb and needed this to keep their interest.

But the worst part, by far, about the film is the ending…an ending NOTHING like the book and which was far, far inferior. Why they would change it is confusing and the movie was completely undone by this. Too bad.