Intolerable Cruelty

Intolerable Cruelty

A revenge-seeking gold digger marries a womanizing Beverly Hills lawyer with the intention of making a killing in the divorce.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:100 minutes
  • Release:2003
  • Language:English,French
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:suicide,   despair,   dentist,  

Miles Massey is a famous divorce lawyer. When he represents a rich client Rex Rexroth, he finds his match in Rex's gold-digging wife, Marilyn Rexroth who makes his life, his love change absolutely. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Jon C (ag) wrote: at long last Dolph Lundgren is in a good movie for changedespite being at 80 mins the movie gets a lot done and it's actually funit's gory, quick-paced, snappy when it comes to the dialogue and the chemistry is excellenthe plays a demon hunter in a Mississippi town that tries to capture an entity that jumps from body to body, he also has unexpected help from an FBI AgentPierce and Woodley work so well together even if they don't agree on how to extinguish the evil presence short, violent, quick to the point and enjoyable

Bryan W (ca) wrote: Just bad. Do not waste your time. Couldn't even get through 15 mins. Shot in Point of View style. Similar movie to The Hangover (which is much better).

Alan O (kr) wrote: Dissapointing routine family drama falsely labelled as a supernatural chiller starring british actor Colin Firth.Director Michael Winterbottom must of been commissioned by the tourist board to make a film about Genova, because surprisingly, there is very little else on show during the 90 minutes.After a family have a car accident in which the mother tragically dies, the father and his two children move from New York to Genova. The remaining film show's how the grief stricken family cope.Shot extraordinarily well, making me want to immediately add Genova to my traveling wish list, I was left with a feeling of emptiness after the film.In truth, I would agree it's an effective study of grief, but don't market the film as the new "Don't Look Now"A missed oppurtunity. If you ever plan to visit Genova, or your just curious, this film will give you a better idea about the handsome Italian town but don't expect much else.

Shane V (jp) wrote: Caroline Tarrant is the final descendant of Daniel Robetaille, now known as the Candyman. She lives as an artist in Los Angeles, specializing in the history of her great great grandfather and trying to convince the world to see him for what he was; an artist, rather than a fictitious murderer. But when she calls his name five times in a mirror at her gallery opening, she awakens the evil spirit once again. Well, the special effects have once again improved. And the director seems to have 'flashed out' the Candyman's power more, so to speak. Absolutely every other element took a nosedive. The acting was simply and utterly awful. I honestly felt no connection to Caroline at all, and she is basically just the same character from the first two movies. This feeling is only bolstered by the fact that every single one of these main characters happen to look exactly alike, thusly all being reincarnations of Candyman's former lover, even without the first being related to the second and third. And the story of the Candyman is once again changed, completely disregarding either of the first two movies other than the main character. The script is dismal, and the scares are few and bleakly repetitive. The tone is also quite non-existent. In summary: other than Tony Todd's performance and the improved CGI, there is nothing redeeming or even enjoyable about this film. I give "Candyman 3: Day of the Dead" 2.5 bloody bees out of 10.

Arash X (fr) wrote: Not a weak depiction actually but frankly not my kind of film, I couldn't care less about its characters

Amy A (au) wrote: Many thought this movie was boring. I don't watch movies just to be entertained. I don't need car chase scenes or guns or superheroes. I also watch movies to learn something, or to get insight into another life or another culture, so I enjoyed this movie. What held my interest was the dysfunctional family, and seeing how the mother handled abuse. I did not see warning signs of these evil men when the mother was dating them, so she didn't seem to be one of those idiot-women who let themselves be shoved around by some ogre-of-a-man. I experienced an emotionally abusive husband (he was never physically abusive), so I'm so very curious to see how other women handle this. I had wonderful parents, so it was hard for me to understand what the kids were going through. I tried to put myself in the kids' shoes, and wondered how I would handle such a bully of a father. I'd like to think I'd say, "Go away, you slob!" and report him, but easier said than done. A good film won't depict a character as all good or all bad, so as a kid, you're confused when they are kind. Abusers apologize a lot and give flowers. At first, I wondered if the the father was just disciplining the kids, making them do their homework and chores. You do have to get on kids. Then it went too far. I was glad when the mother took her kids out of the abusive home. I wanted to shake the daughter who whined because she now didn't have her own room and had to go to a different school. Teens can be so very self-absorbed. It made me wonder if I was this selfish when I was a teen. Ethan Hawk's character was interesting. He seemed hyper, always "on" with his inner pistons going full throttle. While he was a screw-up when he was young, he had a kind heart and matured throughout the movie. His latest wife calmed him. It was interesting to me to see the aging process all in one movie. I was surprised the boy was solid and light-haired as a young boy, then extremely skinny and black-haired as an older teen. He went from 'average kid' to 'super cool dude.' All in all, this movie did what it sought out to accomplish - showing an ordinary life of a boy.

Melody N (mx) wrote: A family classic for sure.

Alexander R (es) wrote: Everything in this film was great, although it could have toned down on the violence a little.