Lady Chatterley's Lover

Lady Chatterley's Lover

A film adaptation of D.H. Lawrence's novel. After a crippling injury leaves her husband impotent, Lady Chatterly is torn between her love for her husband and her physical desires. With her husband's consent, she seeks out other means of fulfilling her needs.

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Bichitra N (us) wrote: Comedy is good but story lacks........

Tom H (it) wrote: Mandatory viewing for all Americans. Even today, five years after it was released, this film is still shocking. Alex Gibney is not afraid to follow up on some very uncomfortable occurrences and asks the right questions (people). I suspect that over the years, as more information becomes available and more people have the courage to speak out, we will learn how close we got to losing our self-esteem and democratic dignity. However, it's not over yet. Oddly, similar to the financial crisis, none of the real culprits and instigators were held responsible. The peons had to take the fall. The bigwigs are still at large perpetuating their notion of government .

Thomas H (br) wrote: Narratively it's a mess but the film's imagination is stellar.

SagaciousFrank (gb) wrote: Watched 'Drunken Master' for the first time in a decade with my girlfriend (first viewing for her) and both loved it. Thankfully I kept my 'Hong Kong Legend' DVD editions with the option of Chinese or English dubbing. Where I can, I invariably choose the native language track.This film is simply hilarious, and Jackie Chan was the effectively the first Martial Artist to successfully blend comedy with Kung Fu in a movie. The dialogue as reproduced by English subtitles combined with excellent comedic facial expressions and acting by Chan (in particular) and other cast members had both of us utterly entertained and laughing from almost start to finish. Plus, as always with a Jackie Chan film, the stunts and choreography are a marvel to behold. I sense a Jackie Chan film season gracing my Blu-Ray/DVD player once more for the first time in a while.

David S (ca) wrote: At first I was enjoying this film as I do most Benedict Cumberbatch flicks, but the Fifth Estate really drags on in the second and third acts. Right on the box it says "a first rate thriller". There weren't many thrills throughout. There is a couple scenes where there is little tension on what they should do, but that ultimately is a false statement. This subject matter just may not be great for film, it may have benefited from better direction though. Cumberbatch did well with what he had to work with and was still pretty good, David Thewlis was also good. The rest of the cast is hit or miss. All in all, The Fifth Estate I think is the first Benedict Cumberbatch film I didn't like. He was good, but the movie was not.

Richard S (gb) wrote: Little Tommy Tucker Sings For His Supper, What Shall We Give Him But Brown Bread And Butter.... Margaret Rutheford is Great.