The plot centers around four couples that meet for Valentine's Day, and one loner, a doctor named Valentine, unsuccessfully trying to find someone to spend Valentine's day with.
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Chris B (us) wrote: not offbeat nor funny. shame
Sofia B (gb) wrote: Through interviews with gay and lesbian writers, producers, directors and actors and clips of films we're guided down the road of history of queer cinema to explore its roots and influences.
WS W (fr) wrote: This US reboot indeed re-juveniles the original from France, although the re-written ending has weakened its effect deserved quite a bit. The cinematography at the beginning is quite a thing too.
CJ C (es) wrote: Very sweet girl's coming of age flick. A little sexy.
Pete O (au) wrote: A classic... Too bad its not available.
Adam W (it) wrote: The cast is the noteworthy aspect of Lonelyhearts, excepting one name: Montgomery Clift. Of course, I've loved Clift in everything I've seen up until now. He was thirty-eight when this movie was released and was fresh off his Raintree County accident. Not to be unkind, but he was simply too old and haggard looking to pull off, as the character is often described, a "young man." Robert Ryan and Dolores Hart help him manage many of his scenes. The Academy recognized Lonelyhearts' greatest asset: Maureen Stapleton in her first film role. Her brief performance as the tortured wife of a crippled man with erectile dysfunction is the sort of juicy, scene-stealing role most actresses dream about. Stapleton doesn't waste a second. From her first line to her fiery finish where she pulls a knife on her husband, she's in top form. I'm amazed this came out in 1958, with its frank talk of erectile dysfunction, adultery, and its relentlessly pessimistic opinions on life in general. Luckily, it's not all shock value. There's some interesting drama that plays out and the final scene hits all the right notes.
Phillie E (fr) wrote: I want 96 minutes of my life back.
Gabriel C (br) wrote: A creatively stunted Disney film with bland animation and annoying characters.
John D (nl) wrote: The critics are clueless as usual!