The Decoy Bride

The Decoy Bride

A local woman is hired to draw paparazzi away from a Hollywood actress who has come to Scotland to get married.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:89 minutes
  • Release:2011
  • Language:English,Scottish Gaelic
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:journalist,   boat,   disguise,  

When the world's media descend on the remote Scottish island where a Hollywood actress is attempting to get married, a local girl is hired as a decoy bride to put the paparazzi off the scent. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Mateus Z (jp) wrote: Too realistically depressing for it's own good, this is a piece of very heavy social cinema, providing the viewer very little space to breath. However, having said that, it points out the problems of modern Poland in a very accurate and well-structured manner. Only for people interested in the Eastern European post-Communist transition. For all others it will be quite hermetic.

Joe I (gb) wrote: Funny. Love it. Quite nutty

Jason C (gb) wrote: Round two in my exploration of Kilmer's straight to DVD work. This is essensially a remake of Bad Day at Black Rock with Kilmer standing in for Spencer Tracy's character. Where that film had a great sense of economy when it came to narrative, this film tries to throw everything in. I give it some props for being surprisingly contemporary in it's plotline regarding southern border states and there insane attitudes toward illegal aliens, but it's not nearly enough to elevate this film past it's crap status. One genuine bright spot would the work of character actor Gary Cole as the heavy, he somehow, inexplicably, makes it through the film mostly intact. Verdict on Val: I wish I could say he came out alright but he's really pretty bad. He literally does so little through the majority of the film that it's hardly a performance at all. He just stare seriously and says little. We're suppose to read pathos and a deeply troubled relationship with the past (a military history not worth going into despite its 'importance' to the plot) but really all I could see was a lazy actor in a bad role. You're making it very hard for me to continue to defend you Mr. Kilmer, I hope this doesn't make me hate you.

Masorad (ag) wrote: This is the one with a tetchy Dietrich in a variety of mantillas making life miserable for future-fodder-for-yellow-journalism Atwill. Sternberg's high-contrast cinematography and carnaval set design/art direction often outstrip the story of a man who is given the whip with no pussy. Maddeningly watchable.

monsieur r (kr) wrote: Did not care for Woody nor anyone else singing mostly unknown (to me) songs which get sung all too often in this many subplot musical. I had to stop watching this though I am a big fan of most Allen films. I also got tired of the male actors seemingly imitating all of Woody's mannerisms. Not very funny at all it was a disappointment and could not watch all the way through. Goldie Hawn hasn't aged one bit miraculously and though not out of her usual character was refreshing compared to all the others. I do not crave finishing this film sadly. ------ M. rick has spoken.

Steve G (nl) wrote: 21st Century comedic masterpiece. I was into this before anybody else even heard of it. The humor in the movie is like a mirror image of the abstractions going on in my head. How somebody else captured the quirks that I thought only I found funny was astonishing. I bet a million watched it and said "Hey! That's MY crazy humor!". Therein lies the greatness.

Sam M (it) wrote: As respective as it is to its original literary source, Speak was not at all created to break through any barriers when it comes to book-to-film adaptations.

Kellen R (ca) wrote: A big cast and an interesting concept but it never quite comes together.

Brian O (jp) wrote: This film does nothing but glorifies the ego of a film director to say: look at how avant garde I can be. It uses a greek play light-worlds apart to offer some half-ass solution to a complex socio-economic problem.. Spike Lee is out of touch and this film is irrelevant and further... I imagine offensive to the people caught in this real-life struggle. What a joke. Go away Spike Lee, or go back to the style of film-making that actually had something to say.

Tabatha B (gb) wrote: I feel this is a film that could have been so much more,the ending was disapointing,it felt as though they may have run out of time with this one.

Anthony K (mx) wrote: I traded 98 minutes of my life to become familiar with a musical legend who has scored Starbucks everywhere for the last...20(?) years. Well worth it. While Born To Be Blue doesn't stray from the musician-biopic tropes, it's a great acting showcase for Ethan Hawke and his co-stars, and so is certainly time well spent.