The Talented Mr. Ripley

The Talented Mr. Ripley

Tom Ripley is a calculating young man who believes it's better to be a fake somebody than a real nobody. Opportunity knocks in the form of a wealthy U.S. shipbuilder who hires Tom to travel to Italy to bring back his playboy son, Dickie. Ripley worms his way into the idyllic lives of Dickie and his girlfriend, plunging into a daring scheme of duplicity, lies and murder.

The 1950s. Manhattan lavatory attendant, Tom Ripley, borrows a Princeton jacket to play piano at a garden party. When the wealthy father of a recent Princeton grad chats Tom up, Tom pretends to know the son and is soon offered $1,000 to go to Italy to convince Dickie Greenleaf to return home. In Italy, Tom attaches himself to Dickie and to Marge, Dickie's cultured fiancée, pretending to love jazz and harboring homoerotic hopes as he soaks in luxury. Besides lying, Tom's talents include impressions and forgery, so when the handsome and confident Dickie tires of Tom, dismissing him as a bore, Tom goes to extreme lengths to make Greenleaf's privileges his own. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Ryan M (br) wrote: Want to see how bad it's going to be

Steve S (it) wrote: A fantastic story and one of the most unique tellings of such a story possibly ever committed to film. Albert Finney plays one of the most interesting and complicated career drunkards I've ever seen, from being a stumbling buffoon to a waxing nostalgia British aristocrat in one scene. Beautifully filmed, stylish as hell, and just an enjoyable watch from start to finish.

Hunter S (mx) wrote: Definitely one of Nakadai's more memorable roles. Some otherwise good characters in this as well. A slow start but well worth it by the end. One of Gosha's better films.

April M (kr) wrote: They just don't make them like they used to

Matt L (jp) wrote: Funny, but not the "hilarious classic" that everyone says it is. I know my tastes may be a bit different than old-schoolers; but for me I think Tropic Thunder is far funnier.Just me though.

Leon B (mx) wrote: Review:This movie really did touch me, because a couple of my family members have recently been diagnosed with breast cancer. The emotional strain that this terrible disease puts on a family, was shown in this movie and I must admit, it did bring a tear to my eye. The fact that they haven't found a cure for this disease, is extremely worrying for everybody in day to day life, so when Mary-Claire King found a connection through the family gene it was truly an amazing thing. More and more people are testing for the disease, especially if it's in there family, so this movie brought to light how certain cancers are passed through our siblings, genetically. The performance from Samantha Morton is excellent, especially when she was going through chemo the second time and the technical side of Mary-Claire's work is easy to understand and interesting to follow. It did seem like the film was made for TV, mainly because I have seen a lot of movies that cover this subject matter on TV but it's still an emotional drama which I thoroughly enjoyed. I will warn you to have a box of tissues next to you when you watch this film because it's an touching rollercoaster that a lot of people can relate to. Enjoyable!Round-Up:This is the first movie written and directed by Steven Bernstein, who done a great job by bringing a medical milestone to light. It didn't get the big distribution treatment like a lot of uninteresting movies that I have seen lately, which is a shame because the subject matter is becoming more popular to households across the world. I must admit, you do have to be in the right frame of mind before you watch this film because it does touch many issues which can be a bit too emotional for people who are suffering with cancer. With that aside, it's still worth a watch, just to see what Marie-Claire had to go through to bring her findings to light.I recommend this movie to people who are into their dramatic movies starring Rashida Jones, Aaron Paul, Helen Hunt, Samantha Morten, Alice Eve, Maggie Grace, Corey Stoll and Ben McKenzie. 6/10

Kim B (us) wrote: I really would've liked this film more but it's so tame n been done twice over so many times that's it hard to appreciate nowadays. It also moves very slow n bc this comedy has been copied so much u can often see the punchlines coming. Chaplin is very charming n like able. He has a dark sense of humor who uses bad circumstances, creativity, clumsiness, n odd coincidences to his benefit. It says something that despite what I've mentioned earlier and this being so old at parts I was laughing. A couple of rememberable scenes like the dinner roll dance.

Rob L (ca) wrote: I haven't much liked the other movies, maybe it being set in mid evil times just makes it a little better because this is pretty good