A man found guilty of a crime against a minor is released from prison and returns to get revenge on the jury who sent him there.
- Stars:Reese Witherspoon, Seth Rogen, Hugh Laurie, Will Arnett, Kiefer Sutherland, Rainn Wilson, Stephen Colbert, Paul Rudd, Julie White, Jeffrey Tambor, Amy Poehler, Emily Hardy, Mercedes McNab, Steven Brand, Nick Searcy, Josh Nuncio, Joe Nunez, Jeremy Fitzgerald, Vanessa Long, Michael Leydon Campbell, Mark Twogood, Joan McCrea, Shake Tukhmanyan, Richard Miranda, Monica Ramon, Michelle Clark,
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mark d (kr) wrote: Screened at the Un Certain Regard section at the 2013 Cannes Film Festival, as well as the 2013 Toronto International Film Festival, 2013 New York Film Festival, and the Masters section of the 2013 San Diego Asian Film Festival, the film has received wide acclaim for its riveting storytelling and unique cinematography. The film also won four awards including Best Picture and Best Actress at the 2014 Gawad Urian Awards.
David S (us) wrote: Just kind of egh, wasn't too into it but wasn't bad.
Nicki M (de) wrote: Liked, but didn't love this. I couldn't really warm to Emilie and her rather spiky personality at all. To be honest, I couldn't see what Jean saw in her. You could say the obvious (beauty) - but even that is not apparent here. That very short hair dyed a harsh black - not a good look at all (and Emilie is meant to be a hairdresser!). Also very blandly dressed. The only time I thought she looked nice was in her dress right at the end (obviously she is a pretty girl, so something is not right there!). The story itself is pretty good. Emilie receives an anonymous love letter from Jean and ends up sending it to her depressed mother, who has been in a slump for 4 years after her husband married a girl younger than Emilie. I don't know about anyone else, but I liked the mother, Maddy, way more than Emilie. I found myself hoping Jean would end up with her as they were both so sweet and Emilie was just - ugh! I think her character was just not written well enough. More explanation was needed to explain the bad behavior - for example, chopping the girls fringe off at the beginning of the movie. The father remarrying only explains so much. Overall worth a look, but don't expect too much.
Corey W (nl) wrote: From beginning to end, this one's more concerned with style than anything else.
Private U (jp) wrote: A reasonable film, but I would recommend watching The Jewel in the Crown.
Daniel G (ca) wrote: fell asleep during movie, just bad. only redeeming factor is the name.
Connie K (ag) wrote: The way it should be, honest
Marilee A (ag) wrote: Bravo to Brando for playing a Homosexual (Although Closeted & Married)Major before it was popular.Although it was subtle because of the confines in censorship of the times, it does a great job showing the Agony, Repression, & Conflicts that are still timely today.Elizabeth Taylor beautifully embodies the Has Been Socialite, Sex Depraved Wife of a Gay Army Major who must keep up appearances. She has her Horses, & a Lover, to fill the Void.They have a Love/Hate relationship, but when push comes to shove, they oddly care for one another.Robert Forster plays Pvt.Williams that goes from Stable boy, to Stalker of Leonora Penderton(Taylor), & likes to ride Bare Naked & Bare Back, which adds some spice & symbolism to the story.Sub~stories include Julie Harris as the Mentally Ill Wife of Taylors Lover,Col.Morris Langdon(Brian Keith), & her oddly inappropriate relationship with their Flamingly Gay House Boy.The Film is Sadly Poetic, with a very unsatisfying ending, but it stays with you.Brando & Taylor gave Oscar Worthy performances, not easily forgotten.Disturbingly Lovely in an Odd Way