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I saw this back when, as my first Richard Gere movie. Besides Internal Affairs (where he played a corrupt cop) his movies thereafter seemed out of character (law-abiding, uptight). This is the real Richard Gere (a lowlife) which is why he plays it so well. His acting is spot-on as a charming sociopath. Valerie's acting is terrible and difficult to watch, but it's an entertaining movie for females, as sexy, manly bad boys are attractive to date. Men might not enjoy this movie. Fair amount of nudity.
Lots of fun; great visual direction.
Richard Gere is so full of energy
the movie itself could've used more momentum though
Valerie Kaprisky is really good too
not a great film but these two make it worthwhile
Not much more interesting than the original but at least it has some visual flare. I don't hate this like the french version, so that's something.
My logical mind doesn't get what Monica sees in Jesse, but love isn't usually logical.
All over the place with a pointless script.
Cheesy for the most part and very dated, but weirdly enjoyable.
Great story !!!!!!! Happy ending
remake of godard's classic new wave pic that misses the mark but really uses music well
Remake of Á Bout de souffle. Quality soundtrack and I actually creamed my togs when Valérie Kaprisky got the charlies out for the first time. Nice comic book references and even though I am a Richard Gere fan, he is terrible in this and knocks a star off the final rating. If Cage had of been in it , itwould have been the greatest film ever made.