Ralph Breaks the Internet
Mission: Impossible - Fallout
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All Critics (31)
| Top Critics (8)
| Fresh (10)
| Rotten (21)
| DVD (2)
The acting hits all the right notes, especially Wesley Snipes as a married man drawn into a fling with a stranger (Nastassja Kinski) and Robert Downey Jr. in a stripped-down portrait of a gay man dying of AIDS.
Showcases one of Figgis' primary strengths: his gift for drawing superb performances from actors.
Figgis most adroitly keys in on the delicacy and tentativeness of his main couple's interactions, most of them non-verbal, and how they accumulate into an attraction that neither can ignore-not that they want to.
A memorable motion picture with four fiery performances
Boring adultery drama, but nice Ming-na nude scene.
Winds up being a stylish soap opera more 'lit' than enlightening.
Three of the most obnoxious people ever born...all in one movie!
After a promising start, this look at adultery loses its way--and, in the end, anything resembling a point.
The performances are all fine; it's the writer, composer, and director -- Mike Figgis all -- that spoil the show.
Without Wesley Snipes this movie would have failed. Interesting turn of events bring two married cheaters together in a complete twist of events throughout the movie. A Chick flick but still worth 3 stars
I like it...
This Wesley Snipes' drama movie is good, but rather bogus reationalization of the main characters' actions takes the bite out of a seductively photographed story aobut infidelity, friendship, and terminal illness.
Not as good as it thinks it is.
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