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Kinda slow seedy but interesting murder mystery. The issue is all the people involved are kinda scumbags so what is brought on to them they kinda deserve. Still an interesting movie.
The best romance movie ever made! With the best movie song ever sung: Call Me!
The innate beauty of this film - Los Angeles are her aesthetic best (and some of the cast) - save this castrated bland blandness. So much here, such a great idea but the execution is pretty poor and for a film based completely on sex, totally sexless.
Ugh. Is it even fair to rate a movie 38 years after its release, when it just seems so...dated. Richard Gere, who went on to become quite an actor, is dull and one-dimensional in this non-plot, non-written movie. The most interesting thing about this movie is the fact that LA had hardly any traffic in 1980. Well, and Blondie's hit song "call Me" This is 2 hours I cannot get back. Somone should do a remake, and get a better plot, better writing, better acting, better characters, etc. I tink in looking for a movie to watch I was actually Looking For Mr. Goodbar instead of this. Got the two confused.
excellent drama. Excellent soundtrack for all times.
Ok at best ,gere isnt very good and most of the movie looks like a music video with the music.
Ok movie with Richard gere.
This movie was before Gere learned how to act
boring as shit. nothing happens
Though this film has plenty of flaws it is held together thanks to a great performance by Richard Gere, slick production, solid camerawork, a great score by Giorgio Moroder (with a great song by Blondie) and an entertaining enough plot however the final act feels rushed, the rest of the cast is pretty average and the script doesn't really engage.