Boogie Woogie

2009, Comedy/Drama, 1h 30m

24 Reviews 1,000+ Ratings

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Movie Info

A tycoon's crafty wife plays rival bidders against each other as a shady art dealer tries to obtain a valuable painting.

Cast & Crew

Gillian Anderson
Jean Maclestone
Heather Graham
Beth Freemantle
Danny Huston
Art Spindle
Jack Huston
Jo Richards
Christopher Lee
Alfred Rhinegold
Joanna Lumley
Alfreda Rhinegold
Simon McBurney
Rhinegold's Secretary
Stellan Skarsgård
Bob Maclestone
Danny Moynihan
Screenwriter
Christopher Figg
Executive Producer
Robert Whitehouse
Executive Producer
Matthew Hobbs
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Valentine Stockdale
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Matias Rojas
Executive Producer
Chris Hanley
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Charles Haswell
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Leonid Rozhetskin
Executive Producer
Katrine Boorman
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John Mathieson
Cinematography
Kant Pan
Film Editing
Janusz Podrazik
Original Music
Nigel Stone
Original Music
Claire Anderson
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Audience Reviews for Boogie Woogie

  • Jan 19, 2013
    Disposible comedy supposedly about the upper echelons of the art world aesthetic, where what everyone really wants is the most expensive painting, and maybe to sleep with the wife of whoever owns it, or her close friend, or her dog walker. It's like a oversimplification of joke: everything's lost. Needs remodeling.
    Kevin M. W Super Reviewer
  • Jul 30, 2011
    In "Boogie Woogie," Mrs. Rhinegold(Joanna Lumley) is trying to sell off their priceless art collection to pay mounting debts, even over her husband's(Christopher Lee) strenuous objections. Regardless, Art Spindle(Danny Huston, somehow more unctuous than usual) has a buyer in the persons of Jean(Gillian Anderson) and Bob Maclestone(Stellan Skarsgard), avid art collectors. In other news, Art's assistant Beth(Heather Graham) is looking to strike out on her own while shopping for a new pair of breasts. To its credit, "Boogie Woogie" does not take the low road with yet another facile send up of the art world. In fact, it has a couple of things to say about turning yourself into a work of art and the soullessness of selling art works. Sadly, that same lack of emotion spills over to the movie in general, making it a slow motion wreck where a surfeit of barely related characters collide into each other without creating any sparks. Even an excellent cast(Charlotte Rampling is around here somewhere) needs something to work with. Tomorrow, there will be a lesson on how to properly utilize an excellent cast in a movie, so take notes. There will be a quiz later.
    Walter M Super Reviewer
  • May 20, 2011
    Wow, talk about a movie with an incurable identity crisis. I have no idea what tone director Duncan Ward wanted to take, it seems he thought he'd try them all in case something stuck. Nothing did, unless 'fail' is a genre.
    Doctor S Super Reviewer
  • Mar 06, 2011
    Average. It started out very bad - over the top hammy acting, very unconvincing and just all round bad. Thankfully it does pick up a little, and it has a good cast including Amanda Seyfried, Heather Graham, Gillian Anderson and Alan Cumming. Can't say I loved it,and they could all do much better than this movie, but it was worth at least one watch. I think.... To be honest, I am not sure what they were trying to do with this. Was it meant to be funny or clever or maybe just titilating.
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