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I May Destroy You
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The script doesn't work because of its one sided narrative.
it doesnt sound like the sort of thing i would like, but i did like it
The best romance movie ever made!
Mike Nichols's daring, defiant, and unquestionably provocative follow-up to "Catch-22" is as frustrating as it is frank. "Carnal Knowledge" may not necessarily have the pace or panache as other efforts from the director's oeuvre, but with the philosophical spine that the film possesses, there's enough here to keep you in your seat. It's an interesting study of the kinds of people -- specifically men -- who are destined for an eternity of failed relationships and why they are the way they are. From the objectification of the opposite sex, to morally basic interpretations of gender roles, this movie kind of covers all of the main pitfalls of masculinity -- and not in a finger-wagging sort of way. Is it entirely enjoyable? Not really. But I was, for the most part, there for the whole film.
must be in school program. disillusion of "relations"
And-Margaret in her best screen performance. Rita Moreno in a stand out cameo.
This film is heavier than one may think. It goes all the way from the humorous exchange of the discussion of sex, to the consequences of completely putting one's sexual idealisation into action.
Little film showing the progression of sexual desire over decades following two sad guys. Beautiful girls, but the film mostly sucks except for hilarious bouts. That film is so past millenium. meh.
Active camera, writing the themes with movement and performance. Idiosyncratic portrayals of absurd, contradictory characters. The ending feels a bit rushed. Some big piece is missing here. Top notch Nicholson. Garfunkel is tremendous in this and Bad Timing. Eerie foreshadowing when Jack says "Heeere's Bobby" late in the film.