Dinner with Friends2001
Dinner with Friends (2001)
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Critic Reviews for Dinner with Friends
Jewison, Deakins and editor Ronald Sanders keep everything fluid, providing multiple camera angles on scenes that are physically still.
Still, there are some lines here that will make any married couple wince.
Astringently witty and ultimately heart shattering, ''Dinner With Friends'' is an expertly prepared gourmet feast in a world of TV dinners.
There are moments of interesting honesty, and the players get to enjoy some meaty roles - especially Quaid, nicely underplaying one of the least showiest roles he's had in years.
Audience Reviews for Dinner with Friends
Perhaps I am not enough of an intellectual, but I had difficulties with this movie. I find the discussion of what keeps a marriage fresh an interesting topic, but I did not find the behaviour of the four main characters useful as a learning exercise, nor super entertaining as entertainment.
Excellent script, performances, and concept, but despite all the deep emotions and intellectual rationalizations, I still found the story a little reductive. Normally I put no stock in how "likeable" a character is, but for realistic relationship dramas like this, I need to see what the lovers and friends see in each other. How do these people all wind up with happy endings?
Overdramatic and boring. Doesn't really bring anything new to relationship movies.
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