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pretty average biofraphy movie...explains what she did andx how it happened to her...learned about abuse by husband Traynor.....Seyfried did an ok to above average job as Lovelace....a sad story about a person who started a 'trend'......
One of the best true-story movies I've seen, but I'm also a sucker for true stories. Amanda Seyfried plays her role extremely well.
Everything was fine for this short biopic except Amanda Seyfried. Nothing against her acting ability , she is very good actress in other movies but really she looks nothing like Linda Lovelace. Because she doesn't look like it I could buy into the movie. I think they should have gone for Brie Larson. She looks much more like her. As for the movie itself, era was really well and the Peter guy who played her husband played it really well. He is a great actor. Everything else was fine if not overly absorbing.
Amazing movie but very scarring.
it's no Boogie Nights.
Interesting movie based on life of the adult film actress Linda Lovelace and the controversy surrounding her film "Deep Throat." It outlines how she got into the business and how she was badly mistreated behind the scenes. I found this movie very nostalgic because it takes place during the early 1970s which is when I was in high school, the music, clothing styles and cars hearken back to those days.
I did not know that Lovelace's story, especially her involvement with the classic porn film Deep Throat, was such a tragic story of naivety and abuse. Seyfriend entirely disappears behind her wig and make up here, giving a pretty damn convincing performance. The writing and direction could have been a little more stringent, though, making it a somewhat uneven movie. People hoping for big sex scenes will not get much out of it either.
It is good movie to watch
Can you say made-for-tv? Took it out after 20 mins.
Lovelace captured how cruel and selfish the porn industry can be, and I liked Seyfried's performance, but as a whole it felt a little underwhelming.