Ralph Breaks the Internet
Mission: Impossible - Fallout
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It's the sort of movie where all of the characters and plot moves (if one wants to call them that) are tailored to the thriller mechanics and have no existence apart from their crude functionality.
Roberts is terrific in a layered part. Anderson brings an edge to the nice-guy-next-door role, and the dark, dashing Bergin is chillingly twisted.
Julia Roberts, a beauty who can also act, is one of the best things in recent movies. By my count she hasn't made a really good movie yet.
A relentlessly formulaic look at the downside of sexual obsession.
No one in this movie can be accused of doing his best.
Linda Fiorentino... gives a wisecracking, ball-breaking, riveting performance in John Dahl's The Last Seduction
Spousal-abuse thriller has violence and language.
...ultimately undone by a relentless emphasis on obvious and downright laughable elements that'll surely leave even the most ingenuous viewer sporadically rolling their eyes.
Sleeping With the Enemy teeters constantly on the verge of silliness but director Joseph Ruben keeps the cornball melodrama scaled down to a pleasant lull.
a testament to Roberts' early star power and little else.
Moral: Never marry anyone who finds 'Symphony Fantastique' erotic.
One of the first thrillers I saw at the cinema. Julia is brilliant. She stages her own death to get away from her abusive husband but he realises and comes looking for her.
Really really scary. It's sad how things like this actually happen and the plot was really carefully thought about and written well. Julia Roberts was astounding and I had nothing but empathy for her character. Found myself screaming at the T.V and rooting for her. It's a definite must see!
What happens when a beautiful young woman finds and marries her Prince Charming and he turns out to be a psychotic monster.. The movie, a desperate-to-be-Hitchcockian, thriller, casts, (Julia Roberts) as Laura Burney, whose husband, the suave Martin, (Patrick Bergin), is actually a vicious, crazy, wife-beating slug!!!!
Not a bad 90?s Thriller, despite my dislike of Julia Roberts in many films. Perhaps not as graphic as such films have now become, but it did portray the fear of control pushed upon the main character and the unstoppable, possessive, aggressive abuser. Maybe a bit too Hollywood in it?s rose ? tinted ending, but an enjoyable film even so.
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