Getting Played

Getting Played

Three beautiful women decide, on a bet, to select and seduce a total stranger.

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Lu Y (br) wrote: In Back to 1942 the audience follows the protagonists on a flet for survival. The result is a failed attempt to escape the hardships brought about by natural disaster, war, corruption, cruelty, fear and the dimise of hope. By bombarding the audience with a chain of horrific events the audience's emotional responses becomes numb near the end of the movie. This brilliantly reflects how people who witness exceeding amounts of surreal atrocity in the context of war become numb emotionally and adopt an attitude of indifference. The movie is indeed not uplifting. It may be upsetting to fans of hollywood movies that there is no happy ending or soul/spiritual victory for the main characters, but what this movie portrays reflect reality more closely. The movie is not meant to be uplifting but rather to show what true hopelessness is like.

Anh H (gb) wrote: This is so hard to watch, because it's disturbingly real. It's been a while since the last time I watched a decent non-narrated, character driven movie. It's nice not to hear a character's thoughts explaining every scene, but instead figure it out on your own. Making it more personal and easier to relate.

Phillip D (us) wrote: Utterly bizarre but completely enthralling.

Jayakrishnan R (es) wrote: 85%Watched this on 17/6/16A deeply disturbing film that observes violence and its nature, not the Jew holocaust in specific. Directed with flair from Bryan Singer and containing one of the best performances from actor Ian McKellen, in a role that suits him better than the Gandolfs or Mangnitos that he play and equally unnerving is the young actor Brad Renfro. The film's plot is unpredictable as a film of this nature can go anywhere.

Luke R (nl) wrote: Pretty great one. Approaches cartoonish abstraction throughout, to great effect.

Elia D (it) wrote: Jimmy Stewart's singing wasn't as bad as I'd figured it would be. Eleanor Powell, though an amazing dancer, kinda sucked at acting. I liked Una Merkel in this one though. Overall a pretty cute musical.