Peter Kenna's The Good Wife

Peter Kenna's The Good Wife

In pre-WWII Australia, a love triangle develops between a man, his wife and the man's brother.

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Justin B (br) wrote: A lazy remake disguised as a sequel. I love the original for its unique approach and slow burning suspense; this long delayed sequel opts for jump scares around every corner and choppy incoherent editing. They hardly make the effort to even add anything to the story leading to the major question I have; why even bother? I've seen some pretty bad found footage movies recently but the fact that this had so much riding on it makes it one of the worst. One of the biggest disappointments in a long time.

Rudy G (it) wrote: Really enjoyed this film. All the actors did a great job and the story had me guessing at each step, film was very well made. Mysterious, suspenseful and overall a very good movie.

Rodrigo D (gb) wrote: I'm speechless! this a fucking great drama. Perfect cast, I wasn't expect less from Mark, Jenny or Joaquin.

david s (ca) wrote: ma break-up manual..lol

Nick O (mx) wrote: "He's playing God!"Woody Allen seems like the sort of guy who's easily flustered. Huge claim, I know. But his nebbishy demeanor and all-night study-cram verbal temperament strikes me as someone who'd rather step in from the sidelines and do something for you rather than stand idly by and softly mutter to himself. "Mighty Aphrodite" is the first film in Allen's dense creative career which seems to have been at least partially inspired by the breaking of the infamous 1992 scandal surrounding the then-56-year-old's romantic entanglement with a woman more than thirty years his junior. Top it all off with the fact Allen's modern-set script for "Aphrodite" was vaguely drawn from the Greek myth of Pygmalion -- a sculptor who fell in love with a statue he'd chiseled -- complete with an onscreen chorus (led by F. Murray Abraham), and you can imagine the field day critics who often peg Allen's worldview as "condescending" could have with his 1995 Oscar-winning romp.They aren't exactly wrong, at least in the case of "Mighty Aphrodite", anyway. Allen goes for gold in riffing on culture and class warfare. "Aphrodite" would hardly be a blip if not for her, but the quarter-way appearance of Mira Sorvino, daughter of "Goodfellas" actor Paul, in a breakout role, certainly helps. As the biological mother of the recently adopted son of Lenny (Allen) and Amanda (Helena Bonham Carter) Weinrib, whom Lenny is hellbent on seeking out, Sorvino's Linda Ash -- a porn star, prostitute, and aspiring Broadway actress -- is busty, funny, obliviously tone-deaf and simple, a timid and tender soul almost aside herself in the bombshell body of a grown-up would-be sex symbol. A different approach to the character might have been hammy and loud, but Sorvino -- New York-born and Harvard-bred, with a tall, dirty-blonde, wispily pretty poise -- plays Linda without ever playing her up or over. That's Allen's job, and it's part of "Aphrodite's" shortcomings at not being the quote-unquote "great" movie it could have been.Where works like "Annie Hall", "Manhattan" and "Crimes and Misdemeanors" feel like high points of a certain mid to late-'70s into '80s era of rambling Woody Allen muse -- and even more recent films such as "Midnight in Paris" and "Blue Jasmine" feel like dazzling singular entities unto themselves -- "Mighty Aphrodite" is of the time nearing the turn of the century where Allen wasn't necessarily taking a sharp turn in terms of style, but was becoming far more generous and whimsical with his stamp. While it can register as light as a feather and too haphazardly off-the-cuff, "Aphrodite" is also clever, thoroughly engaging, and features a best-ever performance from Sorvino. It's Allen's humble gaze that's only intermittently mighty. (78/100)

Chris F (ca) wrote: earlier coming out story great acting Film is dated however and holds very true. Heartfelt

Daniel M (fr) wrote: I don't understand the negativity of these reviews. Doctor Dolittle is tremendously fun and whimsical.

Jennifer S (ru) wrote: what a sad ending :(

Don W (au) wrote: Kill your Friends is kind of a late 90's version of American Psycho with the late 90's britpop soundtrack to go along with it. The soundtrack is awesome - maybe the best in years - but the rest of the movie is dark, violent, and not as funny as billed.