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The Great Gatsby

In this "adaptation" of the F. Scott Fitzgerald novel, a Jazz Age bootlegger learns the hard way about the wages of sin.

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Users reviews

Brady S (de)

Yet another fun action movie from him. Harrison Ford is at it again

Emmanuel B (br)

A must-see. And a very realistic view on what Hollywood has become. Some delightful moments. Excellent conversation between Brian de Palma and Noah Baumbach, coming back on De Palma's entire career

Guido S (jp)

Not nearly as fun as the original. Otherwise, he looks normal. It felt more like a romantic comedy for the majority of the film except for the beginning and end where he actually acts and looks like santa clause. This just didn't work. To keep the South Pole running, he basically makes a clone of himself who turns into a dicator. So he seeks out to find a wife. Santa is back and has to marry in order to maintain his persona

Ian T (fr)

Susan Tyrell is great in this. Well written though but kind of meanders around

Phillip D (fr)

Also fascinating to see a very young Mary-Louise Parker and Dermont Mulroney. Worth seeing as the first feature film to address AIDS

PieterJan V (ag)

I can't believe this film is affiliated with HBO. One of the dullest films I've seen in quite a while

Stuart K (ru)

Playwright Bogosain puts in a brilliantly obnoxious performance, and it shows that in the loneliness of a radio studio, it's true what they say, it's lonely at the top. It's a dark chamber piece, and Stone dials it back a tad for this film, but it has a raw, powerful energy. His rise to fame starts to alienate him from his friends, family and work colleagues, and it drives Barry to insanity. Because Barry has been sent death threats and even suspect packages in the post. It's the moment Barry has been waiting for, but the good news couldn't have come at a worst time. Despite misgivings, his boss Dan (Alec Baldwin), announces that Barry's show is to go nationwide across America. Jewish radio personality Barry Champlain (Bogosain) hosts a provocative and controversial phone-in radio show, Barry has a knack for talking down to radio listeners and having quite extreme liberal views. In Dallas, Texas. It's an underrated film by Stone, but it has a brilliant lead performance and it shows the dangers of fame and members of the public. Between making Wall Street (1987) and Born on the Fourth of July (1989), Oliver Stone made this drama, adapted from the play by Eric Bogosian and Tad Savinar, which in turn was adapted from the book Talked to Death: The Life and Murder of Alan Berg by Stephen Singular

teresa t (kr)

this was an exciting presentation of life AFTER the end