The Suspect

The Suspect

In 1902 London, unhappily married Philip Marshall meets young Mary Gray, who is unemployed and depressed. Their deepening friendship, though physically innocent, is discovered by Philip's wife who threatens him with exposure and scandal, driving him to kill her. Thereafter, fortune seems to smile on Philip Marshall; but does fate have a surprise in store?

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Thomas W (gb) wrote: Daniel (Wes Bentley - American Beauty) is an artist whose career has never really taken off and whose marriage is beginning to suffer as a result of this constant failure. He has had numerous gallery showings to no avail and his friend Eric (Corey Stoll - Midnight in Paris) has even bent over backwards to keep his struggling friend's work -- that won't sell -- in his gallery in hopes that he'll one day catch a break. When he sells one piece to a reclusive millionaire (Frank Langella - Robot & Frank), Daniel hopes this will lead to some profitable commissions that'll turn his career and marriage around. Daniel instead finds himself being sent on odd photography assignments around the city taking pictures of little children on playgrounds. Daniel isn't sure what to make of his new "work" and is even more unsure of what to make of old man Warner (Langella). The film is pretentiously arty -- are there any other kids about "struggling" artists?! -- and neither the artist nor the old man is someone you want to root for. I found them both to be rather insufferable as they are both the type of person who want those around them -- including the audience I guess -- to be as miserable as they are. The Time Being wants to be serious and high-brow and it believes its lingering shots of paintbrushes being cleaned in water is somehow profound. None of this is profound -- it is glib and self-important, the worst kind of art imaginable.

Matt R (es) wrote: I really hope that wasn't the last one (as some people have said), I hope Tom Selleck finds time inbetween his new TV show "Blue Bloods" to revisit Paradise, even just once...

Antoni G (mx) wrote: This movie overall is great fun simply put it at that. Not to mention the Karaoke scene with Beastboy is truly the most hilarious moment in this movie. I knocked it down a bit because even though the animation is great, the characters are awesome as always and the music is listenable, it didn't fully conclude the Teen Titans and it only confirmed that Robin and Starfire became a couple.

Chiek E (ca) wrote: Face of an Angel. Cynthia Nixon and Michael Angarano combination is a definite tear jerker for me.

Lee M (es) wrote: Moments of this film reminded me of Alexander Payne's great library of male dysfunction -- "Election," "About Schmidt," "Sideways" -- not because King of the Corner actually reaches Payne's plane, but because I wish it had tried.

Taylor N (ag) wrote: Really enjoyed this. Inarritu is a creative director. Can't wait for The Revenant.

Oliver T (gb) wrote: What could have been hilarious, is this instead, but it's enjoyable enough.

Russell S (au) wrote: One of the most misunderstood, underrated action comedy's ever. Highly inventive, with some truly great gags and fun poking at the Hollywood movie making machine.A movie that requires watching at least a couple of times to properly appreciate. I still don't get the whole cartoon cat thing but that is only momentary and does little to detract from what is otherwise a great entertaining film.

John C (au) wrote: Starts off slow, but after a while, I found myself caring very deeply about this aging professor and his legacy. A wonderful farewell by Kurosawa.

Daniel D (nl) wrote: The first 2 are better in my opinion, but this one is still sweet.

Skyler B (mx) wrote: Might be my favorite John Wayne film, but is for sure my favorite poster for any one of his movies!