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Reviewed in the United States on November 22, 2019
We have seen this film a number of times, and the excellence of its acting, story and production values have not lost their luster over these many years. This film seems to have been made at a time when Allen's dramatic films were at their creative peak. For those who have not seen the film, please be advised that this is by no means a comedy. The London-area photography is wonderful. Highly recommended!
Reviewed in the United States on November 26, 2019
What a ridiculous pile of feces masquerading as a film. I know I should have known better, after all it is a Woody Allen movie. The only one of his pictures I've ever liked was Radio Days. Still I have loved the work of several actors in this and was taken in by the trailer. I hated the ending. I can't think of one redeeming quality of these worthless characters. And serious spoiler alert -- the piece of garbage murderer gets off scot free! On the possibility that it was truly ruined for you, I feel I've saved someone wasting two hours of their lives. And don't feel that repentant. And after all I warned you.
Reviewed in the United States on February 24, 2016
Twists and turns abound in this sexy tale of lovers, affairs, and murder. With Jonathan Rhys Meyers and ScarJo offering plenty of eye candy, the script itself grips the viewer throughout and makes them question everything from life choices to harsh realities.
I've seen this at least half a dozen times since its release and I still enjoy and am oft tortured by how quickly someone you know can become a stranger. How one decision can change your life forever. For me, the feelings are regret and relief. Anyone who's been in a bad relationship or one where trust has been an issue will enjoy this film.
Chris has gone from a poor lad in Ireland to having a bevy of opportunities in London. Hard work, being good with people, and being fast on his feet is partly responsible, but the theme from beginning to the very end of the movie is about acknowledging that luck accounts for the most significant part in getting a good outcome. As a tennis player, Chris was successful, an almost top seed, but never quite made it to the top placement. He had needed a bit more luck. As a tennis player, if your ball bounces on the top of the net, you pray for luck to be on your side and for it to go forward and over the net rather than back to you on your side. Chris had more than his fair share of balls bounce back to his side and life owed him a bit of good luck. You'll have to see the movie to see whether he gets that luck later in life.
Loved this movie. I've seen it a million times and can still watch it again as if it's my first time …
Only thing I will say is Scarlette Johannsen character got so annoying.. once she became pregnant she got extremely annoying, possessive, clingy and over the top. Kinda glad she got offed. She knew she was a side chick. She shoulda just played her position.
Love this movie. Good acting, good story. Woody Allen is in good form for this one as he moves the story along with intelligence and clever directing. The cast is in top form. This film is in keeping with Cassandra's Dream (another good Woody film that tinkers with the dark side). If you like movies with a darker edge to them, try MatchPoint.
This movie was going sooo good for me until he killed her like dog. I can't even believe he tuned into a hitman in like 2.5 seconds.....like wow. Is it so bad that I actually wanted them to be together, even tho he was married?!?
Reviewed in the United States on December 11, 2019
I started this movie thinking it was a tennis movie, then realized they meant ‘matchpoint’ in a metaphorical kind of way. The main male character played by Jonathan Rhys Meyers is oddly warming and the movie has a satisfying ending.