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Closer - what a brilliantly entertaining film

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Cam Sat 15-Jan-05 20:37:50

Anyone else seen it? Great acting, even from the woman who cannot really act.

hoxtonchick Sat 15-Jan-05 20:39:36

oh i really want to see this. saw the play when it came out though i can't remember it... dp has turned his nose up so i'm going with a friend soon. who can't act?

lowcalCOD Sat 15-Jan-05 20:40:26

very bad reviews arent there
but is whats his face gorge _ not jude girl pants law , clive owne?

Cam Sat 15-Jan-05 21:00:38

Can't act: Julia Roberts
Too pervy in this to be gorge: Clive Owen

Oh do go and see it, you won't regret it even if you hate it (that will only make sense if you go to see it!)

I went to see it with a girlfriend so we could freely laugh (and parts of it are hysterical).When I told dh about it I said shades of "Whose Afraid of Virginia Wolf?" and then my dh told me its by the same director.

Moomina Sat 15-Jan-05 21:01:33

ohhh, i tried to go and see this today. bugger.

lowcalCOD Sat 15-Jan-05 21:02:05

oh i love laughing through naffo films

Heathcliffscathy Sat 15-Jan-05 21:02:13

i saw the play at the national....was brilliant...really want to see the film

lowcalCOD Sat 15-Jan-05 21:03:52

hark at culture vulture!
hows yer baby s?

Cam Sat 15-Jan-05 21:05:54

Oh its far from naff, its quite heavy in parts and quite uncomfortable in parts and completely watchable all through. You hang on every word. I can't say anymore now until you've all seen it as I don't want to spoil it for you.

lowcalCOD Sat 15-Jan-05 21:08:26

ooooh cam
you make it soudn quite interesting

Cam Mon 17-Jan-05 12:39:41

Go and see it cod you know you want to (or has it not reached Salisbury yet?)

fairyfly Mon 17-Jan-05 12:43:02

ahem Jude Law, girl pants? I think not, girth pants maybe

ks Mon 17-Jan-05 12:44:04

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Davros Mon 17-Jan-05 13:16:38

DH refuses to see this as he says too heavy and cold. He wants to see Clint Eastwood's film about the girl boxer which I refuse to see.
It'll have to be Meet The Fokkers then...!

lowcalCOD Mon 17-Jan-05 13:17:27

cam! cheeky mare!

littlemissbossy Mon 17-Jan-05 13:19:04

PMSL ks

suzywong Mon 17-Jan-05 13:19:22

I saw the play too, it was gripping, does it do the play justice?

strawberry Mon 17-Jan-05 13:47:34

Hmmm difference of opinion here. Thought it was pants. Clive Owen was the best in it by a long shot and Julia Roberts was true to form for me (ie: wooden). No chemistry between any of the actors - not good in a 'love' story.

MrsDoolittle Mon 17-Jan-05 13:52:03

I was wondering about going to see this tonight. What kind of genre is it? Dh is an awful intellectual and sometimes I find stuff he enjoys too slowwwwwww

Beetroot Mon 17-Jan-05 13:53:05

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suzywong Mon 17-Jan-05 13:54:33

ooo did you beety? In 98 wasn't it? Frances do dah was wonderfu

Beetroot Mon 17-Jan-05 15:19:15

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Cam Tue 18-Jan-05 16:32:08

Davros, I think your dh may change his mind when he sees Natalie Portman in a g-string.
Strawberry, I think its more of a "power" story.

Davros Tue 18-Jan-05 22:53:22

Ha! Today he said he hadn't refused, but he had..... He's put me off it now though, does sound rather serious.

Cam Wed 19-Jan-05 13:41:35

No, it's very funny as well

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