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In the Cut(2003)

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  • Superb, Thought-Provoking Film

    • Cheryl
    • 3/22/14

    Having read and enjoyed the novel, I was eager to see the film version - and loved it! The story is strong: it combines a pretty typical police procedural/serial killer plot with a fresh, atypical and magical mix of atmospheric, cinematographic and erotic elements. And the actors really shine: Meg Ryan - whose work I generally find too sugary sweet and "cute" - thoughtfully portrays the multi-faceted main character in a way that makes you want to learn all about her; Mark Ruffalo, a sexy and fascinating actor who's long been under-rated, does a great job as a cynical but sensitive police detective who talks both "cop speak" and the language of love most eloquently; Jennifer Jason Leigh movingly portrays a young woman whose sweetness and darkness come together perfectly to give us a portrait of a very real person; and the uncredited Kevin Bacon is perhaps too good as a very strange, very troubled medical student. Last but not least, the portrayal of my hometown, New York City, is the best I can recall seeing in a commercial film. I'm thoroughly at a loss to understand why the film received such poor reviews. Quentin Tarantino's brutally, gratuitously violent films get raves from critics, while this complex and multi-layered film - for my money, much more worthwhile as a result - gets panned. My advice is to see it and decide for yourself!

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