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Plot: A journalist goes undercover to ferret out businessman Harrison Hill as her childhood friend's killer. Posing as one of his temps, she enters into a game of online cat-and-mouse. Runtime: 109 mins Release Date: 13 Apr 2007
This movie was outstanding and one of the better movies I have seen in a while. It was a refreshing thriller which kept you guessing until the very end. The acting by everyone in the movie was great. Throughout the entire movie I was trying to figure out if Harrison Hill was the bad guy or if it was Miles or the wife. It was so unexpected that Ro was the killer. The end is what tied the whole movie together and I do not understand why so many people hated this ending. All of the twists kept the movie from never getting boring. I also liked the fact that everyone in the movie had both a kind <more>
side and a dark side to their personality. This movie was one of the best this year, so I obviously recommend this movie.
My husband and I enjoyed this tremendously. Contrary to most of the negative posts of which we have read only a very few! this is a great who-done-it. We read comments about not being able to figure it out and that it isn't fair. Well tell that to Agatha Christie and Alfred Hitchcock! If you look back to many of the things shown in the movie it will all be supported by the end--what more could you ask? We enjoyed the performances of everyone in the movie and have liked them all in the movies we have seen. We watch to be entertained and if a movie will make us guess and guess and, in the <more>
end, give us a Wow, then we are very pleased.Back to the comment that too many 'could have done it'-think about Murder on the Orient Express and each person, once examined, was thought to be the guilty party. This is not a new angle but a tried and true one.We also prefer to watch a movie before reading about it as we have found that only in a few cases are the comments or critics in agreement with us. If a movie looks good to us, it has to be really bad to be a waste of time. This movie was time well spent.
I gave this film ten because of the unusually bad reviews. I agree with 'the poppuns' on this.The film is really worth about 7/10 with some decent acting and a twisting plot, which possibly twists a little too much near the end, but what the heck... Ms Berry is incredibly beautiful and perhaps some of you were disappointed not to see a little more flesh...hmmm? The characters are credible, the give aways are there to be seen for those who want...just consider the way Berry changes her reactions to other people as she moves from one scene/relationship to another. That isn't bad <more>
acting, my dears, that was supposed to demonstrate her state of mind. It comes across as clear as day...The ending is fine, but so many creeps..? Well, perhaps it's the internet creeps who are giving all the bad reviews.
Perfect Stranger, is a very nice movie and it has to be more than 4.9/10. the role of Halle Berry was very nice indeed, she acted very well, and this film was the best film she'd ever act. Her Role in this movie was excellent she played a nice role, and she acted in an efficient way, she knew how to play her role it was full of sentiment and emotions and especially appearance, her appearance helped her in this movie, in order for seducing. Bruce will too knew how to play his role, ad same thing as Giovanni Ribisi he was perfect too . Sum of all, this movie deserves more than the average, <more>
it deserves more than 4.9/10.This film has to enter the top 10 movies, cause we can deduce that this film wasn't so easy to make, the director is very creative.
I actually enjoyed this movie.. i didn't want to watch it at first because of all the bad reviews but i have no idea why people are bashing it so much.. the movie keeps you guessing like crazy and i keep hearing people talking about how offensive it is.. i have seen way worse movies when it comes to swearing and "sex" scenes and people have given these movies very high ratings. People that are saying this is an offensive movie need to get off their high horse.. reality is movies are like this now get over it and quit being so sensitive.. man.. I enjoyed this movie and i would <more>
say people should rent it.. if you are very easily offended by swearing and a few scenes here and there that are a little graphic then don't watch it.. the movie is rated "R" for a reason.. so no kids will be watching it unless parents allow them..
I really liked this movie. I was very surprised. I liked the fact that you couldn't really figure out who was who and who did what. And no one has said that you have to be able to figure what the clues mean. Where are such rules written? But although I don't think it has to be clear to the audience who was the murder, there was some clues. We knew there was something strange going on in Ro's past. Something that had to mean something. And as we saw in the end. It did. So I don't agree with the first comment about the movie. I definitely don't understand people's <more>
criticism. I highly recommend anyone who likes psychological thrillers to go see this movie! No there aren't that much violence but it is really exciting anyway.
I've read all the negative comments and I'm starting to think someone who hates Halle Berry has created multiple accounts. I hadn't intended on seeing it, I just felt like going to the movies this afternoon. The movie I wanted to see didn't start until later so I said 'what the heck, I'll give it a try'. This movie was a pleasant surprise for me.I called it noir-ish because that's the feeling I got from it. And I have to say that sitting in the theater I thought, 'Gee, it's nice to see a movie with two real live movies stars in it.' You get all <more>
kinds of weird combinations these days with stars and starlets and rap artists that it's no wonder that most movies are awful.In this case you have a story about a woman played by Halle Berry who is an investigative reporter for a major newspaper. She has a great story that her paper decides to not use. In anger, she quits, and at the same time a maybe even more important story, involving an advertising giant played by Bruce Willis, falls in her lap. So the movie is about her trying to get to the bottom of this story along with the help of her friend/colleague, played by Giovanni Ribisi. Now I'm purposely not including any spoilers because I personally like to know as little as possible going into a film.I think a good number of people who like movies like The Usual Suspects or Lucky Number Slevin will like something like this. Now where I think we can really tell is if you also saw and didn't hate the Black Dahlia. A lot of people didn't like it. I loved it. But being very specific there were people who didn't like it because they felt the ending was too quick and that there was no way you could have figured it out with the information at hand until the movie explained it for you at the end. I disagree but those people may have a problem with this. Anyone who wants to figure mysteries out before the end and doesn't want to go along for the ride may have the age old complaint of "how are we supposed to figure it out if they only told you insert important plot point at the end?" I'm not one of those people. I like to go along for the ride. That being said, I do think there is enough info that if you really want to guess at the ending you could do it.The acting was great. I'm not that big on Halle Berry but she did the best job I've seen her do in a while. Bruce is becoming someone I definitely trust with my money. And, imo, it's Giovanni Ribisi who stole the show here. He's getting better all the time.This movie is for adults, not that it's too much for a teenager to handle. I just don't really think it's something your average teen would be interested in. And it's an R for a couple of reasons. So I'm going to recommend it for older mystery and/or noir fans who don't mind not being able to figure out the ending.
THE perfect reason why CRITICS are useless. What do they want? (by jessie-39)
We start all of our reviews with the following information. My wife and I have seen nearly 100 movies per year for the past 15 years. Recently, we were honored by receiving lifetime movie passes to any movie any time at no cost! So we can see whatever we want whenever we want. The point of this is that CRITICS count for ZERO. Your local critics or the national critics like Ebert are really no different than you or me. The only difference is that they get to write about the movie and are forced to see hundreds of movies whether they want to or not.Therefore, it is our belief that if you get <more>
your monies worth for two hours of enjoyment that is good enough for us! We NEVER EVER listen or read the critics. We only care about our friends and those who we know like the same things as us. Well enough about that.This movie is the exact reason why Critics are useless. We do not care about critics, we only care about our own views and those of REAL people that we can trust.What more could you want from a movie then this one. It was simply great. I will bet that not anyone out there saw through the ending as it unfolded. Halle Berry and Bruce Willis were wonderful and we got our monies worth with two hours of entertainment.Too hell with the critics. Don't miss it. It is quite enjoyable.
If you enjoy drama and intensity you will love to watch this talented young lady portray a twisted professional in New York City.Often this type of movie suffers from a withdrawn alter-ego facsimile that crunches the essence of plurality. Unlike older movies in the genre Perfect Strangers takes the viewer into the morbid underbelly of America with no apologies or explanations other than the story unfolds.Let yourself and your family relax to this montage of unique characters expertly driven by secret motives and needs.Warning this movie is too much for most viewers because it requires <more>