The first movie Frank and Lindsay are watching on their separate TVs is "Scarlet Street" (1945) with Edward G. Robinson. See more »
Around the 1:20:21 mark, when the two are debating in bed, Frank finishes his glass of wine. A minute later this glass is filled again in a wide shot as Frank reaches for it and takes a sip. See more »
There are seven billion people in the world. So when one of them behaves badly toward you, he's actually doing you a great favor because he's saving you time. He's telling you that he's not worth your while. He's freeing you to say, "Thank you for the information. I will now move on to the 6,999,999,999 other people, some of whom may have some value."
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Watching unpleasant characters onscreen isn't always a fun thing to do, so casting Keanu Reeves and Winona Ryder is very smart. They're both charismatic. In their fourth film together, are clearly having a great chemistry, and they won me over. Ryder is a gifted actress, and Reeves, manages to turn his signature woodenness into comedy. And together? It's a powerful force. This story about two narcissistic, cynical characters could quickly have become irritating, but writer-director Victor Levin takes an interesting approach to nearly every scene and his dialogue is relentless. This film isn't the romantic comedy that audiences are hoping for but it's very entertaining and is a must movie theater destination. nikisreviews.gr
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