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Can You Ever Forgive Me? is a movie starring Melissa McCarthy, Richard E. Grant, and Dolly Wells. When Lee Israel falls out of step with current tastes, she turns her art form to deception.

Genres
Biography, Comedy, Crime, Drama
Director
Marielle Heller
Starring
Dolly Wells, Ben Falcone, Melissa McCarthy, Richard E. Grant

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Product details

Genres Biography, Comedy, Crime, Drama
Director Marielle Heller
Writer Jeff Whitty, Nicole Holofcener
Stars Dolly Wells, Ben Falcone, Melissa McCarthy, Richard E. Grant
Country USA
Also Known As ある女流作家の罪と罰, ¿Podrás perdonarme?, Poderia Me Perdoar?, Beni Affedebilir misin?, Pourras-tu me pardonner un jour?, Megbocsátasz valaha?, Можете ли ми икад опростити, Copia originale, ¿Podrás perdonarme algún día?, Czy mi kiedyś wybaczysz?, 她的偽造遊戲, Les faussaires de Manhattan, Voitko ikinä antaa anteeksi?, Θα μπορούσες ποτέ να με συγχωρέσεις;, Ha'im Ay Pa'am Tislekhi Li?, Memórias de uma Falsificadora Literária
Runtime 1 h 46 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description When Lee Israel falls out of step with current tastes, she turns her art form to deception.

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Thursday, 25 Jun 2020 19:19

Michael Caton's VOD 'The Will to Fight' won him a Golden Globe. Sadly, this was the beginning of a much bigger career for the man. The Man With One Red Shoe won him a Tony Award. His next feature film was the comedy 'The Normal Heart'. His second 'Dirty' film was 'The Violent Heart'. Now, having never directed a feature film before, he proves that he is a great story teller with this film. This is the first feature film I have seen from actor Matt Dillon. His character is a black man who has been beaten up by two cops and lives in a ghetto. In order to get some money, he starts a fight club with the other members. While working with this club, he meets a wealthy owner (Tony Shalhoub) who gets his old friend (Terence Howard) to loan him $10,000.00. The owner is going to get him to pay off his debt. So Dillon goes to his high school to pay off the debt. Dillon, since he has never had a job, needs $40,000.00 in order to pay off the debt. He agrees to the loan but he owes $20,000.00. Dillon asks to borrow the money from his friend. The friend says no. Dillon is going to have to borrow it from the owner's son (Nathan Lee). So Dillon goes back to the high school to repay the debt. He also begins a relationship with the high school janitor (Tom Wopat). The film is very light hearted. The characters are not very sympathetic and are pretty much likeable. The only character that I really hated was Dillon's friend who was drunk. He also kept on insulting Dillon. Even though the film has a very light tone, it is still very interesting and enjoyable. The actors are very good in their roles. Matt Dillon does an excellent job as Dillon. He has a very good sense of humour. He was very funny in his roles. Nathan Lee and Tom Wopat also have good characters. The other actors, especially Ving Rhames, all do a great job. The film is directed by Michael Caton. He has directed two other films - 'The Normal Heart' and 'Dirty Little Secret'. You can tell that the director was really enjoying what he was doing. He was also a great story teller. Overall, the film was very entertaining and I would recommend this film to everyone.
Saturday, 18 Apr 2020 05:40

We are all familiar with the five Wives trope: a woman in control of her life and husband who feels the need to help her. These days, however, I found this title is almost hilarious in how it portrays the phenomenon, if not exactly how it was used in the movie. As this is based on a true story, I'll just mention the major points and leave it to you to find the rest yourself. The lead actress is portrayed as a 24 year old waitress who's been surrounded by the 'Wives'. In this case, her boss is a common figure: a bald, shirtless, unattractive, silent man who's mannered every step of the way. From her first day as a waitress, the waitress and her boss have had their differences. She is a carefree girl who gets bored with the routine and wants to have a lot of fun, but the boss is much more serious and orderly. The waitress feels she's been cheated by the boss and wants to end her term in the company. Her next big victory will be the only one that she's known and been used to. After leaving her job, she starts up a blog, her success only adds fuel to the flames of resentment. The boss is a widower who has a penchant for old-time bartending. His wife wants to be a dancer, but he prefers the quiet routine of making drinks and watching the game on TV. The one thing that was consistent was his adherence to his wife's style of drinking. He always sat at a table and poured himself a beer. He was a perfect host and the ladies adored him. His wife always wants to be with him when he goes out, and that puts a strain on their marriage. The entire point of the movie was to show the agony of a situation where a woman's happiness could be forever lost due to a male figure who can be controlled and/or controlled by her. And it's not all a bad thing. In some cases, this can be an advantage, but as this was a comedy, I can't help but feel like the idea was taken far too far. Women who are less capable than the "Wives" are given one of the women in control as a role model. Women in control can be the toughest boss to work for, but have their hands tied behind their backs. As the women in the movie, it felt like this movie tried to go too far and to hard, in a sense that it should've been more of a dramatic drama. It was written and directed by Sarah Paulson, who in her younger years, won a golden Globe and a Tony for her work in Bridesmaids. In this movie, she plays the role of Sarah Draper. Sarah Draper is a mother who has the woman in her life but is a bit more subdued and unassuming. Her husband, Tom, is a widower who makes no apologies for his wife's many shortcomings and can't stand the thought of having another woman in the household. He had the perfect solution for a situation that was clearly stacked against him: take his wife and have a kid. It was refreshing to see an older woman taking on a mother-daughter role, and also a mother who wasn't about to sacrifice her work-life balance just because her family has a newborn. In one of the many instances where a man feels he's been exploited, the movie has a scene where Sarah finds herself pining for her co-worker. As I mentioned, the character was a common figure in the movie. I can't say that this is a movie I would watch, but if you are a fan of comedies with a good amount of drama, it might be worth a watch. But if you want a simple, Hollywood dramedy, you're better off watching a comedy.
Saturday, 18 Apr 2020 05:30

The question isn't "can you ever forgive me?" the question is, "can you ever forgive me?" The story of a black man's attempt to prove his innocence in a fatal car crash by posing as a white man in order to avoid a murder charge, is never more poignant. This film has everything that makes a great film: acting, character development, plot, sound and visual effects, and especially a witty script. To me, however, it is the small things that make a great film. One of the things that makes this film work for me is the way in which it makes the viewer feel the emotions of the characters. It makes us feel the same way that the characters feel. There are times when I felt sorry for all of the characters and they made me feel that way. The movie is about Billy Bob Thornton's character. At first I thought that the movie would focus more on his character, but it isn't. At first I thought that the character would be a bit silly but after the first half hour I realized that he is a lot more than that. He is a very complicated character and he isn't really a character I could identify with at all. When he dies, I wasn't really sad, but I was more than a bit sad for his character. I'm not sure what it is about Billy Bob Thornton, but he makes me cry at the end of most of his films. This is one of those films that I think would appeal to a lot of people. I think it would appeal to a lot of people who don't usually like this type of film. I don't think it's the best film ever made, but it's a very good film and I wouldn't hesitate to watch it again.


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