Match Point (2005)

R   |    |  Drama, Romance, Thriller


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At a turning point in his life, a former tennis pro falls for an actress who happens to be dating his friend and soon-to-be brother-in-law.


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  • Jonathan Rhys Meyers and Brian Cox in Match Point (2005)
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  • Jonathan Rhys Meyers and Emily Mortimer in Match Point (2005)
  • Woody Allen and Soon-Yi Previn at an event for Match Point (2005)

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7 June 2005 | yamar
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| Some new territory for Woody Allen
This film at first doesn't seem like a typical Woody Allen film but at the end you know it's one and why. While the story and theme is familiar, Mr Allen brings new perspective and avoids clichés. He goes to the themes he explored in "Crimes and Misdemeanors" but without the Ingmar Bergman homage. Instead it's more fun and exciting to watch. I guess the young hot cast and new location doesn't seem like the usual Woody Allen film, even though he used young hot talents before. This one belongs to his best films which is good news to his fans. The cast is excellent but the supporting cast outshines the leads somehow. Matthew Goode made a strong impression and sure to become a star in the near future. I'm glad Woody Allen changed locations and used some of the best British actors for a change. I guess people who will read this comment, will already know about the plot, so I will avoid it. I watched the film at Cannes where it was well received by critics and the audience.

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