The Treatment (2006)

Not Rated   |    |  Comedy, Drama, Romance


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Jake Singer is at loose ends in New York City, and neck deep in psychoanalysis with the outrageous Dr. Morales, when he meets the enigmatic and beautiful widow Allegra Marshall.

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25 July 2008 | siderite
7
| An average movie for older educated people
It involves romance between romantically experienced people. They are intelligent, articulated, educated and their greatest concerns are more complex than just "getting together". They are above 35, they have children and past baggage, complicated lives and still they crave love, like any other primate.

Ian Holm is the spice of the movie. I would venture to say that without him the entire thing would have been a fiasco. It's not that the other actors don't act well, but their roles are so bland and uninteresting. Even the obvious intelligence of the lead male character has only an intellectual academic form and the emotional chemistry is rather poorly expressed.

Overall it is above the average romcom, but average towards weak in its category. Since the target audience is older educated people, it should have had more spunk and a lot more brains.

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