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Eyes Wide Shut
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Country: France, UK, Vietnam
Runtime: 115 minutes
Theatrical Release: 10/30/1992
US DVD Release: 12/11/2001
tries to transport an ancient gun called The Mexican, believed to
carry a curse, back across the border, while his girlfriend pressures
him to give up his criminal ways.
hokey-jokey comic thriller doesn't add up to the proverbial hill o'
beans, but it's an engaging curio all the same. Pitt is Jerry, American
to the bone. The titular Mexican is actually a handwrought antique
pistol. Jerry's mobster pals insist he stand up his girlfriend, Samantha
(Roberts), head South of the Border, pick up the gun and bring it
back home. Straightforward enough if Jerry wasn't such a loser. Meanwhile
a hitman has kidnapped Sam as a little extra distraction. That the
killer in question is played by Gandolfini suggests how loaded with
stars the movie is. That might be a problem if audiences expect Brad
and Julia to share 'quality time'; in fact they're apart for most
of the film, and bickering when they're together. Gandolfini packs
more emotional baggage. Screenwriter JH Wyman keeps the parallel storylines
buzzing with smart dramatic zigzags and self-consciously tangy dialogue,
but the whole thing gets a bit mired down with extraneous flashbacks.
Director Verbinsky means to show you a good time, and he does, even
if he sometimes he gets carried away. Reviewed
by "Time Out"
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