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Yet it is Life itself.
It's not that I can't handle a long movie; it's that this particular movie has scenes that are longer than they need to be, and it feels as if they will never end.
No amount of rewatching can exorcise the screenplay's flaws which make this film merely a good and interesting one, rather than a masterpiece.
Not Cassavetes very best--that would be Killing of a Chinese Bookie--but excellent nonetheless. The three leads vie for acting homors, but , in the end, its Ben Gazzara's... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Thomas A. Stith
A bit of a slog, deliberately, since this is a Cassavetes film, but a film that gets at something real and true about (straight) male friendship.Published 4 months ago by Rochester Richie
You will have to an Eagle Scout or very close to make it through this flick. I'm a Life Scout with 21 merit badges and barely made it.Published 4 months ago by Wesley B. Loflin III
I really enjoyed this film. Another one of John Cassettes greats. John can see into peoples lives in a very unique way.Published 8 months ago by Pierre C
Overall achievement in cinematography and content. Close up, persistent camera work mimics living, characters and plot explore reality of relationships in fascinating locations. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Charles Joy
Husbands is long on acting and short on structure and story line. Cassavetes, Faulk and Gazzara seem to be having a lot of fun making the movie but the result is disappointing.Published 19 months ago by Lindsay Johnson