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I gave it one star because I couldn't give it less.
Although the plot is one of the most well known and repeated cliches in film making, it is astonishing how Woody Allen has presented it with such freshness.
The cast is pretty good but something about it just spoke to me and it said I really don't want to even attempt to watch this movie.
A rehash of Crimes and Misdermeanors, but not nearly as compelling. Save your money and watch C & M.Published 30 minutes ago by monika
Watched this one as a class assignment discussing morality. And luck. Without giving away any conclusions, I will say my classmates had meaningful discussion. Read morePublished 14 days ago by E. R. Morris
Great psychological suspense story. Great character study with an interesting moral dilemma.Published 22 days ago by Marta Fox
This is a fabulous take on Crime and Punishment. Jonathan Ryes Myers gives the performance of his life as the brooding husband who lusts after the wannabe actress Scarlett... Read morePublished 24 days ago by Frank Davis III
Although this plays as a thriller, it ultimately makes a statement - about Life and the nature of Luck. Watch it for the performances, and a good story. Read morePublished 24 days ago by Mac
Woody Allen at his finest!! Great plot, great acting and a great story. I loved Jonathan and Scarlett. Perfect actors for their respective roles. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jeanine Browne
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|Don't expect a "fully loaded" re-release of this DVD...||
All of the Woody Allen DVDs are barebones, as he doesn't like special features. I highly doubt that this film will recieve an SE, seeing as how none of his films have recieved the SE treatment.
May 2, 2006 by Zack H. | See all 6 posts
|When does the blu ray for Match Point come out?||
No idea, but I am hoping for a blu-ray version as well!
Sep 13, 2009 by S. Karlstrom | See all 2 posts