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A college student, David (Shawn Hatosy),wakes in a hospital bed to tries to recall the events leading to his severe injuries to a detective (Lorraine Bracco) who is investigating the disappearance of David's girlfriend Jenny (Rachael Leigh Cook). David's tells his story is told in flashbacks.
When Estranged best friends david and Alan (Jonathan Rhys Meyers)meet again they end up fighting for the affections of david's crush jenny. The mysterious Alan wins her heart but soon his love for jenny becomes a obsession David must help her threw Alan's dangerous behavior but still also still tries to help Alan. But than things goes terribly wrong.
This movie is exciting hip,edgy,sexy thriller you get sucked into the plot as the truth is revealed you see the truth behind the obsession.
I give this **** four Stars
I didn't like any of the characters in this movie. Shawn Hatsoy plays the main character (David) who is a ginger loser. He is awkward around girls and is obsessed with Jenny, a free spirit (borderline slut) who sees him as a friend and apparently the only girl who will give him the time of day in all of the college kingdom. He tries to win her over by writing poetry, which isn't half bad until he reads it aloud. She meets David's friend Alan (Jonathan Rhys-Meyers) who asks her out and poses nude for her (the only nudity in this movie is sausage) which leads to a sexual encounter. They become lovers and David feels rejected and hurt. Alan is the third psycho in this group as he pledges his love for Jenny while he bangs a blonde. None of the characters were nice people and could all be described as losers. I was most sad that they didn't all die. Yes, Rachel Leigh Cook runs around in a pair of cute panties in the beginning and that is as good as the movie gets.
Rachael Leigh Cook's character is torn between her male best friend who has feelings for her, and her boyfriend who is slightly off the rails. We begin with the best friend in hospital and he is being questioned by a detective played by Lorraine Bracco. Via the bestfriend's flashbacks which may or may not be true, the detective has to piece together what happened between the girl, the best friend and the boyfriend.
The quality of filming isn't too bad in itself but there just isn't enough substance to the story. I suggest you buy "Tangled" if you are a Rachael Leigh Cook fan, but if not, you're not gonna exactly be heartbroken if you don't have this on your DVD shelf.
I'm not saying it's terrible- it just could have been so much better.
It is about a love-triangle that got tangled -- David (Shawn Hatsey), Alan (Jonathan Rhys-Meyers) and Jenny (Rachel Leigh Cook), all juniors at a college. Jenny and David are seeing each other when Alan, handsome and reckless, steps into their college life out of the blue. Quiet boy David (who studies poetry) and Alan were in fact friends when much younger, but because of some incidents in the past, their relations was an awkward one. And because of Jenny's ambiguous attitudes to Alan, and Alan's seductive attitudes to Jenny, things get more complicated, and more dangerous.
That's what the opening of the film implies, by the choppy shots of flashbacks. The film follows the memories of David, who, now hospitalized after some (still unknown) terrible accident, recounts his story before the investigator Lorraine Bracco. So, here, the film also tries to give a twist to the otherwise mundane story, using flashbacks that slowly reveals the key events in the past.
The original intention is good, and there is a decent film buried behind the film (which I am afraid no one in English-speaking coutries have seen in theater). There are some good shots that suggest the emotional tense between the characters. And Rachel Leigh Cook is as sweet as before, and sexy at times.
But, unbelievably, the film takes almost one hour to explain the relations between the three, which is not particularly original.Read more ›
I can definately reccommend this as a nice addition to any DVD collection.
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A must see for all Jonathan Rhys Meyers fans wanting to see a little more....of his acting in the beginning of his career. Read morePublished on September 15, 2008 by Frances M. Forestier
Tangled (Jay Lowi, 2001)
Shawn Hatosy has been doing the character-actor thing in Hollywood for a long time. Read more
Shawn Hatosy (The Faculty, Outside Providence) is in love with Rachael Leigh Cook (She's All That, Antitrust) but she doesnt love him, she only wants to be his friend, then enter... Read morePublished on October 30, 2005 by Mike Bolts
It's definitely a must-see. Very climatic, mysterious thriller/love story which will leave you fascinated long after watching.Published on August 30, 2005 by Charlene
TANGLED IS ACTUALLY A REALLY GOOD MOVIE. YOU HAVE TO PAY ATTENTION OR YOU'LL GET LOST IN THE PLOT BUT OTHER THAN THAT IT WAS A GREAT MOVIE.Published on December 16, 2003 by JENNIFER
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