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It's astounding that Kevin Bacon and Colin Firth could be in a movie this bad.
In "Where the Truth Lies", not a single one of the three main characters is completely likable, some to varying degrees, but this makes them seem more real.
I felt real compassion and really liked the Vince Collins character in the book, what happened to him in this movie?
Great little movie that everyone should see. Without giving it away its a movie about a "Martin & Lewis" pair of guys that shot to fame and the little secret that tore them... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Gary Gilfoy
Rented the film on Thursday afternoon, and wanted to finish watching it on Friday evening, but it had disappeared from my account already. Isn't the rental period 48 hours?Published 1 month ago by ueb
this is a very very odd movie. Firth and Bacon play a Jerry Lewis-Dean Martin duo, with a very dark side involving sex and murder, which exposes them to blackmail and ruin, and... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Professora Emerita
I thought this movie was a waste of time. Two very fine actors wasting their talents. The reporter was so childlike.Published 6 months ago by Kiki
this movie was set in the 1950's. back then love,sex & drugs was the normal,
there were tows guys back,( LENNY & VINCVE) they were a comedy couple,
but there were not... Read more
Read the novel instead. The movie leaves out the first 1/3 of the book. Then makes changes at the end which make no sense. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Snakewoman
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I have both versions. My trusty Panasonic gives the playing times as follows - 'Unrated Theatrical' (1:47:19) vs 'DVD Edition' aka 'Rated Edition' (1:46:21). That means that the Unrated version has about 1 minute extra playing time so that's the disc to get, albeit the difference is slim.
Oct 2, 2006 by Bejsam | See all 3 posts