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Frida

14 Ratings: 3.6
A movie

Salma Hayek makes up for many bad movies with her fierce performance in this sumptuous film. Hayek plays the Mexican surrealist painter Frida Kahlo, whose tempestuous life with her unfaithful husband, muralist Diego Rivera (Alfred Molina), drives the … see full wiki

Genre: Drama, Romance
Release Date: January 1, 1984, October 25, 2002
MPAA Rating: R
4 reviews about Frida
review by . March 22, 2009
posted in Movie Hype
Salma Hyak looks amazingly like the actual Frida Kahlo in this wonderful testiment to one of the most misunderstood and fascinating personalities of the 20th century! Frida was the victim of a bus accident that nearly crippled her and left her in agony throughout her life. As a result, Frida saw the dark side of life and painted some of the most amazing abstract works of art that I have ever seen.      Frida formed a bond with the famous political painter, Diego Rivera. The two …
review by . March 02, 2006
As Frida, Hayek literally carries the film. Tender and vulnerable one moment, she can become fiery and self-confident the next. Hayak also captures much of the excruciating physical torment that Frida was forced to endure during her lifetime - and which often became the central subject of much of her art. Alfred Molina makes of Rivera a fascinatingly understated figure. His seeming world-weariness camouflages a tenderness and ability to love deeply, which, apparently, few in his life - apart from …
review by . January 27, 2005
posted in Movie Hype
Salma Hyak looks amazingly like the actual Frida Kahlo in this wonderful testiment to one of the most misunderstood and fascinating personalities of the 20th century! Frida was the victim of a bus accident that nearly crippled her and left her in agony throughout her life. As a result, Frida saw the dark side of life and painted some of the most amazing abstract works of art that I have ever seen.    Frida formed a bond with the famous political painter, Diego Rivera. The two …
review by . June 12, 2003
FRIDA has all the ingredients of a spectacular film - magnificent color, innovative visual effects and directorial decisions by Julie Taymor, "names" of some big stars in the business, a powerfuly evocative musical score, and grand swatch of Mexican history as seen through the eyes of the Communists in the first part of the last century. Alfred Molina takes center stage in this FRIDA as a thoroughly well-realized Diego Rivera, and while Salma Hayek has good moments she is restricted by a script …
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