A heartless tycoon meets his match in the 1995 Sydney Pollack re-imaging of Sabrina. This version reworks Sabrina into an independent, stylish, and brilliantly tactful woman capable of holding her own when dealing with Linus Larrabee. Sabrina is no doormat and Linus is no pushover; yet these two driven individuals manage to discover a mutual respect and deep love for one another. Sometimes opposites attract – sometimes like attracts like.
The 2004 sequel to the remarkable film Before Sunrise.The movie opens with Jesse wrapping up his European book signing tour in a Parisian bookstore when he encounters Celine. It has been nine years since they parted ways with fervent promises to meet again in 6 months time. The film was shot largely real time in order to heighten the immediacy of their conversation. Over the course of 9 years, both characters have grown into functioning adults who, like all of us, have made mistakes along the way. In the following clip, they openly discuss personal relationship issues. In a rare display of on screen maturity, both manage to not blame anyone else for their relationship misfortunes.
A visual treat of a film, although the plot may be a bit weak. The story opens with Ben Holmes traveling to Savannah for his wedding. Due to an unexpected plane vs bird catastrophe, he finds himself sharing alternate travel arrangements with a free spirited woman named Sarah. Did I mention they are being stalked by a hurricane at they head south? Sometimes people need a personal hurricane to help them sort out what is truly important in their lives.
An incredibly warped perspective on modern relationships is presented in this film. This movie is the poster child for how NOT to have an adult relationship. In all fairness, it is well crafted movie with talented actors and actresses in the title roles. It is obvious they relished digging into the petty vindictiveness of these characters and I enjoyed their performance. Personally, I would RUN, not walk away from this type relationship.