A decent game.

The crying game. Neil Jordan. Well, here is a movie all the critics love due to whatever the literary reason is but that the audience clearly stands divided on. I am on the division. I admit that this movie has some interesting issues and good acting but to be honest, it just does not cut it to be a true classic. This movie is not a Hitchcock thriller or a visual masterpiece. It is a good movie and is allowed to be used in some movie aspect context, but a potential director’s masterhand is minimal and the plottwist is only invisible to the daftest of audiences. I think the critics are taking this movie far too serious to be considered a classic, a good movie and entertainment nonetheless. (1992)


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