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Dirty Weekend (2015)

Dirty Weekend (2015)

Matthew BroderickAlice EvePhil BurkeGia Crovatin
Neil LaBute


Dirty Weekend (2015) is a English movie. Neil LaBute has directed this movie. Matthew Broderick,Alice Eve,Phil Burke,Gia Crovatin are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2015. Dirty Weekend (2015) is considered one of the best Comedy,Drama movie in India and around the world.

Colleagues Les and Natalie are delayed in the Albuquerque airport. Restless, irritated, and unable to stand the service workers he meets at every turn, Les heads downtown. Natalie refuses to leave his side and discovers that his supposedly aimless wandering has more of a point than he is willing to admit. Natalie conceals secrets of her own, though neither can keep them quiet for long. A rapport grows between this unlikely pair, and soon they search out a spark of excitement in this most unlikely of locales.


Dirty Weekend (2015) Reviews

  • Slow and nice


    I admit, "slow" films are the kind I like. You can recognize real persons and situations and believe them. The script is not a masterpiece, but deals fine with our unconscious or prohibited desires. Craftsmanship is on Hollywood level - excellent! Of course, Matthew Broderick is the "backbone" of the film and, I think, plays the role with perfection. The person everyone of us can find in the neighborhood. I believe him! Alice Eve is a positive surprise! Fine support with no unnecessary tries to dominate. And, of course, beautiful as always! All in all, film worth seeing !

  • New York actors movie situated in a Albuquerque layover, great performance from Alice Eve when she warms up


    Has too low a rating of very few people when I write this review, deserves more. Maybe because the story is somewhat un-American, minor references to uncommon sex and all that. Where the mise-en-scene and a humdrum title translates in underacting, perhaps to the disappointment of an expectant but misguided demographic, not expecting acting but enactment. Alice Eve, plays antagonist business sales colleague Natalie, the somewhat aloof Brit girl 'everyone in the office wants to f^%k but not me' our confused, married and square protagonist proclaims. Matthew Broderick's acting is really Matthew Broderick's acting, and never falls short. Alice Eve has a slow start, where perhaps the direction is to blame. When the story progresses she transforms from the plastic impersonation of a stereotype Brit professional woman to the warm sometimes-vulnerable girly person in great stride, quite smoothly and with a great performance. This is a 'New York style' actors movie with really just two actors. Phil Burke did good in his the cameo-like 'Cabbie' appearance. There is no further production value whatsoever. Alice Eve is a genuine gem in this one.

  • Thought it was a Woody Allen piece


    This is not a great movie, so if you are looking for one, skip it. That being said, it is certainly not a bad film. The acting is good, the subject is interesting and the overall mood is that of a road movie. You have these two coworkers in some company that is not revealed, as it means nothing to the story, stuck in "Albu-Quirky" until weather gets better in Dallas. One of them is Matthew Broderick, a middle aged man that seems to want to go to the town center for some reason, and the other is Alice Eve, his efficient and professional female counterpart who won't leave him alone. By the time the movie ends, we know more about the two characters and what their inner struggles are and they have bonded as good friends - and not romantically. Now, the pace is slow, the humor is mostly character based, manifesting as various quirks of the people in the film, the moral is that what happens in Albuquerque stays in Albuquerque and the meat of the film is talking and again talking. I actually went to IMDb to check if it was a Woody Allen movie in which he chose not to star for a change. It is not. It is another Neil LaBute story that he both writes and directs. While I won't recommend this film, I can't say that you should stay away from it, either. It is an unspectacular road movie, where you get to understand more of human nature.

  • Ferris Bueller's Middle-aged Layover


    7.1 of 10. What may be best described as Matthew Broderick as the middle-aged version of one of the characters in "Ferris Bueller's Day Off" once again exploring the suppressed desires of a well-behaved, obedient member of America's corporate, Christian society. He also has a plan for this time off, but it doesn't go quite the way he intends. Instead of exploring high school or middle-aged males relationships, it looks at more of a seeming fantasy situation between Broderick's character and his young, hot, UK/Aussie accented co-worker as their flight gets seemingly interrupted and the connection delayed. Alice Eve puts in a great supporting performance and Broderick fits his ordinary organization-man role well. What the film lacks is an original soundtrack/score and more originality in views and dealing with issues along with the relatively safe happy ending. Nonetheless, definitely worth a watch, whether on a layover or not.

  • People missing the point of the movie


    I think the others that had commented on this movie are expecting something entirely different. This movie is paced so that it keeps you wondering what is happening, 1. Is there something beyond being colleagues for the two of them? 2. Why is he so anal about going into town, with a lot of cash? 3. Why does she want to come along even though her character really doesn't care one way or another. So much for being Butch. People who can't enjoy the pacing and comedic tone of the movie have issues lol. You're seriously thinking way too much. You may be like the waitress on the potato or the cab driver who thinks it was infer to follow when he was told to wait RIGHT HERE. hahaha As for the attack on Matthew this person needs a reality check. Matthew plays the father, casual sensible in a quirky way character. Calling him dull may actually be a compliment but then again the person may not get it lol. And yea Matthew has age and if you didn't like his "talking" character here how in the hell did you ever enjoy the rest of his previous movies lol. Oh the contradiction! Movie is subtlety funny in a very obscure fashion. You really have to get it for the movie to be remotely watchable lol. Matthew is outright funny, especially the bit where he stops at the you know what shop. hahaha Hey, everyone has different taste in comedy I guess. Enjoy though.


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