Everyone is a victom

By Renner95634
Written July 27, 2014
I may be over thinking this movie but it seems to me this was just a modern commentary on how so many people take advantage of one another and then blame the victim for allowing themselves to be victimized. Unfortunately we all now live in a buyer beware world whether you're buying artwork or Love.
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The Worst Offer

By kidwicked16
Written December 05, 2015
I was really exited to see Geoffrey Rush in a may/december romance. However after watching it to the end I was very disjointed with how it ended. Since Geoffrey Rush is an amazeing actor and it was for his preformance and acting ablities in the film that I gave it two stars instead of one. However I do not discourage Geoffery Rush fans from seeing this. [Spoilers: Just be prepared for him not to get the girl in the end.]
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By beachpup56
Written December 05, 2015
Five stars all the way. It is reminiscent of "The Game," in which only the protagonist is unaware of the "movie" he is in. But more beautiful and alluring than The Game. Geoffrey Rush is superb. As are Donald Sutherland, Jim Sturgiss, and the lovely waif who plays "Claire." Every actor's role contributes to the drama. The sets are gorgeous and the score suits the story sublimely. A rare and quality film on Netflix. I will watch it again as I woke up thinking of it the day after I saw it, realizing all of the "signs" that were missed as the story unfolded.
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