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For Portman, this could be the movie that pushes her from teen roles to adult ones.
With the Star Wars prequels finally wrapping up, maybe she can get more roles like this one.
You can't really admire any of the characters, but you do understand them.
For each of the four actors this is their best performance to date.
Scott, you mentioned Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? This could well be Nichols’ intended book-end to that classic.
Both movies were adapted from plays and they both feature four characters. They are both slices of life realism, with much heightened drama of course.
Dan pretends to be a woman on the internet and flirts with Larry for no apparent reason other than for the hell of it.
Larry comes home from a trip to New York and can't wait to tell his wife, Anna, that he slept with a prostitute. But just because they all play unlikable and unsympathetic characters that are cruel to each other hardly makes them realistic.
And then, for good measure, the pairings are rearranged a few more times before the credits roll.Seriously, are there any men in Hollywood who are resistant to Natalie Portman’s beauty, charm, brains, and talent? Just weeks after we reported that Ryan Gosling was dating the actress, she was spotted canoodling with our beloved Robert Pattinson at an Oscar party.He’s just another notch on her hottest dudes ever bedpost.A line I used in my review for Virginia Woolf also applies to Closer.“This one’s all about the dialogue and the dynamics of the characters.” On the down side I never felt like I really knew these people.
The people in this movie do not have sex for the pleasure of it they have sex for the drama it causes. This is a soap opera with good directing and acting, but nothing more. Some people play life safe and others lead less disciplined existences that tend to be messy and volatile. I have also been drilled about the minute sexual details of an illicit tryst and I have been in the position of putting a cheating lover through the third degree about one of their infidelities.