A Bigger Splash
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Beautiful film with first rate actors make this time very well spent! I love the European sensibilities, subtleties and symbolism. Those who get the density and complexity of relationships and how they can intertwine will also enjoy this movie. Loved it and left us asking, commenting and talking.
Hard not to enjoy Ralph Fiennes in this film, something wonderful about his clothes and presence... has some pretty funny lines as well though no one in the theater was laughing... at times, gorgeously shot... especially the more sensual scenes.... the type of film that should be in oscar consideration if oscars went to the actual best films... go check it out...
To the person who mentioned Hannah and Hanks in the original - that was Splash - not even the same movie - perhaps you thought Dakota was a mermaid with legs????? This movie was slow and suspenseful - not a comedy by any means.
It was the dullest, most insipid movie I've seen in a long time. Some said it got better after a dull start, but this getting better hadn't started after 30 minutes, and that's was when I left.
Picturesque Italian scenery, lush cinematography, and just enough plot tension make A Bigger Splash watchable from start to finish.
I'm not really sure what it all means, but it is gorgeous to look at, and rather entertaining.
the start was too slow, I nearly left after 15 minutes; glad to have stayed. Ralph Fiennes was the reason I wanted to see the movie and he was exceptionally good (in fact always perfect for any role). And who would not like to watch Matthias Schoenaerts! He always chooses characters who are psychologically or emotionally abused by others. I wish to see him playing other differents characters soon. As to Miss Johnson, she is sooo beautiful and her eyes (or the way she looks may be) remind so much of her mom (the beautiful Melanie Griffith); she must be very proud of her daughter.
Worst movie since "Hail Caesar". At least there some laughs. This long and drawn out drink of water was a bore. Don't waste your money
The original is such a classic and deserved better. Did Hanks and Hannah want too much money?
Not especially interesting. Long and drawn out. No real plot. It just went on and on.