Domino

Domino

Director: Tony Scott Cast: Keira Knightley, Mickey Rourke, Edgar Ramirez
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Domino 3.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 10 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Domino is a flashy action movie, shot in grainy "heightened reality", in which Keira Knightley plays an ice-cool, beautiful, rich girl who drops out and becomes a bounty hunter. Now flip over to the DVD extra and meet the real Domino Harvey: a shy, gauche woman who reveals far more about herself in the first 10 seconds than this movie does in 2 hours. Tragically, she died shortly before the movie was released. Domino may be "based on true events" but the DVD extra reveals a very liberal interpretation of that phrase. Taken on its own, this is an OK, watchable movie - but it reveals nothing about why the real Domino Harvey's life turned out the way that it did, and the overall impression is of Hollywood's exploitation of a vulnerable woman which leaves a nasty after-taste.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Keira Knightley is a fine actor but is a finer looking woman. Before any of you feminists call me a "pig," that's where the money is in for, not her talent. After Knightley hits 40, her natural beauty will be sagging and as things are in Hollywood, she will be yesterday's news. She certainly outdoes Mickey Rourke's character as the brutish Ed Moseby, an ex-con. She is just a spoiled, tough punk in my opinion, as in her statement, "I just want to have a little fun," which leads to her getting in trouble with lap dancing, missing men, the Mob, and drugs. Of course, real life is worse than the movies and the real Harvey, because of her reckless life is now dead, before the filming actually ended. Another cautionary tale on the edge of drugs, but I doubt it.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Great drama, hilarious scenes, excellant cast, dark humor at its best. Do not miss this one
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