In The Cut

In The Cut

Director: Jane Campion Cast: Meg Ryan, Mark Ruffalo, Kevin Bacon
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In The Cut 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I really liked this movie. I have a whole new perspective when watching Ryan and Ruffalo act. I usually can guess the ending and view other movies as very predictable, but not this one. Never saw it coming. Loved the seductive scenes between Ryan and Ruffalo. It just makes you want to keep watching!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I really liked this movie. It is one that you really have to pay attention to, but if you do you will be well rewarded. Meg Ryan is fantastic and edgy in a character that is a far departure from her usual sappy roles. Mark Ruffalo is sexual and raw and great in his role as a detective looking for a killer with a distinctive calling card.Their chemistry is explosive. It draws you in and you don't want to let go. Jennifer Jason Leigh is all too real to her role and very believable in her portrayal as a hooker. It is dark and erotic and well directed and I loved it...
Guest More than 1 year ago
A great film. Great cinematography. Great story. Loved the complexity of the characters. I dont recommend this film for people who delight in the meaningless Big Hollywood Blockbusters. This movie has substance. And for those who like to be TOLD the plot (as opposed to shown) and like their characters predictable and one-dimentional, your going to HATE this film. This really gives a good look at relationships from a realistic point of view. There's nothing black and white in this film--in any aspect. Its a beautifully told story, presented on a beautiful canvas. Each frame is visually stunning, with colors, shadows, light, etc. I highly recomend this film for anyone who is looking for a movie made in a truly women's point of view and likes their characters human.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This movie did not deserve the raves reviewers gave it. The scenes are very dark and seem to have no relevance connecting them to the next scene. Meg Ryan's profession as a teacher in the movie was of no importance whatsoever, and the story line was virtually non-existant. The erotic scenes added nothing to the movie's plot and were just a filler for time. "In the Cut" was not worth the time.