The Merry Gentleman

The Merry Gentleman
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Christopher

I liked it. I was thinking about this movie as was getting and ready for my day. Keaton's character was compelling and MacDonald was quite sweet. I only has trouoble with the ending. Good show.

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Gary

Excellent film.

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Fritz

Good movie. Pay attention to the end. It will be up to you to figure out why. Captivating!

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Alan

Nothing here bears the slightest resemblance to reality.

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Judith

Good

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Jano

Good job Michael. Kelly Macdonald was excellent...as usual.

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Conny

Did not hold water.

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Linda

Unique well acted film. Strong characters, and beguiling script....

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Edith

There was a lot of dark emotion. Rather than flat, it has a dark intensity, a wariness, taking from the film noir genre. This is second time I'vewatched it and it has not lost its impact for me.

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Jody

I'd like to watch it again, but either way, the acting is so intense and the emotions are so surreal. How scary it is that this young woman lived in isolation with these male characters who's only wish was to "take care" of her. Scary because we all know these people.

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Sahan

A slow film. Intriguing elements. Unexpected ending. Worth watching.

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Tim

Fairly flat emotionally, but I think it's interesting to see what Keaton does here. Curious when an actor creates an emotionless role to start in while performing as a director behind the camera - I think there was a lot of potential that others saw and turned into their own magic (in ...Read more

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