情挑六月花

爱情片美国1990

主演:苏珊·萨兰登,詹姆斯·斯派德,杰森·亚历山大,凯西·贝茨,艾琳·布伦南,史蒂芬·希尔,瑞秋·夏卡尔,科里·帕克,蕾妮·泰勒,乔纳森·潘内尔,Barbara Howard,肯·迈尔斯,米茨·麦卡尔

导演:路易斯·曼多基

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  二十七岁的马克斯(詹姆斯·斯派德 James Spader 饰)是一位事业有成的广告人,不久前,他的妻子不幸去世,至今,马克斯都未能走出丧妻的悲痛阴影中,个性也因此而变得封闭和阴沉。  某日,他来到了一间小酒吧喝酒解闷,在这里,马克斯遇见了名为诺拉(苏珊·萨兰登 Susan Sarandon 饰)的四十三岁女招待。命运让这两个身份地位和年龄都悬殊巨大的人相互吸引,诺拉让马克斯暂时淡忘了痛苦,马克斯亦教会了诺拉什么是尊重,随着时间的推移,他们坠入了爱河。然而,这段世人眼中并不匹配的恋情注定要遭到诸多的考验,最终,他们的真爱能否战胜世俗的非议和彼此之间巨大的鸿沟呢?

 长篇影评

 1 ) White Palace Script

[Beep]

 
                   
Maxie, it's Neil.
Don't forget the burgers, pal.

 
                   
Corner of Olive and 18th.
It'll be ready at 7:30.

 
                   
Yee-hah!

 
                   
[Beep beep beep]

 
                   
[Telephone rings]

 
                   
[Ring]

 
                   
[Beep]

 
                   
Hello. It's your mother.

  
                   
Don't forget tomorrow
we visit Janey.

  
                   
You'll pick me up
at the store at : .

  
                   
Hello?

  
                   
[Door closes]

  
                   
Hello?

  
                   
MAN: All right!

  
                   
[Music playing]

  
                   
Max!

  
                   
Ha ha ha!

  
                   
Max! Max is here!

  
                   
White Palace burgers!

  
                   
Hi. What are you drinking?

  
                   
Soda.

  
                   
It's a bachelor party.
I'm getting married.

  
                   
Oh! Oh!

  
                   
WOMAN: Hey, what about me?
I want one.

  
                   
Aah!

  
                   
Hey, Max, some of these boxes
are empty, man.

  
                   
What?

  
                   
Son of a bitch.
Look at this.

  
                   
I got three... four of them.

  
                   
How could they be empty?

  
                   
What's that? Five?

  
                   
I got six, six empty boxes.

  
                   
Shit. I should've
counted them. Sorry.

  
                   
Come on.
It's a -cent burger.

  
                   
I'm going back.
You want burgers or money?

  
                   
- Are you crazy?
- What's he talking about?

  
                   
What's the matter with you?
We're having a party!

  
                   
We've been crapped on, Neil.

  
                   
What is the trouble?

  
                   
The trouble is you don't
give a damn about principle.

  
                   
Are you kidding?
I'm a lawyer.

  
                   
MAN: Hey! Hey! Hey!

  
                   
- Excuse me.
- End of the line's over there.

  
                   
- I'm not buying anything.
- Get in line, Fred.

  
                   
Look inside the sack, please.

  
                   
When it's your turn.
$ . .

  
                   
I don't think
I need to get in line.

  
                   
I already was in line.

  
                   
I bought 50 burgers.
You only gave me 44

  
                   
so I don't think
I have to wait.

  
                   
- Is that so?
- That is so.

  
                   
Look. Six empties.
I want my money back.

  
                   
And how do I know you didn't
gobble up those burgers?

  
                   
Because I don't gobble
and I don't lie.

  
                   
You gave me six empty boxes.

  
                   
I bought 50 burgers.
You gave me .

  
                   
Do I get my money back
or go to the manager?

  
                   
Smell the boxes. Here.

  
                   
If there had been
White Palaces inside,

  
                   
the boxes would stink,
wouldn't they?

  
                   
Honey, my nose is so full
of White Palaces,

  
                   
I couldn't smell one
shoved in my face.

  
                   
Yo, buddy, I'd like
to get my hamburgers.

  
                   
Will you leave
Mr. Astaire alone?

  
                   
He's trying to report
a robbery here.

  
                   
Thank you.

  
                   
Next.

  
                   
Whoa!

  
                   
Are you Jewish?
I'm just guessing.

  
                   
Hey! It's Honest Abe!

  
                   
I got the money back, Neil.

  
                   
You'll need it for therapy.
You're a nutcase.

  
                   
Ladies and gentlemen,

  
                   
may I introduce...

  
                   
the future Mrs. Neil Horowitz?

  
                   
Yay!

  
                   
Ow!

  
                   
Damn. She is fat.

  
                   
She is always
going to be fat,

  
                   
but she's
a very sweet woman.

  
                   
Oh! Max, look.

  
                   
It's you.

  
                   
Hey, Max with the fiddle.
You were good, man.

  
                   
You were good.

  
                   
Max!

  
                   
It's the fiddler.

  
                   
Oh, Stravinsky.

  
                   
What's next?

  
                   
Who is that?

  
                   
Is that Margie Brown?

  
                   
NEIL: No. It's Janey.

  
                   
Look how young she is.

  
                   
When did you start going out
with her? Kindergarten?

  
                   
Something like that. Yeah.

  
                   
NEIL: She was beautiful.

  
                   
Klugman, what else you got
back there, huh?

  
                   
Larry.

  
                   
Come on. Come on!

   
                   
LARRY: It's stuck.
Give me a second.

   
                   
Could somebody flip
the light switch?

   
                   
NEIL: Max, have
another scotch, buddy.

   
                   
Let's see.
Who wants another one?

   
                   
You're turning into the crazy
old woman from Dickens,

   
                   
the one who sits around
in her wedding dress

   
                   
cherishing
her fucking grief.

   
                   
Havisham.

   
                   
Yeah. That's who
you're turning into.

   
                   
When's the last time
you had a date?

   
                   
What if I told you...

   
                   
I wasn't interested
in getting laid right now?

   
                   
Interest in getting laid
is the human condition,

   
                   
for Christ's sakes, Max.

   
                   
It's all around you.

   
                   
Heidi Solomon.

   
                   
Oh, please.

   
                   
She salivates
over you every day.

   
                   
Rita Fishman... she's gorgeous.

   
                   
She would sleep...

   
                   
If I choose
to be celibate,

   
                   
that's not your business.

   
                   
This isn't celibacy
we're talking about.

   
                   
It's fucking necrophilia.

   
                   
Good night, Neil.

   
                   
- Great party.
- Yeah. Thanks. Thanks, Max.

   
                   
You're feeling sorry
for yourself.

   
                   
Makes me want to puke!

   
                   
Blah-ha hah!

   
                   
Whoa ho!

   
                   
WOMAN: Ha ha ha!

   
                   
Ha ha ha!

   
                   
WOMAN: Wait a minute.

   
                   
Aah! Ha ha!

   
                   
MAN SINGING:
What would it take

   
                   
to make you mine?

   
                   
Ivory towers of wine

   
                   
A rugged movie star
that looks so fine?

   
                   
You know they're really
hard to find

   
                   
What would it take
to make you mine?

   
                   
I'd stay home all the time

   
                   
Give you everything that's mine

   
                   
Even though I'm paying on time

   
                   
What would it take

   
                   
To make

   
                   
You mine?

   
                   
MAX: Chivas and a splash.

   
                   
MAN SINGING:
...to make you mine?

   
                   
A condo in a sunny clime

   
                   
Compatible astrology signs

   
                   
Or sitting round gettin' high?

   
                   
What would it take
to make you mine?

   
                   
Champagne breakfast at :

   
                   
Pumped up all of the time

   
                   
Or simply just sayin' that I'd

   
                   
Like to make you mine

   
                   
All mine

   
                   
All mine?

   
                   
Some coincidence, huh?

   
                   
What?

   
                   
I'll give you a hint, Fred.

   
                   
I ain't exactly Ginger Rogers.

   
                   
Oh, no.

   
                   
Oh, no, huh?

   
                   
Yeah.

   
                   
Oh, no, what? Huh?

   
                   
I don't know.
Just oh, no.

   
                   
What are you doing
in a dump like this?

   
                   
You looking for trouble?

   
                   
I'm having a drink.

   
                   
Cigarette?

   
                   
No, thank you.

   
                   
I know, I know.
Smoking will kill me.

   
                   
That's right.

   
                   
Mmm. Well, come on.
Lecture me.

   
                   
I love it. Come on.

   
                   
I don't lecture.

   
                   
Fred, I bet
you lecture everybody.

   
                   
Yeah? Not tonight.

   
                   
Good. How about another drink?
Jimmy, vodka tonic and...

   
                   
- I don't want another drink.
- Scotch for my new friend here.

   
                   
- What's your name?
- I don't want another drink.

   
                   
Come on.
Let me buy you a drink.

   
                   
Let's pass a peace pipe.
Come on. Huh?

   
                   
I'm buying.

   
                   
- Thanks, Jimmy.
- No, no. I got...

   
                   
- I'm paying for it.
- I don't want you to.

   
                   
- I am buying you a drink.
- Here. For both of them.

   
                   
Please. All right. OK.

   
                   
Look at you.
You're so cute.

   
                   
You're all tensed up
like a ticklish little kid.

   
                   
Damn. You are beautiful.
Look at that face.

   
                   
Jimmy, is this
a beautiful face?

   
                   
Anybody ever tell you
you look like Tony Curtis?

   
                   
- All the time.
- Ha ha!

   
                   
Hmm...

   
                   
I had a wonderful dream.

   
                   
I was sorting your shells
and mixing your cocktails.

   
                   
When I woke up, I wanted to
swim right back to you.

   
                   
"Some Like It Hot."
Did you ever see it?

   
                   
- It's not a tough question.
- No, no.

   
                   
- Marilyn Monroe.
- Yeah, I saw that.

   
                   
God, she's something. Mmm.

   
                   
MAX: Yeah. She is.

   
                   
You swim?

   
                   
Do I swim?

   
                   
Yeah. You look like you swim.

   
                   
I mean, you're not
real muscular,

   
                   
but you're strong,
am I right?

   
                   
I think you're drunk.

   
                   
Yeah. If I get any drunker,
I'll fall all over you.

   
                   
So...

   
                   
What's with the monkey suit?
You a chauffeur?

   
                   
Oh, no.
I was at a bachelor party.

   
                   
Yours?

   
                   
No.

   
                   
Did you have a naked girl?

   
                   
MAX: A dozen of them.

   
                   
You got a wife?

   
                   
Uh-uh.

   
                   
No, I don't.

   
                   
You're not sure?

   
                   
I don't have a wife.

   
                   
But you did
have one, right?

   
                   
Yeah, that's r... yeah.
That's correct.

   
                   
She leave you?
Is that how come you're so sad?

   
                   
I'm not sad.

   
                   
You're feeling
sorry for yourself.

   
                   
Do you mind if we
change the subject?

   
                   
Hi, Tony.

   
                   
Hi, Fred.

   
                   
Come on.

   
                   
Tell me your name.

   
                   
Mine's Nora.

   
                   
Max.

   
                   
Oh, that's cute.

   
                   
What's your zip code? Hmm?

   
                   
What kind of soap does
your wife use?

   
                   
Maybe you should take
your hand off my thigh.

   
                   
My hand's not on your thigh.

   
                   
Night.

   
                   
Sorry about your lady
dumping you.

   
                   
- She didn't exactly dump me.
- What did she do, then?

   
                   
She died.

   
                   
Died?

   
                   
You mean died?

   
                   
Yeah.

   
                   
That's a new one.

   
                   
How did she do that?

   
                   
Car turned over.

   
                   
Ha ha ha!

   
                   
Oh, I'm s...

   
                   
I'm sorry. I just...
I can't help it.

   
                   
That's all right.

   
                   
I don't know
why I'm laughing.

   
                   
Your wife died.

   
                   
Maybe nobody ever
died on you before.

   
                   
No. Charlie died.

   
                   
Charlie? What?
Is that your doggie?

   
                   
No.

   
                   
Charlie... my kid.

   
                   
Your kid?

   
                   
I know, I know. I know.

   
                   
How'd he die?

   
                   
Leukemia.

   
                   
What can you do?

   
                   
The world spins around.

   
                   
I'm sorry.

   
                   
It's over...

   
                   
right?

   
                   
Right.

   
                   
Good night.

   
                   
MAN SINGING:
This good-hearted woman

   
                   
She loves her good-timin' man

   
                   
Drive me home.
I'll fix you a cup of coffee.

   
                   
Actually, I missed the bus.

   
                   
I don't live too far from here.

   
                   
Come on. You don't
want me to take a taxi.

   
                   
- Don't smoke in the car, OK?
- Deal.

   
                   
Put your seat belt on.

   
                   
It's all right. Hold on.

   
                   
You're a cautious little doggie.

   
                   
[Operatic aria playing]

   
                   
What's that?

   
                   
That is the most beautiful music
in the world.

   
                   
You got any Oak Ridge Boys?

   
                   
No. I'm afraid not.

   
                   
What are you?
Are you Italian or something?

   
                   
I'm Jewish.

   
                   
Jewish?

   
                   
Ha!

   
                   
Interesting people... Jews.

   
                   
I was Catholic myself once,
but confession made me jumpy.

   
                   
Ha!

   
                   
I tried them all, but I never
did try to find Moses.

   
                   
Tell you the truth,
I don't know very many Jews.

   
                   
This guy tried to shove
Brigham Young on my ass once.

   
                   
Go left at Clayton.

   
                   
That's... well,
that's Dogtown.

   
                   
That's what they call it.
Go left here.

   
                   
Turn... turn left!

   
                   
[Horn honks]

   
                   
- You're drunk.
- I'm all right.

   
                   
No. You're drunk.

   
                   
- OK. Turn again.
- Where?

   
                   
Right here!

   
                   
[Tires screech]

   
                   
God!

   
                   
Ha ha ha!

   
                   
I love him.

   
                   
That's a drunk
driving the drunk.

   
                   
[Key-alert chimes]

   
                   
I just can't...

   
                   
ha ha ha!

   
                   
Ha ha ha!

   
                   
Ha ha ha!

   
                   
Come on, beautiful.

   
                   
Let me fix you some coffee.

   
                   
You're too drunk to drive.

   
                   
- I'm all right.
- No. Come on.

   
                   
Come on.

   
                   
Ha ha ha! Ohhh.

   
                   
Don't slip on the Astroturf.

   
                   
Ha ha ha!

   
                   
NORA: Make yourself at home.

   
                   
[Glass breaks]

   
                   
MAX: What exactly is there
between you and Marilyn Monroe?

   
                   
NORA: Oh, she's just
so fucked up and glamorous...

   
                   
and losing and fighting
all the time, you know?

   
                   
I seen all her movies
at least five times,

   
                   
and also my name is Nora Baker,

   
                   
and her real name
is Norma Jean Baker.

   
                   
Get it?

   
                   
How about that coffee?

   
                   
How about it?

   
                   
Could have sworn I had me
a full can of Maxwell House.

   
                   
There's no coffee?

   
                   
Why don't I fix you
a drink instead?

   
                   
MAX: A drink?

   
                   
No. I'm trying to get my ass
home in one piece.

   
                   
If you can't drive,
you might as well drink, right?

   
                   
How can you be out of coffee?

   
                   
This couch opens up into a bed.

   
                   
- I'm not staying here.
- I'll wake you up early.

   
                   
No. I'm not going to sleep here.

   
                   
What do you want to do?

   
                   
You want to call a taxi
and come back in the morning?

   
                   
Do you have a bathroom?

   
                   
Hi.

   
                   
I don't feel very well.

   
                   
I think I might just
lie down for a moment.

   
                   
Poor baby.

   
                   
Janey.

   
                   
You're so beautiful.

   
                   
More?

   
                   
Yes.

   
                   
Say please.

   
                   
Please.

   
                   
[Buzzing]

   
                   
NORA: Find anything interesting?

   
                   
I hope you had a good time.

   
                   
You needed it.

   
                   
Will I see you again?

   
                   
No.

   
                   
NORA: For a minute there,
I really did think...

   
                   
you were just going
to up and surprise me.

   
                   
[Beep]

   
                   
Hello, Max.
This is your mother.

   
                   
[Tape fast forwards]

   
                   
[Beep]

   
                   
NEIL: Hey, partner,
sorry about the lecture.

   
                   
I was way out of line.
Where the hell are you?

   
                   
You didn't jump
off a bridge, did you?

   
                   
Call me. I promise not to
make you screw anybody.

   
                   
MAX: Ha ha ha!

   
                   
[Beep]

   
                   
Hello, Max.
It's Heidi Solomon.

   
                   
I'm taking a chance here,
but, uh...

   
                   
I've got an extra ticket
to the symphony tonight.

   
                   
It's all Schumann,

   
                   
and I'd love for you
to join me if you're free.

   
      

 2 ) 迷死我的james spader

我迷上的并不是《Boston Legal》里的James Spader,我迷上的是20年前的James Spader。对,我是在2009.11.16无意中看了《性,谎言,录像带》时迷上他的,一发不可收拾,热血沸腾的BT了《情挑六月花》看到凌晨1点。。。大家可能会觉得为什么是《情挑六月花》这部在他的作品里最不怪诞,最不特别的来看,我来告诉你原因:因为,百度James Spader时,大多数的网友都说如果是冲着James Spader这个人去的话,一定要看的就是《情挑六月花》了,这是James Spader容貌,身材,气质都最迷人最顶峰的时候拍的。他的半睁半眯的迷离的蓝色眼睛;他的精致的瘦削的刚刚好的脸颊;他的眼睛往下看时最让我着迷的金黄色的睫毛;他的秀美细长又不失锋芒的眉毛;他的略显单薄的嘴(但是他有我最爱的上翘的嘴角足以弥补)以及嘴唇一张一合间露出的整齐洁白的完美的牙齿;他的特别的因为有肉而显得整个人都很可爱的下巴;他的因为细而不显粗糙的金黄色的头发;他的深受我喜欢的白皙的干净的长长的手指(仿佛钢琴家一样);他的被无数网友赞美的光洁的皮肤,恰到好处的肌肉,匀称的身体。。。我一直以为用干净来评价一个男人的外在那就算最高的评价了,James Spader是我心目中一个非常干净漂亮的男人。

忍不住百度了James Spader,看到了他现在的样子,原来男人也是适用于美人迟暮的这句话的,20年的岁月已经把他精美瘦削的面部轮廓打磨的圆滑,他曾经清秀的身材也变得臃肿起来,笑容还是很腼腆,但是少了些什么呢?是天真,迷茫吧,依然上翘的嘴角挂着的是淡淡的无奈和走过岁月对世事的不屑。这才是现实,我却总是更喜欢之前的样子之前的感觉,就像是这段时间同时为之疯狂的《日出之前》和《日落之前》一样,我却是更迷恋于九年前他们还是二十二三青春少年时,是我自己的问题吧?总是想抓住时间,希望一切停住不要变,但是,时间怎么会停留呢?它就像James Spader的一声浅浅叹息,还没经意,已经过去。。。

附上James Spader《性,谎言,录像带》和《情挑六月花》海报以纪念我刚刚爱上的却是20年前的他。。

 3 ) respecting and true love

很多真爱的开始都是伴随一场没有戏剧性没有浪漫的开始,且大多数都是由性开始的。see,有一种可能,不是真爱难觅,假设任何一个人都有对应好几个真爱候选人在哪儿,但是与其中某个相爱了,是因为一场可持续的遇见/开始,让彼此了解对方真正样子,这种爱随着了解对方深入而明白自己爱对方程度的多少。
Max在前妻未死之前,也是爱,在前妻死后消沉了两年,证明这种爱的程度深浅;在Max遇到Nora后,一次一次接触,一次一次做爱,他觉得自己想要Nora程度胜于前妻,这说明Nora和他之间的关系更贴近本质的他,于是冲破一切束缚。除开中国之外的大多数欧洲国家,很多人很容易陷入爱情,因为她们一旦有了好感之后,就会开始去可持续的尝试,当这种可持续尝试不适合他们时候,就抽身了,继续寻找下一个有感觉的对象,无论男人还是女人,所以找到the one的概率大很多。
试想,一个普通小伙儿坐在对面,肉眼只能看到他的皮囊,但是他的想法,他的价值观,他的性格,肉眼看不到,需要交谈,talk,了解,也许,这种了解在外国人中普遍会参夹性,且不评论了解对方的方式。Max在汉堡店、酒吧、及看到Nora肮脏破败公寓时,他不会知道,oh my god,她是我的真爱,我想和这个女人在一起一辈子。
动物无论高级还是低级,都会相互作伴的需要,人类这个名词也是具有特殊高级神经中枢系统区别其他动物的一个词语,一个人总是孤独的,两个人的体温相互给予可以维持精神上、身体上的维持。

 4 ) 原谅我的恶趣味

作为一个中年已婚妇女我必须承认,这个片子唯一吸引我的就是男主。他太好看了!好看成这样的男人,为何会被女主吸引,我真的想不明白。我不相信这样的爱情,如果有,也只是因为男主太年轻。原谅我的直率。(如果十年前看,我也一定相信真爱,我向任何一路神佛保证)

女主的姿态真的不太好。就角色而言,她不够自爱,第一天晚上精虫上脑睡小鲜肉的场景让人不忍卒睹。邋遢、自卑、浅薄无知,为什么男主要降低自己去迎合她?就为了性?美国当年的性资源匮乏成这样了吗?

我只是有了一个有趣的发现,十二年后的男主是这样的,你不能不说人的潜力是无限的。

 5 ) 一场无法结束的艳遇

一个不相信爱情的人,看完这部电影有什么感觉呢?电影毕竟只是电影。我是这么想的。恐怕绝大多数人也这么想。可我又不禁怀疑,这世界上或许真的有那么一种感情呢,在世俗的理解之外存在。

    我应该这么相信的,不能吃不到葡萄说葡萄酸。就像人们对电影的评价一样,他们认为其最终落入俗套。

    如果你每次看到爱情这个字眼,都想起了一个人,那么你是爱他的,至少曾经爱过。只是我们大多数人没有那么幸运,遇不到太过美好的结局。所以电影要帮我们圆梦,如果,詹姆斯最后没有和苏珊在一起,那么,是世俗的胜利,如果在一起了,也许是爱情的胜利,但过多的,我以为是身体的,这是一场形而下的爱情,但人,毕竟首先是动物性的,也许,这种趋向于本能的爱情,会比那些所谓的精神恋爱来得持久,因为身体是最忠诚的,不易改变的。

    这也许是爱情最初的宗旨和缘起。

    
    只有那特定的人才能打开身体的密码,解开一道一道的心结,只有他,让灵与肉完美地契合,这当然是爱情的最高境界。

    故事很简单,他们在酒吧相遇,是她勾引了他,他们产生了一丝丝的惺惺相惜,然后醉了,于是一夜情。生活中很常见的情景,只不过往往一夜发生,隔日那情,便蒸发在了白晃晃的日光之下,不复记起,也或许是彼此都没有解开对方身体的密码,于是永远别过。

    他们打开了一条秘密的通道,洞悉了彼此的身体。

    这是一种多么美妙的感觉。

     
    我们往往想窥到世俗的另一面,因为我们总是无法超越。无法超越的原因其实不是其他,而是我们自己。

    就像詹姆斯最后找到苏珊所说,他所不能面对的,只是他自己,而令他难堪的,也只是他自己而已。世俗的眼光只有自己认同了才能发生作用。

    但在这一点上,我承认我们大多数人都无法超越,这既是这部电影的超越处,也是其不现实之处,因为其从某种意义上,违背了人性。矛盾的人性。所以现实故事中更多忧伤,因为不够决绝,太多顾念,反而得不偿失。

     而一意孤行的故事,又有几多美好,几多不幸呢?他们最后,又将过上什么样的生活呢?故事都有个结局,而生活没有。

    冷暖自知,一切,都得靠自己经营了。

 6 ) 为什么现在没有这样的爱情电影了——创造爱

我是看着这些电影长大,《廊桥遗梦》,《闻香识女人》,《剪刀手爱德华》,,,,相比欧洲-巴黎中心的恋爱混合着更多哲学的主义道理,美式喜剧正如崇尚巴黎的人所说,简单,直接,“傻”。

好像只有我把这些爱情当真,他们为何不是真的?

还是无法对爱cynical。

影片中, 女主。男主。

现在为什么不拍这样的电影了

 短评

“当鞋子合适的时候,脚被忘却了;当腰带合适的时候,腹部被忘却了;当心灵正确的时候,‘赞同’与‘反’都被忘却了”。——奥修《当鞋合脚时》

8分钟前
  • Valentina
  • 还行

有James Spader的片子光是养眼分就可以给五星,但剧情太简单扣一星 。金睫毛妖孽大叔 James Spader,从没见过能把普通的上班装穿得那么性感的男人 。 叔年轻的时候就是个耀目靓仔 , 长得像Tony Curtis 。Susan阿姨你不仅仅是吃了嫩草, 还是长在仙岛上最得天地厚最水嫩的那株。

12分钟前
  • 猫龟🐌
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重点是James的情欲戏~!这家伙确实是情欲戏高手啊~~一场Blow job被他演的好像天使被引诱堕天一样~~

13分钟前
  • EuticphicL
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其实是个挺有趣有质感的主流爱情片 两个主演表现很好 年轻的James spader好看到逆天啊。。。。为了弥补这个八杆子打不着不着四六的纯搅和的傻逼译名给电影带来的伤害给5星。人家明明叫White palace。。。

17分钟前
  • ಠωಠ
  • 力荐

一个好男人和一个好女人用不太平常的方式相爱。话说回来,女人无论多刚强独立还是弱体,毕竟这个世界是男权的。所以,一旦相爱年龄不成问题。

18分钟前
  • smalldie
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温暖的姐弟恋爱情,演技赞,腐情调赞,最感动人的是他们相爱的勇气。真是那样,鞋合不合适,只有自己知道。旁观者有热闹看应该心怀感恩,不能指手画脚了。

23分钟前
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Nora一个粗俗,野蛮的中年女人,我真的理解不了他们之间的爱情,最初的相互生理满足是他们在一起的原因,我也只能想到这个原因。电影确实是造梦机器,不过这个中年离异失独女人的春梦造的太假,不感人,也毫无逻辑可言。重点也是女主真的丝毫不讨人喜欢

24分钟前
  • 雨路
  • 较差

萨兰登你是上辈子修了什么福啊??部部老少配。

26分钟前
  • 小城就好
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抛开限制级的部分就完全是时下全东亚流行的大龄三无女钓到年轻高富帅的剧情;男主的宅男属性决定了他需要一个擅长室内运动的伴侣,什么社交活动who cares;Younger Men一曲道破了女青年到女中年的审美转变,人艰不拆好吗……

30分钟前
  • NigelCrane
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简直就是童话好嘛!27岁和44岁~james的眼神真是大杀器。

34分钟前
  • 🌊🌈♐
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这部我收藏了十五年的电影,最近终于断断续续分了四五次看完了。怎么讲呢?女主是不是自卑的摩羯女啊。感觉情商什么的都不在线。感情戏码扯到阶级不对等就没意思了,反正如果我年轻的时候看这部电影可能处于荷尔蒙作祟会给上四颗星,但是准中年的我只能给一颗心了。并没有让我勃起,谢谢。

38分钟前
  • 左小煮粥
  • 很差

伪装成情色片的真挚细腻诚意之作

42分钟前
  • 以遨以嬉
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再没见过比James Spader更适合女上位的男主角,以及地毯卷边都不能忍受的龟毛性格。

47分钟前
  • 水仙操
  • 还行

应该算是姐弟恋作品中最酷的一部,93年的日剧《爱无谎言》就是抄袭的这个片子。水葱嫩的詹姆斯.斯派德后来就一直以拍情色片为已任,而苏珊.萨兰登则是唯一一位我认为无法用“女王”来概括的尖刀型女演员,她更像彪悍的女巫。

50分钟前
  • 暗地妖娆
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这姐弟恋谈得,太暖了,结局太猛了。两位美人儿。 从《性、谎言和录像带》到这部,James Spader给我的感觉就是一朵忧郁的小甜心,还美得要命,太迷人!

53分钟前
  • RealityBites
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可喜欢这个结局。没有狗血的上层社会的接受容纳,而是勇于面对真实的自己。It's not you that I'm ashamed of, it's me I'm ashamed of. 【彼时的斯大人简直太美艳了!

55分钟前
  • Bearnne
  • 力荐

这个故事做得非常非常精细,堪称对90年代美国中产的一个精妙侧写。Max爱Nora的原因开头几笔就写明了:小城犹太人、乖孩子中产、母亲极富控制欲有强迫症(单亲),青梅竹马的妻子如果没有猝死,他一生就这样循规蹈矩地交待了。可是妻子离世后,来自另一个阶级的Nora却给了沉溺在痛苦中的他一个机会,她的直率和毫不掩饰让Max最终明白了自身的真实需求——Max其实是个慵懒性感的宅男,不喜欢刻板的“美国梦”——小城中产那套让他厌烦得要死,所以最后他和女主去纽约(大城市更包容)了。另外,我才意识到,JS长了张文艺复兴时天使的脸,金色长睫毛覆盖着忧伤恭顺的眼,放到意大利湿壁画里毫不违和,但又配了一个极为有力和肉感的下巴,还有强健干净的躯体,这男人能从天真羞怯忧伤直接切换到肉欲上去,也是百年难遇的极品。

58分钟前
  • OLIVE
  • 力荐

Max Baron 是那样的迷人...他就象一杯酒让人越看越醉.他安静,沉稳,内敛而不乏激情.虽然这是一个老套的故事,然而正是这样老套的故事让我们感觉真切.最后的结局让人会心一笑,心存感动.

60分钟前
  • 弹子's
  • 还行

张小娴:女人到底想要什么?答案还不简单吗?无论她看起来想要什么,她想要的终归只有两样东西:很多的爱和很多的安全感

1小时前
  • 不再是江湖骗子
  • 力荐

男主角的眼睛总有些朦胧的美感,看介绍才知道他是个大近视眼,呵呵。

1小时前
  • 星探
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