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Passion, 1 Blu-ray, 101 minutes


Deux femmes se livrent à un jeu de manipulation pervers au sein d'une multinationale. Isabelle est fascinée par sa supérieure, Christine. Cette dernière profite de son ascendant sur Isabelle pour l'entraîner dans un jeu de séduction et de manipulation, de domination et de servitude...

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En cuanto a la película,estupenda,lo único que me hubiera gustado es que hubiera tenido subtítulos en inglés..por lo demás buena edición
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Alguien puede decirme si el bluray de passion es multizona y se puede ver en España.Me refiero al de importacion USA.Gracias!!!!!
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31 de 41 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
HASH(0xa4f51b4c) de un máximo de 5 estrellas A movie that keeps you guessing and stays one step ahead of you. Super entertaining and I highly recommend this. I say A- 16 de septiembre de 2013
Por Tony Heck - Publicado en
Formato: Blu-ray
"There's no backstabbing here, it's just business." Christine (McAdams) and Isabelle (Rapace) are ad executives who have friendly relationship. After coming up with a great ad idea for jeans Isabelle is sent to London to pitch it. When it becomes a hit and is picked up Christine takes the credit. This event begins a chain reaction of trying to one up the other that quickly spirals out of control. I have been watching as many movies as I can without seeing the trailer first, that way I have no preconceived expectations. That said knowing Noomi Rapace was in this and Brian De Palma directed this I was excited. I was not disappointed at all. De Palma is the master of the erotic thriller and he again proves why with this movie. The beginning is a little slow but you will be glad you stuck with it. Because I watch so many movies I am getting very good at predicting how a movie will play out. This is one that was consistently one step ahead of me and as soon as I thought I knew what was going on I was proved wrong. To me that is what makes a good movie, being surprised with how it will go keeps you watching and wondering. I am very surprised at how much I enjoyed this. I highly recommend this. I give it an A-.
6 de 8 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
HASH(0xa55acc48) de un máximo de 5 estrellas LESSER REMAKE OF FRENCH MOVIE CRIME D'AMOUR -- link included below 6 de septiembre de 2013
Por MyD -- The Viewpoint - Publicado en
Formato: Blu-ray

I love both Rachel McAdams and Noomi Rapace in other films, but I feel perhaps they were not used correctly here. Most Americans viewing this film will assume it's an original work if they haven't seen the previous French movie Love Crime (Crime D'Amour). In fact, Passion is a very close copy of the superior French film staring Kristin Scott Thomas and Ludivine Sagnier.

McAdams doesn't have as much of the look of power and authority required for a manipulative business executive (too young) and Noomi Rapace struggles trying to be the young ingénue up-and-comer in the company (she has the harder street smart look). Actually, if they just switched rolls I think Noomi could have projected the slightly more mature authority figure while Mcadams could be the young protégé. Where the French version builds the mystery within a mystery - piece by meticulous piece, the suspense mechanisms in this film come across trite and perfunctory by comparison. If you only watch the US version, you may find it a passable mystery at best unless you are a die hard De Palma fan. Additionally, I didn't find the chemistry between McAdams and Rapace that convincing and the movie as a whole just wasn't that sexy, particularly for the R rating and hype surrounding the film.

THE PLOT (No spoilers): A rising female advertising executive uses the romantic infatuation of her bright young female assistant to manipulate her into giving ideas, which she steals to promote her own career. Further, she then humiliates the assistant once she has what she wants. The assistant is more than just a bright study with a penchant for powerful women. Needless to say, things take a dark turn for several of the characters involved. This is a little simplistic since both movies try to project more allegorical meanings while plumbing deep emotional and psychological depths. However, I don't wish to give any spoilers so I will leave it at that. There are also plot divergences between the two movies as they deal with the later half of the film and I found the previous French version more satisfying in that respect as well.

I would not call the French version a masterpiece, but it has great depth, meticulous construction of the crime, suspense, and believable sapphic infatuation. Ludivine Sagnier is far more sexy and believable as the naïve assistant that is initially manipulated in the affair.

De Palma fans will want to see this movie and may even appreciate it greatly. For other viewers it's probably a mixed bag.
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HASH(0xa4f51714) de un máximo de 5 estrellas ridiculously bad but Rachel McAdams was gorgeous 8 de septiembre de 2013
Por Lezzfic - Publicado en
Okay. I knew going into it that this movie was pretty bad. But I couldn't resist the idea of glimpsing sexy Rachel McAdams playing lesbian. Or bisexual. Or I don't know what she was... crazy, kinky, controlling BUT UTTERLY HOT power slut.

Christine (Rachel McAdams) is the very manipulative and ambitious boss of a big ad agency abroad. Hoping to make it to New York City, she takes credit for the ideas of an attractive employee she likes to flirt with... setting off a chain of retaliation and revenge. I was enjoying the initial seduction. But it doesn't go ANYWHERE you really want it to go if you're hoping for some appealing chemistry and fooling around.

Rachel McAdams seems to be reprising her shallow Mean Girls blonde... all grown up, in charge, and probably a closet lesbian. She has this thing going with a slender male employee who wears a feminine mask when they boink, and I had a great laugh over the strap on he pulls out of her drawer (but no, we don't get to see her wear one dammit, lol)... unfortunately, we never get to see her play out her fantasies with any women either. Disappointing. Lustful looks and a few hugs and kisses is all the f/f action in this movie. Meh. Just another silly psycho lesbian thriller... a 1980s throwback.

McAdams was awesome and believable in Mean Girls... here I couldn't buy her as the boss with the similar persona (and looks). Too immature and crazy. I don't know. It just didn't work. But she sure was beautiful and stylishly dressed in any case. And when the movie only focuses on the brunette the last half hour... how dull it was. I laughed out loud at the ending, though I probably wasn't supposed to. Oh hell, I laughed all through this story even though I probably wasn't supposed to!! omg... this was so bad, lol. It shoulda been made as a (black) comedy. Regina George wasn't meant to be in any other genre. But I loved how stylish the filming was and how beautiful Rachel McAdams was. Disappointed she didn't get to play full on lesbian (yep, that's all I came here to find)... but what can I say. When you're a fan, you sit through the bad stuff, lol....
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HASH(0xb3662990) de un máximo de 5 estrellas A ludicrous plot about truly stupid people 18 de febrero de 2014
Por M. Bullions - Publicado en
Formato: DVD
Occasionally, a movie will sound so good on paper, only to be a massive train wreck when it hits the big screen. Critics will take note of this, and it will make no money at all as a result. “Passion” stars Rachel McAdams and Noomi Rapace as young women working in an advertising firm. One betrays the other, they make up, and a million more betrayals, including an unconvincing lesbian subplot happen. Eventually, the movie devolves into a catfight. A poorly plotted, ridiculously unconvincing and saddeningly poorly acted catfight.

McAdams is in Regina George mode, playing Christine, more or less the head bitch in charge. Except now Regina is maybe fifteen years older, and hadn’t learned a single thing from the accident that almost claimed her life. Rapace, who I really did like in the Swedish “Girl With the Dragon Tattoo” miniseries, has no reason to really be here. Her character Isabelle is gullible, stupid, confused and massively unlikable, even though I’m pretty sure she’s supposed to be the protagonist.

Brian DePalma has had massive success in movies like this in the past, but I hate to say that he should have let this one sit in post-production hell. McAdams and Rapace are both fine actresses, and they really do try their best, but these characters are so one-sided and so bland, that even talented actresses like these find themselves all dressed up with no place to go.

If you like a soap opera-esque story that reinforces hideous and misogynistic gender stereotypes, “Passion” might be for you. If you can’t see yourself liking a story that involves two gorgeous women fighting over an ugly man, as well as occasional lesbianism, murder, twin sisters that show up at inconvenient times, and a royal letdown of an ending, I say you should skip this one.

Grade: F
16 de 24 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
HASH(0xa4f51204) de un máximo de 5 estrellas Stick with the Original 14 de octubre de 2013
Por T. Berner - Publicado en
Formato: DVD
There is an entire genre of Hollywood movies which consist of remakes of better European movies. You take a movie with good reviews (The Vanishing, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo). You have a talentless screenwriter ruin the script and assign it to a hack director. You multiply the budget by ten and then you sit back and wonder why the reviews are so bad. These movies almost always stink and this one is no exception.

Based on a much better (but no classic) French movie called, in English, "Love Crime," this movie tells the story of rivalry of a senior ad executive and her assistant that arises when the senior executive steals the idea of her assistant. Like most French movies, the movie is worth watching, first, because the writing, like most French movies, treats its viewers like adults. The screenwriter doesn't insert into his movie dialogue that no one has ever uttered in the history of the spoken word because he trusts the movie's viewers to make inferences and guides them to the assumptions they need to make in order to make the movie realistic.

The second failure of Hollywood is that no one there knows how grown-ups behave. This is because there are no adults in Hollywood. Rachel McAdams is an adequate actor in light comedy playing ingénues, but she doesn't have a clue how to behave like an employee in an office, let alone a high powered business executive. In fairness to Ms. McAdams, almost no one else in Hollywood does either. Anyone who has spent any time in an office will find the dialogue totally implausible. In contrast, Ms. Scott Thomas is completely believable as a senior executive in Love Crimes and the office scenes were written by someone who either spent time in an office or has enough of an imagination to figure out how office workers behave.

Why does Hollywood keep proving to us that they produce a third rate product.

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