Two Girls & A Guy [DVD]  [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC]
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This film is different. It isnt about telling a story. Its about acting.
At times I must admit, even as a devoted Downey fan, I was curious as to where the plot was going. The whole movie is filmed in one flat, which is basically one room. The script is vague, and I think the majority of the speach is improvised. Although these factors may frighten some away, they are in fact, what makes this film so good.
The acting is fantastic, and because it is a low budget film, with no bombs going off in the background, or car chases, it lets the audience get drawn in, and concentrate purley on what is being said.
Thats it really. But in conclusion, if you are a fan of the three actors, aspecially Robert Downey Jr, this is a film for you. Overflowing with rich, pure talent, it entices you and if you let it, can at times make you feel like you are watching the action from the other side of the studio.
This film is certainly not like any other film I've seen. Downey Jnr is infuriatingly charming, despite being caught out by his two girlfriends he still tries to talk his way out of it, the classic line being "I'm an actor and actors lie".
His two girlfriends react alot more calmly than I would! Natasha Gregson Wagner is great as streetwise Lou but I'm not really a fan of Heather Graham and she is particularly bland in this role.
Though the whole film is based in the same apartment and is very dark at times, this film is still worth seeing. Great for fans of Robert Downey Jnr and hopefully a deterent for any potential double-daters!
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It would be a terrific exercise/experiment/experience to know enough of each person to contextualize why they did or did not like this film. I actually typically find I like films that sprawl across cities and countries, epic of backdrop. But what was so fantastic about this film is that it was epic of performance, of communication, of a different landscape of love than one normally encounters in films.
I suppose, cinematographically (sp), it unfolds like a expanded play or a focused Mamet film. I remember exclaiming, during a particularly heated argument-communication, "that's how it IS!" -- there were just so many incredibly authentic relationship-communication details in a movie largely about deceits (self and other) and truths.
I believe I saw the film "Jules et Jim" after this (although it is much older) but was terrifically excited to see the fim poster for "Jules et Jim" hanging on a wall in Downey's apt. Ok, point. The POINT is that this film is ultimately an exploration of the complexities and vagaries of love and sexuality. Not that this film was a successful (or intentional) treatment of polyamory of open/liberated love, it did touch upon this possibility in a way I appreciated.
Ok, ok, so I haven't seen it in awhile but, at the time, I saw it probably 4 or 5 times. If you're really interested in relationship dynamics; if you're interested in seeing communication and conversations that have an air of reality and authenticity (better than reality shows, imho, because there is still an intentionality to the direction...like distilled reality gems); if you're intrigued by the full range and manifestation relationships can take; if you love Robert Downey Jr. and want to see an intimate performance; if you have crushes on Heather Graham or Natasha Gregson Wagner (I do! although I'm not sure I can spell her name)...then this movie is for you.
When we look at a film of relationships and say "that's not how it is," it is possibly because we're comparing it to the limited depictions of relationships we've so far seen on screen. The reality of relationships is that they are crazier than we can dream of, I daresay. Right? People loving people is really, in ways, a forefront of human evolution... the lengths we're willing to go to, the energy, the rises, the falls...we push ourselves in ways we would not have thought, watching ourselves, we ever would.