Town And Country [DVD] 
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Manhattan architect Porter Stoddard (Warren Beatty) is a man in trouble. His wife Ellie (Diane Keaton) has found out about his affair with cellist Alex (Nastassja Kinski) and thrown him out of the house as a result. Porter wants to mend the rift, but wherever he goes he always seems to begin another affair. Eventually, after flings with Mona (Goldie Hawn), Eugenie (Andie MacDowell), and Auburn (Jenna Elfman), Porter makes it back to New York; but can he make it up to Ellie?
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During the first half hour I wondered if the director, of no reputation, had a visual eye to rival the Stanley Kubrick's and the Ridley Scott's of the film world. The opening helicopter shot looking down on New York before tilting up to see the city skyline looks amazing. And there is a scene at night in front of a neon lit Ferris wheel which looks divine. The visuals had a solid three dimensional quality to them which reminded me of Angel Heart, directed by ad man Alan Parker. This made me realise that the film looked more like a shampoo advert then it did a normal film, or reality. Every shot was so fussily lit with surfaces gleaming or revealing rough textures that it started to look silly. The film is too glossy for its own good.
Ryan O'Neil played the lead in Kubrick's brick of a film Barry Lyndon. He was an unresponsive dead weight which sucked that film of a much needed catalyst for action. Warren Beatty's performance reminded me of him. He's a diffident, indifferent sort of man on screen. He underplays and never really shows a strong emotion. Which is fine, and is very appealing, but in his other films there are events swirling chaotically around him. His lack of strong reaction seems pleasantly different to the usual in a film like Reds or Dick Tracey. In this film though, he has no plot to work against. He is required to move, to take action and respond fully to situations in order to drive the film onwards. Which he fails to do, making the film stutter along from time to time in between long stagnant sections of nothing much.
The tone of the film is a bit odd as well. It's not an overt comedy with deliberately funny things happening or being said.Read more ›
So if you are old, well educated, and are not prejudiced against rich Americans I think you'll like it. Wonderful shots of the insanity of the Hamptons by the way.