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Those Lips, Those Eyes(1980)

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  • those lips, those eyes

    • kevin sellers
    • 4/17/16

    Ok coming of age pic. It's certainly no "Breaking Away," which was made around the same time. Best thing about it is Frank Langella's portrait of artistic frustration and failure. This skilled actor makes you both sympathize with and dislike his small time actor, Harry Chrystal. Unfortunately, everyone else is fairly forgettable, saddled as they are with interpreting screenwriter David Shaber's stereotypical characters (Tom Hulce's callow, sensitive youth; Glynis O'Connor's callous, devious dancer, Kevin McCarthy's sleazy agent, Jerry Stiller's gruff but loving blue collar dad, etc etc) and Michael Pressman's less than scintillant direction (with crappy cinematography and sound, to boot.) Let's give it a generous C plus for Langella. P.S. The Catholic Legion's condemnation of this 1980 film for its single generic sex scene, while giving a pass to "Raging Bull," "Friday The 13th," "Dressed To Kill," and "American Gigolo," is beyond nutty. It's like going out to hunti for elephants and suddenly deciding to bag a porcupine.

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