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Amit még mindig tudni akarsz a szexről

Amit még mindig tudni akarsz a szexről
Amit még mindig tudni akarsz a szexről Rating: 70 out of 100 based on 35 reviews.
Szereposztás
Steve Carell

Doctor Feld
Jean Smart

Eileen, Kay's Friend
Ben Rappaport

Brad, Their Son
Marin Ireland

Molly, Their Daughter
Patch Darragh

Mark, Their Son-in-Law
Brett Rice

Vince, Arnold's Friend
Becky Ann Baker

Cora, The Waitress
Elisabeth Shue

Karen, The Bartender
Charles Techman

Charlie, The Docent
Danny Flaherty

Danny, The Bookstore Clerk (as Daniel J. Flaherty)
Damian Young

Mike, The Innkeeper
Mimi Rogers

Carol, The Neighbor
Ann Harada

Ann, The Happy Wife
Termelés
Director:David Frankel
Producer:Brian Bell (line producer)
Todd Black (producer)
Jason Blumenthal (executive producer)
Guymon Casady (producer)
Chris Coggins (associate producer)
Lance Johnson (associate producer)
Nathan Kahane (executive producer)
Kelli Konop (co-producer)
Jessie Nelson (executive producer)
Steve Tisch (executive producer)
Robyn Norris (associate producer)
Writer:Vanessa Taylor
Értékelései Amit még mindig tudni akarsz a szexről
Movie Web
Romantic comedies are never a wrong genre to go out and enjoy. Everyone loves a good love story, and makes for a great couples retreat for two hours. Hope Springs delivers laughter, mild naughtiness and a blend of excellent performances from veteran...
Reel Film Reviews
Directed by David Frankel, Hope Springs follows aging couple Kay (Meryl Streep) and Arnold (Tommy Lee Jones) as they decide to spice up their stale marriage by attending a series of counseling sessions with a renowned therapist named...
Movies.com
"Sexercise," says gentle-voiced marriage counselor Steve Carell.Or maybe he's saying, "This exercise." It's hard to tell. I saw too many punk rock bands in the '80s and my ears still ring sometimes.
Cole Smithey
If it weren’t for its outdated music video segues, “Hope Springs” could just be the best romantic comedy about marriage ever made. Television writer Vanessa Taylor’s terrific debut feature script provides an ideal stage for two of cinema’s finest...
Screen Jabber
Streep and Jones play Kay and Arnold, a middle-class couple who have been married for 31 years. They sleep in separate bedrooms due to his snoring and haven't had sex for more than four years. She wants to reinvigorate their relationship and signs...
Értékelései Amit még mindig tudni akarsz a szexről
Movie Web
Romantic comedies are never a wrong genre to go out and enjoy. Everyone loves a good love story, and makes for a great couples retreat for two hours. Hope Springs delivers laughter, mild naughtiness and a blend of excellent performances from veteran...
Reel Film Reviews
Directed by David Frankel, Hope Springs follows aging couple Kay (Meryl Streep) and Arnold (Tommy Lee Jones) as they decide to spice up their stale marriage by attending a series of counseling sessions with a renowned therapist named...
Movies.com
"Sexercise," says gentle-voiced marriage counselor Steve Carell.Or maybe he's saying, "This exercise." It's hard to tell. I saw too many punk rock bands in the '80s and my ears still ring sometimes.
Cole Smithey
If it weren’t for its outdated music video segues, “Hope Springs” could just be the best romantic comedy about marriage ever made. Television writer Vanessa Taylor’s terrific debut feature script provides an ideal stage for two of cinema’s finest...
Screen Jabber
Streep and Jones play Kay and Arnold, a middle-class couple who have been married for 31 years. They sleep in separate bedrooms due to his snoring and haven't had sex for more than four years. She wants to reinvigorate their relationship and signs...
iHaveNet.com
Their kids up and grown, Kay and Arnold Soames, of Omaha, Neb., have been married 31 years. Kay, a retail shop worker played by Meryl Streep, has begun to count the hours within those years. Their rut, not uncomfortable but not letting in much light...
Eric D. Snider
I’ve never been married, let alone been to a marriage counselor, so I can’t be certain that “Hope Springs” is authentic. But its depiction of fizzling marriages and couples therapy sure feels like it rings true, and it sure seemed to hit home with the...
St. Petersburg Times
Hope Springs is the story of Arnold and Kay Soames, married for 31 years and going through all the motions except sexual ones for the past few. They sleep in separate bedrooms. They wouldn't even cuddle if they didn't. Each morning after nothing...
Film4
For most people, romantic comedies are an escape. With that in mind, most romantic comedies aren't really about most people - and that's where David Frankel, director of Hope Springs takes the reins. Even if the tale of a mousy woman trying to spice up...
NJ.com
For some marriages, after the first few decades — or first few kids, or even the first few years — the “good enoughs” set in.
One Guy's Opinion
Marriage counselors should love “Hope Springs,” a movie that serves as propaganda for their profession, but has been crafted to go down as pleasantly as possible. Like one of those British comedy-dramas featuring stars of a certain age in gentle...
MediaMikes
Kay (Streep) and Arnold (Jones) have been married for 31 years. Their daily routines have become just that…routine. Kay rises early to make Arnold’s breakfast (2 eggs and 1 strip of bacon) and watches him go off to work.
Hollywood
The trailers for Hope Springs might lead you to believe it's a romantic comedy about a couple trying to jumpstart their sexless marriage, but it causes more empathetic cringing than chuckles. Audiences will be drawn to Hope Springs by its stars...
CinemaBlend.com
Admit it-- you never, ever thought you'd see Tommy Lee Jones and Meryl Streep in a bedroom scene together. That's not just because of Hollywood's well-documented aversion to love scenes between anyone under the age of 30, though that's part of it too.
madison.com
Here’s how surprisingly effective "Hope Springs" is: It will make you want to go home and have sex with your spouse afterward. Or at least share a longer hug or a more passionate kiss.
JoBlo's Movie Emporium
First off, this isn't as zany as it sounds. I know, I know- Meryl and grumpy old Tommy Lee- being encouraged by Steve Carell as the shrink. I mean, Steve Carell as a shrink? Doesn't he usually need one in movies like this? However, to my surprise...
Fresno Bee
"Hope Springs" is a return to the classic romance. Seasoned actors Tommy Lee Jones and Meryl Streep play a long-married couple who have reached apathetic levels. Arnold (Jones) is content to live an uneventful life; Kay (Streep) longs to rekindle the...
Reel Views
Hope Springs has the unusual distinction of providing a sample of what an Ingmar Bergman movie might be like if made for mass American consumption. The production leavens the painful psychological introspection that defined the Swedish director's...
Slant Magazine
In many of its scenes, Hope Springs proceeds like a talky play, with two first-rate thespians sharing long exchanges of contemplative dialogue, and proving to the audience that true talents can imbue stereotypes with soul.
Groucho Reviews
“I want a real marriage again.” With those words—in the new dramedy Hope Springs—Meryl Streep’s housewife throws the gauntlet before her husband of thirty-one years, played by Tommy Lee Jones. Despite the film’s title, which sounds suspiciously like a...
Entertainment Weekly
Hope Springs, a serious American adult drama about the complications of intimacy in a long-term marriage, wraps itself in the safety of a surface-y American comedy about an aging married couple fumbling with sex — the lack of it.
RedEye
Is it asking too much that a movie about a married couple trying to recapture the spark avoid something as obvious as Al Green's “Let's Stay Together?”
Richard Roeper.com
“A master class in acting from Streep and Jones.”
Orlando Weekly
It's not rude to call Hope Springs, the new feature from The Devil Wears Prada and Marley & Me director David Frankel, a geriatric drama, but it's certainly inadequate. Hope Springs does star aging treasures Meryl Streep and Tommy Lee Jones as an...
Monsters and Critics
Hope Springs may not appeal to the young but older auds may find plenty to cheer about. Tommy Lee Jones and Meryl Streep have magnificent chemistry as a married couple struggling to save their thirty year marriage.
New York Post
‘Hope Springs,’’ a funny and perceptive comedy-drama starring a very fine Meryl Streep and Tommy Lee Jones as a long-married couple trying to revive their dormant sex life, achieves a significant cinematic landmark.
Shockya.com
Not sure what the numeric qualifications are to be considered an ensemble cast nominee, but the three key characters here put on an acting clinic in Hope Springs.
Quickflix
Don’t be fooled by the promotional material; Hope Springs is not a comedy. It’s actually something much more interesting: an adult drama dealing with adult issues in a minimalist way. Unlike the cloying contrivances of Something’s Gotta Give and It’s...
ABC Radio (Australia)
This excruciatingly slow later-life marital drama from David Frankel (The Devil Wears Prada, which was a good film) feels like a nine-page New Yorker story that has been horribly, pointlessly stretched out to feature film form.
Time Out London
In ‘Mamma Mia!’ Meryl Streep played Donna, a free spirit who’d cut loose and hit the hippy trail in the 1960s. Her character in ‘Hope Springs’, Kay, could be the sister she left behind – the good girl who married a meat-and-potatoes man...
Empire
Very funny, it’s also penetrating on the ravages of time on love and marriage and sweetly touching, but with abundantly incongruous randy content to heartily amuse.
Shadows on the Wall
Hope Springs Promoted as a freewheeling middle-aged comedy in the It's Complicated vein, this is actually a serious relationship drama with a few humorous touches. It features solid performances from Streep and Jones, but audiences expecting hilarity...
Express.co.uk
NO ONE can accuse Meryl Streep of coasting. You might think the actress would opt for a little light comedy after her grueling Oscar-winning performance as Margaret Thatcher and, on the surface, Hope Springs appears to be just that: a simple story of...
TotalFilm.com
Every now and then, in its own conservative way, Hollywood tries something a bit radical. This comedy-drama about sexagenarian sexy times marks one of those instances.
MovieXclusive.com
How can a romance movie appeal to mainstream audiences and still attract art house audiences to the cinema in equal numbers? It’s a tricky terrain that studios have been trying to traipse across for the longest time.
Szereposztás
Meryl Streep...Kay
Tommy Lee Jones...Arnold
Steve Carell...Doctor Feld
Jean Smart...Eileen, Kay's Friend
Ben Rappaport...Brad, Their Son
Marin Ireland...Molly, Their Daughter
Patch Darragh...Mark, Their Son-in-Law
Brett Rice...Vince, Arnold's Friend
Becky Ann Baker...Cora, The Waitress
Elisabeth Shue...Karen, The Bartender
Charles Techman...Charlie, The Docent
Danny Flaherty...Danny, The Bookstore Clerk (as Daniel J. Flaherty)
Damian Young...Mike, The Innkeeper
Mimi Rogers...Carol, The Neighbor
Ann Harada...Ann, The Happy Wife
Susan Misner...Dana, Doctor Feld's Wife
Fernando Lara...Counsler
John Franchi...Driver (uncredited)
Anita Storr...Beach goer wedding scene (uncredited)
Mary A. DeBriae...Disgusted Grocery Shopper (uncredited)
Bill Ladd...Sam (uncredited)
Bob Dio...Car Driver (uncredited)
...Bride
Paul Jude Letersky...Paul, The Unhappy Husband
...Woman in Library
Jack Haley...Jack, The Happy Husband
Rony Clanton...Ronnie, The Taxi Driver
John Srednicki...John, The Waiter
Madeline Ruskin...Maddie, Brad's Girlfriend
Rogina Bedell-O'Brien...Rogina, The Exiting Patient
Stephen Lee Davis...Steve, The Grocery Shopper
David Boston...Man Walking on Beach (uncredited)
Victor Franko...Driver (uncredited)
Luis Sanchez...Garbage Man (uncredited)
Jamie Christopher White...Maine Fisherman (uncredited)
Amy Casey...Airplane Passenger (uncredited)
Termelés
Director:David Frankel
Producer:Brian Bell (line producer)
Todd Black (producer)
Jason Blumenthal (executive producer)
Guymon Casady (producer)
Chris Coggins (associate producer)
Lance Johnson (associate producer)
Nathan Kahane (executive producer)
Kelli Konop (co-producer)
Jessie Nelson (executive producer)
Steve Tisch (executive producer)
Robyn Norris (associate producer)
Writer:Vanessa Taylor
Composer:Theodore Shapiro
Cinematographer:Florian Ballhaus
Editing:Matt Maddox
Steven Weisberg
Casting:Margery Simkin
Production Design:Stuart Wurtzel
Art Director:Patricia Woodbridge
Set Decorator:George DeTitta Jr.
Costume Design:Ann Roth
Makeup:Diane Dixon (key hair stylist)
Jerry Popolis (hair department head)
Erika Abberton (hair stylist)
J. Roy Helland (hair stylist: Ms. Streep)
Linda Kaufman (makeup artist)
Joanna McCarthy (key makeup artist)
Louise McCarthy (makeup department head)
Production Management:Brian Bell (unit production manager)
Frank Murray (production supervisor)
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