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Uncover critical work in your field and confidently measure comparative performance using impact analytics and transparent metrics.With a top-flight cast led by recent Oscar winners Kevin Spacey and Helen Hunt, along with Haley Joel Osment, again outstanding in his first feature since “The Sixth Sense,” Warner Bros.has everything it needs to promote this serious-minded, well-acted picture as one of the major prestige releases of the fall.Pic’s casting is astute, with Gere underplaying like a sturdy ballet star who hoists the ballerina Roberts on his shoulders.Underlying tastelessness of the material is diffused by placing the sex scenes mainly off screen, keeping nudity to a bare minimum and contriving that Gere is the sex object on screen, notably in a bathtub scene together.And as you progressed up the ladder of success, you brought It was a rather polite world.
I know — in 1978 I was invited to be one of those chosen few. Having graduated college in New York that spring, two friends of mine and I pooled our resources and headed for “the coast” to learn to surf.
We never did, naturally, but we had a great time hanging around Santa Monica and Westwood (in those days, no one ever went “over the hill” to the Valley — that was for bikers and hookers!
)As the summer wound down, my friends began plotting their returns back east to Daddy’s real estate office or brokerage house.
Fortunately for Marshall and the viewer, film blossoms along with Roberts at around the 30- minute mark, when she doffs her unflattering Carol Charming blond wig to get natural and embark on a massively entertaining (and class conscious) shopping adventure on Rodeo Drive.
Roberts handles the transition from coarse and gawky to glamorous with aplomb, aided by Marilyn Vance-Straker’s appropriate costuming.
Sexiest routine is almost identical with a “Fabulous Baker Boys” vignette: Gere playing solo jazz piano late at night in the hotel ballroom and joined for a tryst by Roberts. Hector Elizondo, a regular in all of Marshall’s features, takes the Alan Mowbray-style hotel manager role to understatedly set up (and steal) a dozen scenes with precise comic timing.