Drama • R • 1988 • 1 hr 59 min
Beautiful people, costuming and design and John Malkovich…
What can I say? Dangerous Liaisons is at the summit of films I revere. Beauty, wit, opulence, seduction, comedy, tragedy. It has everything.
Great cast with great chemistry in this period adaptation of a classic
Based on a literary classic, Well done except Malkovitch is so homely, hard to imagine he'd seduce anybody.
Everyone is so damm young!!! it’s such a good movie, John Malkovich and Glenn Close play SO well of each other. it’s a great watch
The pure evil that reflects from this movie is portrayed in a great talent by all leads. Super intelligent directed
Que de bonne performances dans une adaptation qui va a l'essentiel c'est a dire les acteurs.
Great adaption of French tragedy novel. Fabulous American casting - wicked vs. naive. Splendid cinematography and costumes.
A story not only about love, sex and power, but of their tendency to be used as weapons capable of deceit, violence, and murder.
A period movie with a twisted side. A dark look into a world full of manipulation. And it looks amazing.
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