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In what was described as "a sarcastic thriller," a detective (Ellen DeGeneres) follows a peculiar trail and encounters two brothers (Dermot Mulroney, Don Johnson) while she attempts to nail down the solution to a baffling murder.
Half-baked plot twists disorient rather than build drama.
If you like your murder tales full of plot twists and turns, and you don't get thrown off by the performances, then this one is as twisty as a snake.
Goodbye Lover is not so much a story as some kind of a board game, with too many pieces and not enough rules.
A slice of old-school Noir. Arquette makes for a terrific femme fatale.
The movie becomes so convoluted in its wry-noir scheme and narrative twisteroos, it turns banal and wearisome.
A high-quality bad movie!
The shoddy, decidedly unglamorous photography makes everything look cheap and the principals' complexions veritable roadmaps of creases and wrinkles.
A neo-noir that puts the 'lack' in black comedy!
It carefully sets up a powder keg of conflicting relationships and affairs but instead of building the natural tension, it opts for a series of gotcha's.
The film rocks with high-caliber performances especially by Ellen DeGeneres!
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