A great biopic
Last years biopics(like Walk the line)are not so good because they have
to tell all the life about the person the biopic is in only 2 hours(or
less).So I like the biopics like Capote and Kinsey because they don't
tell Capote's and Kinsey's entire life:they only tell one part of their
lives.Kinsey is a great biopic with excellent performances from Liam
Neeson,Laura Linney,John Lightow and Peter Sarsgaard.The film is very
fun and,for some persons,it will be controversial.Bill Condon,after the
superb film Gods and monsters,made another great work on another great
movie.I totally recommend this movie.
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I think Kinsey is a nice movie, showing the state of sex in the period. Liam Neeson, absolutely unique! 7/10.
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amazing movie! great feedback for psych studies.
diametric reaction vis-a-vis "tedg"s . . .
The lead comment, today's at least, to this trailblazing film effort,
strikes me as not simply "negative," but, more likely, the subjective
knee-jerk to the subject itself. "tedg" may have found the effort
almost totally ineffective or ineffectual, but this corner begs to
differ. To me, and, very possibly, scores of others, "Kinsey" is as on
target as it is unblinkingly perspicacious, from its witty asides like
herr professor's observation that a mortified female undergrad would be
hugely disappointed at the potentials of penile "growth" in tumescence.
A "western" public's askance at the verifiable parameters of human
"sex" and "sexuality" merely underlines the workaday pragmatics of the
"eastern" perceptions, i.e., the Kama Sutra and its like. An occasional
Anglo-European explorer like the late, great Sir Richard Burton, whose
widow burned notes and theses she considered inappropriate, studied and
translated some such "eastern" classics, and I would place "Kinsey" in
said ranks. But, a "society" that, a century and more after Freud and
Stekel and Carpenter, and decades after Masters and Johnson as well,
continues its scotomatic, blindered, appreciations and understandings
of the subject, deserves its "paraphilias" and outcast "perverts," and
its serial killers, not to mention institutionalized and sanctioned
mass murderers like our current administration of juvenile jocks who
insist their schoolyard bullyings, here read "genocides," are the very
hallmarks of a "free" and "democratic" republic. I wonder if "tedg" has
participated in erudite and civilized symposia on the subject, and
whether he is hip to the fact, Wikipedia'd, that the very word,
symposia, is rooted in the original Platonic Symposium that was no more
and no less than a drunken, well, tipsy at the very least, social
gathering of Athenian elites, all "men" of course, on the singular
subject of homosexuality, or "manly love"?, or teacher/student
intimacies. What's "sex" got to do with ANYthing? Make that EVERYthing.
And "Kinsey" strikes chords as well as notes on said subject, "tedg"