Une Vie Inachevée (An Unfinished Life)

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Message par yamaha le Jeu 16 Sep - 13:44


Cast :
Robert Redford (VQ: Daniel Roussel) : Einar Gilkyson
Jennifer Lopez (VQ: Hélène Mondoux) : Jean Gilkyson
Morgan Freeman (VQ: Guy Nadon) : Mitch Bradley
Josh Lucas (VQ: Patrice Dubois) : Sheriff Crane Curtis
Damian Lewis (VQ: Gilbert Lachance) : Gary Watson
Camryn Manheim (VQ: Marie-Andrée Corneille) : Nina
Becca Gardner (VQ: Charlotte Mondoux) : Griff Gilkyson

Synopsis:
Jean (Jennifer lopez) et sa fille Griff quittent leur foyer car lepetit ami de Jean les frappent. Jean décide de se réfugier dans leWyoming où le père de son défunt mari possède une ferme. Ce dernier senomme Einar (Robert Redford). Einar vit avec Mitch (Morgan Freeman) etle soigne depuis que celui-ci a été attaqué par un grizzli sauvage. Einar accepte mal l’arrivée de Jean car il la considère comme responsable de la mort de son fils.

Bande Annonce :


Awards:
Prix des meilleurs maquillages de film pour Jayne Dancose, lors des Canadian Network of Makeup Artists 2004.
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Pour moi, l'un des meilleurs films drame de Jennifer ou le film (production,réalisation,script) et sa performance sont les plus aboutis.Qu'en avais vous pensé ?

J'aime beaucoup cette scène, en V.O ça passe mieux.La V.F est pas top enfin surtout sa voix.
En V.O et en HD:

Et j'aime bien la scène de baston entre le mec de JLo et Robert Redford.

Le film a fait plus de 250 000 entrées en France.Je sais pas pourquoi ça moins marché dans le reste du monde.
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Message par nadioz le Jeu 16 Sep - 15:35

^le film est sortie comme un film indépendant un peu partout comme aux états-unis.
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Message par yamaha le Jeu 16 Sep - 15:42

Pourquoi "comme" ? fallait se mettre d'accord depuis le début, c'est nul.Elle avait le bon film dans les mains, fallait de la promo.Pff
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Message par nadioz le Jeu 16 Sep - 15:56

Car le film appartenait a Miramax et Disney et c 2 studio ce sont séparé ce qui a retardé toute leur sortie de film AUL devait sortir au mois de décembre 2003 normalement pas en 2005.

Donc avant de ce séparé les 2 studio ont sortie tout leur film commun le même mois, en septembre 2005 mais il non pas investie sur la promo ou sur le nombre de salles.
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Message par yamaha le Jeu 16 Sep - 16:10

Elle a pas de chance, donc durant la periode bennifer non? ça aurait pu lui donné une chance.Elle a vraiment travaillé de 98 à 2005.Incroyable.
Chez Imbd le film a la même note que OOS je crois.

Edit : Et je comprends mieux pourquoi Redford, mentionnait Gigli quand il parlai d'elle sur le tournage.C'était cette periode.
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Message par nadioz le Jeu 16 Sep - 16:34

^ il en a parlé a la sortie du film AUL c tourné fin 2002 début 2003 ! Gigli est sortie quand elle tournait SWD.

et oouaih ça aurait pu changer pas mal de chose.
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Message par hugo le Jeu 16 Sep - 16:58

ce film est l'un de mes preférés, j'ai aimé le décors et la musique, j'aurais aimer qu'elle continue dans ce registre après ce film avant de refaire des rom-com et signer avec de gros studio (si possible) et je souviens à l'époque de la sortie du film bcq de médias penser qu'elle allé se diriger plus vers le cinéma pdt plusieurs années !!!...

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Message par nadioz le Jeu 16 Sep - 17:04

^ comme le film sa carrière est inachevée, elle fait quelque chose qui la mène dans la bonne direction mais passe a autre chose juste après si elle avait enchainé 2/3 drame après ça ça aurait été différent pour elle maintenant.

comme son choix de faire TBUP, car elle voulait s'amuser et passer un bon moment a rire sur un tournage, sérieux ? c comme ça qu'on choisi un film.. je pensait que le challenge c'est ce qui motivait les acteurs. Rolling Eyes
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Message par yamaha le Jeu 16 Sep - 17:05

Les femmes enceintes et même une fois qu'elles ont accouchés elle ont des envies bizarre lol.
Je te jure an unfinished career !
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Message par nadioz le Lun 31 Jan - 10:32

"Terrific performances by Redford, Lopez and Morgan Freeman" -- Jeff Strickler, MINNEAPOLIS STAR TRIBUNE

"and Lopez gives a fine performance as the vulnerable, guilt-ridden young widow and mother." -- Paul Clinton (CNN), CNN

"all of the performances are pitch-perfect" -- E! ONLINE

"If Jennifer Lopez continues to surround herself with real actors of serious distinction like Jane Fonda, Robert Redford and Ralph Fiennes, then sooner or later something is bound to rub off. And so, for whatever its worth, she gives her strongest performance to date in the wonderful, beautifully crafted film adaptation of Wyoming author Mark Spraggs brilliant novel An Unfinished Life. This is due in no small part to the living, breathing, three-dimensional performances of Mr. Redford, Morgan Freeman, Josh Lucas and an impressive little actress named Becca Gardner who embodies the soul of a mature woman in the body of an 11-year-old child. They make J. Lo stretch and focus and toe the mark. An Unfinished Life isnt her movieits a strong ensemble piece in which she contributes only one ingredientbut in it the pop icon shows off a great deal more than her well-publicized booty. She works hard, and the sweat pays off." -- Rex Reed, NEW YORK OBSERVER

"And, for the first time in years, Jennifer Lopez throws off the superstar cloak and gets back to basics. This is the best performance she has given since The Cell, and it recalls her early career, before she became a paparazzi darling. (One wonders if she did this film, with its opportunity to collaborate with a respected director like Hallstrm, in an attempt to rehabilitate her tarnished reputation as a thespian. Like Ben Affleck, she is still suffering from the fallout of her year of overexposure.)" -- ReelViews, James Berardinelli

"... It will have no respect for Jennifer Lopez, because she is going through a period right now when nobody is satisfied with anything she does(he's talking about why he believes a lot of critcs won't like her or the film)...And give Lopez your permission to be good again; she is the same actress now as when we thought her so new and fine." -- Chicago Sun-Times, Roger Ebert

"Lopez, however, reveals a depth and subtlety that has not been evident since her early roles." -- USA Today, Claudia Puig

"Lopez manages to un-diva-fy herself and keep it real, or real-ish." -- Chicago Tribune, Michael Phillips

"Despite solid, albeit constrained, performances from Robert Redford, Jennifer Lopez, Morgan Freeman and adolescent newcomer Becca Gardner, "An Unfinished Life" all too accurately lives up to its title." -- The Hollywood Reporter, Kirk Honeycutt

"While Lopez, Freeman and Lucas do solid work, it is Redford who seems to be having the most fun playing the crankiest geezer in town." -- Los Angeles Times, Kenneth Turan

"Jennifer Lopez is really good in this film" -- Ebert and Roeper, Richard Roeper

"And it's even good to see Jennifer Lopez dialing down her star wattage to credibly play an abused woman/single mom." -- South Florida Sun-Sentinel Tracy Allerton

"Face to face with some stellar talent the woman (Lopez) more than holds her own." -- Palo Alto Weekly, Jeanne Aufmuth

"But outweighing this film's problems, which apparently held up its release, are the performances of its terrific cast...Lopez is convincingly maternal in scenes with Gardner and convincingly sexy opposite Lucas." -- Boston Herald, James Verniere

"At first Ms. Lopez seems to be trying conscientiously not to smile, as if that will suffice for appearing downtrodden. But eventually she shows evidence of effective dramatic competence." -- Philip Wuntch, DALLAS MORNING NEWS

"The cast is excellent. Lopez plays her supporting character with a surprising lack of vanity" Seattle Post-Intelligencer, William Arnold

"Jennifer Lopez is never going to be Meryl Streep, but she's nowhere near as bad an actress as she's reputed to be. Lopez doesn't command the screen the way truly great performers do, and the characters she plays are almost always all surface: There's nothing else to them than what you ascertained at first glance. But there's a warmth to Lopez -- an easy, genuine likability -- that makes her a pleasing presence in movies, and her beauty has a touch of old-school glamour to it. In the 1940s, she would have had a long career as a supporting actress." -- Miami Herald, Rene Rodriguez

"But Lopez, who covered similar ground in the abused-female revenge fantasy Enough, is at home with the material and gives a warm and uncluttered performance." Orlando Sentinel, Roger Moore

"Lopez does a fine job as Jean" -- ReelTalk Movie Reviews, Diana Saenger

"Lopez, too, tries to shake off the glamour image, and succeeds far better than in light comedies like Maid in Manhattan, where the results have seemed too calculated and self-conscious. She stumbles a bit in her big scenes with Redford, unable to trump his grizzled indifference with her desperate passion (which is what the scene calls for), but otherwise holds her own among far more established company." -- Baltimore Sun, Chris Kaltenbach

"The trio of actors - Robert Redford, Morgan Freeman and Jennifer Lopez - give solid performances" -- FilmStew.com, Kevin Biggers

"The cast is first-rate, with three solid lead performances by Robert Redford (2004's "The Clearing" , Jennifer Lopez (2005's "Monster-in-Law" , and Morgan Freeman (2004's "Million Dollar Baby" ...Physical miscasting aside, this is Lopez's most raw and impressive performance since 2001's "Angel Eyes," proving again that she has a whole lot more talent than some give her credit for." -- TheMovieBoy.com, Dustin Putman

"What makes this little soap opera work are some astoundingly good performances...J-Lo, reminds us why she got to be famous in the first place. Her interaction with the other characters really has heart and she can make us care about her and her predicament. The fights with the various people in her life bring out a fully realized character." -- Greenwich Village Gazette Eric Lurio

"An Unfinished Life is a solid movie with good acting performances...while Lopez is able to raise her ability to match up with the old, venerable vets. It's further proof she has some talent when properly challenged." -- WaffleMovies.com, Willie Waffle

"Lopez, nobody's idea of an acting talent, nearly pulls off her part equally well, summoning an authentic inner hurt, even if she can't quite let go of the glamour." -- Portland Oregonian, Shawn Levy - In this review he's saying Lopez is almost as good as Redford.

"And, surprisingly, I don't exclude Ms. Lopez in this. After such fatuous fare as "Gigli," "Maid in Manhattan," "Shall We Dance," and "Monster-in-Law," I actually enjoyed her tough and sexy presence in this company. I'm not forgiving her the airheaded, commercial credits in her recent past, but truth be told, she's just fine here, stern, steady, striving and contending against difficult odds." -- Variagate.com, Jules Brenner (FC)

"The other actors are so good and this is such an ensemble piece that Lopez manages to come off as sweet and unassuming in her role. She is not the center of the film but she adds to the overall flavor. She is pretty and powerful when she finally lets Jean reach her stride." -- jackiekcooper.com Jackie K. Cooper

"An Unfinished Life delivers one solid performance after another. Lopez, Gardner, Lewis and Lucas are all equally up to the task. Nobody falters in this movie and that is one of the main reasons An Unfinished Life is such a satisfying movie." -- Empire Movies, Brendan Cullin

"But it does help us take Lopezs acting career a bit more seriously. A little bit. At least for now." -- Norman Transcript, Jim Chastain

"The other performers hold their own," -- Austin Chronicle, Steve Davis - here the critic is letting us know the other actors hold their own against Redford including Lopez

"Jennifer Lopez is just fine as the woman drowning her own guilt in abusive relationships. She doesn't overplay and is believable in her understatement."
-- Reeling Reviews, Laura Clifford

"Lopez, surely impressed by such company, drops the smoochy star mannerisms of her work in "Jersey Girl" and "Monster-in-Law." Swedish director Lasse Hallstrom is awfully good with actors and maintains the detailed, watchful humanism of his "My Life As a Dog" and "What's Eating Gilbert Grape." -- San Diego Union-Tribune, David Elliott

"However, Lopez's performance as the battered Jean who takes herself and her daughter, Griff (newcomer Becca Gardner), off to live with her estranged father-in-law, Einar Gilkyson (Redford), is a far cry from the cartoonish silliness of Enough. It may not be brilliant to begin with, her part isn't that well-written but it's certainly credible within the confines of the film. And it would be more so without the script's stupidly trumped-up romance between Jean and Wyoming sheriff Crane Curtis (Josh Lucas, Stealth), which tends to make Jean look like she's just not complete without a man in her life (the script's worst miscalculation)." -- Mountain Xpress (Asheville, NC), Ken Hanke

"Say what you will about Jennifer Lopez acting ability, or lack thereof. I liked her in Shall We Dance? with Richard Gere, and she more than holds her own here on the same stage with two of Hollywoods long-time heavy hitters." -- Kaplan vs. Kaplan, David Kaplan

"As for Lopez, she's decent in an underwritten role as the tortured Jean, who finds an unlikely suitor in the dreamboat local sheriff (Josh Lucas)." -- Reel.com, Timothy Knight

"Lopez doesnt overplay the material" -- filmcritic.com, Sean O'Connell

"The glamour that Lopez courts off-screen makes it easy to forget she is a fine actress. Always authentic as a working-class woman, Lopez can portray strengths and vulnerabilities within the same scene." -- Northwest Herald (Crystal Lake, IL), Jeffrey Westhoff
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Message par nadioz le Lun 31 Jan - 10:36

^ critique qu'elle a reçut ! elle a besoins d'un autre role comme celui mais en plus complexe.
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Message par mimi09 le Lun 31 Jan - 10:54

hope!
^ça fait plaisir à lire!
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Message par n0n0re-jl0 le Lun 31 Jan - 16:58

J'ai Jamais Accroché à Ce Film ! ... J'ai du Le Voir 2/3 Fois Pas Plus !
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Message par jerem le Dim 11 Mar - 20:20

je vais me rematé se film se soir... qui est pour moi un des meilleurs films que jen a fais dans les années 2000 !

on ne le sais pas tous, mais ce film a plutot bien marcher! et oui son résultat au box office peu avoir l'aire faible mais non! car il est sortis dans tres peu de salle que se soit en france ou au etats unis !

se film n'etait pas destiné a voir le jour!
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Message par hugo le Sam 12 Oct - 15:12

je me suis acheté le dvd du film lol, et il fait vraiment parti de mes préférés, j'aimerais qu'elle tourne 10 films comme celui avant de revenir à des rom-com ou autres genres !!!
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