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Some Velvet Morning

  Unrated HD Closed Captioning

Neil LaBute

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Plot Summary

Stanley Tucci stars as a man who surprises his former mistress (Alice Eve, Star Trek: In to Darkness), claiming to have left his wife. Before too long, a dark history between the two has come into focus. From Neil LaBute.

Rotten Tomatoes Movie Reviews

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50%
  • Reviews Counted: 34
  • Fresh: 17
  • Rotten: 17
  • Average Rating: 4.9/10

Top Critics' Reviews

Rotten: While there's much to admire in how Mr. Tucci and Ms. Eve perform Mr. LaBute's artful, apocalyptic duet, this is one seriously out-of-date tune. – Manohla Dargis, New York Times, Dec 12, 2013

Rotten: I came away from this malevolent exercise with the sense that these two add up to little more than the sum of their awfulness. – Ella Taylor, NPR, Dec 17, 2013

Fresh: With Some Velvet Morning, LaBute returns to the provocative style that made his name. – Mary Houlihan, Chicago Sun-Times, Dec 20, 2013

Fresh: Though LaBute wrote this for the screen, I mistakenly decided that it must have originated onstage... because the oblique, heavily freighted dialogue seems too elegant and artful for a medium dominated by hacks. – J. R. Jones, Chicago Reader, Dec 19, 2013

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Customer Reviews

Some Velvet Morning

One of the smartest films I have seen in a long time!!!!!

Worth it

I think this is certainly worth a watch. It is thought provoking, and at times abrasive and uncomfortable. In this age of cell phones and screens I think we all have a lack of focus, but this film made me focus completely.

Terrific

Neil LaBute respects his audience and delivers a smart "afternoon" of corrosive revelations and genuine human need - and just when you think you're comfortable - take the ride.

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