• 电影名称 Shoot the Moon

  • 中文名称 月落妇人心
  •  类型  戏剧
  •  国家  美国
  •  语言  英语
  •  时长  2 hr 4 min (124 min)
  • 上映时间 19 February 1982 (USA)
A post-Vietnam optimism swept our country in the late 1970's and early80's; filmmakers began to focus on parents and their children instead ofrebels and the counterculture. So we had Kramer vs. Kramer, OrdinaryPeople, On Golden Pond, Terms of Endearment, and even E.T. Shoot the Moonwas lost in t...
The title "Shoot the moon" refers to a move that can be made in a cardgame where the highest possible outcome can be obtained by the riskystrategy of achieving the lowest possible score. This descriptionsymbolises the events that happen as the story unfolds.Director Alan Parker (Midnight express, An...
This is the best film I've ever seen on how someone can destroy thevery foundation that nourishes them, and then, ultimately, resort tothe most dramatic measures when they realize what they've done. This isa case study in how couples grow apart. The acting on the part of DianeKeaton and Albert Finne...
If you haven't seen "Shoot the Moon", see it. It is very difficult tofind, as it appears to be out of print. To a degree, it reminds me of"The Pumpkin Eater" (Eng., 1964), with Anne Bancroft and Peter Finch.Both films deal with bad marriages, in which the husband cheats. Also,the husbands in both fi...
Why this movie is not on DVD is a mystery. It blows away Kramer Vs.Kramer, which came out a few years before, and is on par with OrdinaryPeople. Anyone who's witnessed a family tearing itself apart because ofinfidelity, among other issues, will find this movie occasionallyunbearable to watch. The en...
Honest drama about the breakup of a 15 year marriagethat is brought to the screen with brute intensityby acting giants Finney and Keaton. Director AlanParker arrives at some striking revelations about whatkeeps people together and what drives them apart. There are moments that are exceptionally movi...
This is one of the most powerful and truthful movies I've ever seen. Ilove it and I watch it over and over. I love Dianne Keaton and this isone of her greatest roles. The children are just terrific and theemotions portrayed are intense and typical of the situation. I feelthat his is a movie that eve...
1982 was arguably one of the greatest film years in recent memory, withreleases including "E.T.", "Gandhi," and "Sophie's Choice." Still, Iwould say that the best film of 1982 - and one of the best films of the1980's - was "Shoot the Moon." I am not sure exactly why this filmnever got the acclaim it...
For me the key to this great film was the scene where Finney and Keatonend up in bed together. In their conversation at this tender but honestmoment after their marriage has ended, they wonder aloud what happenedto them. He says, "I'm not a kind person." She says, "I'm not kindeither." These soft sp...
SHOOT THE MOON is an unbelievably heartbreaking movie. I saw this as akid, by myself, in my local theatre in 1982. I love movies - then andnow - particularly adult-skewing films, even when I was 13. I don'tknow what I was thinking, but at 13 I wanted to experienceeverything... from RAIDERS OF THE LO...
This film, showing the breakup of a marriage and the devastationwrought for the four children, has some striking performances,particularly in the scenes with the children. Dana Hill, who played thebarely teenage eldest daughter, was phenomenal, and I don't rememberseeing better ensemble acting from ...
I watched this movie with my Mom during my parents divorce when I was10 years old. After watching it again with my wife, I was brought backrather harshly to a time I would rather forget. I remember saying (whenFinney goes crazy and gets his ass kicked at the end) the f word infront of my mother for ...
Well done, realistic film. Though Keaton gives her usual strongperformance. And Finney does a good job of acting as the man comingapart (he reminds me of Richard Burton in Night of the Iguana). But thereal story here for me was between Dana Hill's character and both herparents. I am not too familiar...
This movie pulls no punches as it shows the pain divorce causes allinvolved, not just the husband and wife. I was motivated to talk withmy now adult child and step-children about my divorce and remarriage. Knowing from a Keaton biography that she had broke up with WarrenBeatty just before starting t...
There are no easy answers in this emotionally devastating film aboutthe breakup of a marriage and its effect not just on a husband and wifebut also on their four children.Diane Keaton is perfect. Her Faith Dunlap is human, giving and needy atthe same time, loving and practical, fierce and frail, and...
I have seen this movie many times, and recently read new overviews ofDiane Keaton's work, so rented it again. The agony of indecision, thepower of ego, the twisted things a person will do in response to losinga partner, and the ways we fool ourselves as well as defend ourselves,smack you in the face...
I adore this movie. It's so heartfelt and genuine and painful. The actingisbeyond brilliant, especially on Hollywood legend Diane Keaton's part. Shebreathes life into her character and really shows how much pain she'sgoingthrough. The bath-tub scene is pure acting genius. Albert Finney and KarenAlle...
'Shoot the Moon'(1982) Shot in postcard beautiful Marin CountyCalifornia, 'Shoot the Moon' is the story of a 15 year marriage thatcollapses and the after effects it has on the entire family. AlbertFinney is a successful writer and Dianne Keaton is his wife and themother of their four children. This ...
This movie starts very well (and is still worth watching) with itsclose examination of a domestic breakup. Unfortunately, it goespear-shaped and slapstick in the second half. It gets 2 extra pointsfor being surprising and unusual.Pauline Kael called this the most revealing movie of its era. What she...
I enjoyed shoot the moon even though I saw it so very long ago.Thismovie is a lost gem. I wanted to see it as soon as I saw the previewsall those years ago. This was a beautiful, well acted film that shouldhave receieved more attention then it did. The movie was sometimes sadand touching and always ...
"Shoot the Moon" is a strange film... one of those quaint (I mean that in agood way), early 80's period pieces that flopped at the box office and thendisappeared almost entirely from public consciousness, never to reappear. Painful to watch at times... sometimes it feels true to reality, sometimesit...
Drama about what happens when two parents (Albert Finney, Diane Keaton)divorce and the effect it has on them and their children.I must have seen this 3 times when it came out. I was only 20 and hadno intention of marrying but the script and superb acting kept mecoming back. The film pulls no punches...
I love this film and want it to be released on DVD. I especially like thescenes where Diane Keaton's character is on her first date since herhusbandleft. She puts on "Play with Fire" and they sit there awkward andnervous.Also, when Diane is singing "If I Fell" while taking a bath.I think Alan Park...
Alan Parker directed. Bo Goldman scripted. Very strong emotionally chargedfilm. It's a ride of emotions within a family verging on broken marriage:husband and wife, father and daughter, the other woman, the new man, allintertwined. The events were well-paced. The performances superbly done byAlbert ...
I feel a little embarrassed disliking this movie because all of theother reviewers liked it. I will mention some of the good points. Therewere occasional beautiful camera shots, but an occasional beautifulcamera shot does not a good movie, or in fact, a movie, make. It wasdelightful to see the main ...
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