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Ratings & Reviews

  1. Ethan's rating of the film Dangerous Game

    This is a very intense and emotional drama that kind of plays like Ferrara's version of 8 1/2.

  2. _OOO_'s rating of the film Dangerous Game

    two weeks in another town

  3. peaches and plums's rating of the film Dangerous Game

    been looking forward to watching this since 5th grade when it was on tv on new years but my sister wouldnt let me watch it

  4. Elia Rising's rating of the film Dangerous Game

    Why did God create men? Because vibrators can't mow the lawn.

  5. Fabio Nosotti's rating of the film Dangerous Game

  6. Francisco R.'s rating of the film Dangerous Game

    Perhaps the most powerful, difficult and gut-wrenching film in Ferrara's entire career. St. John's brilliant screenplay along with Madonna and Russo's commited performances bring it to roaring life. Ultimately a study of vulnerability not towards life's excesses but as a desperate search for meaning in one's life. An absolute Masterpiece.

  7. Yasser Azmy's rating of the film Dangerous Game

  8. sacajawèale's rating of the film Dangerous Game

    Keitel. One of the most underrated actors ever. Ferrara. The most underrated director ever.

  9. chris naughton's rating of the film Dangerous Game

    "I need these things, I need these things..." Nicholas St John was/is one of the more committed, imaginative, intense, and literary screenwriters. Along with Paul Schrader, it seems he believed in the screenplay as a very worthwhile and still wide-open aim of a writer's efforts. St. John and Ferrara were swinging hard for a couple of films and, for the most part, connecting.

  10. Joshua's rating of the film Dangerous Game

    I don't really understand the complaints against the story or characters. Yeah, the actors and the director and the analyzers are all assholes. Still compelling (Madonna was a smile) and deeply thought out. Oh, if you want to understand the game you should probably find the rules, because losers shouldn't be criticizers. The line about realizing Sarah could do anything was to her fault as much as it was her victory.

  11. Shayan Bazri's rating of the film Dangerous Game

  12. Sudipto Basu's rating of the film Dangerous Game

    Exploitation film. One of the few to wear it on the sleeve.

  13. Emily O's rating of the film Dangerous Game

    I hate myself for ever doubting Madge

  14. CVH's rating of the film Dangerous Game

    rated 'Dangerous Game' 3 out of 5 stars COMMENTS: Incredible performances by Keitel, Madonna and James Russo, but was in desperate need of a good story editor.

  15. Don't Get Nasty Brother's rating of the film Dangerous Game

    Ferrara abandona ese mal llamado "realismo" de películas más conocidas (Bad Lieutenant, King of New York) y se decanta por un juego con la narrativa que nos engaña, nunca sabemos si lo que vemos es real o no, hablando obviamente del contexto de la película misma, hasta el punto de llegar a ser desesperante pero de una buena manera. Al final la película trata entre otras cosas de eso: desesperación.

  16. Checkpoint Charlie's rating of the film Dangerous Game

    Does anyone else find it peculiar that Ferrara uses a scene of Werner Herzog describing his hellish experience directing Fitzcarrado in Les Blank's Burden of Dreams documentary, only to become furious with him over using the title of "Bad Lieutenant" years later for his own film?

  17. Aaken's rating of the film Dangerous Game

    A director pushes his actors beyond their limit - and their sanity. A film within a film. Not for the faint at heart. Madonna is stunning (perhaps the only role where she went that far as an actress) and was hailed by (French) critics, among them, Les Cahiers du Cinema. The film may be too nihilistic to many, but it does leave a strong impression. Russo and Keitel are abominably excellent.