9½ Weeks An erotic story about a woman, the assistant of an art gallery, who gets involved in an impersonal affair with a man. She barely knows about his life, only about the sex games they play, so the relationship begins to get complicated.
9½ Weeks Don’t know why I didn’t see this movie until recently, as I am a big Adrian Lyne fan. Maybe because Mickey Rourke has become so repulsive in recent years. However, I found this to be a thoroughly entertaining film, with fascinating performances and all the 80’s accoutrements – music, fashion, set decoration, etc. I don’t know how anyone could call it boring, but we all see different things when we watch a movie.
I thought the much-vaunted “sex” scenes were pretty tame, actually, but really, really fun to watch! Kim Basinger never looked more beautiful, and Rourke looked great, too. I disagree that there was no character development. I think there were depths to both characters that didn’t come out until the end of the movie, which I found very poignant. Yes, I think it was more about power than sex, and when the moment of truth came for the balance of power to shift – as the Rourke character had planned for it to do – he had scared off his true love. Sad, and a true sequel could have been fun.
9½ Weeks Probably one of the most misunderstood movies ever made, Nine and 1/2 Weeks to me is, in one word, amazing.
Some call it soft-core porn while others call it meaningless. I call it a movie that shows the viewer what other movies do not show. The other side of relationships. The darker side, the side of people that most movies don’t go to because they believe the average person would be turned off due to the fact that it is not the average love story.
Yes, parts of the movie to some might seem slow, but if you let yourself get involved in the character, then you might just understand what this amazing movie is all about.