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I'd watch anything with Matthew McConaughey. Seriously. I've seen Ghosts of Girlfriends Past, I liked it, I've seen The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Next Generation, it was horrendous, I've seen his courtroom dramas A Time to Slay and The Lincoln Lawyer, love them. He's one of my favourite actors because no matter what category he does, he's still entertaining as hell to watch. And don't even receive me started on Gary Oldman. The Professional anyone? So when I saw the trailer for Tiptoes promising McConaughey and "a performance of a lifetime" by Gary Oldman, needless to tell I was expecting greatness. Not really. But there has to be some redeeming value in a film where two of my favourite actors enjoy twin brothers and one of them is a dwarf, right? Well... no.Tiptoes is exactly as poor as you'd expect it to be. The premise alone, like who the hell thought of this? And why in god's name did McConaughey and Oldman accept to this abomination? Did they even read the script? Holy hell it's bad. It has some laugh out loud moments of course, I mean the premise lends itself to some horrifically awkward situations. One of the best lines in the film is McConaughey yelling, "I'M A DWARF!" as his 6 foot tall body looms over Kate Beckinsale. It's classic. And the thing is, the acting is really good. Across the board. How they were able to deliver this dialogue with a straight face I'll never know. I can't imagine what their paychecks were. There are some truly cringe-worthy moments in here as you can imagine. There's the entire drama over calling tiny folks "midgets" and a pointless storyline between Peter Dinklage with a french accent and Patricia Arquette, as in it literally adds zero to the plot. And the ending, wow. Let's just tell McConaughey got the short end of the stick. I sat through this movie, you don't have to. Seriously the trailer goes through the whole plot, and it's infinitely funnier being 3 mins long as opposed to a 90-minute brutal film experience. In a method I'm glad Tiptoes was made because it's so insane and incredulous of a premise with these wonderful actors, it's like the greatest punchline of all time. But this film tries to be serious, and because of that, it's painful to watch. Don't see Tiptoes.
just saw this at sundance last night. absolutely horrid. folks left mid film in droves. quite possibly the worst acting (save G.O.) i've seen in years. greatest line-"does it harm to be a tiny person?" maybe, maybe not. but it is quite painful to watch this movie.
YOU'LL PROBABLY NEVER SEE THIS MOVIE BUT IF BY CHANCE YOU MIGHT THEN YOU SHOULDN'T READ THIS BECAUSE IT GIVES AWAY THE PLOT-LINE, BUT YOU PROBABLY WOULDN'T BELIEVE IT ANYWAY.If I was going to look for an actor to enjoy a sympathetic lead role of a dwarf for a straight-up drama about `little people,' naturally I would turn to Gary Oldman. Yes, that Gary Oldman. Dracula. The Devil. Pontius Pilate. Maybe 5'11'. I guess Al Pacino wasn't available.This is a bizarre movie. Matthew McConaughey plays Oldman's brother (not a dwarf), so this Schwarzeneggar and Devito as Twins straight up. Both McConaughey and Kate Beckinsale turn in reasonable performances, as does Peter Dinklage. (As an aside, I think this guy is a terrific actor. In both this and Station Agent, later into the film I quit thinking about him as a dwarf.) However, I was most enchanted by the acting of the tiny folks in the helping cast. They brought me inside an inaccessible subculture and often made it very comfortable and believable.However, Bogie, Bacall and the whole cast of the Sorcerer of Oz couldn't rescue this movie. This is an ambitious project with an intriguing premise. And apparently, Oldman is the one that drove the project, and he wanted to enjoy a dwarf. (The child that has the football gets to be quarterback?) But everything else about the film is bad. There were times when the Sundance crowd laughed at loud at some of the directing/editing. And the script seemed to be pieced together.More Weirdness: At the premiere at Sundance, writer-director Matthew Bright scathingly denounced the film. He didn't watch the film and told he never will. (`It's like making love to your ex-wife.') Bright apparently got into an argument with the financier of the movie over constructive differences. I think what I heard is that Bright wanted to close with a love stage between Oldman (playing a dwarf) and Kate Beckinsale. I guess the money-guy just didn't think the American public was ready for this. Anyway, according to Bright, he was fired from the film and a bunch of inexperienced cheats who know nothing about the film business complete the film. Bright told neither he nor none of the artists were paid a dime and that they didn't help the movie. Maybe this explains why this was such a disappointing film.
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