Blind

2017

Drama / Romance

20
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 17%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 53%
IMDb Rating 5.1 10 682

Synopsis


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Demi Moore as Suzanne Dutchman
Alec Baldwin as Bill Oakland
Dylan McDermott as Mark Dutchman
Viva Bianca as Deanna
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Larry Silverstein 6 / 10

I liked it

Parts of this movie seemed to work fairly well, while other parts spun off into contrivances and non-beleivability. After reading some rather scathing reviews on this film from many pro critics I was expecting the worst, but, although not a great movie by any means, it actually was better than I had anticipated.

I've been a long time fan of Demi Moore's and I like Alec Baldwin as well, and I thought the chemistry between them here worked fairly well. Also Dylan McDermott was excellent portraying Moore's dirtbag husband, and Eden Epstein added well to the mix in a supporting role.

All in all, parts of this movie kept my attention and were interesting to me, while other parts seemed forced and melodramatic.

Reviewed by phd_travel 7 / 10

Not a predictable movie - worth a watch

This movie doesn't fit neatly into a category. Parts of it seem like a middle age rom com with the music and wooing. Then part of it seems more dramatic.

Demi Moore plays a wife of a finance guy who gets in trouble with the law. She has to do some community service and reads to a blind writer/teacher played by Alec Baldwin.

The main fault is Alec Baldwin although he tries to act charming is a too overweight and unattractive to be the romantic lead. Demi Moore is still striking if a little scary looking. But not in a horror story way. Dylan McDermott is good as the menacing hedge fund husband who gets in trouble.

Worth a watch

Reviewed by moonspinner55 2 / 10

The bloom is off the rose for Baldwin as a serious dramatic actor

After 19 years of marriage, the high-living wife of a wealthy businessman is shocked to find out her husband has been arrested for insider trading (she's also surprised much later to learn he's been cheating on her). Sentenced for her complicity (which she appears to be innocent of), she must complete 100 hours of community service, filling that time by reading to the blind. Her audience is an antagonistic writer-turned-teacher who lost his sight and his wife in a car crash; he infuriates her immediately by calling her on her own self-deception, but eventually they form a romantic bond. Tepid drama from director Michael Mailer, who is unable to get a sincere performance from Alec Baldwin as the professor; at this point, Baldwin is so ubiquitous on television as a self-absorbed smart-ass and raconteur that disappearing into a character who has experienced tragedy is alien to him. It doesn't help that the script, by John Buffalo Mailer from Diane Fisher's story, fails to separate Baldwin's character from the actor's real-life persona, and when he gives Demi Moore a dressing down on their first meeting, he acts like he's doing a parody of Hannibal Lecter. As for Moore, she has lost her instincts as an actress (and her sense of humor); when she gets angry, it isn't angry enough--her face is a mask, and barely recognizable from the red-hot talent she once was. The film is full of tired give-and-take, also a facetious class conversation about gay sex in literature (followed by Baldwin bellowing, "Cut the sh*t!"), and Dylan McDermott taking down underlings and prisoners alike. It feels about as real as cartoon. *1/2 from ****

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