Carnal Knowledge details
|Starring:||Cynthia O'Neal, Rita Moreno, Carol Kane, Ann-Margret, Art Garfunkel, Jack Nicholson, Candice Bergen|
|Run time:||1 hour 34 minutes|
|Rental release:||25 Mar 2002|
|Dubbed:||German, Spanish, Italian|
|Subtitles:||Danish, Dutch, English, Finnish, German, Norwegian, Portuguese, Swedish|
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LUST VS LOVEBy a customer from Saxmundham, England , 26 Jan 2005
[Highly rated reviewer]What you had billed as commedy is in fact a realistic view of relationships where lust is the basis and not love. I saw the movie shortly after its original release in the 60's and have refreshed my original opinion of the movie. Lustful relationships are unfulfilling! Not worth bothering to see.
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In the KnowBy russio (158 reviews) from Harlow , 30 Apr 2012This film does this thing with conversations, in starting them as if they are long monologues, delivered straight to camera. This makes the audience feel like they are especially involved. The basics of this film are that two college buddies age and their lives with various women punctuate their relationship. While a little predictable and even a little twee, especially early on, with unlikely dialogue, the film does contain some very decent scenes, mostly all involving Jack Nicholson, whose film it really is. Interesting, if a little cliched here and there.
Carnal KnowledgeBy ian3 (538 reviews) from Salisbury , 26 Jun 2011Carnal Knowledge
This movie is dull, slow and not really worth the effort to watch, shame because the cast are all credible
'CARNAL KNOWLEDGE'By a customer from Weymouth , 14 Oct 2008With this cast how can't you enjoy this film.
artBy a customer from London , 05 Jun 2008I still think Art Garfunkel was best in Catch 22, but as I own Bad Timing this is somewhat cold. However, the 'adult' period ofit used to scare me almost as bad as Psycho once did though in different way.
Dull and depressingBy a customer from London , 21 Jan 2008This starts off lightly enough and then gets into a darker study of an unhappy womaniser and his empty marriage. I have to say that I found it fairly dull with none of the characters quite interesting enough for me to care what happend to them despite a few good lines for Jack Nicholson (playing the character who is nearest to being interesting) near the start.