Dress To Kill details
|Starring:||Carmen Electra, Estella Warren, Estella Warren, Omar Epps, Jeff Goldblum|
Dress To Kill
|Run time:||1 hour 42 minutes|
|Rental release:||20 Mar 2004|
Most helpful review
Makes you want to killBy a customer from London, England , 04 Feb 2005
[Highly rated reviewer]To say this film is boring, is an understatement. there is no plot, subtitles and the recorded volume is dismall.there is no flamboyance of the fashion world. not a film to see
Interesting movie that nobody's ever heard ofBy adam91 (2 reviews) from Bristol , 22 Aug 2011The influence of Robert Altman and Woody Allen hangs over Dress to Kill, but it still manages to be an interesting snapshot in the lives of various interconnected New Yorkers involved in the fashion industry. It's a film that feels tonally all over the place (subplots are by turn funny, heartwarming, sad, etc.), but this isn't necessarily negative.
Several stories are explored, but I found the broken business partnership of Rita Wilson and Leslie Mann's fashion designers the most affecting. Great acting all round, notably from Jared Harris as a jaded fashion photographer and Mariska Hargitay as a truly horrible magazine exec.
Learning that the entire film was improvised made the whole thing a lot more successful and admirable, in my opinion. The interaction and dialogue felt loose and spontaneous throughout the movie, but not distractingly so.
Dress to Kill is an interesting 'experiment' that I would recommend to people who enjoy similar films with large ensembles and stories.
Makes you want to killBy a customer from London, England , 04 Feb 2005To say this film is boring, is an understatement. there is no plot, subtitles and the recorded volume is dismall.there is no flamboyance of the fashion world. not a film to see
ShamblesBy KarlEngland from Essex , 02 Sep 2004This Movie is not only slow to start with but slow in the middle and SLOW by the END! It has a huge array of characters all buzzing through their lifes in the Fashion Industry. Estella Warren (Centre Picture Front Cover, Chanel No.5 Face) and Omar Epps (Love & Basketball, Brother) hardly showed face in the movie.
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