Warning! by David Bax

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7 Responses

  1. Brian says:

    “formally wealthy?” wtf

  2. Kathleen says:

    With a long history in psych in all its narly forms I can say this movie hits all bases dead on. The power of medications, the power of those that perscribe, the willingness of those that indulge, the absolute power of both the patient and the physician, how health care aligns with Wall Street and political climates. Man, I could go on and on…….even without mentioning the male/ female relationship of power and control, that is centuries old in spite of the women’s movement.
    I have to disagree with you. This movie is sheer genius.

  3. Miguel says:

    Really enjoyed your analysis that Soderbergh flipped the “Haywire” and “Magic Mike” formulas. The film felt like a purposefully slick and professional “Hollywood” film – but to what ends I have no idea. In fact, this film could have been something that characters were watching, playing on a TV in the background, in a far better and more compelling Soderbergh film.

  4. Ryan says:

    It was silly, pulpy fun and I enjoyed the hell out of it. It was an especially welcome surprise because after the first 20 minutes or so I also like you thought it was going to be a boring preachy version of Traffic. I love being fooled like that.

  5. inesaclt says:

    I thought the movie was just fun. The fact that it kept changing is part of the fun. The actors play the parts very adequately because they know they are in a trashy film. Jude Law and Rooney Mara are especially fun to watch. I think the movie has no other purposes than just to entertain us, while poking some interesting points. And it succeeds.

  6. Marc Raymond says:

    Best review of this film I have read. Pretty much my feelings exactly.

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