A young couple very much in love are married and have started their respective careers, she as a real estate broker, he as an architect. She finds the perfect spot to build his dream house, and they get loans to finance it. When the recession hits, they stand to lose everything they own, so they go to Vegas to have one shot at winning the money they need. After losing at the tables, they are approached by a millionaire who offers them a million dollars for a night with the wife. Though the couple agrees that this is a way out of their financial dilemma, it threatens to destroy their relationship. Written by
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When Gage sits at the gambling table with Diana, his chips are in front of him at #12. He slides the chips over to Diana who is sitting in front of #11. When the camera pans back, the chips are still at #12 in front of Gage. See more »
[sitting on a pier]
Losing Diana is like losing a part of me. I thought nothing could change the way we felt about each other. I thought we were invincible.
[riding in a bus]
Someone once said, if you want something very badly, set it free. If it comes back to you, it's yours forever. If it doesn't, it was never yours to begin with. I knew one thing, I was David's to begin with, and he was mine.
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Demi and Woody are married, but they're poor. They meet Robert Redford,
and he's REALLY rich. He takes a fancy to Demi, and since he's a
gambling man he makes the couple an "indecent proposal:" one million
dollars for a night with the little woman.
At this point you need watch no more of the film because you can put
the details together in your sleep. Of course Demi is going to accept
the offer. If she doesn't there's no first half of the movie. Of course
it will affect Demi and Woody's marriage. If it doesn't there's no
second half of the movie. And of course everything will turn out okay
by the time the credits roll. If it doesn't, there's no happy ending
for the sake of box office.
The absolute best thing you can say about INDECENT PROPOSAL is that
Demi Moore looks good in a black dress. As for the rest... The script
is incompetent, the direction amateurish, the performances negligible.
I suspect Redford, Moore, and Harrelson blush and change the subject
every time the film is mentioned. Do them--and more importantly
yourself--a favor. Unless some one offers you a million... Miss It!
Gary F. Taylor, aka GFT, Amazon Reviewer
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