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The Cost of Love (2011)

Not Rated | | Comedy, Drama, Romance | 2011 (UK)
This is a highly romantic tale of love and tragedy, of suspense and action, of hot and steamy activity.

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Carl Medland

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Carl Medland
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Cast

Credited cast:
Christopher Kelham Christopher Kelham ... Dale
Valmike Rampersad ... Raj
Mandeesh Gill Mandeesh Gill ... Veena
Frank Jakeman ... Richard
Caroline Burns Cooke Caroline Burns Cooke ... Christine
Neil Kelly Neil Kelly ... Mike
Jan Hirst Jan Hirst ... Marian
Carl Medland ... Dale's Dad
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Arin Alldridge ... Andy
Chris Bowe Chris Bowe ... Sauna boy 1
Cairns Richard Brett Cairns Richard Brett ... Cruising man
Israel Cassol Israel Cassol ... Ricardo
Kylie Cobley Kylie Cobley ... Veena's friend
Elizabeth Cooper Elizabeth Cooper ... Waitress
Joanna Croll ... Nurse
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This is a highly romantic tale of love and tragedy, of suspense and action, of hot and steamy activity.

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everything has a price

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Comedy | Drama | Romance

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Not Rated | See all certifications »
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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

2011 (UK) See more »

Also Known As:

Dale See more »

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Budget:

£235,000 (estimated)
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Discovery Films UK See more »
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Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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Makes me suspicious of the good review
1 February 2012 | by jm10701See all my reviews

Sometimes when a very bad movie gets a great review, it's because a friend or relative of someone involved in making the movie wrote it. Sometimes that's obvious just from reading the review, but not always. Having now seen this movie myself, I cannot trust any positive review it gets.

This movie is just terrible. Everything about it is bad: the strident, preposterous screenplay; the harsh, always-on, NEVER-believable acting (if it's fair to real actors to call it that - Michael Joyce and Mandeesh Gill in particular are embarrassingly bad, although Joyce has a bigger role so he sticks out more); the noisy, too-loud and never appropriate music; the interminable fake sex scenes that are always shot from the same weird angle, with the same frenzied, mechanical, totally fake grunts, groans, grimaces and spastic moves - scenes that last ten times as long as they should even if they were good; and the idiotic photography.

The normal way to film a conversation is to film each actor separately and then edit the shots together into a conversation. THIS director or cinematographer sometimes chose instead to swing the camera back and forth between actors: one reads his line, then the camera swings quickly 90° to the other actor, who says his line, then back to the first actor, etc. In at least one scene he does it between THREE actors. It's dizzying, and not in a good way. I've never seen anything like it. Whether it was done to save production time and costs or with some crazed idea that it's a cool way to make a movie, it's a big, BIG mistake.

Every character in this movie would be unbearably obnoxious if they were at all believable; as it was, I just kept hoping against hope that the counter was wrong and there weren't REALLY 53 minutes left, then 52 minutes, and so on. I forced myself to stay with it all the way to the end, but I wouldn't wish such torture even on Dick Cheney. This is the worst movie I've seen in years.


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