Summary: Ingmar Bergman's 'The Passion Of Anna', seemed a masterpiece when I first saw it, in 1969, in an art house cinema in London, on my own. That intense experience overwhelmed me, and has remained in my head, although I have never seen it again until today. It is still powerful. The underlying menace, metaphorically epitomised by animal abuses outside, in grim weather, is reflected by the inside scenes.
Summary: A ridiculous film full of stupid characters doing stupid things. A waste of two great actresses and a great director's talents.The plot is ludicrous and the twists don't pack the punch that you expect them to. They simply leave the viewer in an "oh, COME ON!" state of mind.
Summary: This is a boring, meaningless movie which lacks a decent plot and tries to attract the audience through supposedly sexy or provocative scenes. The characters are egomaniacs, the mystery lasts very little and the ending is confusing.
Summary: Passion is half baked, boring and ineffective. I love Brian De Palma and his awesome work. He returns to the Razzies with Passion. It's Moviegoers get attracted to the romantic atmosphere and music Bullsh*t. De Palma's language issues are there but the movie's "passion" isn't there. Not a romantic film, thoroughly disturbing and very very boring but very bad portrayal but Noomi Rapace and Passion is half baked, boring and ineffective.
Summary: Rachel McAdams & Noomi Rapace start out so tight you'd think they were lovers, but that fondness turns to competition, then deception, then hate. While the plot takes too long to develop and ultimately crumbles, the performances are engaging. Master director Brian De Palma knows how to craft a compelling story, but this one works against him.
Summary: I'd suggest it's a bit better than the original French film (Love Crime), mostly because it adds all the DePalma melodrama and camp. Noomi is solid and McAdams is really perfect in the role. The chief weakness in the film is the boredom surrounding the set-up scenes the seemingly unimportant acts that later tie things together.
Summary: Brian DePalma's remake of the French thriller 'Love Crime' is a much glossier affair than its counterpart, although not quite as good. Containing all of DePalma's usual trademarks; Circling and tracking camera movements, overhead shots, scene dissolves, and of course split screen which, as presented here, is disappointingly rather superfluous.