And now, an attacca review of A Late Quartet



The dilemma set up in this movie can seem pretty trivial from the outside, but it draws you in to the point that the future of the quartet seems like the most important thing in the world.


Philip Seymour Hoffman is a great actor, but I very rarely enjoy the films he’s in. It’s great to finally find one that goes against the norm in that regard.


This is one film where the visuals aren’t important. It’s all about the characters, the story, and the soundtrack.

Product Placement

No, Sotheby’s doesn’t count.


I felt so sophisticated while I was watching this. I think it was all the string music.

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6 comments on “And now, an attacca review of A Late Quartet

  1. HAHAHAHAHA!!! I have missed your blog since you ventured out, I saw this movie and agree with you on every point, especially the one about how good of an actor PSH is and how I don’t like the movies he’s in usually. Also, I must say since Christopher Walken has gotten older, he seems a little more feeble and it’s discouraging I guess. He seemed like a much stronger actor before and now he just seems old. Ok, whew I was very long winded on this one. :)

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