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High Fidelity (2000)
Romance,Comedy,Drama,Music
UK / English
"A comedy about fear of commitment, hating your job, falling in love and other pop favorites. "
Rob, a record store owner and compulsive list maker, recounts his top five breakups, including the one in progress.
John Cusack Rob Gordon
Iben Hjejle Laura
Todd Louiso Dick
Jack Black Barry
Lisa Bonet Marie DeSalle
Catherine Zeta-Jones Charlie Nicholson
Joan Cusack Liz
Tim Robbins Ian 'Ray' Raymond
Chris Rehmann Vince
Ben Carr Justin
Lili Taylor Sarah Kendrew
Joelle Carter Penny Hardwick
Natasha Gregson Wagner Caroline Fortis
Shannon Stillo Alison Ashmore
Drake Bell Young Rob Gordon
Director: Stephen Frears
Producer: Tim Bevan,Rudd Simmons
Writer: Nick Hornby,D.V. DeVincentis
Another Intelligent comedy from Nick Hornby
I'm not one of these people who can watch a film over and over again because i get bored to easily but once in a while a film comes a long that you think after watching it" i would like to see that again" and High Fidelty is one such film. It stars Nick Cusack as a record store owner who is having a mini mid life crisis when it comes to his relationships. This is a very intelligent movie and funny throughout which i dont say too often about American comedy's but the Yanks cant claim this one for themselves. Although the acting from everyone is superb the real hero of this movie is Nick Hornby the writer. He has written a book that is so engrossing that you cant fail to be mesmerised by the film. If you are new to Nick hornbys work watch the film FEVER PITCH or read the book of the same name , it is of the same mould as Fever Pitch. The best way i can describe Fever pitch and High Fidelty is that they are love stories for both women and men , maybe they are even more suited to men and how many love story's can you say that about? Very,very good. 9 out of 10.

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Imdb rating: 7.6
Musician: Howard Shore
Running time: 113 min
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