Alfie Movie Review 2004

Information and Film Reviews for Alfie the Movie

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Law plays a kinder, gentler lothario in this contemporary update of the 1966 film (which helped make Michael Caine a star), although Alfie still engages in a somewhat self-conscious running commentary directed to the camera. The charming, handsome Alfie is now a limo driver in New York who indulges himself with as many beautiful birds as will put up with him. These include the lonely, married Dorie (Krakowski); single mom Julie (Tomei), who kicks him out after realizing Alfie is a horn-dog; sexy, self-destructive party girl Nikki (Miller); and foxy Lonette (Long), the ex-girlfriend of his best friend Marlon (Epps). But even Alfie must pay for his dalliances when he suffers a bout of impotence and then meets his sexual match in worldly mature beauty Liz (Sarandon). While Alfie remains a narcissist (though ever-so-appealing as played by Law) at least the women characters are no longer complaisant or compliant.


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Available on VHS, DVD
Running time 106 minutes.
Originally from United States.

Cast and Crew

Comedy Drama, Sex & Sexuality, Sexcapades, New York, New York
Charles Shyer, Elaine Pope
Jude Law, Marisa Tomei, Omar Epps, Nia Long, Jane Krakowski, Sienna Miller, Susan Sarandon, Renee Taylor, Dick Latessa, Jefferson Mays, Gedde Watanabe
Ashley Rowe
Charles Shyer
Mick Jagger, David A. Stewart, John Powell
David Crozier, Drew Kunin, Padraic McKinley, Alan Gilmore, Mark Holmes, Suttirat Larlarb, Joanna Foley, Beatrix Aruna Pasztor, Sophie Becher
Charles Shyer, Elaine Pope, Paramount


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