Tomorrow we will finally be able to see what all the fuss was. ‘Blue Valentine,’ drama Derek Cianfrance with Ryan Gosling and Michelle Williams as a dysfunctional, married couple watching his strong trade union crumble once, opens in theaters, and has been through the dryer classifications. All fonts is a harrowing film that plays as real.
We thought that other dysfunctional film “couples” would be cool – but the idea of finding those that were as into the sand in reality as ‘Blue Valentine’ seemed a little depressing for this time of year. Therefore, we went in a slightly different and more than over-the-top address instead. Submitted for approval, are now seven of our favorite dysfunctional couples. Do not hesitate to share some of your Favorites in the comments section.
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Hannibal Lecter & Clarice Starling in “Silence of the lambs”
He is a former respected psychiatrist does jail time for eating a few people. She is an agent of incipient FBI that cannot fail to pass a tragedy of its past. Hannibal Lecter frightens Clarice Starling, but she needs you to help you catch a serial killer. A bond develops between them, as Lecter offers information for painful stories from childhood. Lecter appetite for dignity replaces the sadism of their claims (kind of) and both found common ground. When are the bad of West Virginia with shoes girl bad or locked in a cell as an animal nobody cares about you – but these two are beginning to feel something one to the other. Luckily well-mannered Clarice prevent threw him with beans, but she has work to do and Lecter only stay on long enough to ensure that the sequel to lam.
Camilla Rhodes (Rita) and Diane Selwyn (Betty) in ‘Mulholland Drive’
Humiliation of professional and personal, deception, obsession, rejection, revenge, suicide… what not has these two women experienced as a result of his tumultuous relationship? While some audiences are David Lynch film to be too cryptic, is difficult to deny the palette of intense emotions that paints with these characters. While the relationship of Camilla and Diane is Rocky and completely heartbreaking, the more troubling issue is that every woman has the Hollywood machine.
Oliver and Barbara Rose in ‘War of the Roses’
It would be a list about dysfunctional couples without Michael Douglas in it. ‘Fatal attraction’ and ‘Basic Instinct’ are worthy of inclusion here, but the ‘war of the Roses’ married one of the best film of the 1980s for a final go round couples. You will find, a film about a bitter divorce and wacky characters Douglas and Kathleen Turner shapes is plot to kill each other. Douglas Oliver is a real somab * tch and spaws lines such as “have fallen below the deepest layer of prehistoric frog sh * t at the bottom of a scum of New Jersey swamp.” Barbara Turner is relentless in its pursuit of revenge and ultimately cause the disappearance of the couple.
Jack and Wendy Torrance in ‘Glow’
Jack has a few strikes against him. He is an alcoholic recovery that has a bad temper and an inclination to use his creepy child, Danny as a punching bag. His wife Wendy is like a dog shaking puppy that does its best to maintain peace. Finally all work game does Jack a boy crazy
deaf and Wendy quickly discovers that nothing can contain his threat. Being trapped in a haunted hotel doesn’t help matters, where approximately the last toy with Jack insecurities naughty ghosts and incite anger. Go to a maze of coverage!
James Ballard and Vaughan in ‘Crash’
David Cronenberg can only make a film about totally hot car accidents. While it can be argued that each couple – or coupler, really – ‘Crash’ is completely disconnected, James Spader Ballard and Elias Koteas Vaughan have more attractive relationship of everyone. Ballard car accident he unites with Vaughan while recovering in the hospital. Vaughan s a prophet, a radical and a Frankenstein of a man that spends his free time recreation of famous photograph of accident sites and ages until the wife of Ballard automobile accidents (and who like best). When Vaughan seduces Ballard to join the whole car accident, Ballard is hooked and sexytime occurs between the two men. Although technically it could be considered an affair, it is obvious psychological setting to share makes it much more.
Veronica Sawyer and J.D. in ‘Heathers’
Sucks for Veronica (Winona Ryder) which is one of the popular girls in school, but hates the clique that shares its range. The “Heathers” are a lot of frivolous brats, sadists, and when the leader of the herd is Veronica, things turn a morbid. Veronica becomes new J.D. (Christian Slater), a student friend of snarky as an accomplice of a murderous plot against the Heathers. When a Veronica guilty conscience, she tries to put an end to killings, but J.D. has other plans and turns against it. It is a brutal confrontation between the couple until the end. Oh the humanity.
Mickey and Mallory Knox in natural Born Killers
Where to even start with a couple (Woody Harrelson) Mickey and Mallory (Juliette Lewis)? Their favorite pastimes include fistfights on circular key lime, grand theft auto, rapes, murders and shootings. Imprisonment not even keep them separated and suppress its traces of “natural born”. The film also contains several scenes that play with history as a braided parody of a sitcom for couples and families. Its dysfunction acquires a completely new meaning when we see Mickey and Mallory have reproduced * gasp * during the end credits.