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Tulip Fever
Drama, Romance
IMDB rating:
Justin Chadwick
Christoph Waltz as Cornelis Sandvoort
Dane DeHaan as Jan Van Loos
Douglas Hodge as Johan De Bye
Alicia Vikander as Sophia
Cara Delevingne as Henrietta
Michael Nardone as Daan The Auctioneer
Jack O'Connell as William
Kevin McKidd as Johan De Bye
Tom Hollander as Dr. Sorgh
Judi Dench as The Abbess of St. Ursula
Sebastian Armesto as Eduart Asmus
Joanna Scanlan as Mrs Overvalt
David Harewood as Prater
Matthew Morrison as Mattheus
Storyline: In 17th Century Amsterdam, an orphaned girl Sophia (Alicia Vikander) is forcibly married to a rich and powerful merchant Cornelis Sandvoort (Christoph Waltz) - an unhappy "arrangement" that saves her from poverty. After her husband commissions a portrait, she begins a passionate affair with the painter Jan Van Loos (Dane DeHaan), a struggling young artist. Seeking to escape the merchant's ever-reaching grasp, the lovers risk everything and enter the frenzied tulip bulb market, with the hope that the right bulb will make a fortune and buy their freedom.
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I agree, ignore the bad reviews.
I went to see it despite all the negative publicity and thoroughly enjoyed it. Especially when you consider all the carp out there. It's a smart screenplay, well acted and we'll cast. And you get to watch Vikander for two hours! Honest, it's pretty good,and entertaining.A nice respite from the usual summer junk. I loved it.
with the chance to be beautiful. because it seems be example of impeccable strategy: the actors, the Amsterdam, costumes, flavor of an old world, provocative love story. the only sin - the high , rich ambition to say all the story in a manner remembering labyrinth. this is the basic sin. who transforms a sort of fairy tale in a confuse trip across stories, love stories, secrets, crazy plans and solutions. sure, it has a lot of virtues. and it is charming in deep sense. but something change the basic flavor. and the seduction is reduced.
Love and Tulips in the Netherlands of the 17th century
Hi everyone. I watched Tulip Fever yesterday. I wanted to see this film, because it has an excellent cast. Just take a look at this list: Alicia Vikander, Christoph Waltz, Judi Dench, Jack O'Connell and etc. Although I'm not a fan of this genre (Romance, Drama). This picture tell us about tulip fever int 17th century in Netherlands. It is the first story line. The second story line is a love story of one family. And of course these two stories overlap. This is the main plot of the film. During the film, the main characters will make difficult life decisions. But this is not a love story like Woody Allen's. The story has several interesting plot twists. But I think that if you've seen many romance films, for you it will be predictable twists.

Well, now what I liked: 1) The production designer has created great costumes (you can see them in the scene when Alicia Vicander comes to the market and we see a contrast between the rich and the poor) 2) Justin Chadwick ambiguously show us tulip fever (love fever and tulip fever). This intrigues the viewer

And some disadvantages: 1) I was disappointed, when i see the play of actors. Only Alicia Vicander and Christophe Waltz really played well, and the viewer can only empathize with them.

As for me, I liked this movie, although I'm not a fan of this genre. Finally, I can recommend Tulip Fever everyone who wants to get acquainted with costume dramas.
Ignore the critics and see this movie
I almost skipped seeing this movie because of bad reviews, but I am so glad I went anyway. This is really an excellent film. I cannot see for the life of me what the critics (both professional and ordinary moviegoers like myself) are pissing and moaning about. The story moves along quickly, with lots of fun twists and turns and lots of interesting characters who are established early and then return at surprising moments. Lots of good steamy sex too, so stay away if you don't like that. I read reviews about the weak acting—they are all wrong. Judy Dench totally nails her role. It seems I have to relearn this lesson over and over: IGNORE THE CRITICS!
Tulip Mess
Several reasons may tempt you to watch Tulip Fever. In my case those were the historical background (Amsterdam, 17th century) and the actors. Indeed both factors are worth noting. Based on trailers one could easily mix up characters of the movie with the figures from Rembrandt paintings. It seemed that production design was done at its best so that the viewer is dipped into the epoch. Plus, characters are played by famous actors, Christoph Waltz, Alicia Vikander and Dane DeHaan. Interestingly, Clara Delevingne is also there, as if we see a prequel of Besson's Valerian.

Despite the mentioned ingredients, which if used properly could be a good recipe for the Oscar contender, the movie is a disappointment. The biggest problem is probably the script. Dialogues and actions do not convince at all. The historical tulip fever in the movie is not impressive at all. The romantic line is shown very superficially. It is really difficult to believe that what you see on screen could actually happen in reality. There is an obvious lack in the development of characters. Due to this they may surprise you a lot during the film. Some story moves are completely unexpected. The director's work also raises questions. The authors of the movie have not decided for themselves how serious their movie has to be: whether it should be a drama, a comedy, or rather a TV show. It seems that the movie starts in one genre and ends in another. Of course, some movies are difficult to be attributed to a specific genre, for instance, some pure art-house joints. However, in this case this is not art-house at all, and jumping between different ways of storytelling is not a good idea.

So, the only reason to watch this movie is to convince yourself that good actors play sometimes in bad movies.
Boring and disappointing
On one hand - too many story lines ,which are also hard to follow, as the characters look and dress so alike! As often happens when you get to many story lines, the one that should have been the principal line - In this case' in my opinion,the one of the tulip bubble - is given too little emphasis. The miniscule roll given to judy dench will not allow her to show even a bit of her acting capabilities. shame.
Tulip Fever just wilted into ridiculousness
Oh, how the mighty had fallen for this nonsensical romance. Even the great actors and actresses such as Alicia Vikander, Judi Dench and Christoph Waltz couldn't save this historical period romance misfire. Even Dane DeHaan and Cara Delevingne is involved in another follow-up misfire (Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets). Perhaps there is more to meet the wilted tulip in its detail; Talk about on its crappy Fifty Shades of Grey-styled sex scenes between Vikander and DeHaan which NO ONE is buying it (not sexy and spicy) and probably the chemistry is very muddled and confusing at the same time. Even the screenplay from the acclaimed screenwriter, Tom Stoppard is completely wasted.

Making matters worst is the execution of the film which is messy and crappy at the same time. Plus the dialogue and the performances is laughable and wooden. Truly this unfortunate misfire which anyone could be thinking that the film is Oscar-bait is not worthy of an Oscar and instead serves as a big embarrassment to the cast but not Alicia Vikander, Judi Dench and Christoph Waltz for there are some good-quality films that are involved that can make them forget their participation in this wilted movie mess and probably this terrible historical nonsense garbage is just added to the worst movies of 2017 so far.
Not a fan of the actor
Something about Dane Dehaan creeps me out and every film I have seen with him in it I find I am distracted. It's like he is a 50 year old portraying a 20 year old. I know this doesn't seem fair, but I just can't wrap my head around his recent rise in Hollywood and all of these parts that he doesn't seem to fit? Am I missing something? The actress in this was wonderful and I liked her in Ex Machina as well. This is a very dark intense film, beautifully shot, but leaves a strange after taste.
Who needs ANOTHER Girl With A Pearl Earring . . .
. . . when you can have a wench with two lips fever? This TULIP FEVER strumpet eventually gets herself back to the nunnery, which has been the hottest cinema sex spot since the days of CAMELOT and THE DEVILS. As SPOTLIGHT documented a few years ago when it earned the "Best Picture" Oscar, the world would be a whole lot better off if the Roman Fathers confined themselves to the domiciles of the Holy Mothers, keeping all of their Rain Dear Games in-house, so to speak. If all of these black-clad mischief-makers (who are featured creating and manipulating a "Bubble Market" in tulip bulbs during TULIP FEVER) could be sequestered in their mountain-top "retreats" for All Eternity and then some, the world-wide incidence of child-rape, forcible oral sex, and Sodomite assaults could be cut by at least two-thirds. Once these Superstitious Types remove themselves from the Real World in TULIP FEVER, everyone else lives Happily Ever After.
a film that's dramatic, romantic, erotic and greatly entertaining
Subprime Mortgage Crisis! Dot-Com Collapse! Stock Market Crash! Tulip Mania! Wait. What? What was that last one?? Yes, Tulip Mania was a thing. Centuries before those 20th-21st century examples, Tulip Mania seized the Netherlands in the first half of the 17th century, creating what many economists consider to be the world's first economic bubble. Just like the more recent bubbles in real estate, tech start-ups and Wall Street securities, the Dutch tulip market was seized by rampant speculation, with the value of tulip bulbs growing exponentially and far exceeding their actual worth. Speculators bought and sold contracts for bulbs that didn't even exist yet – and that they wouldn't be able to claim for months, until the end of the tulip season – sometimes for ten times as much as most men could make in a year!

Finally, investors stopped buying and the bubble burst. Fortunes had been made and lost overnight and, in the end, many speculators were left holding their bulbs. Many men were ruined and their wives and families paid the price for their greed and foolishness. Using admittedly incomplete historical accounts and financial records, economists and historians argue amongst themselves over to what extent Tulip Mania constituted an economic bubble in the modern sense, but some of the facts are indisputable: In 1636, during the Dutch Golden Age, when the Netherlands was the richest country on earth and its military, trade, science, art and culture were the envy of the western world, the price of tulip bulbs (both present and future) rose dramatically… until February 1637, when the bottom fell out and the market crashed. This might seem an odd backdrop for a tale of romance, but "Tulip Fever" (R, 1:47) gives such a saga. Much more than the fictionalized version of a historic financial collapse, this drama focuses more on its love story, creating a film that's dramatic, romantic, erotic and greatly entertaining.

Sophia (Oscar winner Alicia Vikander) had lost her parents to a plague and grew up in an orphanage just outside of Amsterdam. When she comes of age, she's married off to a wealthy local businessman named Cornelis Sandvoort (Oscar winner Christoph Waltz). Having previously lost a child and, later, his wife and baby, during childbirth, he's anxious for a male heir to inherit his fortune. But, alas, as an older man, he has trouble in bed, which causes his young wife a great deal of frustration and dismay. Otherwise, Sophia and Cornelis have a relatively happy marriage. She is a dutiful wife, thankful for being saved from a life of poverty, and he is a loving and respectful husband. If Cornelis has any faults, they would be that he can be a bit aloof and prideful. Although somewhat concerned of the vanity of such an endeavor, he hires a young painter named Jan van Loos (Dane DeHaan) to create a portrait of the couple, in order to immortalize his wife's beauty and to stir admiration of his good fortune – in business and in marriage.

As Jan works on his painting, he is drawn to the beauty of his subject and to vitality in her eyes. After some hesitation, the two of them come together and have a passionate affair. They make plans to run away together and Jan gets involved in the blossoming tulip market as a way to finance their future. This venture has him relying more then he should on his alcoholic best friend (Zach Galifianakis) and also puts him in business with the Abbess (Oscar winner Dame Judy Dench) of St. Ursula, a nearby orphanage which raises children – and tulips. But Sophia getting away from her husband is going to take more than money. It's going to take a grander plan, which ends up involving a doctor named Sorgh (Tom Hollander) and Sophia's maid and friend, Maria (Holliday Granger), whose character narrates part of the story and whose lover, William (Jack O'Connell), mysteriously disappears… only one of this film's many surprises.

"Tulip Fever" is surprisingly and fully entertaining on every level. It works as history, drama, romance and mystery, with plenty of twists and turns (which feel mostly organic) and even some subtle but enjoyable comic relief from a couple of minor characters. Even though this movie was filmed back in 2014, the three Oscar winners in the cast live up to their well-deserved reputations, in place at that time and enhanced since, while the supporting players are all excellent.

Based on the 1999 novel of the same name by English author Deborah Moggach (whose earlier novels became the movies "The Ex-Wives" and "The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel"), screenwriter Tom Stoppard ("Brazil", "Empire of the Sun", "Shakespeare in Love", "Anna Karenina"), who co-wrote the screenplay with Moggach, gives us a multi-faceted story which is unusually engaging and even instructive in its lessons regarding financial misadventures and their impact on people's lives. (Think of this film as "The Big Short" meets "Romeo and Juliet", if you can imagine such a thing working – which this one does!) Director Justin Chadwick ("The Other Boleyn Girl", "Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom") takes the script, a broadly and deeply talented cast, uses sets that feel raw and real and puts it together almost perfectly.

Filming was just weeks away from kicking off in 2004 (with Jude Law, Keira Knightley and Jim Broadbent starring) when producers lost their financing (due to a change in the U.K.'s tax incentive laws) and then, after it was finally filmed, Movie Fans ended up having to wait three years to see the finished product. Some may consider this film's long road to the big screen a bad sign, but I don't work myself into a fever over such things. I say "Tulip Fever" was well worth the wait. "A"
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