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Another 9 1/2 Weeks
Another 9 1/2 Weeks
Actors: Mickey Rourke, Agathe de La Fontaine, Angie Everhart, Steven Berkoff, Dougray Scott
Director: Anne Goursaud
Genres: Drama
R     1998     1hr 45min

Studio: Lions Gate Home Ent. Release Date: 06/17/2003

     

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Actors: Mickey Rourke, Agathe de La Fontaine, Angie Everhart, Steven Berkoff, Dougray Scott
Director: Anne Goursaud
Creators: Abby Stone, Barry Barnholtz, Bastiaan Gieben, Don Carmody, Emmanuel Itier, Elizabeth McNeill, Mick Davis
Genres: Drama
Sub-Genres: Love & Romance
Studio: Lions Gate
Format: DVD - Color,Full Screen,Widescreen - Closed-captioned
DVD Release Date: 05/13/1998
Original Release Date: 01/01/1997
Theatrical Release Date: 01/01/1997
Release Year: 1998
Run Time: 1hr 45min
Screens: Color,Full Screen,Widescreen
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaDVD Credits: 1
Total Copies: 0
Members Wishing: 0
MPAA Rating: R (Restricted)
Languages: English
Subtitles: Spanish, French
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Movie Reviews

Average movie
Richard J. Brzostek | 01/08/2000
(3 out of 5 stars)

"The original 9 1/2 weeks was far better. The majority of the movie I had no idea what was going on. There were far too many plot twists, really odd characters, and a general lack of good acting. Even the scenes of France were bad. All you ever see are the deep, dark, dirty areas of the city. Angie Everhart is a great model but even she could not help this movie. This movie can sit on the shelf with all the other bad sequels."
"you just don't get it"
11/11/2003
(1 out of 5 stars)

"There is a point in the movie where John tells Lea "You just don't get it, do you?"All I can say is that the screenwriter and director of the sequel just don't get it. The magic in the original 9 1/2 weeks was the power and control games - that is what made the sexual tension between John and Elizabeth so captivating. The sex scenes themselves weren't even all that explicit, but the foreplay and interaction was so intruiging that the viewer can imagine how hot the sex itself was. Even just Mickey Rourke's way of staring at Kim with that supreme self-confidence and knowing smile was enough to make the movie "en fuego" (on fire).Another 9 1/2 weeks, by contrast, is full of gratuitous sex scenes with no real force behind them. John is jaded and has given up on his previous style of seduction. He no longer holds the sex appeal he had in the original movie - no confidence, no little smile. At the same time, Lea is just pathetic as she tries to egg him into playing his old games. The ending is a predictable and shameless rip-off of the original.If you're looking for more in the style of the original 9 1/2 Weeks, I recommend you buy the book by Elizabeth McNeill. It is more violent and graphic, but extremely well written, and lets you dive into Elizabeth's mind as the power gap between she and John slowly widens and she abandons all control."
What became of John and Elizabeth
Richard J. Brzostek | New England, USA | 07/11/2006
(4 out of 5 stars)

""Another 9 1/2 Weeks" shows us what became of John (Mickey Rourke) and Elizabeth. The sequel takes place about a decade after its first part where an older John Gray goes to Paris in search for clues to what became of the woman he fell in love with. There, he meets Elizabeth's friend Lea who knows a lot about him - and still wants to be with him. She wants excitement and thinks she just might even be too much for him. So this time the game of cat and mouse is not one sided, as she has a wild side to match his to make some sparks fly.

John isn't entirely the same man he once was, as his mind is still on his past. He is man of remorse and was never the same after Elizabeth left him. I found part of the storyline sad because he loved someone and knows she is gone from his life because of his own actions. Part of him seemed to want to make the past live on, and it did in his thoughts, but they really tormented him. This part of the story really struck a cord and made me reflect on my own life.

John thinking of Elizabeth and Lea knowing about his past doesn't stop them from developing a strange romance. She wants the thrills and dominating man she heard about. "Another 9 1/2 Weeks" didn't have the same level of suspense as "9 1/2 Weeks," but it definitely has some excitement and erotic moments like the first part. It was a more somber film that gives some conclusion to what happened to that once passionate couple and how both their lives were never the same. From there, this new romance leaves us with something to reflect on.
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Completely different from the first
Simon Perrone | 12/03/2004
(4 out of 5 stars)

"This sequel wont please many fans of the first movie since it's almost the total opposite of what the first was all about. That one was largely joyous and arousing. This sequel is morbid and sad. That's a big difference and I was thrown off at first - but this slowly drew me in. It works well as a tragic love story and at times it breaks free of it's low budget restraints and really strikes a chord - but it's a somber chord and that's not what most viewers will be looking for.
I don't bame the makers of this one for going in that direction. It makes sense. It's just not what I expected at first."