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      2014, Comedy/Drama, 1h 32m

      38 Reviews 1,000+ Ratings

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      A married couple's (Carla Gugino, Matthew Lillard) conversation with a renowned dance instructor (Patrick Stewart) about his experiences during the 1960s New York dance scene becomes increasingly personal.

      • Rating: R (Language|Some Drug Use|Sexual Dialogue)

      • Genre: Comedy, Drama

      • Original Language: English

      • Director: Stephen Belber

      • Producer: David Permut, Matt Ratner, Rick Rosenthal

      • Writer: Stephen Belber

      • Release Date (Theaters):  limited

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      • Box Office (Gross USA): $30.5K

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      • Distributor: IFC Films

      • Production Co: Permut Presentations

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      • Oct 09, 2015

        A couple interviews a choreographer, whose relation to them may be personal. Patrick Stewart, known principally for his work in science fiction, is in fact an incredible actor. He is one of the last, best examples of gravitas, and yet in this film, he proves himself to be capable of profound vulnerability, deft comic charm, and disarming fortitude. His performance in this three-character comic drama is the glue that holds the whole thing together, and there are moments when the other two actors can barely catch up. The story is fairly simple, and the plot unfolds predictably and even becomes a little maudlin by the end, but this is one film in which the journey truly is far more compelling than the destination. Overall, Stewart's work in this indie gem is its most noteworthy attribute.

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      • Aug 22, 2015

        Patrick Stewart gives a singular performance as a resignedly broken and isolated man in the sunset of his career. Although the story is a bit inauthentic at times, the characters wonderfully portray their individual circumstances of isolation -- some chosen, some imposed, and some not fully realized. "Match" is a poignant film but it may have been better had it broken from its stage roots and allowed the characters to venture out of Tobias' apartment rather than awkwardly fumble through implausible impulses to remain in the same room together.

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