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  1. Match Point (2005) ending / spoiler - Movie mistakes

    Ending / spoiler. Nola becomes pregnant and won't terminate this child as she's already had. After some time, Nola tells Chris that if he doesn't tell Chloe that they are expecting a child, she will. One day, he tells Nola that he has just told Chloe that he is leaving and says to meet him at her flat after work.

  2. Match Point - Wikipedia

    Match Point is a 2005 psychological thriller film written and directed by Woody Allen and starring Jonathan Rhys Meyers, Scarlett Johansson, Emily Mortimer, Matthew Goode, Brian Cox, and Penelope Wilton. In the film, Rhys Meyers's character marries into a wealthy family, but his social position is threatened by his affair with his brother-in ...

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    • ‹See TfM›, 12 May 2005 (Cannes), 6 January 2006 (United Kingdom), 20 January 2006 (United States)
  3. Chris Wilton: Jonathan Rhys Meyers Nola Rice: Scarlett Johansson Tom Hewett: Matthew Goode Chloe Hewett Wilton: Emily Mortimer Written and directed by Woody ...

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  5. Match Point (2005) - Movie Review : Alternate Ending

    The problem with Match Point is that I can't think of any angle to approach the film that doesn't necessarily involve discussing the final act, and it would do a pronounced disservice to the film for me to spoil it. The problem is that it leaves me unable to say anything but generalities.

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  7. Woody Allen: Match Point Analysis

    May 25, 2012 · If at the end of Crime and Punishment the hero is condemned, that of Match Point is not punished for his crime. This film does not condemn nihilism, he said rather loudly, that morality is a production of Man and, in fact, it does not. At the end of the story, Chris said he would like to be apprehended and punished.

  8. Match Point (2005) - Plot Summary - IMDb

    A short time afterwards, Chloe and Chris become engaged and they marry. Nola and Tom end up splitting up, though. He starts dating a cousin-in-first-degree of his, a match which is highly approved by the parents of both parties. Chris does well in the office, the company pays for his master studies in Economics and he is promoted.

  9. Match Point (2005) - IMDb

    Jan 20, 2006 · Directed by Woody Allen. With Scarlett Johansson, Jonathan Rhys Meyers, Emily Mortimer, Matthew Goode. At a turning point in his life, a former tennis pro falls for an actress who happens to be dating his friend and soon-to-be brother-in-law.

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  10. Match Point movie review & film summary (2006) | Roger Ebert

    One reason for the fascination of Woody Allen's "Match Point" is that each and every character is rotten. This is a thriller not about good versus evil, but about various species of evil engaged in a struggle for survival of the fittest -- or, as the movie makes clear, the luckiest. "I'd rather be lucky than good," Chris, the tennis pro from Ireland, tells us as the movie opens, and we see a ...

  11. Match Point question (MAJOR SPOILERS) | Home Theater Forum

    Match Point is set in a wholly amoral world in which luck truly is everything. Think about the last scene in Crime and Misdemeanors , when Landau and Allen meet and talk at the wedding. It's a conversation that leaves questions in the air; no such questions dangle at the end of Match Point .

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