Includes both theatrical version (97 min.) and uncut version (103 min.) of the film.
Special features: Extended special edition ; behind the scenes ; featurette.
Video recordings for the hearing impaired.
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ElainaL thinks this title is suitable for 14 years and over
btmslt thinks this title is suitable for 18 years and over
SummaryAdd a Summary
Rory Jansen (Bradley Cooper) is a struggling writer. He gets married to Dorah (Zoe Saldana) on their trip to Paris. Dorah buys him this nice leather bag. Later on Rory finds a manuscript. He re-writes the entire story. Then he is given the chance to Publish it. But in the time of the success Rory is soon met by a old man who tells him that it's his story. That it was his fall in love, loss, and ended up alone.
Then the story jumps to a book reading by Clay (Dennis Quaid) who is reading his new book 'The Words'. He meets Daniella (Olivia Wilde) who goes to his apartment. They talk about the ending.
Rory goes to see The Old man and
after a fight the Old man tells him that he has to live with his choices and that he didn't want a pay out or anything. (it is mentioned that the old man dies a few weeks later).
Rory never owns up to his lies.
Daniella is asks about the ending believing that it is not truly the end. Clay tells her to tell him how it should end. She says that Rory and Dorah's marriage falls apart and Clay is left alone in his success.
In the end they hint that Clay is Rory.
NoticesAdd a Notice
Other: Intense and mature subject matter
Other: There is a death seen that makes you're hair stand up.
Sexual Content: Lots between Rory and Dorah but you see nothing.
Violence: Not much but things get thrown around because of anger.
QuotesAdd a Quote
Dimmu16, you're all wet with your choices.