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Plot: Dr. Martin Blake, who has spent his life looking for respect, meets an 18-year-old patient named Diane, suffering from a kidney infection, and gets a much-needed boost of self-esteem. However, when her health starts improving, Martin fears losing her, so he begins tampering with her treatment, keeping Diane sick and in the hospital right next to him. Runtime: 91 mins Release Date: 22 Apr 2011
I'm a doctor...and this was a good film (by aks1987)
Being a doctor myself, I never have seen any really good doctor movies. This film in particular was very well made. The acting was top notch especially by Orlando bloom. He played the doctor really convincingly. I understood what must have been going on in his mind and what he must be going through living all alone without any relationships whatsoever which might have been difficult to relate by others who are not doctors by the way hence the low rating here.I really liked how this film portrayed that how difficult it is being a doctor with a lot of responsibilities on them and a number of <more>
ethical issues considering doctor-patient relationships that has to be aware of.Without giving anything away I will highly recommend this movie to doctors especially. For the rest of the people out there try putting yourself in a doctor's shoes...you will enjoy it!8/10
MOVIE ABUT A DOCTOR Martin a best thriller with romance touch (by jerry-saleem)
Dr Martin Blake who has spent his life looking for respect meets an 18year old patient named Diane . suffering from a kidney infection, and gets a much needed boost of self esteem and Blake Orlando bloom shows him kindness . how ever when her health start to improving Martin fears to losing her and he will do anything to keep her in his care,Orlando Bloom Dr Martin Blake stars a first year medical resident struggling with loneliness, racked with self doubt and at odds with the head nurseso he goes to unconscionable extremes in order to remain in the service i must say that Orlando Bloom <more>
did a superb job portraying Martin as fragile loner desperate for more at any cost.well this is a really best ,a really really good thriller with romance touch favourite drama one of me favourite drama+thriller with romance touch& i recommended to anyone who looking for well acted solidly written suspense thriller story 10/10
the essence of the movie - a story within a story (by tinairafa-58-744783)
This review is all about the metaphor of the movie and a psychological depiction of the characters.I was silently rooting for Dr.Black to keep on practicing medicine because he is a hard working, meticulous doctor who don't get the respect he deserves. It is the story of a dorky-bullied high school teenager who could never get the prom queen. It is one of those things, a person can not get over. Even though it is a serious, grown up movie it is all about proving something that was left unsaid. Even the mail nurse is portrayed as the typical bully who beats the nerdy kid and scares him off <more>
in order to give him the homework. It is funny how people can not get over some seemingly fleeting and childish things. I was fascinated with this movie because of this silent analogy that explains everything. If you see the movie through these lens, there is nothing left unsaid nor unfinished.
Exellet movie...allow me to break it down a little... (by kandace_c_campbell)
To everyone that is ignorantly saying that they don't go into detail and explain why he does what he does ie. Kill his patients ...I have to ask...disbyou not pay attention at all??? The doctor is lonely...no friends at work or outside of work because he is new. He became a doctor because he wanted the respect that came with the title he says so himself and he feels he isn't getting that from his fellow doctors or nurses. He takes a liking to his underage female patient. They share a lot of the same views and she gives him the respect, attention, and companionship during her stay <more>
at the hospital that he desperately wants. So, after she gets better and goes home her father invites him over for dinner I felt that thecparents were trying to set him up with their oldervof age daughter . Skip forward a few scenes and the doctor goes back to the girls home and uses their restroom and switches her meds with sugar. She relapses and goes back to the hospital where he continues to pretend totreat her but actually isn't giving her meds. It is OBVIOUS that he is doing this to keep her sick so that she will stay in the hospital and they can spend more time together. You have to remember the girl is underage...he can't just ask her out. So he is keeping her there close at the hospital because he cares for her and she quite clearly cares for him too. But he goes too far and she doesn't get the Med or treatment she needs and she dies. He is clearly upset about it. However after only a day his coworkers begin to notice him and give him attention. Some even saying you aren't a doctor until you have lost a patient. Before this he really wasn't even being acknowledged as a doctor so this new respect he is getting is exactly what he has been wanting. He begins to grow confident. The other person he killed in order to hide the relationship he had with the patient. An orderly hooked on pills comes across the girl's diary after she died while cleaning her room and he decided to use it against the doc to get meds...the doc killed him so his secret wouldn't come out. All of this is completely obvious! I just had to explain after seeing so many bad reviews stating that they didn't explain the movie or the doctors intentions well enough...you can't get more obvious! The acting was spot on...story line awesome...movie was almost flawless...I had to give 9 stars only because the ending. The way it ends is abrupt that I kept rewinding the DVD thinking it skipped. I just would have liked to see a little more depth to the ending. Like someone else...another 15 minutes could have taken it to 11 stars. I definitely recommend it!
Bloom is Superb in this Diabolical Thriller (by larrys3)
Although this movie is not for everyone, as evidenced by the low rating,I found it to be chilling and sinister and really enjoyed it. I thought Orlando Bloom was superb in the lead as a first year resident doctor at a hospital. On the surface he appears to be a shy nice guy who cares a lot for his patients. However, there's a lot of darkness boiling over that no one can see.When a beautiful vulnerable, young patient is admitted to the hospital for a rather routine kidney infection, Bloom becomes obsessed and emotionally attached to her. The patient is played admirably by Riley <more>
Keough.Keough's family invites Bloom over to their house after she's released as a thank you to him for taking such good care of her. While at their home he steals a picture of her and takes it back to his apartment.From that point on, he devises all kinds of devious methods to have her return to the hospital. In time, these methods become more diabolical and dangerous. It all leads to a cascading of events which to me were riveting and spellbinding.A strong supporting cast includes Taraji P. Henson as a tough nurse who often conflicts with Bloom--Rob Morrow as the supervisor of the residents who initially suspects something is going on with Bloom--and Michael Pena as a conniving and amoral orderly.I wasn't expecting much from the film so I was pleasantly surprised that I enjoyed it so much.
This movie was a good one for several reasons. There was excitement and thrill from the very beginning to the very end. The pace and speed was just right. The viewers were left wondering what would happen next. The desire to keep watching was there. The main actor was very handsome. And since it was a romantic movie it made it even better. I really enjoyed the story. The ending of a movie is important also as it will affect the overall rating. There could have been several different endings to it. I was hoping for one type of ending. Although it was not what I had hoped for I still enjoyed <more>
how the movie ended as there were a several twists and turns. There was suspense and thrill right until the last minute. It was good.
Once you read the plot summation or have viewed the trailer you may think they have shown their hand with this but what unfolds is a much larger picture as the viewer is introduced to DR. Martin Blake. He is new at the hospital having just begun his residency there. Lonely, he seems to be an outsider, never having the girl or the attention he wants most. Until he is introduced to a new patient he will be in charge of named Diane. He & the 18 year old Diane seem to quickly forge a bond, a bond that Martin is determined to keep, thus he meddles with her medication & test results, <more>
keeping her there with him at the hospital.Don't let this fool you by any means, this is just the beginning for Martin, his downward spiral has just begun. I must say that Orlando Bloom did a superb job portraying Martin as a fragile loner desperate for more at any cost. Riley Keough, known for her previous role in The Runaways, also did a fine job as Diane. Overall this did a very good job of building suspense & keeping it going through to the end. My only complaint is that I would have liked it to go a bit further with the story, it seemed to wrap up too quickly & an extra fifteen minutes wouldn't have hurt. Still, it exceeded my expectations & recommend to anyone looking for a well acted solidly written suspenseful story. 8/10
Working as a nurse in the medical field I have to say that this was one of the more realistic depictions of what the working environment is like. All the actors in this film did an excellent job portraying their roles with realism. There are, of course, some scenes that were not accurately depicted but overall the production of this movie was well done. Orlando Bloom surprised me, I had no idea he was this talented. I felt he did an excellent job conveying the moral conflicts that those in the medical field may experience. There were a few parts of the movie that I felt could have been <more>
further fleshed out but overall I enjoyed the movie and the performances.
histrionic Orlando Bloom in a thrilling movie (by silviafranco)
An unseen Orlando Bloom captures you in this movie like he has never done before. He is seen in the 80% of the time with intense close-up and histrionic facial expressions. Martin is capable doctor, he is really alone in his life. One day he meets a teen patient, Diane Nixon, and he cares her. When she is released, her parents invite Martin for a dinner at their home. During this visit, Diane is not present because she is trying to get back with her boyfriend. Martin visits her room and steals a picture of her. Diane leaves a message on Martin's answering machine in which she apologizes <more>
for not being present and she asks him to go her place in order to let her parents give him a little present. During this new visit at Nixon's house, Martin changes Diane's medicine. Girl's health condition returns to be severe, and she goes back to the hospital. Martin sabotages Diane's therapy in order to have her nearest as possible. He even gets jealous about her young boyfriend. All doctors cannot explain why Diane's worsens and finally she dies. Martin, who kissed her before she passed, is shocked about that. In spite of young girl's death, he manages to continue his life as if nothing happened, until when a male nurse finds Diane's diary ,which contains many secrets, and starts threatening martin. Will Martin finally tell the truth or will he continue to lie? Thrilling photography, suggestive soundtrack.