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Here, she seems believable as a character we haven’t seen her play too often: a nice girl.

After her bad girls in movies like OPPOSITE and 200 CIGARETTES, it’s almost refreshing to see her play someone wholesome and not cynical, but also manage to be very believable at it.

For the majority of the movie, she’s silent, conveying most of her emotions through face and body language.

From that point, the two form relationships with two men.

Suzie falls for Cesar (Johnny Depp), a handsome Gypsy horseman, while Lola goes after the show’s arrogant lead Dante Dominio (John Turturro).

Both films were commercially successful, and critics singled out Ricci's performance as being one of the highlights of the first film and its sequel.

During one of her skits, she accidentally punched actress Ana Gasteyer in the face.

Ultimately, you may be asking, who is the man who cries in the film? But the one who does it at the end of the film is the most important.

And when that happens, you know whether or not you’re with the movie, feeling either touched or indifferent. I think people will like it, if they give it a chance.

As for the performers, I think this film has one of Ricci’s best performances to date, while Blanchett continues to be a chameleon onscreen; never does she seem to play the same human being.

The only real misstep seems to be the performance by Johnny Depp, whose character is almost reduced completely to being just a handsome stud for Ricci to fall in love with.

If THE MAN WHO CRIED is just a WWII melodrama, then it’s a fine and more entertaining melodrama than PEARL HARBOR. Potter and her actors convey more meaning in a single moment of silence than HARBOR does in any of its loud, action scenes.

Some might also call the film manipulative, and in some ways, it might be.

Though, I’m not sure that was his fault, and actually the mistake of writer Potter.

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