Watch American Gigolo 2022– 123movies, Full TV Series Online – A present-day reimagining of the iconic film. Jon Bernthal will play Julian Kaye, who is introduced 18 years after he’s been arrested for murder and struggling to find his footing in the Los Angeles sex industry, while seeking the truth about the setup that sent him to prison all those years ago and also hoping to reconnect with Michelle (Gretchen Mol), his one true love..
Plot: Julian Kaye has always been an object of desire, so much so that people are willing to destroy him in order to have him. Exonerated, after 15 years in prison for a murder he didn’t commit, he now faces the challenge of picking up the pieces as the detective who put him behind bars tries to unravel the mystery that led to his wrongful incarceration.
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It was promising (S01 finale update)
I think this is a show that’d be enjoyed better watching as a whole. The premise is pretty intriguing, I’d call it original but it’s based off a movie of the same title. Basically you get what you expect from the trailer so it delivers on that end. It also gives off a modern day 80’s aesthetic. I still think it could be better though, it’s slow paced but when the next part of the story is revealed it doesn’t feel worth the wait, almost like it’s following a generic flow. Also not entirely invested in Julian which I think could help. Jon Bernthal often plays the same sort of character in all his roles but he’s so great at it so no complaints there, and he embodies Julian really well. For everything that he’s experienced in his life his character feels shallowly written, it dips it’s toes at the deep stuff but never properly explores them, just glimpses and flashbacks of his memories; it’d be much more captivating drama. The premiere episode started off great, couple episodes in now and it needs to deliver on that. It’s very promising, always feeling like it’s building up to something and I’m hoping it delivers, hopefully not too late because it starts off really dark and promising and it’d be disappointing if halfway across the season it’s still is…only just promising.
Update: Done with the show now and Jon Berthal does most of the heavy lifting, I think Lizzie Brocheré deserves mention too. It’s a pretty decent show and it doesn’t fluctuate so there are no lows but not highs either. The feeling you get at the beginning of the season is what you get through to the end. There are twists end turns, mystery, murder and love stories, but as much as I liked the characters I didn’t feel as invested. It’s a good watch but I can’t think of anything to remember the show by. I loved the ending, not the most mind blowing but it felt believable and it leaves no loose ends or questions. I think it’ll be better as a miniseries because of that, the writers could prove me wrong if it’s renewed, but I can see season 2 feeling like a drag or just forced.
So bad. So very bad.
This show is garbage. I’m a Bernthal fan and I’m shocked he did something this bad. Wait for it… wait for it… another flashback. He’s dressed like it’s the 80s the entire show. His hair is terrible. In fact, everyone’s hair is terrible in this show. Rosie O’Donnell’s hair is definitely the worst and the wigs Gretchen Mol wears are horrific. This is probably one of the worst premium cable TV shows ever made. Not one character is even remotely likable. I’ve never seen the actress who plays adult Isabelle but she is beyond awful. Showtime should just make 100 episode seasons of Yellow Jackets than make crap like this show.
Original Language en
Runtime 55 min
Genre Crime, Drama, Mystery
Writer David Hollander
Actors Jon Bernthal, Gretchen Mol, Lizzie Brocheré
Country United States
Production Company N/A
Sound Mix Stereo
Aspect Ratio 16:9 HD
Camera Sony CineAlta Venice
Film Length N/A
Negative Format N/A
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Printed Film Format N/A