A young woman's passion has a remarkable effect on a Russian village in this comedy-drama with fantasy elements. Sybill (Nino Kuchanidze) is a teenager who is sent to a small town in the country to spend the summer with her aunt. Despite her tender age, Sybill is ripe and sexually aware, and while the initial object of her attention is Alexander (Eugenji Sidichin), a widower in his early 40s, she instead pairs up with Mickey (Shalva Iashvili), Alexander's teenage son. Mickey quickly becomes infatuated with Sybill and is more than happy to indulge her fondness for outdoor lovemaking. Between Sybill's carefree, youthful sensuality and the appearance of Emmanuelle at the local movie house, suddenly love and lust are in bloom all over town.
Ben J (au) wrote: Enjoyed that, ta Ben N - creative story ideas, some great cushion hiding moments, decent enough production - gonna watch the sequels :)
Antonio T (mx) wrote: I hate this movie some much
Peter T (it) wrote: Lol, that was just barely a movie.
Jessica R (br) wrote: haahah i love Christmas movies cute kids
Cecy G (ca) wrote: In my view i don't like this fiml! it's not bad but i expected better!
mike l (us) wrote: Incredible, amazing gunfest with non-stop violence, great originality, awesome story, fantastic direction, acting and writing. This is one of the most enjoyable movies I have seen in a long, loooong time. I am not a big clive owen fan but he is great in this. the stunts are eye-popping, clever and very well done. I can't think of a single bad thing to say about this flick or ways it could have been better. This film is right up there with Sin City and Kickass and a 65% rating is truly unjustified. I rate it 100%....with a bullet.
Carys Ann R (ru) wrote: Sick film but really good. Im also writing to the guy in prison at the moment. I got a reply off him last week. How cool is that
Eliabeth D (fr) wrote: My favorite gay male romance!
Kenric A (ru) wrote: Another great movie that I somehow missed back in 1999! There is some bad acting, cheesy writing, and overall awkwardness indicative of a low budget but also a sign of the times in the motion picture "Free Enterprise". Yet in spite of all that, it also has some surprisingly very good and occasionally brilliant writing and acting, especialy from William Shatner himself, with poignant moments such as the billiards scene and the argument between friends about relationships which led them to agree that they both fear "the zone of darkness". I think even if I knew absolutely nothing about Star Trek, or wasn't a big fan of sci-fi in general, I'd still give it a mostly thumbs up. And I'm giving it an extra half star for the hilarious ending.
Kevin C (ru) wrote: I haven't seen it anywhere but here, I gather from the trailer she's way unfaithful, but I'd jump her bones anyhow it's a really sexy movie obviously!
Sue N (ca) wrote: A very sad film about the deep dark depths of depression & where it takes you..... Fantastic soundtrack
Joy E (jp) wrote: sorry for my ignorance but I just didn't understand a thing :( visually impressive, nice photograph...
Melissa N (nl) wrote: It was great watching a young Chazz Palminteri and David Caruso before they hit it big. I felt like I was watching a cross between CSI:Miami and Poolhall Junkies (or A Bronx Tale).
Deb S (ca) wrote: Classic favorite. Sweet feel good movie!
Eric R (us) wrote: Pedro Almodovar is one of those filmmakers who I just haven't been incredibly impressed with out of films of his I have see (Bad Education, The Skin I Live In, Volver, Broken Embraces, All About My Mother, Live Flesh), with The Skin I Live In being the exception. The one thing I will definitely credit him for is his beautiful, vivid production design and that, for better or worse, his films always seem to feature unique stories with abnormal structure. Matador is a film that explores the connection between love, lust and death. It's an interesting film in which every character is completely driven by their passions and desires. I found the sadomasochistic relationship between the matador and maria to be the most interesting aspect of the film. One problem I feel that Almodovar's films have sometimes is that there depiction of the masculine and feminine overextends to the point of many characters becoming Archetypes in the Almodovar mold. No doubt, Almodovar has a keep understanding of these differences in emotions and feeling but I think at times it just becomes too much for me. Matador is definitely an interesting, unique experience, but once again nothing about this film really blew me away.
Jennifer B (mx) wrote: Oscar win best actor Art Carney
Private U (kr) wrote: Gregory Peck=totally awesome. Gets a little mired in complexities of plot points at the end, and suffers a little from the Western trope of Women Love Being Raped, but overall engaging and exciting and Anne Baxter is pretty kick ass.
William W (jp) wrote: I really enjoyed this WWII propaganda piece, a comedy of Brooklyn gangsters having a turf war with the Nazis. It has a can't-miss, who's who of Hollywood showbiz supporting cast, not to mention Bogie in fine form. Heartily recommended.
Michael Z (us) wrote: A low-fantasy stunner with tender direction, a big heart, and terrific performances all around.*4/4*
Lynnda D (nl) wrote: I very much enjoyed the characters in this "great escape" movie. The scenery is lovely and the town of Big Stone Gap is a place I know I would like.