90 Minutes

90 Minutes

Director Eva Sørhaug (Cold Lunch) reveals the rage and violence lurking beneath seemingly tranquil domesticity in her bold and uncompromising sophomore feature.

We get no explanations when we're entering the last desperate minutes of three mens lives, all being violent to the women they love. We understand there's a reason behind the three mens reactions. What lies behind? . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Amy M (jp) wrote: I like Leighton Meester.

Jessica S (gb) wrote: Lots of good tidbits about cooking as a way to live in the moment, one of the most helpful (and, in this day and age, difficult to attain) tenets of Buddhism. This movie is delicious, interesting, and thought-provoking.

Victoria C (mx) wrote: Excellent scenic view of the mountains in Tokushima. The usual Mother-daughter story...

Adam R (ag) wrote: (First and only viewing - In my mid-twenties)

Darcie P (es) wrote: Still a great movie but this one cant beat the classic.

Larry R B (jp) wrote: Not bad. Had some really funny parts. Best part was seeing Patrick in it!!! He is in the background in one scene and right up front with Jason Bateman in another!!!

Jessica Z (es) wrote: Lets just start this out with saying Vertical Limit is that type of movie where you actually want to see all the characters die. Literally the only time I really paid attention was when there were people hanging off the side of a cliff. The story line was just super confusing and half of the time you didn't even understand what was happening. Half of the scenes looked fake too! You can tell when something is actually filmed or just green screened. On the flip side though they did have some really good camera angles throughout the movie, so props to the camera men for adding some good parts. I would have to give this movie a 2 out of 5 rating. The action parts that were shown were not the best but definitely kept your attention. Other than that nothing really jumped out at you that would have you remembering this movie or calling it one of your favorites. If you like bad acting, a confusing story line and fake scenes, then this is most definitely the movie for you! Otherwise, I wouldn't waste your time watching it.

stefn birgir s (gb) wrote: Aaaaa, he got stung by a bee. Now that's comedy.

Claudette A (au) wrote: I only reason why I watched this is because I had downloaded the wrong movie and didn't want to waste it.

Alejandro E (mx) wrote: La Guerra Civil de El Salvador y el asesinato del Cardenal Romero fueron una buena coartada para el debut de Oliver Stone dirigiendo peliculas de denuncia. Un potable James Woods en el papel de un periodista ubicado en el peor lugar y peor momento.

Gordon T (br) wrote: I LOVE THIS MOVIE . . . I first saw it when I was 8 with my grandmother on Home Box Office . . . There is Past Life Regression . . . in this case Ivy is born the moment Audrey Rose dies and the two share the same body. It makes me a little sad discussing it (Audrey Rose's father (played by Anthony Hopkins) tracks down his deceased daughter's soul to Ivy Tempelton who is having nightmares of dying in a car accident JUST [in the same manner] AS AUDREY ROSE HOOPER had died . . . just watch the movie when you get a chance . . . younger viewers (people born in 1985 and stuff won't like it because its "old") But we've had a child die in our family and . . . yes . . .I know the soul goes on. Michael Small's soundtrack has just been released on CD earlier this year.

Adam T (nl) wrote: Angelina's real boobs make a small appearance (pun intended).

Augustine H (de) wrote: Although cheesy at times, it shouldn't bore you too much with Kevin Kline's performance, especially if you are interested in knowing more about Errol Flynn.

MadameMarie C (au) wrote: I can't believe I went years without viewing this. This movie should be required viewing for all women. :)

Brad S (it) wrote: This is pure guilty-pleasure entertainment. Yes it is cheesy and predictable, but it is also fun and entertaining. Jackie Chan and Chris Tucker have great chemistry and it was fun watching it again. Definitely the best film in the trilogy.

Rob S (br) wrote: another good John Wayne flix