"If I could work my will, every idiot that goes about with ‘Merry Christmas’ on his lips would be boiled with his own pudding and buried with a stake of holly in his heart" So spoke the immortal words of Christmas’ most famous miser, Charles Dicken’s Ebenezer Scrooge. Too mean to join in with the festivities; he sits alone on Christmas Eve. The scene is set for a visitation by the ghost of his late business partner, Marley, now bound to earth by eternal chains and his introduction to the Ghosts of Christmas Past, Present and Future. For it is they who will take him through his life to face the truth about himself…
Writer:Charles Dickens (short story), Elaine Morgan
Miser Ebenezer Scrooge hates Christmas, but then gets a visit from his companion Jacob Marley, who has been dead for seven years. He urges Scrooge to change his life. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Mayank A (es) wrote: Terrible Plotting, script, acting and action, for a Jason Statham movie the fight scenes were boring. Also all the cast look so dreadful, be it Jessica Alba or Tommy Lee Jones. This was a movie which should not have been made.
Kaleb S (ag) wrote: This one wasn't great. I expect a lot when I see Darren Aronofsky's name attached to a movie, and this one has given me the least thus far. Next up, Noah!
Matt D (ca) wrote: Bold but confused. And the Warren Beatty-Halle Berry romance was really weird.
Robert S (es) wrote: What an incredible inept promotion for this film. Solaris was shoved into some retrospect about relationships and lost love rather than the extraordinary sci-fi film that it was. The amazing affects of Solaris on the humans was the focal point and was along the same themes of the original novel. The trailers and promotional campaign did not convey accurately what the point of the film was or compel Sci-fi enthusiast to see it.
Mike M (br) wrote: A drawing-room comedy with a raging would-be killer in its midst: Chabrol checks the effect awkward small talk about Parisian traffic and investments has on Duchaussoy's blood, before sending in the marvellously vulgar Yanne as the careless driver with dodgy bowels who only grows more repellent - more killable - with every scene. References to Kafka and "The Iliad", the last-reel arrival of one Inspector Constant to piece together the matter: the inspiration here appears less cinematic than literary, less Jack Carter than Agatha Christie. (Duchaussoy does pose as a writer, after all, and his final apparition is very Tom Ripley.) Either way, it's a supremely poised nailbiter, expertly cranking up its narrative and class tensions, and making clever, atmospheric use of its provincial setting: these characters are cut off, shut off, out there in the wilderness.
Tina E (gb) wrote: Got this movie for mothers day.
Tsukasa A (us) wrote: This is one of the best Adam Sandler's movie I have ever watched. Interaction of contrasting characters played by Adam Sandler and Seth Rogen Is humorous and entertaining. Their performances are enjoyable enough though other comedians and famous people are casted in it.
Jacob G (ag) wrote: Kris Kristofferson? Time-hoppers from the future?? Abducting a plane??? Awesome.
Khaled M (kr) wrote: A beautiful true story about a young Indian man and the unconventional friendship that changed the history of mathematics.