A Cry in the Dark

A Cry in the Dark

Based on the true story of Lindy Chamberlain: During a camping trip to Ayers Rock in outback Australia, she claims she witnessed a dingo taking her baby daughter, Azaria, from the family tent. Azaria's body is never found. After investigations and two public inquests, she is charged with murder. The case attracts a lot of attention, turning it into a media sideshow.

While on vacation in the Australian outback, a couple discover that their baby is missing from the tent where she was sleeping. Police noted some apparent inconsistencies in the mother's story, and she was charged with murder... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Daniel A (de) wrote: Either a sweet tale of success or a fascistic smile: Selling out.

Mason D (ag) wrote: CHILLERAMA is the best anthology film since creepshow. if you disagree your an asshole.

Mike E (br) wrote: An adult, realistic Western--set in bleakly beautiful Bolivia!

Logan M (mx) wrote: A new kind of mafia film, "Eastern Promises" struck me as a Russian version of "The Godfather" with a fittingly grim nature.

Scott M (de) wrote: A fun ride. I enjoyed it. The ferry boat scene was ridiculous and silly, but I can let that slide. Heath Ledger was awesome. Not nearly as complex or deep as people think. But has some great action scenes. Up until this movie I hated most superhero movies, but this one is one of my favorites.

Jason R (it) wrote: Idiocracy is not supposed to be a documentary. And yet, in the years since it has come out, that appears to be what it has become. To watch this movie is not to simply watch its events, for to do so would be to miss its point entirely. Rampant consumerism, the dumbing down of America(be it via technology or the ability to learn), and much more are under attack. The performances by the actors dig deep into the overall message of the film, and cannot be overlooked. Without their dedication to the roles, the message would be lost. Instead, you have a masterpiece that, in the years since, has become a shining example of life imitating art. The rule of dumb is the reality in the film, just as it continues to seep its way into the halls of real government. We are to learn lessons from this film, and to stop the craziness before stupid is all we are left with.

Yingting W (it) wrote: A cute story, and it depicts the lifestyle of asian kids.

wedstarfish 8 (ca) wrote: Most people would say that putting Jason Voorhees in space would be the worst thing that the filmmakers of the Friday The 13th franchise can possibly do in the history of the franchise, and that's both right and wrong. One of the reasons it's right is because the turnout of this film is an absolutely absurd mess that is incredibly stupid, terribly directed, and awfully acted. One of the reasons it's wrong is because the film turns out to be really entertaining because of how bad the film really is. Trust me, it's not a good Friday The 13th film, it's not even throughly remembering because of how bad it's put together. But it's definitely a really fun film. Basically what you get is Jason Voorhees murdering teenagers in outer space. It's so bad, but it's pretty hilarious.

Avril M (gb) wrote: An accurate if somewhat disturbing movie on domestic violence - but at least with a happy ending!

Vanopellisbcglobalnet V (jp) wrote: The life of Buddha, based on Herman Hess's novel.

Ashley H (de) wrote: From the Terrace is an excellent film. It is about an ambitious young executive who chooses a loveless marriage and an unfulfilling personal life in exchange for a successful Wall Street career. Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward give incredible performances. The screenplay is well written. Mark Robson did a great job directing this movie. I enjoyed watching this motion picture because of the drama. From the Terrace is a must see.

Bryan D (nl) wrote: Very cool action movie, horrible Die Hard film. very one-sided, no character building, no one knows what's happening the whole time. But, action scenes are awesome and John McLean still kicks some ass.

Rosemary B (ag) wrote: It was a good movie, but Cindy seemed to have a horrible attitude towards Dean for no reason.

Rob P (ag) wrote: I expected more laughs with Simon Pegg as the lead. This was a very generic hit man movie.

Kevin B (kr) wrote: Despite lukewarm recommendations from two friends and Netflix, I thought this was a lot of fun. It's weird seeing a white man play an Asian in 1985, but Joel Gray and his character of the Korean martial arts expert (who hates anyone and anything that isn't Korean, except for American soap operas) was respectful and funny. His relationship with Remo was great, though I'm a sucker for training sequences. Too bad this was never followed up with a series of films.