A Film with Me in It
A dissolute scriptwriter and a dejected actor become unwittingly drawn into a labyrinthine mess when several people experience bizarre accidental deaths in their flat. Though the men didn't deliberately cause any of the incidents, they fear that they will be unfairly pegged as murderers if they relay information to the cops, and promptly set about disposing of the corpses in gruesome ways.
- Stars:Dylan Moran, Mark Doherty, Keith Allen, Amy Huberman, Aisling O'Sullivan, David O'Doherty, Igor Chistol, Eileen Colgan, Neilí Conroy, Neil Jordan, Hugh O'Conor, Jonathan Rhys Meyers, Laura Way, Ronan Wilmot,
- Director:Ian Fitzgibbon,
- Writer:Mark Doherty
A broke, jobless actor and a broke, jobless screenwriter set out to make a movie and then find that life starts imitating art. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A Film with Me in It torrent reviews
(ca) wrote: This is a simplistic and inspiring little documentary.
(mx) wrote: Looks amazing! Want to see this sooooooooooooo much!!
(fr) wrote: One man army lol... nice movie
(ag) wrote: She should have taken it up the bum
(ru) wrote: jacking cars an taking it for joy ride....mean
(jp) wrote: I love this movie so much. I watch it every time its on tv. Not sure why RottenTomatoes gives it such a low rating because I find it hilarious every time. Goldie Hawn is such a Cack and Steve Martin has me cringing and watching through my fingers every time I see it.
(gb) wrote: "Danton" captures the turmoil and tension of the French Revolution on both a political and emotional level, and it does so only by focusing on a select couple of years; The Terror. Gerard Depardieu plays Danton, a leftist revolutionary who starts to lean towards moderation when Robespierre's bloody methods (chop first, ask questions later) start to get too excessive for Danton's liking. Naturally, his disagreement with Robespierre's liberal guillotine usage puts his own neck in danger, and it's from here stems the film's dramatic essence. The crowd scenes are a bit overdone, giving the impression of trying too hard, but the tete-a-tetes between Danton and Robespierre are exquisite.
(es) wrote: I loved the book... the movie is ok. Read the book!
(ca) wrote: it wasn't as good as the first one but i liked it also.
(fr) wrote: I've always been a Universal Horror nut, but it was nice to step away from them for a change of pace and I wasn't disappointed... Although the movie was enjoyable the only thing I didn't really like was the lack of focus on the demon... If we could have seen this demon more it probably would have been more interesting for me, but the story was brilliant and so was the picture.
(us) wrote: Especially in our most present environment, in which the fear of "epidemic" is as widespread as our imaginations, a movie like this speaks to us as a sane alternative. Great crime/thriller noir that has reverberations beyond the genre
(ru) wrote: This is amazingly shot by the great John Alton. It's a grim and noir-ish melodrama about illegal immigration. Why aren't B-movies this good anymore? Are there any Anthony Manns anymore?
(ru) wrote: The Aussies have upped their game filmwise the last two years. While this is good and creepy, I couldnt help but think 'why didnt he just bugger off and leave the house or just give the bitch a slap?'...until the ending.
(au) wrote: A true story worth watching.
(gb) wrote: (53%) A reasonably strong mid-budget slasher that's hampered by its slow pace and a somewhat directionless script. Roundtree is wasted and has only about two scenes, and the focus on Campbell goes AWOL for large sections when this really should be his movie. It has lost a lot of shock value it had from way back when, and is now quite tame. Fans of 80's cheapo horror cinema should give this a watch as despite its problems it's still a minor B-movie classic.