A Good Day to Be Black & Sexy
A between-the-sheets peek at Black Love and Sexuality
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Kurtis A (ag) wrote: nepaprastai juokingas zvilgsnis i modernia seima :)
Ker Malkin G (jp) wrote: Propaganda; that's what this is.
Jonathan D (au) wrote: This one was okay. It starts off very interesting, but then doesn't leave you very satisfied with how it ends. It's a nice change of pace over your typical action movie.
Geoff J (ca) wrote: When there's no more room in Meh, the dead shall walk the earth...
Walter M (es) wrote: In "Love Ranch," Charlie(Joe Pesci) and Grace(Helen Mirren) are a married couple who a run a brothel together near Reno, Nevada. As besieged as they are by religious elements that seek to shut them down, Charlie disversifies their interests by buying the gambling debts of Armando Bruza(Sergio Peris-Mencheta), a once promising boxer. His idea is for Armando to fight his way back into contention and to challenge Muhammad Ali for the heavyweight crown. The only problem is that Charlie is a convicted felon and hence cannot manage him. So, he puts Grace in charge. As it turns out, she might not have that much time left which she learns from her doctor(Harve Presnell). Unexpectedly the unorthodox pairing of Joe Pesci and Helen Mirren does not create a massive implosion and actually works quite well. He is not that bad of an actor and, despite being acting royalty, she is unpretentious enough to have fun in the role. Sadly, that's about the only thing that truly works in this mess of a movie which may have once sounded like a great idea but could not find the right tone in front of the camera. Maybe it is about seeking respectability in the new west but it is not really about either Charlie or Armando who drive most of the action. Nor do any of the working women stand out in any way. Grace takes center stage but mostly through default as she is a passive, thinly drawn character who only achieves any depth through the massive force of will of Helen Mirren.
Gregory K (de) wrote: Sweet. Very heartwarming.
Kate H (au) wrote: RELATIONSHIPS V TECHNOLOGY. AS ALWAYS WITH THIS STYLE OF FILM - VERY REAL ISSUES AND SITUATIONS. HOW DID WE SURVIVE ON DIAL UP??
Kieran T (fr) wrote: see the other entry on flixster for my review
Andrew S (us) wrote: Diane Lane is a wayward wife and Richard Gere is her suspicious husband in Adrian Lyne's Unfaithful. Connie (Lane) leaves her suburban home on an errand, venturing into Manhattan during a wicked windstorm. On a trash-strewn Soho street, she literally runs into Paul Martel (Olivier Martinez), a handsome young Frenchman carrying a huge stack of books. Connie has a bad scrape on her knee, and is unable to get a cab, so Paul invites her up to his apartment. Paul is quietly flirtatious as he gives Connie some ice and a bandage for her knee. Connie phones home and explains to her son, Charlie (Erik Per Sullivan), that she's running late. Before she leaves, Paul gives her a book of Persian poetry, The Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam. She mentions the encounter in passing to Edward (Gere), her husband, but it's clear that she's obsessing about Paul, and soon she's back in the city, with a pretext for calling him up. Soon, they are lovers, and they grow bolder and bolder in their passion. Edward begins to suspect, and eventually gets a private investigator (Dominic Chianese of The Sopranos) to follow Connie. His worst fears confirmed, Edward decides to confront Paul, a decision that will come to haunt him.
Jennifer R (es) wrote: I used to love this movie
H C (jp) wrote: The year is 1990. Dennis Hopper is a young, clean-cut astronaut. Basil Rathbone is a very serious scientist. Women are considered equal as astronauts, but only if they have enormous helmet hair. And a terrifying but ultra-sexy vampiress from outer space is laying eggs all over the place (!). So, there you have it. For fans of old sci-fi and horror only...
Kasun S (de) wrote: Luis Buuel's Viridiana is based on a novel titled "Halma" by Benito Prez Golds. It's worth to mention that, Unlike his later movies, Viridiana is less surrealistic and complex. Yet it has managed to win the Palme d'Or at the 1961 Cannes proving how artistic and powerful this movie is. Well, as I said it is less surrealistic, but the point is Luis Buuel doesn't even give you at least a single chance to predict what is going to happen next or the entire story.May be you will find the ending ambiguous in this one too because of the symbolic elements he has used to present the story. But I know that Buuel's fans won't see a problem there.When the movie starts it seems like okay, there is nothing unconventional ,just presenting a story about a nave young woman who goes to visit her uncle. When she gets there , This movie converts its pace and making the story a thrilling one. The movie does that changing pace continuously while the story goes straight. That describes how masterful Buuel is at story telling.I think, Under the story we see,there should be another meaning Buuel tries to tell. It demonstrates that humans can be really evil and how it conducts the good to be changed. I saw that people have emphasized this as an indictment of religion. From the way I see this ,This is an indictment of human nature, I suppose.For a Luis Buuel's movie, it is needless to mention how the direction is. You will find some breath breaking cinema shots with his awesome cameraworks. Sounds pretty much holds the pace where it needs to be. And we can witness some beautiful songs which are even performed and sung by the cast. This is a must watch movie for Arthouse fans and this will be an utterly grateful movie experience.
Luke M (es) wrote: Decent tale of an underdog.
Johnny W (jp) wrote: An enjoyable rom com that ladies and gentlemen will adore from start to finish!!! The cast and the direction from Tim Story is excellent!!!