A Good Woman

A Good Woman

While retaining her secret identity, the illustrious Mrs. Erlynne (Hunt) saves Lady Windemere (Johansson) from making a grand social faux-pas with the scoundrelly Lord Darlington (Moore).

While retaining her secret identity, the illustrious Mrs. Erlynne (Hunt) saves Lady Windemere (Johansson) from making a grand social faux-pas with the scoundrelly Lord Darlington (Moore). . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Collette R (au) wrote: True stories really interest me. I really liked this one!

Brendan J (fr) wrote: God I want to own this.

Brandon W (br) wrote: When Paul W.S Anderson couldn't direct the sequel due to directing Alien vs. Predator, although he's still the screenwriter and producer of it, a newcomer name Alexander Witt is the choice for Resident Evil Apocalypse which is his film debut, and for my surprise, it's actually better than the first movie, although not that much. The action scenes are exciting to watch, although it would've been more exciting if I actually care about the characters at all. The acting is decent which is better than the first one, although Oded Fehr acted wooden. I was surprised that Mike Epps was in this, and when the first movie had humor that was not that funny, this guy was actually funny and was the funniest part of the movie. The effects are better to look at and I also like the design of Nemesis that's not CGI at all but more practical, making it look like it's actually there. The plot is sadly weaker than the first film and it felt more like an excuse to keep the series going. There's jumpscares in this also which still didn't get me scared, and the villain is so forgettable that when I was done with the film, I didn't remember a single thing about this character. So while it's not nearly as cheesy as Resident Evil and is actually decent for an action film, it's still a dumb movie that I honestly forgot that I was even watching a Resident Evil adaptation, but it's a lot of fun to watch.

Jacob F (de) wrote: Coming from someone who enjoyed both Robocop one and two, I can certainly say that three is by the worst in the series. Robocop 3 feels lazy and amateurish. Everything from the absence of Peter Weller, to the retreading of plot points covered in the first two movies already. The film has horrible one liners, average action sequences that lack the bloody, gritty punch of the original, and humor that has no satirical bite. The film also introduces a little kid who's incredibly good at hacking for some reason, and has Robocop form an emotional bond to him with no context as to why. My guess is to make the film seem more family friendly, which was an incredibly stupid choice. The film does still have some good looking practical effects. Robocops armor still looks great, and the ED 209's still look pretty good. The film is also mostly fun to watch because of how hilariously bad most of it is. The first Robocop had dark humor, good performances, and bloody, well made action sequences. Robocop two was lacked a lot of the humor, but still had good action sequences, and Weller reprising his role. Robocop three has none of that. The actor standing in for Weller does a horrible job delivering his lines and has no charisma. The action scenes are bland and lazy, and the humor and more family friendly aspect they were going for hurts the film horribly. Watch the first two and forget this one exists.

Josas G (de) wrote: Me encantan los ninjas y encuentro esta pelcula ofensiva

Bryan F (it) wrote: Chinatown is a tough act to follow. But as a sequel, this is still good, though not a classic. If you loved the first film, you'll at least like this one.

Andy R (de) wrote: one of the best James bond movie's of all times and we more of onatopp killing people during sex

Carolina B (it) wrote: Great mesage. great actors.