An out-of-work architect meets a married woman who has a business proposition for him. The architect begins to suspect the woman's interest in him is not just financial and may actually be deadly. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A Life at Stake
An out-of-work architect meets a married woman who has a business proposition for him. The architect begins to suspect the woman's interest in him is not just financial and may actually be deadly.
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Zach S (nl) wrote: So basically they made a movie about a GM making a couple of trades? What a snooze. Couldn't have cared less about the personal drama they tried to add in there too.
Andrew D (ca) wrote: Good, if a little slow
Gary M (us) wrote: Oh god, from what i watched that i didn't fast forward through it was a pretty dire movie. i haven't seen anything that wodden since a nice army of greek soldiers left a nice trojan horse outside my house.
Jillian L (it) wrote: Here's the thing. The plot is formulaic and predictable. It gets sickeningly sweet and sentimental. But. This is still an adorable movie nonetheless. I think the acting really elevates the slightly better than average script. Vanessa Redgrave and Terrence Stamp are wonderful, their scenes together are great. Gemma Arterton and Christopher Eccleston also are great as the choir director and the couple's son, respectively. Honestly, the movie in general is nothing to write home about, but it's great for a Netflix night in.
Akshay A (de) wrote: Enjoyed this movie mostly because of the sheer screen presence of Jim Career and the fast paced storytelling.
Scott W (ca) wrote: Well acted and an interesting story. Meryl Streep and Philip Seymour Hoffman were brilliant.
Kristofer J (de) wrote: Need to watch them all again to get a grasp on where each one fits.
Robert G (fr) wrote: Nothing that hasn't been done before.
Hannah R (au) wrote: So painstakingly well done; Darger would dig.
Kevin R (mx) wrote: I'm not your partner. I'm your handler...like the zoo.Cody Banks one day while skateboarding runs into a car where an infant climbed behind the wheel and appears to be steering to his death. He saves the kid and is identified by the CIA as a potential special agent to infiltrate a private school, make a girl fall in love with him, and get her to spill the beans on her diabolical father. Cody will be learning on the job but may save the world in the process."Do you, by chance, happen to be in special ed?"Harald Zwart, director of The Karate Kid (2010), Long Flat Balls 1 & 2, The Pink Panther 2, Commander Hamilton, and the upcoming The 12th Man, delivers Agent Cody Banks. The storyline for this picture is terrible and on par with the last couple Spy Kids movies. The special effects are disappointing as is the acting. The cast includes Frankie Muniz, Hilary Duff, Keith David, Angie Harmon, Ian McShane, and Arnold Vosloo."You make a really bad first impression, and terrible second..."I came across this on HBOGO and thought it would be a fun movie to watch with my daughter. She watched about two-thirds of it before she lost interest. It has some components kids would enjoy; but as an overall picture, it's terrible. I recommend skipping this unless there is absolutely nothing else on."This may be our last, best chance."Grade: F
Ashley H (jp) wrote: MARGOT is special......she is the bestest actress ever!
Stephanie R (au) wrote: Classic from my childhood.
Maggie N (jp) wrote: Disney is known for its triumphant takes on myths, fairy tales, and legends. This movie, based on the real life newsboy strike of 1899 is none of the above. While very entertaining, (who doesn't love seeing young Batman angrily tap dance his way across Manhattan) the singing leaves you wanting more. But what it lacks in choral talent it makes up for in a good storyline, attractive leads, fabulous dancing, and lots of homoerotic subtext. If you've got the time, watch it
Alistair K (fr) wrote: Perfectly reasonable kids on the street drama, with some good performances, but it's not exactly groundbreaking.
Robin P (de) wrote: I liked this Drama...it was interesting seeing Cage and Penn so young.....the only thing was that the ending was kinda lame.......they waited too long to really develop the story and then I think they ran out of time and had to end it in a dumb place, it was like there should have been a sequel.
August M (ru) wrote: Bergman is obsessed with issues of faith and absence of God and Winter Light is a brilliant evocation of both those and a number of other issues. Is this film cynical, or simply realistic? Further viewings are needed to truly answer that question.
Arda T (ru) wrote: Siradan bir mafya hikayesi olarak baktigim film, son sahnesinde Jean Paul Belmondo'nun sevgilisini arayip "Bu aksam yapamam" dedikten sonra lmesiyle bir anda gozumde unutulmaz replige sahip efsane bir film haline getirdi. :)))
Lee M (es) wrote: Between a 8/10 and 9/10, this incredibly influential, dauntingly beautiful short made up almost entirely of stills inspired a generation of sci-fi directors -- most notably Terry Gilliam's "12 Monekys".
Jacob K (ca) wrote: While having the originality to call it a prehistoric crocodile and not some genetically modified beast makes the movie less of a movie to come from this decade. But still has the indecency to steal from really what could have just been a jurassic park but it got let loose.